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  1. Key readings: 12 items
    1. The Routledge companion to media and gender - Cynthia Carter, Linda Steiner, Lisa McLaughlin, Taylor & Francis 2014 (electronic resource)

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    2. Gender and the media - Rosalind Gill, Ebook Central 2007 (electronic resource)

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    3. Gender and the media - Rosalind Gill 2007

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    4. Sexual identities and the media: an introduction - Wendy Hilton-Morrow, Kathleen Battles, Taylor & Francis 2015 (electronic resource)

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    5. Sexual identities and the media: an introduction - Wendy Hilton-Morrow, Kathleen Battles 2015

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    6. The gender and media reader - Mary Celeste Kearney 2011

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    7. Other useful books: 5 items
      1. Gender, race and class in media: a text-reader - Gail Dines, Jean McMahon Humez c1995

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      2. New femininities: Postfeminism, neoliberalism and subjectivity - Rosalind Gill, Christina Scharff, Palgrave Connect 2011 (electronic resource)

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      3. Growing up with girl power: girlhood on screen and in everyday life - Rebecca C. Hains c2012

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  2. Week 1: Introduction 6 items
    1. Week 1 - Key readings 2 items
      1. The gender and media reader - Mary Celeste Kearney 2011

        Book Essential reading Read "Feminist perspectives on the media" by L Van Zoonen

      2. Gender and the media - Rosalind Gill, EBL. 2007 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read chapter 1

    2. Week 1 - Additional readings 4 items
      1. The gender and media reader - Mary Celeste Kearney 2011

        Book  ‘Making her invisible: cultural representations of lesbianism and the lesbian body in the 1990s’ by A. Ciasullo

      2. Sexual identities and the media: an introduction - Wendy Hilton-Morrow, Kathleen Battles, Taylor & Francis 2015 (electronic resource)

        Book  Chapters 1 and 3

      3. The gender and media reader - Mary Celeste Kearney 2011

        Book  Read "The symbolic annihilation of women in the media" by G. Tuchman

  3. Week 2: Kids and gender 14 items
    1. Kids and gender: Key readings 3 items
      1. The consumer society reader - Juliet Schor, Douglas B. Holt 2000

        Book Essential reading "Toy theory: black Barbie and the deep play of difference" by A. Ducille

      2. Feminism and visual culture reader - Amelia Jones

        Book Essential reading "(Toy theory) : Black Barbie and the deep play of difference" by A. Ducille

    2. Kids and gender: Recommended reading 11 items
      1. Princess cultures: mediating girls, imaginations and identities - Miriam Forman-Brunell, Rebecca C. Hains 2014

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      2. Sold separately: children and parents in consumer culture - Ellen Seiter 1995

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  4. Week 3: Mothers 14 items
    1. Mothers: Key readings 2 items
      1. “Chav Mum Chav Scum” - Imogen Tyler 03/2008

        Article Essential reading

    2. Mothers: Further reading 12 items
      1. Shattered: modern motherhood and the illusion of equality - Rebecca Asher 2012

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      2. The mommy myth: the idealization of motherhood and how it has undermined all women - Susan J. Douglas, Meredith W. Michaels 2005

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      3. Against meritocracy: culture, power and myths of mobility - Jo Littler, Taylor & Francis 2018

        Book  Read "Managing the mumpreneur"

      4. Mediating the family: gender, culture, and representation - Estella Tincknell 2005

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      5. Transformations: thinking through feminism - Sara Ahmed 2000

        Book  Read "Reframing pregnant embodiment" by I. Tyler (pages 288-301)

      6. Motherhood: meanings, practices and ideologies - Ann Phoenix, Anne Woollett, Eva Lloyd 1991

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      7. Of woman born: motherhood as experience and institution - Adrienne Cecile Rich 1977

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      8. Identity and difference - Kath Woodward, Open University 1997

        Book  Read "Motherhood: identities, meanings and myths"

  5. Week 4: #MeToo 23 items
    1. #MeToo: Key reading 3 items
    2. #MeToo: Further reading 20 items
      1. Gender and the media - Rosalind Gill, Ebook Central 2007 (electronic resource)

        Book  Chapter 4

      2. SlutWalk: feminism, activism and media - Kaitlynn Mendes 2015 (electronic resource)

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      3. Production studies: cultural studies of media industries - Vicki Mayer, Miranda J. Banks, John Thornton Caldwell 2009

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      4. Space invaders: race, gender and bodies out of place - Nirmal Puwar 2004

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      5. The Collective Power of #MeToo - Sarah Jaffe 2018

        Article Recommended reading

  6. Week 5: Gender, Class, and Reality TV 20 items
    1. Gender, Class, and Reality TV: Key readings 2 items
      1. Lifestyle TV - Laurie Ouellette, Taylor & Francis 2016 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Chapter 2

    2. Gender, Class, and Reality TV: Further readings 18 items
      1. Reality TV: the work of being watched - Mark Andrejevic c2004

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      2. Reality TV: realism and revelation - Anita Biressi, Heather Nunn, Ebook Central 2005

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      3. Makeover television: realities remodelled - Dana A. Heller, Ebook Central 2007

        Book  Read "Programming reality: control societies, new subjects and the powers of transformations" by J. Bratich (pages 6-22)

