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of a rewarding and fulfilling life. While it is unclear whether or not Nelly is aware of the exploitation of women in his video, it is quite apparent that both he and Universal Records are aware of the financial rewards involved in the placement of such sexualized images in the video (Marchand, 2004). Their choice in this regard suggests that we live in a society that values money and status more than consideration for other individuals.

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Marchand, Juliann. “Nelly’s High School Confessions.” Teen People Oct. 2004: 8-70

Passman, Donald. All You Need to Know About the Music Business.  Simon & Schuster New York, NY 2000.

Tate, Greg. Everything But The Burden. Broadway Books Random House Inc. New York, NY 2003.

Tatum, Beverly. “Spelman students combat hip-hop’s negative portrayals of Black women”. Cox, Matthews & Associates, Inc. (March 24, 2005). 8 Apr. 2005 <http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=816927831&sid=1&Fmt=4&clientid=17822&RQT=309&Vname=PQD>

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