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Canadian Soc. & Anthropology Assocn.[LeBlanc] draws on her insider experiences and insights and on the field research and interviews she carried out with 40 self-identified punk girls in her travels to New Orleans, Atlanta, Montréal and San Francisco. . . . As an 'ethnography of gender resistance' and inside look at punk subculture, this very impressive study is of theoretical interest to sociologists, cultural researchers and feminist theorists while also sufficiently fascinating and accessible to appeal to a more general audience.
—(Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association)