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Popular Culture as PedagogyHow to be a Woman

Popular Culture as Pedagogy: How to be a Woman [Buffy, Bella, Veronica, Katniss, Clary, Tris and Saba:1 For two decades post-feminist heroines have faced life-threatening trials as part of their progress to womanhood. In this chapter I consider how young adult popular fictions operate as forms of pedagogy for young women by offering them particular models of maturity and womanhood.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Popular Culture as PedagogyHow to be a Woman

Part of the Transgressions: Cultural Studies and Education Book Series (volume 95)
Editors: Jubas, Kaela; Taber, Nancy; Brown, Tony
Popular Culture as Pedagogy — Jan 1, 2015

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Publisher
SensePublishers
Copyright
© SensePublishers-Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2015
Pages
135 –150
DOI
10.1007/978-94-6300-274-5_9
Publisher site
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Abstract

[Buffy, Bella, Veronica, Katniss, Clary, Tris and Saba:1 For two decades post-feminist heroines have faced life-threatening trials as part of their progress to womanhood. In this chapter I consider how young adult popular fictions operate as forms of pedagogy for young women by offering them particular models of maturity and womanhood.]

Published: Jan 1, 2015

Keywords: Young Woman; Teenage Pregnancy; Teenage Mother; Domestic Abuse; Television Series

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