Mediated Girlhoods: New Explorations of Girls' Media Culture (Mediated Youth 10 1st New edition)

Mediated Girlhoods: New Explorations of Girls' Media Culture (Mediated Youth 10 1st New edition)

By: Mary Celeste Kearney (editor)Paperback

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Mediated Girlhoods: New Explorations of Girls' Media Culture is the first anthology devoted specifically to scholarship on girls' media culture. Taking a cultural studies approach, it includes analyses of girls' media representations, media consumption, and media production. The book responds to criticisms of previous research in the field by including studies of girls who are not white, middle-class, heterosexual, or Western, while also including historical research. Approaching girlhood, media, and methodology broadly, Mediated Girlhoods contains studies of previously unexplored topics, such as feminist themes in teen magazines, girlmade memory books, country girlhoods, girls' self-branding on YouTube, and the surveillance of girls via new media technologies. The volume serves as a companion to Mediated Boyhoods: Boys, Teens, and Young Men in Popular Media and Culture, edited by Annette Wannamaker.

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About Author

Mary Celeste Kearney is Associate Professor of Radio-Television-Film at the University of Texas at Austin. She is author of Girls Make Media (2006), and editor of The Gender and Media Reader (forthcoming 2011), and founding director of Cinemakids.

Contents

Contents: Mary Celeste Kearney: Introduction: Girls' Media Studies 2.0 - Yuka Kanno: Love and Friendship: The Queer Imagination of Japan's Early Girls' Culture - Sarah Nilsen: All-American Girl? Annette Funicello and Suburban Ethnicity - Kirsten Pike: "The New Activists": Girls and Discourses of Citizenship, Liberation, and Femininity in Seventeen, 1968-1977 - Kristen Hatch: Little Butches: Tomboys in Hollywood Film - Angharad N. Valdivia: This Tween Bridge over My Latina Girl Back: The U.S. Mainstream Negotiates Ethnicity - Rebecca C. Hains/Shayla Thiel-Stern/Sharon R. Mazzarella: "We Didn't Have Any Hannah Montanas": Girlhood, Popular Culture, and Mass Media in the 1940s and 1950s - Catherine Driscoll: Becoming a Country Girl: Gough, Kate, the CWA, and Me - Shiri Reznik/Dafna Lemish: Falling in Love with High School Musical: Girls' Talk about Romantic Perceptions - Sarah Baker: Playing Online: Pre-Teen Girls' Negotiations of Pop and Porn in Cyberspace - Sandra Grady: Role Models and Drama Queens: African Films and the Formation of Good Women - Jennifer Woodruff: "She was like...": Re-framing Hip-Hop Identity Politics through Dance and Gesture - Jane Greer: Remixing Educational History: Girls and Their Memory Albums, 1913-1929 - Sun Sun Lim/Jemima Ooi: Girls Talk Tech: Exploring Singaporean Girls' Perceptions and Uses of Information and Communication Technologies - Leslie Regan Shade: Surveilling the Girl via the Third and Networked Screen - Sarah Banet-Weiser: Branding the Post-Feminist Self: Girls' Video Production and YouTube.

Product Details

  • publication date: 31/01/2011
  • ISBN13: 9781433105616
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 310
  • ID: 9781433105616
  • weight: 450
  • ISBN10: 1433105616
  • edition: 1st New edition

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