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Articulation du féminin dans la chanson contemporaine d'expression créole à l'île Maurice

Abstract : The Mauritian creole song has evolved to encompass numerous trends and influences. In the mid-twentieth century due to globalisation and technology, the music branched out into various musical currents. Changes also occured at the level of ideology where young feminine black artists started using popular music to negociate social existence as well as a medium to attempt to express ideas of independance and self-reliance.
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Bruno Cunniah. Articulation du féminin dans la chanson contemporaine d'expression créole à l'île Maurice. Kabaro, revue internationale des Sciences de l'Homme et des Sociétés, L'Harmattan ; Université de La Réunion, 2013, Regard pluriel sur l’Indiaocéanie, VII (10-11), pp.109-124. ⟨hal-03484835⟩

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