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Melanie Kennedy and Natalie Coulter

contemporary social anxieties and debates about vulnerable group members’ uses and navigations of new media (newer at least than the platforms and technologies girls studies scholars such as Harris were writing about over a decade ago) get projected. It seems

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“Stumbling Upon Feminism”

Teenage Girls’ Forays into Digital and School-Based Feminisms

Crystal Kim and Jessica Ringrose

life” (2016: 5) and is increasingly present in schools. There is limited research, however, as Jessalyn Keller (2016) has observed, that examines how young feminists use social media technologies to develop their burgeoning feminist identities. There

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Andreas Baranowski and Heiko Hecht

felt that the advantages of the new technology were greater than its potential dangers, and he endorsed film as a mass medium. He argued, “The masses of today prefer to be taught by pictures rather than by words” (1916: 27). He was particularly

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Ted Nannicelli

of Technology Monika Suckfüll, Berlin University of the Arts Ed Tan, University of Amsterdam Siu-Lan Tan, Kalamazoo College Pia Tikka, Tallinn University Yuri Tsivian, University of Chicago Malcolm Turvey, Tufts University Margrethe

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Claudia Mitchell

dominant social constructions of adolescence. The contributors to this issue add significantly to this work in locating age more centrally in girlhood discourses that intersect with geography, technology, class, race, sex, gender, and sexuality. They do so

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Grey Gardens and the Problem of Objectivity

Notes on the Ethics of Observational Documentary

Mathew Abbott

Assertions about the objectivity afforded by new technologies were common currency among supporters of direct cinema during the heyday of the movement. Such claims were also vigorously contested, as critics and theorists argued that the notion of

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Sarah Hill

(2012) terms technologies of nonviolence. I argue that, far from being trivial, disabled girls’ self-representation practices are often intended to advocate for and raise awareness of disability while providing them with a much-needed voice and

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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

’ participation can truly flourish. 2 Our conclusion suggests necessary reforms. Julie’s Story Ever since I was a young girl, I’ve been an early adopter of online technology. I got my first e-mail address in 1995. Long before Tumblr and social media, I discovered

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Philip Cowan

study of cinematography: technology, authorship, and classicism. The technology question includes not just the chronological study of the invention and introduction of new technologies into the filmmaking process but also how these introductions either

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Girlhood Studies at 10

Claudia Mitchell

postings. GHS 10(2) will explore technologies of non-violence and, in so doing, recognize the politics of the world around us right now, commemorate Jackie Kirk and her activist agenda in seeking to combat violence, and consider what girlhood studies can