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<BR><HR><BR> <TOC> Bad Girls: Cultural Politics and Media Representations of Transgressive Women, From Post-Vietnam to Gulf War II A. Susan Owen Sarah Stein Leah Vande Berg FOREWORD: The Politics of Representation (Bruce Gronbeck) INTRODUCTION: Why We Write CHAPTER ONE: ¿Hijacking Feminism in Post-Vietnam Cinema: Tough Women and Tangled Memory¿ CHAPTER TWO: ¿Hacking Women: The Politics of Disconnect¿ CHAPTER THREE: ¿Leaving the Mothership: Postmodernity and Postfeminism in Ally McBeal and Sex and the City¿ CHAPTER FOUR: ¿Designing Women as Consumers . . . Again: The Myth of the Level Playing Field in the Information Age¿ CHAPTER FIVE: ¿Appropriating the Talk: Sportsnight and the Female End-Run¿ CHAPTER SIX: ¿It¿s a Dick Thing: Ambivalent Coding of American Female Soldiers in Gulf War Narratives¿ EPILOGUE: ¿Open Letter from the Second Wave Mothership¿
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Women -- United States -- Social conditions -- 21st century.
Women in popular culture -- United States.
Women in motion pictures.
Women on television.
Feminism -- United States.