Table of contents for All about the girl : power, culture, and identity / edited by Anita Harris.

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Table of Contents
Foreword: Michelle Fine
Introduction: Anita Harris
Part 1: Constructing Girlhoods in the Twenty-First Century: 
Chapter 1: Notes on Post Feminism and Popular Culture: Bridget Jones and the New Gender Regime
	Angela McRobbie
Chapter 2: Women, Girls, and the Unfinished Work of Connection: A Critical Review of American Girls' Studies
	Janie Victoria Ward and Beth Cooper Benjamin
Chapter 3: Good Girls, Bad girls: Anglo-centrism and Diversity in the Constitution of Contemporary Girlhood
	Christine Griffin
Chapter 4: From Badness to Meanness: Popular Constructions of Contemporary Girlhood
	Meda Chesney-Lind and Katherine Irwin
Part 2: Feminism for Girls
Chapter 5: Feminism and Femininity: Or How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Thong
	Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards
Chapter 6: Girl Power Politics: Pop-Culture Barriers and Organizational Resistance
	Jessica Taft
Chapter 7: Mythic Figures and Lived Identities: Locating the "Girl" in Feminist Discourse
	Jennifer Eisenhauer
Chapter 8: "I Don't See Feminists as You See Feminists": Young Women Negotiating Feminism in Contemporary Britain
	Madeleine Jowett
Part 3: Sexualities
Chapter 9: Pretty in Pink: Young Women Presenting Mature Sexual Identities
	Kate Gleeson and Hannah Frith
Chapter 10: Talking Sexuality Through an Insider's Lens: The Samoan Experience
	Anne Marie Tupuola
Chapter 11: Shifting Desires: Discourses of Accountability in Abstinence-Only Education in the US
	April Burns and María Elena Torre
Part 4: Popular and Virtual Cultures 
Chapter 12: Where My Girls At? Black Girls and the Construction of the Sexual
	Debbie Weekes
Chapter 13: Spicy Strategies: Pop Feminist and Other Empowerments in Girl Culture
	Bettina Fritzsche
Chapter 14: Jamming Girl Culture: Young Women and Consumer Citizenship
	Anita Harris
Chapter 15: Girls' Web Sites: A Virtual "Room of One's Own?"
	Jacqueline Reid-Walsh and Claudia Mitchell
Part 5: Schooling
Chapter 16: Pleasures Within Reason: Teaching Feminism and Education
	Nancy Lesko and Antoinette Quarshie
Chapter 17: Girls, Schooling and the Discourse of Self-Change: Negotiating Meanings of the High School Prom
	Amy L. Best
Chapter 18: Gender and Sexuality: Continuities and Change for Girls in School
	Mary Jane Kehily
Part 6: Research With and By Young Women
Chapter 19: Colluding in "Compulsory Heterosexuality?" Doing Research With Young Women at School
	Kathryn Morris-Roberts
Chapter 20: Speaking Back: Voices of Young Urban Womyn of Color Using Participatory Action Research to Challenge and Complicate Representations of Young Women
	Caitlin Cahill and the "Fed Up Honeys": Erica Arenas, Jennifer Contreras, 	Jiang Na, Indra Rios-Moore, and Tiffany Threatts
Chapter 21: Beneath the Surface of Voice and Silence: Researching the Home Front
	Adreanne Ormond
Chapter 22: Possible Selves and Pasteles: How a Group of Mothers and Daughters Took a London Conference by Storm
	Lori Lobenstine, Yasmin Pereira, Jenny Whitley, Jessica Robles, Yaraliz Soto, 	Jeanette Sergeant, Daisy Jimenez, Emily Jimenez, Jessenia Ortiz, and Sasha 	Cirino
Contributor Biographies

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Teenage girls, Young women, Women Identity, Feminist theory