Review: The Female Subject of Popular Culture [Book Review]
Graduate studies at Western
Hypatia 7 (2):215 - 226 (1992)
|Abstract||This essay discusses the place of popular culture, especially visual representation, in theories of female subjectivity and examines two recent works on women and popular culture as representative of two primary critical and methodological approaches to the female subject. The essay considers the limitations and implications of both qualitative communication research and text-based feminist criticism and the need to construct a dialogue between them.|
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