(i) Introductions and overviews

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Carter, Cynthia, Linda Steiner, and Lisa McLaughlin. (eds.) (2015). The Routledge Companion to Media & Gender. Routledge.

Creedom, P., and J. Cramer. (eds.). (2007). Women in Mass Communication. Sage.

Dines, Gail, and Jean Humez. (eds.). (1994). Gender, Race, and Class in the Media. Sage.

Dobson, Amy Shields. (2015). Postfeminist Digital Cultures: Femininity, Social Media, and Self-Representation
1. Introduction
2. Postfeminism, Girls and Young Women, and Digital Media
3. Heterosexy Images on Social Network Sites
4. Girls, Sexting and Gender Politics
5. Postfeminist Self-Making: Textual Self-Representation and the Performance of “Authentic” Young Femininity on Social Network Sites
6. Digital Girls in Crisis? Seeking Feedback and Representing Pain in Postfeminist Networked Publics
Afterword: Notes on Visibility and Self-Exposure

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Gallagher, M. (2000). Feminist Media Perspectives. In A Companion to Media Studies, Ed. A.N. Valdivia.

Gauntlett, David (2002). Media, Gender and Identity: An Introduction. Routledge.

Gill, R. (2007). Gender and the Media. Polity.

Goren, Lilly J. (2009). You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby: Women, politics, and popular culture. University Press of Kentucky.

Harrison, Ward (2005). Featuring Females: Feminist analyses of media. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association.

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van Zoonen, Liesbet. (1994). Feminist Media Studies. Sage.