Growing Up Girls: Popular Culture and the Construction of Identity

By Sharon R. Mazzarella; Norma Odom Pecora | Go to book overview

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Amy Aidman is a Research Associate at the ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education. Her areas of interest include mass media and children, media literacy, and the social impact of communications technologies. She has lectured and taught courses on these topics in the U.S. and Israel.

Mary K. Bentley is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Human Movement at Ithaca College where she teaches courses in wellness, community health, family health and human sexuality. She has published articles in the Journal of Health Education and contributed book chapters on HIV education, and critical pedagogy. She is currently completing a video documentary from filmed interactions with youth in detention facilities titled "Ya Know What I'm Saying?"

Amy Bowles-Reyer received her M.A. in African American Studies at Yale University ( 1992) and her Ph.D. in American Studies at George Washington University ( 1998). She currently is working on revising and publishing her dissertation, "Our Secret Garden: How Judy Blume Sexually Educated a Generation," and on formulating her next book about the revolutionary power of female sexuality. She lives in Bethesda, NID with her husband, Adam, and son, Elias.

Rhiannon S. Bettivia. attends Central High School in Champaign, Illinois where she is enrolled in tenth grade. In addition to this chapter she has co-authored two others with Angharad N. Valdivia. She also plays the clarinet, saxophone, and piano, paints, and listens to music in her spare time.

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