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Mediated Girlhoods

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Mediated Girlhoods , Volume 2 is an anthology devoted to scholarship on girls' media culture. Taking a cultural studies approach, it includes studies of girls' media representations, girls' media consumption, and girls' media production.


Mediated Girlhoods, Volume 2 is an anthology devoted to scholarship on girls' media culture. Taking a cultural studies approach, it includes studies of girls' media representations, girls' media consumption, and girls' media production. In an attempt to push research on girls' media culture in new directions, it responds to criticisms of previous research in this field by including studies of girls who are not white, middle-class, heterosexual, cisgender, or Western. Approaching girlhood, media, and methodology broadly, Mediated Girlhoods includes studies of such previously unexplored topics as girls' mimetic communication via Tumblr, the girlyboy in independent Filipino cinema, Qatari girls' film production, trans girlhood in advertising, Canadian girls' feminist activism, and the new girl subject imagined in Disney's Cinderella (2015).

Mediated Girlhoods, Volume 2 is appropriate for undergraduate- and graduate-level courses, particularly graduate seminars exploring girlhood, media, and culture; youth media; youth cultures; and gender and media; and undergraduate courses housed within the following departments: media studies, communication studies, cultural studies, women's and gender studies, sociology, literature, history, education, and psychology.



Autorentext

Morgan Genevieve Blue earned her Ph.D. in radio-television-film at the University of Texas at Austin. Her scholarship analyzes representations of girlhood in popular U.S. media. She is author of Girlhood on Disney Channel: Branding, Celebrity, and Femininity (2017), and her work is published in Feminist Media Studies, Film, Fashion and Consumption, Red Feather Journal, and Journal of Children & Media. She also contributed to Voicing Girlhood in Popular Music (2016), edited by Allison Adrian and Jacqueline Warwick.

Mary Celeste Kearney is Director of Gender Studies and Associate Professor of Film, Television, and Theatre at the University of Notre Dame. Her research focuses primarily on gender, youth, and media culture. She is author of Girls Make Media (2006) and Gender and Rock (2017), as well as editor of The Gender and Media Reader (2011) and the first volume of Mediated Girlhoods: New Explorations of Girls' Media Culture (Peter Lang, 2011). She is currently co-editing The Craft of Criticism: Critical Media Studies in Practice with Michael Kackman, and completing research for her next monograph, From Nancy Drew to Gidget: The First Wave of Teen-Girl Media.



Klappentext

Mediated Girlhoods, Volume 2 is an anthology devoted to scholarship on girls' media culture. Taking a cultural studies approach, it includes studies of girls' media representations, girls' media consumption, and girls' media production. In an attempt to push research on girls' media culture in new directions, it responds to criticisms of previous research in this field by including studies of girls who are not white, middle-class, heterosexual, cisgender, or Western. Approaching girlhood, media, and methodology broadly, Mediated Girlhoods includes studies of such previously unexplored topics as girls' mimetic communication via Tumblr, the girlyboy in independent Filipino cinema, Qatari girls' film production, trans girlhood in advertising, Canadian girls' feminist activism, and the new girl subject imagined in Disney's Cinderella (2015). Mediated Girlhoods, Volume 2 is appropriate for undergraduate- and graduate-level courses, particularly graduate seminars exploring girlhood, media, and culture; youth media; youth cultures; and gender and media; and undergraduate courses housed within the following departments: media studies, communication studies, cultural studies, women's and gender studies, sociology, literature, history, education, and psychology.



Inhalt

List of Illustrations - Acknowledgments - Morgan Genevieve Blue/Mary Celeste Kearney: Introduction - Curran Nault: Girlyboys on Film: Queering the Frame(s) - Rachel Reinke: "Just Having Fun Being One of the Girls": Jazz Jennings, Trans Girl Citizenship, and Clean & Clear's "See the Real Me" Campaign - Cara Dickason: Girls Worth Looking At: Surveillance, Race, and Class in Contemporary Teen Girl TV - Katie Kapurch/Jon Marc Smith: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, and Something Blue: The Make-Do Girl of Cinderella (2015) - Kristine Moruzi/Natalie Coulter: "Suitable for Us Girls": Subjectivity and Community in the Victorian Periodical Press - Margaret Rossman: Exhibiting Emotion: The Female Fan Performance of Affective Agency in the Tween "Midnight" Premiere Screening - Helena Louise Dare-Edwards: Fangirling and Mimetic Language: The Power of Feels, Reclaiming Emotion, and Fangirl Performativity on Tumblr - Morgan Genevieve Blue: Girlfriends Go Green: Disney Channel, Corporate Responsibility, and Girls' Citizenship - Jessalynn Keller: Crop Tops and Solidarity Selfies: The Disruptive Politics of Girls' Hashtag Feminism - Sarah Dougher/Diane Pecknold: Gender Identity, Cultural Authority, and Musicianship Among Tween Girls - Kirsten Pike: Mediating the Majlis: Arab Girls' Documentaries About "Women's Gatherings" in Qatar - Mary Celeste Kearney/Twenty Female Film Students: Melting the Celluloid Ceiling: Training Girl Filmmakers, Revolutionizing Media Culture - Contributors - Index.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Mediated Girlhoods
Untertitel: New Explorations of Girls' Media Culture, Volume 2
Editor:
EAN: 9781433132131
ISBN: 978-1-4331-3213-1
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Peter Lang Ltd. International Academic Publishers
Genre: Politikwissenschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 246
Gewicht: 370g
Größe: H13mm x B225mm x T150mm
Jahr: 2018
Auflage: Neuausg.