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The Doll “InbeTween”

Online Doll Videos and the Intertextuality of Tween Girl Culture

Jessica E. Johnston

girlhood and thus the spectrum of identities and activities in which all females can invest, for by engaging with the technologies and practices of media production, they are actively subverting the traditional sex/gender system that has kept female

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Reading Production and Culture

UK Teen Girl Comics from 1955 to 1960

Joan Ormrod

. Celebrity star culture was developing rapidly in the late 1950s along with the growth of access to media technologies like television, radio, popular music, and film. The early British pop industry used religious discourses to ensure that the emerging stars

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Spatial Relations and the Struggle for Space

Friedrich Ratzel’s Impact on German Education from the Wilhelmine Empire to the Third Reich

Troy Paddock

change and the people adapt to these changes by developing new agricultural techniques or technology, for example, which creates a greater yield from the land in order to support a growing population. When applied in this manner, to sustain a people in

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From Selfies to Sexting

Tween Girls, Intimacy, and Subjectivities

Antonio García-Gómez

: PROject PERsuasion (EMO-FUNDETT: PROPER). References Attwood , Feona , Jamie Hakim , and Alison Winch . 2017 . “ Mediated Intimacies: Bodies, Technologies and Relationships .” Journal of Gender Studies 26 : 1 – 5 . 10

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Freak Temporality

Female Adolescence in the Novels of Carson McCullers

Alison Sperling

was understood in relation to developing technologies of production and labor. The standardization of modern life and mechanized labor “reinforce[ed] … [the] unmarked, normative … body as the dominant subject of democracy” ( Garland-Thompson 1996: 12

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Kaoru Miyazawa

) have invented technologies to govern individuals from a distance without exerting direct control, including, as Rose and Miller (1992) point out, the construction of loose assemblages of persons, techniques, images, commodities, ideas, and projects

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Jerrold Levinson

that normal film experience involves seeing images that move: What Edison invented, and what runs through all of the changes [in film technology] just enumerated, is a picture that moves . (2017: 8) No set of cultural beliefs can change the fact that

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Carl Plantinga

issue of media specificity that Stadler reserves her criticisms of Screen Stories . She claims that the book elides distinctions between media and “does not examine medium-specific techniques and technologies.” Stadler describes this as a “lack of

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Personal, Powerful, Political

Activist Networks by, for, and with Girls and Young Women

Catherine Vanner and Anuradha Dugal

stated commitments to leveraging young people's voices, as Jessica Taft (2015) observes. Given their use of digital technology, young people are often more tech- or social media-savvy than their adult counterparts, providing the opportunity to engage in

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Murray Smith

dissemination of new motion picture technologies, it is surely important to consider their impact on the psychology of viewing; FACT makes some gestures in this direction, though in relation to “immersive” viewing technologies such as virtual reality and 4D