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2 Barbies, Bases, and Beer: The Role of the Home in Junior High School Girls’ Identity Work / Don E. Merten.
3 Power Beads, Body Glitter, and Backseat Bad-Asses: Girls, Power, and Position on the School Bus / Laura Jewett.
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4 Girl Talk: Adolescent Girls’ Perceptions of Leadership / Dawn M. Shinew and Deborah Thomas Jones.
5 Girls in Groups: The Preps and the Sex Mob Try Out for Womanhood / Pamela J. Bettis, Debra Jordan, and Diane Montgomery.
6 “The Beauty Walk” as a Social Space for Messages About the Female Body: Toward Transformative Collaboration / Rosary Lalik and Kimberly L. Oliver.
7 Fighters and Cheerleaders: Disrupting the Discourse of “Girl Power” in the New Millennium / Natalie G. Adams.
8 “Only 4-Minute Passing Periods!” Private and Public Menstrual Identities in School / Laura Fingerson.
9 In the World But Not of It: Gendered Religious Socialization at a Christian School / Stacey Elsasser.
10 “We Ain’t No Dogs”: Teenage Mothers (Re)Define Themselves / Sandra Spickard Prettyman.
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12 Unstraightening the Ideal Girl: Lesbians, High School, and Spaces to Be / John E. Petrovic and Rebecca M. Ballard.
13 Disputation of a Bad Reputation: Adverse Sexual Labels and the Lives of 12 Southern Women / Delores D. Liston and Regina E. Moore-Rahimi.
14 Border Crossing-Border Patrolling: Race, Gender, and the Politics of Sisterhood / Lyn Mikel Brown and Sandy Marie Grande.
15 “I Am a Woman Now!”: Rewriting Cartographies of Girlhood From the Critical Standpoint of Disability / Nirmala Erevelles and Kagendo Mutua.
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II. Knowing Girls.
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III. Marketing Girlhood / Consuming Girlhood
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Pt. I. Masculinities and femininities in youth culture.
Ch. 1. The Rambleros.
Ch. 2. The Trepas.
Ch. 3. The polyvalence of talk.
Conclusions to part 1: Politicized identities: what difference do they.
Pt. 2. Languages and ideologies.
Ch. 4. Speech styles and orders of discourse.
Ch. 5. Catalan and Spanish voices.
Ch. 6. Language choices.
Conclusions to part 2: The ideological investment of speech varieties.
Pt. 3. Situated practices and social structures.
Ch. 7. Youth culture as a social field.
Conclusions to part 3: Theoretical implications of this approach
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