TOP GIRLS?

@article{Mcrobbie2007TOPG,
  title={TOP GIRLS?},
  author={Angela Mcrobbie},
  journal={Cultural Studies},
  year={2007},
  volume={21},
  pages={718 - 737}
}
This article argues that, particularly in the last decade, an address by government to young women in the ‘advanced democracies’ of the west, and in this case in the UK, entails the provision of what might be understood as a new sexual contract. In the post-feminist guise of equality, as though it is already achieved, young women are attributed with capacity. They are urged to become hyper-active across three key sites where their new found visibility then becomes most manifest. Within the… Expand
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