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Queer Girls and Popular Culture: Reading, Resisting, and Creating Media (Mediated Youth) ebook

by Susan Driver


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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Queer Girls and Popular Culture explores relationships between media representations and the creative media receptions of lesbian. With chap-ters on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, queer magazines, subcul-tural music scenes, and online communities, Driver nimbly locates and characterizes the modes of interpretation that queer girls use to transform popular culture into their own playground.

As Susan Driver (2007) writes of queer girls, they " are highly receptive and invested in the emergence of stories and images of girls on TV who perform desires and romantic longing for other girls " (59).

This book combines youth and media studies with feminist and queer theories, bridging previously separate areas of. .

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Girls and Popular Culture : Reading, Resisting, and Creating Media.

Queer Girls and Popular Culture : Reading, Resisting, and Creating Media. Drawing upon examples from a wide range of media including television, film, magazines, Internet, and music, this book pays critical attention to the emergence of visual images and narratives of girls desiring girls.

Reading and Resisting. 127. Creative Spaces. 169. Your Music Changed My Life I Needed Something. 195. The Imaginative Participation of Queer.

Queer girls and popular culture: Reading, resisting, and creating media more. which same-sex desire can be configured into mainstream texts to create new narrative, aesthetic.

This book begins with the premise that queer youth are not pathologized, can and do exercise agency, and . Susan Driver is Assistant Professor of Social Sciences at York University and the author of Queer Girls and Popular Culture: Reading, Resisting, and Creating Media.

This book begins with the premise that queer youth are not pathologized, can and do exercise agency, and are legitimate actors in the public sphere. I am extremely pleased to see a book that successfully integrates transgender youth, politics, and culture as these topics have been sorely missing in ostensibly LGBT work. Susan Talburt, Director, Women s Studies Institute, Georgia State University.

LGBT culture in San Francisco. Susan Driver (2007). Queer girls and popular culture: reading, resisting, and creating media. Download as PDF. Printable version. Jeff Dawson (November 24, 1999). p. 159. ISBN 9780820479361.

Susan Driver is Assistant Professor of Social Sciences at York University and the author of Queer Girls and Popular Culture: Reading, Resisting, and Creating .

Susan Driver is Assistant Professor of Social Sciences at York University and the author of Queer Girls and Popular Culture: Reading, Resisting, and Creating Media.

From Queer Girls and Popular Culture: Reading, Resisting, and Creating Media (2007) - Ruth Nicole Brown: Theorizing Narrative .

From Queer Girls and Popular Culture: Reading, Resisting, and Creating Media (2007) - Ruth Nicole Brown: Theorizing Narrative Discrepancies of Black Girlhood From Black Girlhood Celebration: Toward a Hip-Hop Feminist Pedagogy (2009) - Meghan Chandler/Diana Anselmo-Sequeira: The "Dollification" of Riot Grrrls: Self-Fashioning Alternative Identities From Doll Studies: The Many Meanings of Girls' Toys and Play. The chapters in the Mediated Youth Reader challenge our understandings of identity formation, global variations in how youth of different cultures live and interact with popular culture, and, especially, girls' diverse experiences with technology.

Queer Girls and Popular Culture explores relationships between media representations and the creative media receptions of lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning teens and young adults. Drawing upon examples from a wide range of media including television, film, magazines, Internet, and music, this book pays critical attention to the emergence of visual images and narratives of girls desiring girls. Framed as a dialogue, the voices of queer girls are interpreted in response to their increasing public visibility and commodification within mainstream media as well as the development of alternative popular cultural engagements. This book combines youth and media studies with feminist and queer theories, bridging previously separate areas of theory and research to understand queer girls as dynamic cultural subjects.
Queer Girls and Popular Culture: Reading, Resisting, and Creating Media (Mediated Youth) ebook
Author:
Susan Driver
Category:
Social Sciences
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Publisher:
Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers; Edition Unstated edition (April 3, 2007)
Pages:
269 pages
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