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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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Robyn Singleton, Jacqueline Carter, Tatianna Alencar, Alicia Piñeirúa-Menéndez, and Kate Winskell

(%) Author gender Male 330 (41.6) Female 463 (58.4) Mean age 13 Place of residence Urban 70 (8.8) Rural 723 (91.2) Technology available at home Television 666 (84.0) Internet 179 (22.6) A total of 936 young people under the age of 25 participated

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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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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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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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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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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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“I’m No Donna Reed”

Postfeminist Rhetoric in Christian At-Home Daughterhood Texts

Elizabeth Shively

label is scary. Marissa Mayer, CEO of the multinational technology company Yahoo! is quoted as saying, “I don’t think that I would consider myself a feminist. I think that I certainly believe in equal rights, I believe that women are just as capable, if

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Mixed Message Media

Girls’ Voices and Civic Engagement in Student Journalism

Piotr S. Bobkowski and Genelle I. Belmas

support in many schools, including being allocated designated teachers, instructional space, and technology; each year thousands of girls in the United States participate. More than 90 percent of secondary schools in the United States offer curricular or

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Sarah E. Whitney

form a small part of an otherwise healthy diet. However, Winston uses the sensory appeal of cupcakes to create space for Brianna’s Black Girl Magic baking within a white postfeminist gig economy influenced by nostalgia and the technology of sparkle