Just a Girl? Rock Music, Feminism, and the Cultural Construction of Female Youth

  title={Just a Girl? Rock Music, Feminism, and the Cultural Construction of Female Youth},
  author={Gayle Wald},
  journal={Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society},
  pages={585 - 610}
  • Gayle Wald
  • Published 1 April 1998
  • Art
  • Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society
L'A. examine la place des femmes au sein de la musique rock anglo-saxonne. Elle evoque la personnalite de la chanteuse du groupe « No Doubt » : Gwen Stefani. Elle s'efforce de mettre a jour les representations de la femme vehiculees par le texte de la chanson « I'm just a girl » et montre que celui-ci revendique une certaine appropriation et une certaine affirmation de la feminite. Elle se demande si l'ethnocentrisme affecte ce mecanisme d'appropriation. Elle s'interesse au mouvement musical… 

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