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“Can You Really See What We Write Online?”

Ethics and Privacy in Digital Research with Girls

Ronda Zelezny-Green

this study. This will lead to discussions about the surveillance of the girls’ online behavior and communications that focus on the ethical dilemmas that surfaced and how they were addressed. In the final part of the article, I will argue for a people

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Consuming Katniss

Spectacle and Spectatorship in The Hunger Games

Samantha Poulos

the reader to the fact that surveillance is ever present along with the watchful eye of the audience. Driscoll and Heatwole again comment on how it is cinema-specific techniques, such as cuts to a cheering audience of Capitol residents and the

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Training Bodies, Training Minds?

Interrogating the Configured and Configuring of Masculinities in PE

Michael Kehler

(2012), among others (see Epstein and Johnson 1998 ; Kehily 2002 ; Rasmussen 2006 ), have drawn attention to surveillance and issues of homophobia in school spaces, Gerdin adds to the discussion, suggesting that locker rooms may operate as “a space

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Laurel Hart, Pamela Lamb, and Joshua Cader

connections, the numerous threats and concerns include the reinforcement of worldviews caused by content-filtering algorithms ( Pariser 2011 ), surveillance, and cyberviolence. In order for girls and young women to achieve the benefits of an approach based on

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Marie Puysségur

reversibility that permeates both films. The corridors that run across the estates transform their landscape into a grid of surveillance and discipline: they reveal the disciplinary apparatus that underlines urban space ( de Certeau 1984 ). They give shape to

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Shapeshifters

Black Girls and the Choreography of Citizenship

Jennifer Bethune

, encounter constant reminders that they are “always already defined as the problematic given” (19). Their lives and bodies are under surveillance from all directions as they navigate structures of domination in their everyday lives: Job Corps training

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From Risk to Resistance

Girls and Technologies of Nonviolence

Laurel Hart

communities, government and corporate surveillance, and the use of social media to recruit and trap Indigenous girls into sexual exploitation. This special issue points toward possibilities for developing and applying technologies, as well as educational

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Guiding Girls

Neoliberal Governance and Government Educational Resource Manuals in Canada

Lisa Smith and Stephanie Paterson

-being, and overall lifestyle are both valued and encouraged ( Lupton 1995 ; Rose 1990 ). Thus, girl power is part of a more general move towards the cultivation of subjects who, according to Michel Foucault (1991) , internalize surveillance and govern

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Stephanie Russo

“[t]he notion that femininity is a bodily property; the shift from objectification to subjectification; an emphasis upon self-surveillance, monitoring and self-discipline; a focus on individualism, choice and empowerment; the dominance of a makeover

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Sarah Hill

body of work that explores girls’ self-representation practices in relation to discourses of visibility, selfhood, and surveillance while also exploring the intersection between girls’ media studies, disability studies, and feminist work on the body