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Representations of Race and Sexuality on Feminist Web Sites
Unformatted Document Text:  Representations of Race and Sexuality on Feminist Web Sites 19 Endnotes 1 “Men Still Dominate Worldwide Internet Use,” CyberAtlas, http://cyberatlas.internet.com/big_picture/demographics/article/0,,5901_959421,00.html , January 22, 2002. 2 Karen Coyle, “How Hard Can It Be,” in Wired_Women: Gender and New Realities in Cyberspace, Seal Press, 1996, p. 52. 3 Sue Curry Jansen, “Gender and the Information Society: A Socially Structured Silence,” Journal of Communication, Volume 39 (3), Summer, 1989, p. 197. 4 Simone de Beauvoir, “Women and Creativity,” from French Feminist Thought: A Reader, Ed. Toril Moi, Oxford, Basil & Blackwell, 1987, p. 17. 5 Susan, McClary, Feminine Endings: Music, Gender and Sexuality, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1991, p. 19. 6 Paulina Boorsook, “The Memoirs of a Token: An Aging Berkeley Feminist Examines Wired,” in Wired_Women: Gender and New Realities in Cyberspace, Seal Press, 1996, p. 52. 7 Karl Marx, ‘The German Ideology” in The Marx-Engels Reader, 2 nd Ed., Robert C. Tucker, NY, Norton, 1978. 8 Margorie Ferguson, Women’s Magazines and the Cult of Femininity, Heinemann, London, 1983. 9 Francine Prose, “A Wasteland of One’s Own,” New York Times, February 13, 2000, p. 66. 10 Lisbet van Zoonen, “Feminist Perspectives on the Media,” in Mass Media and Society, James Curran and Michael Gurevitch, London, Edward Arnold Press, 1991, p. 42. 11 Simone de Beauvoir, “Women and Creativity,” from French Feminist Thought: A Reader, Ed. Toril Moi, Oxford, Basil & Blackwell, 1987, p. 29. 12 Luce Irigaray, “The Sex Which is Not One,” in Feminisms: An Anthology of Literary Theory and Criticism, ed. Robyn Warhol and Diane Price Herndl, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, NJ, 1997, p. 368-369. 13 Lisbet van Zoonen, “Feminist Perspectives on the Media,” in Mass Media and Society, James Curran and Michael Gurevitch, London, Edward Arnold Press, 1991, p. 39.

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Representations of Race and Sexuality on Feminist Web Sites
19
Endnotes
1
“Men Still Dominate Worldwide Internet Use,” CyberAtlas,
http://cyberatlas.internet.com/big_picture/demographics/article/0,,5901_959421,0
0.html
, January 22, 2002.
2
Karen Coyle, “How Hard Can It Be,” in Wired_Women: Gender and New Realities in
Cyberspace, Seal Press, 1996, p. 52.
3
Sue Curry Jansen, “Gender and the Information Society: A Socially Structured
Silence,” Journal of Communication, Volume 39 (3), Summer, 1989, p. 197.
4
Simone de Beauvoir, “Women and Creativity,” from French Feminist Thought: A
Reader, Ed. Toril Moi, Oxford, Basil & Blackwell, 1987, p. 17.
5
Susan, McClary, Feminine Endings: Music, Gender and Sexuality, Minneapolis,
University of Minnesota Press, 1991, p. 19.
6
Paulina Boorsook, “The Memoirs of a Token: An Aging Berkeley Feminist Examines
Wired,” in Wired_Women: Gender and New Realities in Cyberspace, Seal Press,
1996, p. 52.
7
Karl Marx, ‘The German Ideology” in The Marx-Engels Reader, 2
nd
Ed., Robert C.
Tucker, NY, Norton, 1978.
8
Margorie Ferguson, Women’s Magazines and the Cult of Femininity, Heinemann,
London, 1983.
9
Francine Prose, “A Wasteland of One’s Own,” New York Times, February 13, 2000, p.
66.
10
Lisbet van Zoonen, “Feminist Perspectives on the Media,” in Mass Media and Society,
James Curran and Michael Gurevitch, London, Edward Arnold Press, 1991, p.
42.
11
Simone de Beauvoir, “Women and Creativity,” from French Feminist Thought: A
Reader, Ed. Toril Moi, Oxford, Basil & Blackwell, 1987, p. 29.
12
Luce Irigaray, “The Sex Which is Not One,” in Feminisms: An Anthology of Literary
Theory and Criticism, ed. Robyn Warhol and Diane Price Herndl, Rutgers
University Press, New Brunswick, NJ, 1997, p. 368-369.
13
Lisbet van Zoonen, “Feminist Perspectives on the Media,” in Mass Media and
Society, James Curran and Michael Gurevitch, London, Edward Arnold Press,
1991, p. 39.


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