(i) Supplementary reading

Hollows, Joanne, and Rachel Moseley. (eds.). (2006). Feminism in popular culture. Oxford, UK: Berg.
Popularity contests: the meanings of popular feminism / Joanne Hollows and Rachel Moseley.
Feminism in the news / Susan Sheridan, Susan Magarey, and Sandra Lilburn.
Feminism, post-feminism, Martha, Martha and Nigella / Charlotte Brunsdon.
Feminism in the classroom: teaching towards the third wave / Kathleen Rowe Karlyn.
Ally Mcbeal, Sex and the city, and the tragic success of feminism / Joke Hermes.
Can I go home yet?: feminism, post-feminism, and domesticity / Joanne Hollows.
Sex workers incorporated / Jane Arthurs.
Discipline and pleasure: the uneasy relationship between feminism and the beauty industry / Paula Black.
Learning from B-girls / Charla Ogaz.
Illegitimate, monstrous, and out there: female quake players and inappropriate pleasures / Helen Kennedy.

Hylmo, A. (2006). Girls on film: An examination of gendered vocational socialization messages found in motion pictures targeting female girls. Western Journal of Communication, 70(3): 167-185.

Tanner, Litsa Renee, Shelley A. Haddock, Toni Schindler Zimmerman, and Lori K. Lund. (2003). Images of Couples and Families in Disney Feature-Length Animated Films. American Journal of Family Therapy, v31 n5: 355-73, Oct-Dec.

Witt, S. (2000) The influence of television on children’s gender role socialization. Childhood Education, 76(5): 322-324.