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Sexual Messages in Black and White: A case study of Essence and Cosmo
Unformatted Document Text:  Machin, D. & Thornborrow, J. (2003). Branding and discourse. The case of Cosmpolitan and Essence. Discourse & Society , 14, 453-. Matsau, L. (2007). The construction of female sexuality: A comparison of Essence and Cosmopolitan magazines. Unpublished thesis. Howard University. McMahon, K. (1990). The Cosmopolitan ideology and the management of desire. Journal of Sex Research, 27(3), 381-396. Ouelette, L. (2011). Inventing the Cosmo girl: Class identity and girl-style American dreams. In G. Dines & J. M. Humez (Eds.), Gender, race and class in media: A critical reader (221- 233). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Panteá, F. & Braun, V. (2006). ‘Most of us guys are raring to go anytime, anyplace, anywhere’: Male and female sexuality in Cleo and Cosmo. Sex Roles, 55, 295-310. Rosen, R. (2000). The world split open: How the modern women’s movement changed America. New York: Penguin Books. Rowbotham, S. (1997). A century of women: The history of women in Britain and the United States. New York: Viking. Settles, I. H.; Pratt-Hyatt, J. S.; Buchanan, N. T. (2008). Through the lens of race: Black and White women’s perceptions of womanhood. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 32, 454- 468. Van Zoonen, L. (1994). Feminist media studies. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. 20

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Machin, D. & Thornborrow, J. (2003). Branding and discourse. The case of Cosmpolitan and 
Essence.  Discourse & Society , 14, 453-.
Matsau, L.  (2007).  The construction of female sexuality:  A comparison of Essence and 
Cosmopolitan magazines.  Unpublished thesis.  Howard University.
McMahon, K.  (1990). The Cosmopolitan ideology and the management of desire. Journal of 
Sex Research, 27(3), 381-396.
Ouelette, L. (2011). Inventing the Cosmo girl: Class identity and girl-style American dreams. In 
G. Dines & J. M. Humez (Eds.), Gender, race and class in media: A critical reader (221-
233). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Panteá, F. & Braun, V. (2006). ‘Most of us guys are raring to go anytime, anyplace, anywhere’: 
Male and female sexuality in Cleo and Cosmo.  Sex Roles, 55, 295-310.
Rosen, R.  (2000).  The world split open: How the modern women’s movement changed America
New York: Penguin Books.
Rowbotham, S.  (1997).  A century of women: The history of women in Britain and the United  
States.  New York: Viking.
Settles, I. H.; Pratt-Hyatt, J. S.; Buchanan, N. T. (2008). Through the lens of race: Black and 
White women’s perceptions of womanhood. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 32, 454-
Van Zoonen, L. (1994).  Feminist media studies.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

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