Vol 9, No 3 (2010)

Special Issue: Popular Culture

Edited by Chloé Avril

Table of Contents


Introduction PDF
Chloé Avril 1-9
Robert Louis Stevenson and Popular Culture PDF
Linda Dryden 11-24
Beyond the Abyss: Jack London and the Working Class PDF
Ronald Paul 25-40
Whose Rules Rule?: Grammar Controversies, Popular Culture and the Fear of English from Below PDF
Joe Trotta 41-65
Eating 'Local': The Politics of Post-Statehood Hawaiian Cookbooks PDF
Amy Reddinger 67-87
Feeding the World a Line?: Celebrity Activism and Ethical Consumer Practices From Live Aid to Product Red PDF
H. Louise Davis 89-118
Pretty in Pink: The Susan G. Komen Network and the Branding of the Breast Cancer Cause PDF
Laurie Gilmore Selleck 119-138
Patron Saint of Lost Causes, Live on the BBC: The Yes Men, Humour and the Possibility of Politics PDF
Carolyn Veldstra 139-153
Remaking Feminism: Or Why Is Postfeminism So Boring? PDF
Imelda Whelehan 155-172
More for the Fit: Gender and Class in the Representation of Designated Adoption in a Selection of U.S. Television Series PDF
Chloé Avril 173-195
“In movies, someone always has to play the bad guy”: Mediatized Subjectivities and Youth Media Production PDF
Michelle Stack 197-214

Book Notice

Zinn, Howard, Mike Konopacki, and Paul Buhle. 2008. A People's History of American Empire: A Graphic Adaptation. New York: Metropolitan Books PDF
Ronald Paul 215-216


About the Contributors PDF
Volume 9 Issue 3 217-219

Complete Issue

Volume 9 Issue 3 PDF
Complete Issue 1-219