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020    0847698351 (pbk. :alk. paper) 
020    0847698343 (alk. paper) 
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050 00 PN1992.8.W6|bF36 2000 
082 00 791.45/652042|221 
090    PN1992.8.W6 F36 2000 
245 00 Fantasy girls :|bgender in the new universe of science 
       fiction and fantasy television /|cedited by Elyce Rae 
260    Lanham, MD :|bRowman & Littlefield,|cc2000. 
300    vii, 273 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tSabrina, the Teenage ...? : Girls, witches, mortals, and
       the limitations of prime-time feminism /|rSarah Projansky 
       and Leah R. Vande Berg --|tCartesian novum of Third Rock 
       from the Sun : gendering human bodies and alien minds /
       |rNicole Matthews and Farah Mendlesohn --|tScully hits the
       glass ceiling : postmodernism, postfeminism, posthumanism,
       and The X-Files /|rLinda Badley --|tLois's locks : trust 
       and representation in Lois and Clark: The New Adventures 
       of Superman /|rRhonda V. Wilcox --|tWhat's happening on 
       Earth? : Mystery Science Theater 3000 as reflection of 
       gender roles and attitudes toward women /|rJessica A. 
       Royer --|tFeminism, queer studies, and the sexual politics
       of Xena: Warrior Princess /|rElyce Rae Helford --|tTo be a
       vampire on Buffy the Vampire Slayer : race and ("other") 
       socially marginalizing positions on horror TV /|rKent A. 
       Ono --|tBiology is not destiny; biology is fantasy : 
       Cinderella, or to dream Disney's "impossible"/possible 
       race relations dream /|rMarleen S. Barr --|tScience, race,
       and gender in Star Trek: Voyager /|rRobin A. Roberts --
       |tConstruction of feminine identity in Babylon 5 /|rSharon
       Ney and Elaine M. Sciog-Lazarov --|tNo ramps in space : 
       the inability to envision accessibility in Star Trek: Deep
       Space Nine /|rHanley E. Kanar. 
650  0 Women on television. 
650  0 Fantasy television programs|zUnited States. 
650  0 Science fiction television programs|zUnited States. 
650  6 Femmes à la télévision. 
650  6 Télévision|xÉmissions fantastiques|zÉtats-Unis. 
650  6 Télévision|xÉmissions de science-fiction|zÉtats-Unis. 
700 1  Helford, Elyce Rae,|d1962- 
935    388450 
994    X0|bRID 
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