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Contextualising the sexualisation of girls debate: innocence, experience and young female sexuality / Mary Jane Kehily.
Sexuality, youth and the perils of endangered innocence: how history can help us get past the panic / R. Danielle Egan & Gail Louise Hawkes.
Definitions, discourses and dilemmas: policy and academic engagement with the sexualisation of popular culture / Maddy Coy & Maria Garner.
Viewpoints: Sexualisation’s four faces: sexualisation and gender stereotyping in the Bailey Review / Meg Barker & Robbie Duschinsky.
What I heard about sexualisation…: or conversations with my inner Barbie / Sara Bragg.
New girl heroes: the rise of popular feminist commentators in an era of sexualisation / Claire Elizabeth Charles.
The missing link: the sexualisation of culture and men / Maria Garner.
Slut-shaming, girl power and ‘sexualisation’: thinking through the politics of the international SlutWalks with teen girls / Jessica Ringrose & Emma Renold.
The importance of being innocent: why we worry about children / Jennifer Lyttleton-Smith.
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Preface: The Right of Children to be Children – Noni Hazlehurst.
Introduction: The Pornification of Girlhood: We Haven’t Come a Long Way Baby – Melinda Tankard Reist.
What Are the Risks of Premature Sexualisation for Children? – Emma Rush.
The Seduction of Girls: The Human Cost – Maggie Hamilton.
Sex on the Street: Outdoor Advertising and the Sexual Harassment of Women – Lauren Rosewarne.
The Psychological and Developmental Impact of Sexualisation on Children – Louise Newman.
Good is the New Bad: Rethinking Sexual Freedom – Clive Hamilton.
The Faking It Project: What Research Tells Us about Magazines in Young Women’s Lives – Selena Ewing.
The Gaze that Dare Not Speak its Name: Bill Henson and Child Sexual Abuse Moral Panics – Abigail Bray.
Media Glamourising of Prostitution and Other Sexually Exploitative Cultural Practices that Harm Children – Melissa Farley.
The Harmful Medicalisation of Sexualised Girls – Renate Klein.
Sexualised and Trivialised: Making Equality Impossible – Betty McLellan.
How Girlhood Was Trashed and What We Can Do to Get it Back: A Father’s View – Steve Biddulph.
Finding the Courage to Get Real – Tania Andrusiak.
One Woman’s Activism: Refusing to Be Silent – Julie Gale.
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Accessibility of Violent Pornography on the Internet / Ragnhild Bjørnebekk.
Girls’ Magazines and the Sexualization of Youth Culture / Ane Stø.
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