Bad Girls : Cultural Politics and Media Representations of Transgressive Womenby Owen, A. Susan
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Table of Contents
|Foreword : the politics of representation|
|Introduction : why we write||p. 1|
|Hijacking feminism in post-Vietnam cinema : tough women and tangled memories||p. 21|
|Hacking women : the politics of disconnect||p. 63|
|Leaving the mothership : postmodernity and postfeminism in Ally McBeal and Sex and the city||p. 91|
|Designing women as consumers ... again : gender and the myth of the level playing field in the information age||p. 135|
|Oh, to be given a sporting chance... : televisual representations of women in the world of sports news||p. 167|
|It's a dick thing : ambivalent coding of American female soldiers in Gulf War narratives||p. 197|
|Epilogue : an open letter from the second wave mothership||p. 231|
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