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Unformatted text preview: 2-10-20101990s ganguro – lack of interest in careersko-gyarukodomo-garuchild-girl – indicates that they want to be children forevera short history of female rebellion in the twentieth century reveals that rebellion manifests in differenr modes of womanhood at different historical momentssomething seen as rebellious can be seen as fashionable/trend nowrebellious female culture emerges from the interaction between state- and later media-generated elements and girls and women themselvesmeans different things to different women from different socioeconomic backgroundcan be political or apolitical but often ends up feeding into the capitalistic market economytrends do not usually emerge from rural villagesanti-social does not mean a refusal to consume, the girls spend a lot of money acquire these products/clothes, there is a sense of conservativeness women who engage in these subcultures are likely to be from low socioeconomic backgroundsAnn Kaneko - “Overstay” Documentary seen on Monday...
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2010 for the course SOC 63 taught by Professor Sabinefruhstuck during the Winter '10 term at UCSB.
- Winter '10