Girl Trouble: Panic and Progress in the History of Young Women

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Descriptions : Horror, scandal and moral panic The popular fascination with the moral decline of young women has permeated society for over a hundred years Be it flappers, beat girls, dolly birds or ladettes, public outrage at girls perceived permissiveness has been a mass media staple with each changing generation Eminent social historian Carol Dyhouse examines what it really means Horror, scandal and moral panic The popular fascination with the moral decline of young women has permeated society for over a hundred years Be it flappers, beat girls, dolly birds or ladettes, public outrage at girls perceived permissiveness has been a mass media staple with each changing generation Eminent social historian Carol Dyhouse examines what it really means and has meant to be a girl growing up in the swirl of twentieth century social change in this detailed, factual and empathetic history Dyhouse uses studies, interviews, articles and news items to piece together the story of girlhood, clearly demonstrating the value of feminism and other liberating cultural shifts in expanding girls aspirations and opportunities, in spite of the negative press that has accompanied these freedoms.This is a sparkling, panoramic account of the ever evolving opportunities and challenges for girls, the new ways they have able to present and speak up for themselves, and the popular hysteria that has frequently accompanied their progress










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