Author Lori Bindig examines the television seriesDawson's Creek from five ideological aspects: gender, race, class, sexuality, and consumerism.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Youth and Media Culture Chapter 3. Whose Creek is it Anyway? Dawson's Creek and the Politics of Gender Chapter 4. Barely Visible: Traces of Race and Class on Dawson's Creek Chapter 5. Dangerous Women and Safe Homosexuals: Dawson's Creek and Gender Representation Chapter 6. Shop 'til You...Drown: Dawson's Creek and the Promotion of Consumerism Chapter 7. Conclusion
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