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Ensuring Failure?

The Impact of Class on Girls in Swedish Secure Care

Maria A. Vogel

builds on discourses construing at-risk working-class girls as bad girls. The girls were constantly monitored, and their behavioral development was assessed to ascertain whether they were improving. This surveillance made their own choices to participate

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Black Girls Swim

Race, Gender, and Embodied Aquatic Histories

Samantha White

cleanliness” (64). Under the guise of health, Black girls were encouraged to view the body as a site that required surveillance and transformation that could be achieved through an engagement with consumer culture. In the gymnasium, Black girls navigated

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Jennifer A. Thompson, Sarah L. Fraser, Rocio Macabena Perez, Charlotte Paquette, and Katherine L. Frohlich

surveillance. In some countries, people couldn't go outside. If you didn't have a pass you would be arrested. People were monitored. I think there needs to be a balance between safety and public life. We live in a democratic country … Compared to other

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Briony Hannell

. “ Young Muslims of Australia: Anatomy of a Multicultural Success Story .” La Trobe Journal 89 : 151 – 163 . Shresthova , Sangita . 2016 . “ Between Storytelling and Surveillance: The Precarious Public of American Muslim Youth .” In By Any Media

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Black Girls Saying and Creating Space through Fantasy Worlds

S.R. Toliver

Light under the Sun: Black Luminosity and the Visual Culture of Surveillance .” Cultural Studies 26 ( 4 ): 542 – 564 . Butler , Tamara T. 2018 . “ Black Girl Cartography: Black Girlhood and Place

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Girlhood and Ethics

The Role of Bodily Integrity

Mar Cabezas and Gottfried Schweiger

. , and R. S. Bigler . 2016 . “ Internalized Sexualization and its Relation to Sexualized Appearance, Body Surveillance, and Body Shame Among Early Adolescent Girls .” The Journal of Early Adolescence 36 , no. 2 : 171 – 197 . doi: 10

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Left Behind by COVID-19

Experiences of “Left-Behind” Girls in Rural China

Jue Wang

their guardians expected and were, in fact, sites of family surveillance and attendant punishment. Bullying by Siblings Beyond corporal punishment administered by adults, my interviews with these girls also revealed issues related to aggression

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Terms of Silence

Weaknesses in Corporate and Law Enforcement Responses to Cyberviolence against Girls

Suzanne Dunn, Julie S. Lalonde, and Jane Bailey

, Surveillance, or Entertainment .” In Bailey and Steeves 2015 : 175 – 197 . Sargent , Michelle A . 2013 . “ Misplaced Misrepresentations: Why Misrepresentation-of-Age Statutes Must Be Reinterpreted as They Apply to Children’s Online Contracts .” Michigan

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Miley, What’s Good?

Nicki Minaj’s Anaconda, Instagram Reproductions, and Viral Memetic Violence

Aria S. Halliday

” (284), and, in particular, how Black female bodies are displayed. Constant surveillance and search for Black girls’ and women’s abnormalities and abjectness become the basis for many of the social media conversations on Instagram and Twitter. This means

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“Some Things Just Won't Go Back”

Teen Girls’ Online Dating Relationships during COVID-19

Alanna Goldstein and Sarah Flicker

what it means for young people, and especially teen girls, who are already subject to patriarchal social and sexual pressures, to experience their first relationships under heightened surveillance amid the restrictions of a lockdown necessitated by a