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“Defining Ourselves for Ourselves”

Black Girls Conceptualize Black Girlhood Online

Cierra Kaler-Jones

were about being Black girls. Although they did not explicitly name adultification, they did say that others around them, namely staff and administrators at school, misidentified them as adults (see Epstein et al. 2017 ). During the pre-interviews when

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Beyond the Discourse of Sexualization

An Inquiry into the Adultification of Tween Girls’ Dressing in Singapore

Bernice Loh

implications of the adultification of tween girls’ dressing in Singapore. This is despite the fact that Singapore is one of the most westernised countries in the region, and despite an increasing number of reports in local mainstream media that highlight that

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Breaking Boundaries in Girlhood Studies

Claudia Mitchell

“ The Craft ’s relevance to girls arises from its subversion of teen film tropes” in its exploration of “girls’ fear of isolation.” Bernice Loh, in “Beyond the Discourse of Sexualization: An Inquiry into the Adultification of Tween Girls’ Dressing in

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When You See Us, See Us

Black Girl Futurity and Liberation

Taryrn T.C. Brown

, Battle asserts that historical intersectional criminology (HIC) is the perspective that moves us towards an understanding of the impacts of violence and state-sanctioned injustice against all communities. Homing in on the implications of adultification

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Remixing and Reimagining the Early Childhood School Experiences of Brilliant Black Boys

Brian L. Wright and Donna Y. Ford

. 2014 . “ The Adultification of Black Boys .” In Trayvon Martin, Race, and American Justice: Teaching Race and Ethnicity , ed. Kenneth J. Fasching-Varner , Rema E. Reynolds , Katrice A. Albert , and Lori L. Martin , 49 – 55 . Rotterdam

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Sprinkling Black Girl Magic in the Middle-Grade Novel

Sarah E. Whitney

. While girls of color do indeed experience girl-in-crisis moments, they have historically not been accorded the same degree of so called childhood innocence as their white peers. Adultification, or the racist stereotype that girls of color are more

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Teaching Black Girlhood Studies with Black Motherhood Studies

An Autoethnography

Renata Ferdinand

troublemakers in school, that they suffer from adultification as early as the age of 5, and that they are often perceived as a danger to themselves and others. And I also knew this from my own personal experience, when at the tender age of 5, I was penalized for

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“You're Being Watched All the Time:”

Incarcerated Girls and Gendered Surveillance

Sanna King and Jerry Flores

). Arnett , Chaz . 2018 . “ Virtual Shackles: Electronic Surveillance and the Adultification of Juvenile Courts. ” Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 108 ( 3 ): 399 – 454 . Artz , Sibylle . 1998 . Sex