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Teen Magazines’ Influence on the Socialization and Identity of African-American Girls

Authors
  • Devona L. Dixon (Colorado State University)
  • Marianne C. Bickle (Colorado State University)

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to examine the influence teen magazines' content had on African-American teenage girls (AATGs). Data were collected on teen magazines' content, girls' socialization process, and identity. Reading behavior and the sample's demographics were also collected.

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Dixon, D. L. & Bickle, M. C., (1998) “Teen Magazines’ Influence on the Socialization and Identity of African-American Girls”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 1999(1).

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Published on
31 Dec 1998
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