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Drawing on ethnographic research and newspaper reports, Sarah Baker discusses young girls' physical behaviours at promotional appearances of pop stars in Adelaide shopping malls. Specifically, the article looks at how young girls are stereotyped and derided as 'screamers' at these performances, and also considers the potential of their praxis to transform shopping space into something Other.
Youth Studies Australia
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