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Feminism and Youth Culture (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

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19 May 2000

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This welcome second edition of a classic text brings together six essays from the original edition with two co-authored pieces and a lively new introduction and concluding chapter that considers the changes over the last...

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This welcome second edition of a classic text brings together six essays from the original edition with two co-authored pieces and a lively new introduction and concluding chapter that considers the changes over the last twenty years impacting on young women today. The book ranges across an important spectrum of topics: from teenage sexuality, young mothers and girls' magazines, to the role of feminism and the politics of feminist research.

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New edition of a classic text in British cultural studies
Substantial revisions made to text include a new introduction and concluding chapter and two new coauthored chapters

Introduction: A West Midlands Memoir
Girls and Subcultures; with J.Garber
Settling Accounts with Subcultures: A Feminist Critique
The Culture of Working-Class Girls
Jackie Magazine: Romantic Individualism and the Teenage Girl
Rock and Sexuality; with S.Frith
Teenage Mothers: A New Social State
Moral Panics in Multi-Mediated Social Worlds; with S.Thornton
Sweet Smell of Success? New Ways of Being Young Women.
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ANGELA McROBBIE has written on young women and popular culture for many years. She is Professor of Communication at Goldsmiths College and the author of Postmodernism and Popular Culture, British Fashion Design: Rag Trade or Image Industry and In the Culture Society: Art, Fashion, Music.

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ANGELA McROBBIE has written on young women and popular culture for many years. She is Professor of Communication at Goldsmiths College and the author of Postmodernism and Popular Culture, British Fashion Design: Rag Trade or Image Industry and In the Culture Society: Art, Fashion, Music.

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