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Mediated girlhoods : new explorations of girls' media culture

  title={Mediated girlhoods : new explorations of girls' media culture},
  author={Mary Celeste Kearney},
Contents: Mary Celeste Kearney: Introduction: Girls' Media Studies 2.0 - Yuka Kanno: Love and Friendship: The Queer Imagination of Japan's Early Girls' Culture - Sarah Nilsen: All-American Girl? Annette Funicello and Suburban Ethnicity - Kirsten Pike: "The New Activists": Girls and Discourses of Citizenship, Liberation, and Femininity in Seventeen, 1968-1977 - Kristen Hatch: Little Butches: Tomboys in Hollywood Film - Angharad N. Valdivia: This Tween Bridge over My Latina Girl Back: The U.S… 
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