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Naughtiest Girls, Go Girls, and Glitterbombs

Exploding Schoolgirl Fictions

Lucinda McKnight

of the book we read and the film we watch, we are always girled. We are always becoming girls, even as we are always becoming teachers ( Mitchell and Weber 1999 ) through an ideological maelstrom of cohering and disintegrating discourse ( Bakhtin 1981

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The Rumble of Nostalgia

Francis Ford Coppola’s Vision of Boyhood

Molly Lewis

Kellener . [ 1988 ] 1990 . Camera Politica: The Politics and Ideology of Contemporary Hollywood Film . Bloomington, IN : Indiana University Press . Filmography Ballard , Carroll . 1979 . The Black Stallion . USA . Brickman , Paul . [ 1983 ] 2008

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April Mandrona

. Jonsen and Robert A. Pearlman . ( 3rd ed.) Sudbury : Jones and Bartlett Learning . Jones , Owain . 2012 . “ Black Rain and Fireflies: The Otherness of Childhood as a Non-Colonising Adult Ideology .” Geography 97 : 141 – 146 . 10

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Thatcher’s Sons?

1980s Boyhood in British Cinema, 2005–2010

Andy Pope

determined by the contemporary male’s less ideological nature. He argues that his rationale for making the film was to capture current nostalgia “for a time when people were ready to stand up and say something” (2007). Additionally, the focus that Meadows and

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Sarah Hill

, renders racial, classed, and disabled identities invisible. As Nirmala Everelles and Kagendo Mutua state, disabled girlhood challenges the heteronormativity that is present within notions of girl power that “rest[s] heavily on ableist ideologies of

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Girlhood and Ethics

The Role of Bodily Integrity

Mar Cabezas and Gottfried Schweiger

avoid ideological biases that could jeopardize girls’ freedoms. Therefore, using the theory surrounding the notion of bodily integrity could shed light on where to establish a sufficient threshold since this concept encompasses agency, self

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Dustin William Louie

-violence framework is influential in social justice work, we must resist subsuming Indigenous approaches under the umbrella of non-Indigenous ideologies. In this article, I make a critical contribution to the field of technologies of nonviolence by highlighting

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Jessica Prioletta

responsible. In this way, we can challenge normative gender relations and re-conceptualize the concept of equality in education by problematizing education’s underlying values and ideologies. However, several questions remain for future research. What

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Laurel Hart, Pamela Lamb, and Joshua Cader

-referential bubbles and challenge normative ideologies? How may queer girls and young women attuned to the sociopolitical dimensions of their offline communities make space to articulate their experiences with those same communities online? I participate in two

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Emily Anderson

Discursive Institutionalism .” Politics & Gender 5 , no. 2 : 262 – 271 . 10.1017/S1743923X0900021X Lather , Patti . 1986 . “ Issues of Validity in Openly Ideological Research: Between a Rock and a Soft Place .” Interchange 17 , no. 4 : 63 – 84