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Queer Girls and Popular Culture: Reading, Resisting, and Creating Media (Mediated Youth) by Susan Driver1
Instant Identity: Adolescent Girls and the World of Instant Messaging (Mediated Youth) by Shayla Thiel Stern2
Maiden USA: Girl Icons Come of Age (Mediated Youth) by Kathleen Sweeney3
'Girl Power' (Mediated Youth) by Shauna Pomerantz4
Black Girlhood Celebration: Toward a Hip-Hop Feminist Pedagogy (Mediated Youth) by Ruth Nicole Brown5
Mediated Identities: Youth, Agency, and Globalization by Divya C. McMillin6
We are the Mods"": A Transnational History of a Youth Subculture (Mediated Youth) by Christine Jacqueline Feldman7
Mediated Boyhoods (Mediated Youth) by Annette Wannamaker8
Girl Wide Web 2.0 (Mediated Youth) by Sharon R. Mazzarella9
Mediated Girlhoods (Mediated Youth) by Mary Celeste Kearney10
Pop Brands (Mediated Youth) by Nicholas Carah11
Bitten by Twilight : youth culture, media, & the vampire franchise by Melissa A. Click14
Growing Up With Girl Power: Girlhood On Screen and in Everyday Life (Mediated Youth) by Rebecca C. Hains15
Girls, Cultural Productions, and Resistance (Mediated Youth) by Michelle S. Bae16
Girls' Sexualities and the Media (Mediated Youth) by Kate Harper23

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Mediated Youth publishes cutting-edge new research on the cultures, artifacts, and media of children, tweens, teens, and college-aged youth. Whether studying television, popular music, fashion, sports, toys, the Internet, self-publishing, leisure, clubs, school cultures/activities, film, dance, language, tie-in merchandising, concerts, subcultures, or other forms of popular culture, books in this series go beyond the dominant paradigm of traditional studies of the effects of media/culture on youth.

Instead, works published in this series endeavor to understand the complex relationship between youth and popular culture, and, whenever possible, will include the voices of youth themselves.

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