Analysis of Popularity of Hip-Hop Culture Among Chinese Young People

Zhihua ZHANG

Abstract


Nowadays, hip-hop culture is becoming more and more popular among Chinese young people. This paper analyzes its popularity from four aspects: the background of epoch and the cyber space in life; the localization of hip-hop culture; meeting the demand of young people; cultural industry. Based on these, it offers some suggestions for the Chinese youth’s pursuit of hip-hop culture, thus directing them to treat the influence of hip-hop culture rationally.


Keywords


Hip-hop culture; Popularity; Chinese young people

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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