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Professor Writes Book on Popular TV Show Gossip Girl
SHU News (2015)
  • Lori Bindig
Abstract
Her research spans a variety of fields, but primarily focuses on the intersection of media and youth culture, with an emphasis on femininity within consumer culture. Her newest book explores the cultural impact of the hit teen television show Gossip Girl. Through a critical cultural studies lens, Bindig examines the media industry practices responsible for the creation of the Gossip Girl book and television series, as well as the underlying values regarding the show’s representations of gender, race, class, sexuality and consumerism.
Publication Date
April 1, 2015
Citation Information
Sacred Heart University (2015, Apr. 1). Professor Writes Book on Popular TV Show Gossip Girl. SHU News site. Retrieved from http://www.sacredheart.edu/aboutshu/news/newsstories/2015/april/professor-writes-book-on-popular-tv-show-gossip-girl.html