Table of contents for Featuring females : feminist analyses of media / edited by Ellen Cole and Jessica Henderson Daniel.

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Featuring Females: Feminist Analyses of Media
Ellen Cole and Jessica Henderson Daniel, Editors
Table of Contents
Introduction
Part I-Beginning with Girls: Gender Roles, Body Image, and Sex
The Impact of Media Use on Girls' Beliefs about Gender Roles, their Bodies, and Sexual 
	Relationships: A Research Synthesis-L. Monique Ward & Kristen Harrison
"He Left Her for the Alien": Girls, Television, and Sex-C. Lynn Sorsoli, Michelle V. 
Porche, & Deborah L. Tolman
The Media's Role in Body Image and Eating Disorders-Stefanie C. Gilbert, Helene 
Keery, & J. Kevin Thompson
Part II-Defining Reality
Clash of Cultures: Women and Girls on TV and in Real Life-Diana Zuckerman & Nikki 
	Dubowitz
Outcast, Outlast, Out-flirt? The Women of Reality TV-Laura S. Brown
Narratives of Gender in Computer Advertising-Laura J. Burlingame-Lee & Silvia Sara 
Canetto
Hollywood's Portrayal of Psychologists and Psychiatrists: Gender and Professional 
Training Differences-Harriet T. Schultz
Part III-Aggression and Violence: Victims and Perpetrators
Violence, Sex, Race, and Age in Popular Video Games: A Content Analysis-Karen E. 
Dill, Douglas A. Gentile, William A. Richter, & Jody C. Dill
Mama Bears, Bitches, and Monsters: Motherhood and Violence in Popular Film-Lynn 
Edith Paulson 
Violence and Women: News Coverage of Victims and Perpetrators-Elizabeth K. Carll
Gender and the Portrayal of Direct and Indirect Aggression on Television-Norma D. 
Feshbach
Part IV-Gender Images with a Focus on Race and Age
African-American Women in Search of Scripts-Thema Bryant-Davis
Reflection and Distortion: Women of Color in Magazine Advertisements-Janis 
Sanchez-Hucles, Patrick S. Hudgins, & Kimberly Gamble
Aging to Perfection or Perfectly Aged? The Image of Women Growing Older on 
Television-Kim S. Kjaersgaard
Afterword

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women in mass media.