Table of contents for Next wave cultures : feminism, subcultures, activism / edited by Anita Harris.

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Contents
Introduction: Anita Harris: ?Youth Cultures and Feminist Politics: An Introduction?
Section 1: Hustling, Fighting, Surfing and Sex: Infiltrating Masculine Domains
Chapter 1: Angie Colette Beatty: ?What is this Gangstressism in Popular Culture??
Chapter 2: Dorothy Bottrell: ?TGG: Girls, Street Culture and Identity?
Chapter 3: Leslie Heywood: ?Third Wave Feminism, The Global Economy, and Women's Surfing: Sport as Stealth Feminism in Girls? Surf Culture?
Chapter 4: Sara I. McClelland and Michelle Fine: ?Rescuing a Theory of Adolescent Sexual Excess: Young Women and Wanting?
Section 2: Creating Spaces
Chapter 5: Susan Nussbaum: ?The Empowered Fe Fes?
Chapter 6: Amy Dobson: ?Femininities as Commodities: Cam Girl Culture?
Chapter 7: Feda Abdo, Rayann Bekdache, Samah Hadid, Mehal Krayem and Tara Pengilly: ?Reflections: For Those Who Reflect?
Section 3: New Activisms: Cultural and Political
Chapter 8: Kristin Schilt and Elke Zobl: ?Connecting the Dots: Riot Grrrls, Ladyfests, and the International Grrrl Zine Network?
Chapter 9: Carly Stasko: ?(r)Evolutionary Healing: Jamming with Culture and Shifting the Power?
Chapter 10: Chilla Bulbeck and Anita Harris: ?Feminism, Youth Politics and Generational Change?
Chapter 11: Debi Roker: ?Young Women and Social Action in the UK?

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Teenage girls.
Young women.
Subculture.
Feminist theory.