Ophelia Speaks

Author: Sara Shandler
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781435276888
Size: 42.88 MB
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Ophelia Speaks. A collection of the writings of teenage girls from all backgrounds and all parts of the country provides an inside view of their feelings on body image, politics, boys, parents, and much more, showing adolescent girls that they are not alone. Original.

Author: Розалинд Вайсман
Publisher: Азбука-Аттикус
ISBN: 5389085329
Size: 71.75 MB
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. Эта книга полностью поменяла отношение родителей к проблемам дочерей-подростков. Благодаря ей мамам и папам стало проще понять, как их девочки выбирают себе компанию, что их беспокоит в общении с подругами, как складываются отношения с мальчиками и почему вчерашние принцессы и феи временами ведут себя агрессивно и непредсказуемо. Прочитав эту книгу, вы узнаете, насколько сильное влияние девочки оказывают друг на друга и как современные технологии изменили характер детского общения. Вы получите практичные советы о том, как беседовать с дочерью-подростком о конфликтах и ссорах с подругами, сможете объяснить ей, как разумно поступать в непростых жизненных ситуациях. Автор книги, Розалинд Вайсман, предлагает по-настоящему действенную стратегию, как научить вашу дочь с достоинством вести себя в обществе и найти в нем свое место.

Shakespeare And Youth Culture

Author: J. Hulbert
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230105246
Size: 22.68 MB
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Shakespeare And Youth Culture. This book explores the appropriation of Shakespeare by youth culture and the expropriation of youth culture in the manufacture and marketing of 'Shakespeare'. Considering the reduction, translation and referencing of the plays and the man, the volume examines the confluence between Shakepop and rock, rap, graphic novels, teen films and pop psychology.

Lost And Profound

Author: Mark McKirdy
Publisher: Mark McKirdy
ISBN: 1311122478
Size: 45.56 MB
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Lost And Profound. ‘LOST and PROFOUND: The Rejected Book Reviews by Famous People’ is a unique and hilarious collection of unpublished book reviews seemingly written by household names who have reached the top in film, television, journalism, science, music, sport, art, business, politics and literature. Included among the ‘reviewers’ are George W. Bush, David Letterman, Madonna, Gore Vidal, Shirley MacLaine, Arnold Palmer, Elton John, Gloria Steinem, David Suzuki, Walter Cronkite, Salvatore ‘Sammy the Bull’ Gravano, Jimmy Swaggart and Monica Lewinsky. All the books reviewed are real, and the astonishing diversity of interests of the celebrities demonstrates that shallow perception can never be disguised as deep thought, no matter how cleverly expressed. As revealed in the book’s ‘Introduction’, Mark McKirdy acquired this collection when he successfully bid for a small, dusty box at a Sotheby’s auction in 2013. Upon his return to Oxford University, where he was the anthropologist-in-residence, he opened the box and, like Howard Carter marveling at the treasures he’d just unearthed from Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922, the author was holding a golden collection of book reviews by many of the world’s most significant people. Each review had apparently been commissioned by the prestigious literary journal, ‘The London Review of Books’ and each, for reasons never revealed, received a soul-crushing rebuff by way of a large, red ‘Rejected’ stamp. As with all well written satire, ‘LOST and PROFOUND’ will give readers pause for thought, seconds for chuckling, minutes of laughing out loud and hours of fun, and if the celebrities mentioned in the book didn’t actually write the reviews cited, they probably wish they had.

Maiden Usa

Author: Kathleen Sweeney
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9780820481975
Size: 60.63 MB
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Maiden Usa. Maiden USA: Girl Icons Come of Age explores images of powerful, contradictory pop culture icons of the past decade, which run the gamut from Mean Girls and their Endangered Victims to Superheroines and Ingenue Goddesses. Are girls of the Title IX generation in need of Internet protection, or are they Supergirls evolving beyond gender stereotypes to rescue us all? Maiden USA provides an overview of girl trends since the ‘90s including the emergence of girls’ digital media-making and self-representation venues on MySpace, Facebook and YouTube as the newest wave of Girl Power.

Respect

Author: Courtney Macavinta
Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing
ISBN: 1575428806
Size: 78.41 MB
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Respect. This smart, savvy book helps teen girls get respect and hold on to is no matter what—at home, at school, with their friends, and in the world. Tips, activities, writing exercises, and quotes from teens keep readers involved. This “big sister” style inspires trust. Girls learn respect is connected to everything, every girl deserves respect, and respect is always within reach because it starts on the inside. This book is your guide to getting respect and keeping it.

Writing And Publishing

Author: Tina P. Schwartz
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 9780810869363
Size: 24.21 MB
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Writing And Publishing. Edgar Allen Poe, Langston Hughes, Louisa May Alcott, and Stephen King are just a handful of famous authors who began their publishing careers in their teens. Many young adults would like to write and publish but few know where to begin. While there are many books on how to write and how to get published, none are written specifically for teens. Writing and Publishing: The Ultimate Teen Guide fills this gap. In this book, author Tina Schwartz discusses many matters that are not often presented in guides to writing and publishing, such as the importance of mentors and critique groups, as well as courses and extracurricular activities that can be of great help to the up-and-coming teen author. The book explores various writing careers and the basics of publishing and marketing, including how to write query letters. Schwartz also provides tips on writing both fiction and nonfiction, as well as genres a new author can explore, like poetry and songwriting. With this resource, teens will find all the information they need to develop writing skills and build confidence as a writer.

Girl Culture An Encyclopedia 2 Volumes

Author: Claudia Mitchell
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 0313084440
Size: 39.63 MB
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Girl Culture An Encyclopedia 2 Volumes . Girl Culture: An Encyclopedia investigates the increasingly complex relationships, struggles, obsessions, and idols of American tween and teen girls who are growing up faster today than ever before. Comprehensive in its coverage of the twenty and twenty-first century trendsetters, fashion, literature, film, in-group rituals and hot-button issues that shape-and are shaped by-girl culture, this two-volume resource offers a wealth of information to help students, educators, and interested readers better understand the ongoing interplay between girls and mainstream culture.

The Faith Of Girls

Author: Revd Dr Anne Phillips
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1409481530
Size: 50.64 MB
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The Faith Of Girls. Exploring the spirituality and faith of girls on the verge of adolescence, this book presents fresh insights into children's spirituality and their transition to adulthood. Phillips has listened to girls' voices speaking in depth on the themes of self, God, church, and world, and reflected on their experiences and understandings in the light of current psychological, philosophical and sociological thinking, all placed into dialogue with a feminist approach to contemporary theology and bible. Phillips offers 'wombing' as a metaphor for their transition to young adulthood, and suggests strategies faith communities might adopt to companion girls more effectively through the fragility of puberty. This book will appeal to all those exploring areas of youth ministry, pastoral care, Christian education, nurture and childhood studies, psychology and theology.

Gender In Applied Communication Contexts

Author: Patrice M. Buzzanell
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 0761928650
Size: 80.88 MB
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Gender In Applied Communication Contexts. Gender in Applied Communication Contexts explores the intersection and integration of feminist theory as applied to four important areas: organizational communication, health communication, family communication, and instructional communication. This collection of readings links theoretical insights and contributions to pragmatic ways of improving the lives of women and men in a variety of professional and personal situations. Gender in Applied Communication Contexts is recommended for upper-division and graduate-level courses in gender and communication, feminist theory, organizational communication, health communication, instructional communication, and applied communication. This anthology is also recommended as a research resource for scholars in Women’s Studies, Family Studies, and Business and Management.