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  • Tags: social media

FeministMediaStudies_18.1_Feb2018.pdf
This is a special issue on Gendered Ageing Bodies in Popular Media Culture
Contents include: articles on aging in media, ranging from television to Hip Hop to Instagram, an analysis of #BlackDontCrack, book reviews, and more.

Frontiers_39.1_2018.pdf
This is a special issue on Women Digitizing Revolution.
Contents include: articles on the revolutions of Janelle Monáe, trans youth activism on the internet, black cyberfeminism and online gaming, and more.

FeministMediaStudies_18.2_April2018.pdf
Contents include: articles on Judith Butler's performativity theory to news organizations, Beyoncé's "commodity veg*ism," and more, Saudi women's campaign from flyers and faxes to Youtube and hashtags, and more.

JournalOfGenderStudies.pdf
Contents include: articles on media representations of eating disorders, stability of interracial gay partners in South Africa, intersectional analysis of feminist academic women's experiences, research on male body-work on social media, and more.

Feminism&Psychology.pdf
This is a special issue on Feminisms and Social Media.
Contents include: articles on female athletes' self-representation on social media, sex education through social media for queer, trans, and racialized communities, and more.

GenderPlaceAndCulture_24.7-12_Jul-Dec2017.pdf
Contents include: articles on doing vegetarianism to destabilize meat-masculinity in Argentina, femininities and sexual health risk among Chinese immigrant women in Canada, and more.

SexRoles_78.5-6_March2018.pdf
Contents include: articles on Instagram use and self-objectification, experiences of gender for gay and queer men who perform drag, feminist multicultural therapy with male clients, and more.

MediaReportToWomen_46.1_Winter2018.pdf
Contents include: articles on newsmaking about abortion, Trump's trolling on Twitter, music videos and ideal beauty in Nigeria, and more.

FemMediaHistories_4.1_Winter2018.pdf
Contents include: articles on women's labor in Andean oppositional film production, queer fan labor on Tumblr, women's labor in the Japanese animation industry, and more.

FemMediaHistories_3.2_Spring_2017.pdf
Contents include: articles on social media Blackness, female stand-up comedy on 1960s-1970s television, romantic comedy in Brazil, and more.
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