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Edge of Seventeen: Juvenile Agony and Youth Fantasies in New Queer Adolescence Films
Unformatted Document Text:  Elsaesser, Thomas, 1972. “Tales of Ound and Fury: Observations on the Family Melodrama”. Monogram, No. 4 (pp. 2-15); Reprinted in Gledhill, Christine (Ed.), 2002 (1987). Home Is Where the Heart Is: Studies in Melodrama and the Women’s Film (pp. 43-69). London: British Film Institute. Farmer, Brett, 2000. Spectacular Passions: Cinema, Fantasy, Gay Male Spectatorship. Durham and London: Duke University Press. Feuer, Jane. “Melodrama, Serial Form and Television”. Screen, Vol. 25, No. 1 (January-February 1984), pp. 4-16. Get Real (UK / South Africa 1998). Directed by Simon Shore; Produced by Stephen Taylor; Distant Horizon / Graphite Film / British Screen / Art Council of England / National Film TruSte Company; 110 min. Gibson, P., 1989. “Gay Male and Lesbian Youth Suicide” in Feinleib, M. (Ed.), Prevention and Intervention in Youth Suicide: Report to the Secretary’s Task Force on Youth Suicide, Vol. 3 (pp. 110-42). Washington DC: US Department of Health and Human Services. Gove, Ben, 1996. “Framing Gay Youth”. Screen, Vol. 37, No. 2 (pp. 174-92). Gross, Larry, 1996. “You’re the First Person I’ve Ever Told: Letters to a Fictional Gay Teen” in Bronsky, Michael (Ed.), Talking Liberties: Gay Men’s Essays on Politics, Culture, and Sex (pp. 369-86). New York: Richard Kosak. Harris, Daniel, 1997. The Rise and Fall of Gay Culture. New York: Ballantine. Harsin, Steven, D., 1991. “Pathfinder: Developing a male gay identity”. Collection Building, Vol. 11, No. 4 (pp. 31-36). Hocquenghem, Guy, 1978. Homosexual Desire. Translated by Daniella Dangoor. London: Allison and Busby. Hunter, Joyce, 1990. “Violence against Lesbian and Gay Male Youths”. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, No. 5 (pp. 295-300). Kielswasser, Alfred P. and Michelle A. Wolf, 1992. “Mainstream Television, Adolescent Homosexuality, and Significant Silence”. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, No. 9 (pp. 350-73). Klinger, Barbara, 1994. “Mass Camp and the Old Hollywood Melodrama Today” in Melodrama and Meaning: History, Culture, and the Films of Douglas Sirk (pp. 132-56). Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press. Neale, Steven, 1980. Genre. London: British Film Institute. Padva, Gilad, “Heavenly Monsters: The Politics of the Male Body in the Naked Issue of Attitude Magazine”. International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies, Vol. 7, No. 4, October 2002 (pp. 281-292). Padva, Gilad, 2000 ł “Priscilla Fights Back: The Politicization of Camp Subculture”. Journal of Communication Inquiry, Vol. 24, No. 2, April 2000 (pp. 216-243). Rich, B. Rubi. “New Queer Cinema”. Sight and Sound, Vol. 2, No. 5, August 1992 (pp. 31-4). Russo, Vito, 1987 (1981). The Celluloid Closet: Homosexuality in the Movies. New York: Harper and Row. Sears, James, T., 1997. “Thinking Critically/Intervening Effectively About Heterosexism and Homophobia: A Twenty-Five-Year Research Retrospective” in Sears, James T. and Walter L. Williams (Eds.), Overcoming Heterosexism and Homophobia: Strategies that Work (pp. 13-47). New York: Columbia University Press.

Authors: Padva, Gilad.
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Elsaesser, Thomas, 1972. “Tales of Ound and Fury: Observations on the Family Melodrama”.
Monogram, No. 4 (pp. 2-15); Reprinted in Gledhill, Christine (Ed.), 2002 (1987). Home Is Where the
Heart Is: Studies in Melodrama and the Women’s Film
(pp. 43-69). London: British Film Institute.
Farmer, Brett, 2000. Spectacular Passions: Cinema, Fantasy, Gay Male Spectatorship. Durham and
London: Duke University Press.

Feuer, Jane. “Melodrama, Serial Form and Television”. Screen, Vol. 25, No. 1 (January-February
1984), pp. 4-16.

Get Real
(UK / South Africa 1998). Directed by Simon Shore; Produced by Stephen Taylor; Distant
Horizon / Graphite Film / British Screen / Art Council of England / National Film TruSte Company;
110 min.

Gibson, P., 1989. “Gay Male and Lesbian Youth Suicide” in Feinleib, M. (Ed.), Prevention and
Intervention in Youth Suicide: Report to the Secretary’s Task Force on Youth Suicide
, Vol. 3 (pp. 110-
42). Washington DC: US Department of Health and Human Services.

Gove, Ben, 1996. “Framing Gay Youth”. Screen, Vol. 37, No. 2 (pp. 174-92).

Gross, Larry, 1996. “You’re the First Person I’ve Ever Told: Letters to a Fictional Gay Teen” in
Bronsky, Michael (Ed.), Talking Liberties: Gay Men’s Essays on Politics, Culture, and Sex (pp. 369-
86). New York: Richard Kosak.

Harris, Daniel, 1997. The Rise and Fall of Gay Culture. New York: Ballantine.

Harsin, Steven, D., 1991. “Pathfinder: Developing a male gay identity”. Collection Building, Vol. 11,
No. 4 (pp. 31-36).

Hocquenghem, Guy, 1978. Homosexual Desire. Translated by Daniella Dangoor. London: Allison and
Busby.

Hunter, Joyce, 1990. “Violence against Lesbian and Gay Male Youths”. Journal of Interpersonal
Violence
, No. 5 (pp. 295-300).

Kielswasser, Alfred P. and Michelle A. Wolf, 1992. “Mainstream Television, Adolescent
Homosexuality, and Significant Silence”. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, No. 9 (pp. 350-73).

Klinger, Barbara, 1994. “Mass Camp and the Old Hollywood Melodrama Today” in Melodrama and
Meaning: History, Culture, and the Films of Douglas Sirk
(pp. 132-56). Bloomington and Indianapolis:
Indiana University Press.

Neale, Steven, 1980. Genre. London: British Film Institute.

Padva, Gilad, “Heavenly Monsters: The Politics of the Male Body in the Naked Issue of Attitude
Magazine”. International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies, Vol. 7, No. 4, October 2002 (pp.
281-292).

Padva, Gilad, 2000
ł
Priscilla Fights Back: The Politicization of Camp Subculture”. Journal of
Communication Inquiry, Vol. 24, No. 2, April 2000 (pp. 216-243).

Rich, B. Rubi. “New Queer Cinema”. Sight and Sound, Vol. 2, No. 5, August 1992 (pp. 31-4).

Russo, Vito, 1987 (1981). The Celluloid Closet: Homosexuality in the Movies. New York: Harper and
Row.

Sears, James, T., 1997. “Thinking Critically/Intervening Effectively About Heterosexism and
Homophobia: A Twenty-Five-Year Research Retrospective” in Sears, James T. and Walter L. Williams
(Eds.), Overcoming Heterosexism and Homophobia: Strategies that Work (pp. 13-47). New York:
Columbia University Press.


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