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Diverging Visions on Postfeminism : A Polarization In literature

@inproceedings{Parker2011DivergingVO,
  title={Diverging Visions on Postfeminism : A Polarization In literature},
  author={Sarah Jessica Parker and Miranda Hobbes and Cynthia Nixon and Samantha Jones},
  year={2011}
}
in 1998 by HBO (Home Box Office 1998 – 2004), a pay television channel. The series is profiled as a humoristic taboo-breaking programme aimed at women. The emphasis lies on sexual freedom, female friendships, independence, and cosmopolitism embodied by a group of young women who live and work in New York. Sex and the City is said to be produced from a female point of view and is stressed as a feminine series. The main characters are Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda Hobbes… 

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