With more than 60,000 copies sold since its 1995 publication, Susan Douglas's Where the Girls Are provides an insightful and often funny analysis of TV, magazines, commercials, and news in the 60s and 70s, as well as the pop culture images of women pumped into the mass consciousness by the media. From genies to witches, Jackie O to Betty Friedan, the Flying Nun to MTV, Douglas writes of the impact the mass media had on her personal life as well as on the development of the feminist movement.
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