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Heroes of the 21st Century

By Peter Mason
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  • Publisher : Holon Publishing / Collective Press
  • Isbn : N.a
  • Pages : 296
  • Category : Books
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This book explores how the next generation of teen and young adult heroines in popular culture are creating a new feminist ideal for the 21st century. • Provides a new roadmap to analyze teen and young-adult heroines in popular culture • Compares a broad range of strong female characters from a variety of genres and different media • Addresses compelling philosophical debates about female embodiment and technology in popular culture • Examines several philosophical arguments about human subjectivity, including posthumanism, with accessible examples