'Mean Girls' and Female Adolescent Development
A look at Mark Waters' film 'Mean Girls' and female adolescent development in North America.
# 136779 | 1,750 words | 6 sources | APA | 2007 |
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Anthropology (Cultural) , Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.) , Child, Youth Issues (Teen, Adult Issues) , Gender and Sexuality (General)
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This paper refers to the popular film, 'Mean Girls', in relation to three important concepts of female adolescent development as experienced by millions in North America. Mark Waters' film refers to matters of adolescents and their family relationships, to preoccupations with appearance and female body image, and the importance of the peer group and personal popularity.
From the Paper:"The viewer of the film who reads on these topics is left to question the extents to which each has become much more powerful an influence over female experiences of adolescence, through time, as ..."
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