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...e ideological ambiguity in the media as she analyzes the growing recognition of teenage girls as both powerful nation and customers, causing both optimistic and pessimistic outcomes. For that reason, through both Hall and Weiser’s focal argument about the ideological ambiguity in mass media, the use of postmodern motion picture images effectively leads us to succeed in its attempt to comprehend and develop the redefining the ideological abstraction within the media as it causes optimistic and pessimistic values.
Stuart Hall. “The Whites of Their Eyes.” Gender, Race and Class in Media. Gail Dines and Jean M. Humez. LA: SAGE Publications, Inc., 1995. 18-22.
Sarah Banet-Weiser. “Girls Rule! Gender, Feminism, and Nickelodeon.” Feminist Television Criticism. Charlotte Brunsdon and Lynn Spigel. 2nd Edition. NY: Open University Press, 2008. 191-210.
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