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The purpose of this research is to examine how hip hop music provides a place for what Rios (2011) calls "deviant politics" where young men put on a tough front associated with hyper-masculinity in response to the way society excludes them on the base of their race/ethnicity and low-income status. The concept of deviant politics will be used to examine how the role of hip hop music in Juárez shapes resistance to hyper-criminalization in order to recover from structural violence. The studydoi:10.6035/kult-ur.2016.3.5.14 fatcat:bgxzimyjq5fh7mh4rhokyocssy