      4. Reality TV: audiences and popular factual television - Annette Hill 2005

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      5. Understanding reality television - Su Holmes, Deborah Jermyn 2004

        Book  Read "'This is about real people!' Video technologies, actuality and affect in the television crime appeal" by D. Jermyn (pages 71-90)

      6. Reality TV: remaking television culture - Susan Murray, Laurie Ouellette, ACLS Humanities E-Book c2009 (electronic resource)

        Book  Pages 321-342

      7. Makeover television: realities remodelled - Dana A. Heller, Ebook Central 2007

        Book  Read "Makeover morality and consumer culture" by G. Redden (pages 150-164)

      8. Reacting to reality television: performance, audience and value - Beverley Skeggs, Helen Wood, Taylor & Francis 2012 (electronic resource)

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      9. Reality television and class - Helen Wood, Beverley Skeggs, British Film Institute 2011

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  7. Week 6: Reading and reflective learning week 0 items
  8. Week 7: Advertising 14 items
    1. Advertising - Key readings 3 items
      1. Gender and the media - Rosalind Gill, EBL. 2007 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Chapter 3

      2. Gender advertisements - Erving Goffman Oct. 1978

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    2. Advertising: Recommended reading: 11 items
      1. The advertising and consumer culture reader - Joseph Turow, Matthew P. McAllister 2009

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      2. The rebel sell: why the culture can't be jammed - Joseph Heath, Andrew Potter 2005

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      3. Technologies of sexiness: sex, identity, and consumer culture - Adrienne Evans, Sarah Riley, Oxford Scholarship Online Psychology 2015 (electronic resource)

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      4. Technologies of sexiness: sex, identity, and consumer culture - Adrienne Evans, Sarah Riley 2015

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      5. Mainstreaming sex: the sexualization of western culture - Feona Attwood, Ebook Central 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book  Chapters by Bragg & Buckingham; and Maddison in particular

      6. Mainstreaming sex: the sexualization of Western culture - Feona Attwood 2009

        Book  Chapters by Bragg & Buckingham; and Maddison in particular

      7. Female chauvinist pigs: women and the rise of raunch culture - Ariel Levy 2006

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  9. Week 8: Masculinities in the media 9 items
    1. Masculinities: Key readings 2 items
      1. The Routledge companion to media and gender - Cynthia Carter, Linda Steiner, Lisa McLaughlin, Taylor & Francis 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read chapter - 'Holy Grail or Poisoned chalice: Three generations of men’s magazines'

      2. Visual methods in psychology: using and interpreting images in qualitative research - Paula Reavey, Taylor & Francis 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential reading Read chapter - ‘Bend it like Beckham?’

    2. Masculinities: Further reading: 7 items
      1. Building bodies - Pamela L. Moore c1997

        Book  "Reading the male body" by S. Bordo

      2. Cultures of masculinity - Tim Edwards 2006

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      3. Marked men: white masculinity in crisis - Sally Robinson, Ebook Central c2000 (electronic resource)

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      4. Male impersonators: men performing masculinity - Mark Simpson 1994

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  10. Week 9: Body Positivity 8 items
    1. Body Positivity: Key readings 2 items
      1. Aesthetic Labour: Rethinking Beauty Politics in Neoliberalism 2017

        Book Essential reading Read "Just be confident girls!" Confidence chic as neoliberal governmentality" by L. Garcia-Favaro

    2. Body Positivity: Further reading: 6 items
      1. Cold intimacies: the making of emotional capitalism - Eva Illouz 2007

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      2. Self-help, inc: makeover culture in American life - Micki McGee, Ebook Central 2005 (electronic resource)

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  11. Week 10: Disability in Media 15 items
    1. Disability: Key Reading 4 items
      1. Touretteshero: Me, My Mouth and I Saturday, 21 Jul 2018

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      2. Feminist, queer, crip - Alison Kafer 2013

        Book Essential reading Particularly Chapter 4: A Future for Whom? - Passing on Billboard Liberation

      3. Feminist, queer, crip - Alison Kafer 2013

        Book  This is an e-book version of the above book.

    2. Disability: Recommended Reading 11 items
      1. Imagining Disability Futurities - Carla Rice, Eliza Chandler, Jen Rinaldi, Nadine Changfoot 05/2017

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      2. Disability and Representation - Rosemarie Garland-Thomson 2005

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      3. A Media Manifesto - Katie Ellis

        Chapter Recommended reading

      4. The Ruderman White Paper on the Employment of Actors with Disabilities in Television - Danny Woodburn, Kristina Kopić 2016

        Document Recommended reading

  12. Week 11: Looking Forwards, Looking Back 5 items
    1. Looking Forwards, Looking Back: Key readings 3 items
      1. Where the girls are: growing up female with the mass media - Susan J. Douglas c1995

        Book Essential reading Read introduction

      2. The feminine mystique - Betty Friedan 1965

        Book Essential reading Read "The problem that has no name"

      3. Outlaw culture: resisting representations - bell hooks 2006

        Book  Read Introduction and chapter 1

    2. Looking Forwards, Looking Back: Further reading 2 items
      1. Women, race & class - Angela Davis 1982, c1981

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