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Mediated Youth

Edited By Sharon R. Mazzarella

Mediated Youth publishes cutting-edge new research on the cultures, artifacts, and media of children, tweens, teens, and college-aged youth. Whether studying television, popular music, fashion, sports, toys, the Internet, self-publishing, leisure, clubs, school cultures/activities, film, dance, language, tie-in merchandising, concerts, subcultures, or other forms of popular culture, books in this series go beyond the dominant paradigm of traditional studies of the effects of media/culture on youth.

Instead, works published in this series endeavor to understand the complex relationship between youth and popular culture, and, whenever possible, will include the voices of youth themselves.