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Girls grow up on big and little screens, and sometimes the thinking about girls and girlhood grows, too. American mainstream cinema, a timid enterprise dependent on formulas and genres, can be mind-blowingly retrograde when it comes to women and girls. And while an occasional woman or girl rules the box office, too many of their on-screen sisters are sidelined or just left out of the picture. Yet Katniss, her screen sisters and the industry have a very long way to go.
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October 6, It took Leslie T. Chang two years to nail down the story she was after. Then she returned with them to their home villages to better understand the radical break they had made with Chinese family traditions. In recent years, foreign correspondents have reported on the exploitation of migrant workers.
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The angry black woman stereotype is a trope in American society that portrays African-American women as sassy, ill-mannered, and ill-tempered by nature. Related concepts are the " sapphire " or "sassy black woman". Scholars Dionne Bennett and Marcyliena Morgan suggest that the stereotype is less studied than the mammy and Jezebel archetypes because researchers accept it as true. West sees it as "passion and righteous indignation