Difficult dialogues about twenty-first-century girls /

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Other Authors: Johnson, Donna Marie, (Editor)
Ginsberg, Alice E.,
Format: Book Electronic
Published:Albany : State University of New York Press, [2015]
Online Access:EBSCOhost - Click to view - Access for Lincoln College students, faculty, and staff only
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Table of Contents:
  • Foreword / Lyn Mikel Brown
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction: girls' studies : what's new? / Donna Marie Johnson and Alice E. Ginsberg
  • New ways of knowing about girls
  • A call to action : educational scholarship meeting the needs of African American
  • Elementary and secondary school girls / by Donna Marie Johnson
  • Girl uninterrupted : using interactive voice diaries as a new girls' studies
  • Research method / by Dana Edell
  • "It means that "i" am knowledge" : girlpar as an emergent methodology / by Laura Boutwell and Faduma Guhad
  • "Talking out of school" : crossing and extending borders with collaborative
  • Research in girls' studies, women's studies, and teacher education / by Sheila Hassell Hughes and Carolyn S. Ridenour
  • Stop saving the girl? : pedagogical considerations for transforming girls' studies / by Katy Strzepek
  • Beyond "us" vs. "them" : transnationalizing girlhood studies / by Shana L. Calixte
  • Girl power redefined
  • High school classrooms as contested sites of future feminist power : explicating marginality beyond disadvantage into power / by Kerrita K. Mayfield
  • From cyborgs to cybergrrls : redefining "girl power" through digital literacy / by Leandra Preston-Sidler
  • "Off balance" : talking about girls' health in the era of the "obesity epidemic" / by Marie Drews
  • "Babies havin' babies" : examining visual representations of teenage pregnancy / by Candice J. Merritt
  • "At-risk" for greatness : girls studies programs and the art of growing up / by Alice E.Ginsberg
  • "Standing on shoulders strong" : a conversation with first- and second-generation American girls' studies scholars / Moderated by Donna Marie Johnson, with Lyn Mikel Brown, Peggy Orenstein, Stephanie Sears, Bianca L. Guzmán, Elline Lipkin, and Shelia Hassell Hughes.