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Gerry Bloustien is a senior lecturer in Communications at the University of South Australia.
..".this is a powerful book with much to offer readers interested in girls' studies. It records and analyzes girls in the act of recording and analyzing themselves, a reflective practice that needs to continue in other media as well if we are ever to understand more about both identity construction and the technical tools that enable or accelerate it." Feminist Collections "Through her careful and sensitive navigation of issues such as growing up and finding a voice for oneself in the murkiness of living as a teenager, Bloustien presents a cogent analysis of the challenges and victories experienced by these adolescent girls... The sensitivity with which she approaches her subjects and the issues they face give her credibility and makes her work both believable and moving." Journal of Sociology ..".a big, rich book...a well-crafted book. Just like teenage girls, it is dramatic, entertaining, and endearing." JRAI ..". an exhaustive study, theoretically sophisticated, beautifully written, and an enlightening read." Australian Women's Book Review