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Tweens as Technofeminists

Exploring Girlhood Identity in Technology Camp

Jen England and Robert Cannella

Young Women’s Politics .” Hecate 27 ( 1 ): 128 – 139 . Kearney , Mary Celeste . 1998 . “Producing Girls.” In Delinquents and Debutantes: Twentieth-Century American GirlsCultures , ed. Sherrie A. Inness , 285 – 310 . New York : New York

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“I’m No Donna Reed”

Postfeminist Rhetoric in Christian At-Home Daughterhood Texts

Elizabeth Shively

All About the Girl: Culture, Power, and Identity , ed. Anita Harris , New York : Routledge . McRobbie , Angela . 2009 . The Aftermath of Feminism: Gender, Culture and Social Change . London : Sage . McVicar , Michael J . 2013 . “ Let them

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Cynthia Maurer

. 2010 . “ The Importance of Popular Media in Everyday Girl Culture .” European Journal of Communication 25 ( 3 ): 243 – 257 . 10.1177/0267323110373461 Fein , Greta G. 1981 . “ Pretend Play in Childhood: An Integrative Review .” Child Development

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Heta Mulari

and Letting Loose. ” In Let the Braids Fly. Girl Culture in Transformation . [In Finnish.] ed. Sari Näre and Jaana Lähteenmaa , 155 – 171 . Helsinki : Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura . Massey , Doreen . 2005 . For Space . London : Sage

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Making It Up

Intergenerational Activism and the Ethics of Empowering Girls

Emily Bent

, Identity and the Education of Girls . Albany : State University of New York Press . Harris , Anita . 2004 . All About the Girl: Culture, Power and Identity . New York : Routledge . Hastings , Wendy . 2010 . “ Research and the Ambiguity of

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Reading Production and Culture

UK Teen Girl Comics from 1955 to 1960

Joan Ormrod

of their relationship was enriched with creativity, so a fan could use what was considered traditional female creativity to lend cultural credibility to a newer form of girl culture. The fan was also hailed in the Marilyn Screen Test series in which

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From Selfies to Sexting

Tween Girls, Intimacy, and Subjectivities

Antonio García-Gómez

German , 99 – 118 . New York : Continuum . MacDonald , Fiona . 2016 . Childhood and Tween Girl Culture: Family, Media and Locality . London : Palgrave Macmillan . 10.1057/978-1-137-55130-6 Manning , Wendy D. , Peggy C. Giordano , and Monica A

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Queer Girlhoods in Contemporary Comics

Disrupting Normative Notions

Mel Gibson

of belonging to the self and to the community. Diverse, rather than monolithic, girlscultures are key and these texts critique norms, or create worlds not dominated by heteronormative girlhood. These graphic novels are emphatically not about queer

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Nirmala Erevelles and Xuan Thuy Nguyen

reconstitution of girl culture as a positive force embracing self-expression through fashion, attitude, and a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) approach to cultural production” ( Gonick 2006: 6 ). Thus, Girl Power became the platform for refusing vulnerability as an integral

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Sami Schalk

Political Ideologies .” Pp. 164 – 183 in Delinquents and Debutantes: Twentieth-Century American GirlsCultures , ed. Sherrie A. Innes . New York : New York University Press . Inness , Sherrie A. 1998b . “ Introduction .” Pp. 1 – 14 in