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JUST DANCE.

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): New Yorker. 8/15/2022, Vol. 98 Issue 24, p70-72. 3p. 1 Cartoon or Caricature.

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Abstract: The article focuses on Beyoncé's exuberant night-club record and her solo career, rewritten the rules of album releases, of stage performance, of music videos, of Black representation, of cultural legacy, and of self-expression. It mentions she and Jay...

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The Death and Resurrection of Oshun in Beyoncé's Lemonade: Subverting the Institutionalized Borders of Western Christian Thought in American Popular Culture.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Journal of Popular Culture. Aug2021, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p750-770. 21p.

Abstract: The article explores Western Christian thought within American popular culture through the lens of the musical album "Lemonade," by Beyoncé. The author discusses the death and resurrection of the Yoruba goddess Oshun within the album and the history of...

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The Great Resentment: Why Beyoncé Holds the Key to Office Culture.

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): Bloomberg.com. 10/14/2022, pN.PAG-N.PAG. 1p.

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Abstract: (Bloomberg) -- Does culture eat strategy for breakfast? Citing Gallup's latest workplace data, the World Economic Forum noted that "workplace well-being and satisfaction have plateaued after almost a decade of improvements." The Great Resentment: Why B...

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THE LEMONADE EFFECT. (cover story)

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): Fast Company. Jul/Aug2016, Issue 207, p64-104. 8p. 2 Color Photographs.

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Abstract: The article focuses on the professional life of singer Beyoncé Knowles. Topics discussed include her latest album "Lemonade," "Dangerously in Love" and "B'Day," Parkwood Entertainment where employees guide an enterprise that has an enormous impact from...

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I Don't Give a Damn About Your Bad Reputation: Taylor Swift, Beyoncé Knowles, and Performance.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Contemporary Music Review. Feb2021, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p27-40. 14p.

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Abstract: This article compares and examines Reputation and Homecoming, two long-form videos of 2018 performances by Taylor Swift and Beyoncé Knowles, respectively. The videos have much in common, as both were released via Netflix in 2019, and both document impo...

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Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): African American Review. Winter2020, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p348-350. 4p.

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"I Love to Love You Baby": Beyoncé, Disco Aesthetics, and Black Feminist Politics.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Theory & Event. Jul2020, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p512-534. 23p.

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Abstract: This article reads the sonic and visual references of early solo career Beyoncé against the grain of a progress narrative of black feminist aesthetic and political development. Merging the work of contemporary scholars of black feminist visual culture ...

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Beyoncé.

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): TIME Magazine. 12/19/2016 Double Issue, Vol. 188 Issue 25-26, p124-128. 4p. 2 Color Photographs.

Abstract: The article discusses how singer, songwriter and actress Beyoncé became a political force in American society. Topics discussed include the popularity of her album "Lemonade," the release of her album "Formation" on the eve of the Super Bowl championsh...

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"I ain't sorry": African American English as a strategic resource in Beyoncé's performative persona.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Language & Communication. May2020, Vol. 72, p68-78. 11p.

Abstract: In this paper, we examine the role language plays in the development of the performative persona of musical artist Beyoncé, as she moves from female pop star to Black Feminist icon. Examining Beyoncé's five solo albums, we present a variationist analys...

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Lemons or Lemonade? Beyoncé, Killjoy Style, and Neoliberalism.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Women's Studies in Communication. Feb2020, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p45-66. 22p.

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Abstract: This article focuses on the controversy surrounding bell hooks and Lemonade to contend with the neoliberal constraints of digital, feminist, public intellectual argumentation. I argue that hooks's critique reveals her killjoy rhetorical style. Drawn fr...

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