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📒Schoolgirls ✍ Peggy Orenstein
✏Schoolgirls Book Summary : A NEW YORK TIMES NOTABLE BOOK OF THE YEAR When Peggy Orenstein's now-classic examination of young girls and self-esteem was first published, it set off a groundswell that continues to this day. Inspired by an American Association of University Women survey that showed a steep decline in confidence as girls reach adolescence, Orenstein set out to explore the obstacles girls face--in school, in the hoime, and in our culture. For this intimate, girls' eye view of the world, Orenstein spent months observing and interviewing eighth-graders from two ethnically disparate communities, seeking to discover what was causing girls to fall into traditional patterns of self-censorship and self-doubt. By taking us into the lives of real young women who are struggling with eating disorders, sexual harrassment, and declining academic achievement, Orenstein brings the disturbing statistics to life with the skill and flair of an experienced journalist. Uncovering the adolescent roots of issues that remain important to American women throughout their lives, this groundbreaking book challenges us to change the way we raise and educate girls.
📒Schoolgirls Money And Rebellion In Japan ✍ Sharon Kinsella
✏Schoolgirls Money and Rebellion in Japan Book Summary : Japanese society in the 1990s and 2000s produced a range of complicated material about sexualized schoolgirls, and few topics have caught the imagination of western observers so powerfully. While young Japanese girls had previously been portrayed as demure and obedient, in training to become the obedient wife and prudent mother, in recent years less than demure young women have become central to urban mythology and the content of culture. The cultic fascination with the figure of a deviant school girl, which has some of its earliest roots in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, likewise re-emerged and proliferated in fascinating and timely ways in the 1990s and 2000s. Through exploring the history and politics underlying the cult of girls in contemporary Japanese media and culture, this book presents a striking picture of contemporary Japanese society from the 1990s to the start of the 2010s. At its core is an in-depth case study of the media delight and panic surrounding delinquent prostitute schoolgirls. Sharon Kinsella traces this social panic back to male anxieties relating to gender equality and female emancipation in Japan. In each chapter in turn, the book reveals the conflicted, nostalgic, pornographic, and at times distinctly racialized manner, in which largely male sentiments about this transformation of gender relations have been expressed. The book simultaneously explores the stylistic and flamboyant manner in which young women have reacted to the weight of an obsessive and accusatory male media gaze. Covering the often controversial subjects of compensated dating (enjo kôsai), the role of porn and lifestyle magazines, the historical sources and politicized social meanings of the schoolgirl, and the racialization of fashionable girls, Schoolgirls, Money, Rebellion in Japan will be invaluable to students and scholars of Japanese culture and society, sociology, anthropology, gender and women's studies.
📒The Fifteen Schoolgirls ✍ Dick Tahta
✏The Fifteen Schoolgirls Book Summary : A famous problem found in books on mathematical recreations was first proposed in an annual in 1850 by a vicar and amateur mathematician, Thomas Kirkman. Fifteen schoolgirls walk out three abreast for seven days and it was required to arrange each day's walk so that any pair of girls were only once in the same row during the week. The puzzle arose from Kirkman's work on a more general mathematical problem which he was to explore in a number of published articles over the next few years. Much of his work was ignored at the time, but it involved various combinatorial ideas that have now become of some interest and importance. He was also interested in a range of other mathematics, such as the theory of polyhedra, the newly developing theory of groups, and the classification of knots. He was respected by many of his professionals and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. This book presents a brief account of the original problem and some of the ways it has been generalised and eventually solved. It also surveys in a not too technical way, some of the other work of a remarkable nineteenth-century polymath.
📒Sisters Schoolgirls And Sleuths ✍ Carolyn Carpan
✏Sisters Schoolgirls and Sleuths Book Summary : Girls series books have been popular since the early 1840s, when books about Cousin Lucy, a young girl who learns about the world around her, first appeared. Since then, scores of series books have followed, several of them highly successful, and featuring some of the most enduring characters in fiction, such as Nancy Drew. In recent decades, series books like The Baby-Sitters Club and Sweet Valley High have become staples for young readers everywhere. In Sisters, Schoolgirls, and Sleuths: Girls' Series Books in America, Carolyn Carpan provides a social history of girls' series fiction published in America from the mid-19th century through the early 21st century. Carpan examines popular series, subgenres, themes, and characters found in approximately 100 series, noting how teenage girls are portrayed in girls' series fiction and how girls' series reflect or subvert the culture of the era in which they are produced. Her study also focuses on the creation, writing, and production of such books. This is the first study of American girls' series books to examine the entire genre from its beginnings in the 1840s to the present day, revealing facts about a sub-genre of children's and young adult literature that has rarely been studied. Appendixes in this volume include a listing of the girls' series covered in the book as well as important books about girls' series fiction.
📒The Pocket Book For Schoolgirls 1958 ✍ Carlton Wallace
✏The Pocket Book for Schoolgirls 1958 Book Summary : Offers lists of statistics and facts on schoolwork, etiquette, cookery, needlework, camping and guiding, and sport, in a guide designed for schoolgirls in the 1950s.
📒A Pair Of Schoolgirls A School Story ✍ Angela Brazil
✏A Pair of Schoolgirls A School Story Book Summary : “A Pair of Schoolgirls” is a 1912 fictional story by English author Angela Brazil. It follows the story of Dorothy and the trails she faces being a young girl at an all-girls day school in England. Another entertaining and beautifully-illustrated school girls' tale by one of the creators of the genre, this book is highly recommended for young girls and lovers of the schoolgirl fiction genre, and it is not to be missed by those who have read and enjoyed others works by this author. Angela Brazil (1868 – 1947) was an English author most famous for being one of the first writers of "modern schoolgirls' stories". Her stories were presented from the characters' point of view and were written primarily as entertainment rather than moral instruction. During the first half of the 20th century, Brazil published nearly 50 such books, with the vast majority being set in English boarding schools. Brazil's work had a significant influence on changing the nature of fiction for girls. Her charters were chiefly young females, active, independent, and aware. Brazil's books were often considered to be immoral and deviant, leading to their being burned or banned by many Headteachers in girls schools across Britain. Other notable works by this author include: “The School in the Forest” (1944), “Three Terms at Uplands” (1945), “The School on the Loch” (1946). Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new biography of the author.
📒Chicana Adolescents ✍ Lisa C. Dietrich
✏Chicana Adolescents Book Summary : Provides a socio-cultural examination of family, education, sexuality, identity, gang culture, and other issues, based on the author's detailed study of dozens of Chicana adolescents in a working-class neighborhood in southern California. Throughout, the author integrates recent scholarship and offe
📒Stories For Schoolgirls ✍ Stories
✏Stories for Schoolgirls Book Summary :
📒Charles Blackman ✍ Kendrah Morgan
✏Charles Blackman Book Summary : Exhibition catalogue to accompany the Heide Museum of Modern Art exhibition of the same title, March - June 2017
📒Talking Of Silence ✍ Carrie M. H. Herbert
✏Talking of Silence Book Summary : This book outlines a research project, concerned with the sexual harrassment of thirteen girls and the way in which a group of Inner London girls disclosed their experiences of sexual violence as children.