Mediated girlhoods : new explorations of girls' media culture /
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Mediated girlhoods : new explorations of girls' media culture /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Kearney, Mary Celeste, 1962-
Format: Book
Published: New York : Peter Lang, c2011.
Series:Mediated youth ; v. 10.

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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : girls' media studies 2.0 / Mary Celeste Kearney
  • Representation and identity. Love and friendship : the queer imagination of Japan's early girls' culture / Yuka Kanno
  • All-American girl? Annette Funicello and suburban ethnicity / Sarah Nilsen
  • "The new activists" : girls and discourses of citizenship, liberation, and femininity in Seventeen, 1968/1977 / Kirsten Pike
  • Little butches : tomboys in Hollywood film / Kristen Hatch
  • This tween bridge over my Latina girl back: the U.S. mainstream negotiates ethnicity / Angharad N. Valdivia
  • Reception and use. "We didn't have any Hannah Montanas" : girlhood, popular culture, and mass media in the 1940s and 1950s / Rebecca C. Hains, Shayla Thiel-Stern, and Sharon R. Mazzarella
  • Becoming a country girl : Gough, Kate, the CWA, and me / Catherine Driscoll
  • Falling in love with High school musical : girls' talk about romantic perceptions / Shiri Reznik and Dafna Lemish
  • Playing online : pre-teen girls' negotiations of pop and porn in cyberspace / Sarah Baker
  • Role models and drama queens : African films and the formation of good women / Sandra Grady
  • "She was like
  • ": re-framing hip-hop identity politics through dance and gesture / Jennifer Woodruff
  • Production and technology. Remixing educational history : girls and their memory albums, 1913-1929 / Jane Greer
  • Girls talk tech : exploring Singaporean girls' perceptions and uses of information and communication technologies / Sun Sun Lim and Jemima Ooi
  • Surveilling the girl via the third and networked screen / Leslie Regan Shade
  • Branding the post-feminist self : girls' video production and YouTube / Sarah Banet-Weiser.