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According to Crane (1999), some scholars have suggested that women in their teens and twenties view images identified with hegemonic femininity (such as Madonna’s attitude toward her sexuality) A. differently compared to middle-aged women and feminist interpretation of it B. as indicators of being in control of their sexuality C. not as signs of passivity D. All of the above
Weegy: A. differently compared to middle-aged women and feminist interpretation of it User: Based on the analysis of fashion photographs published in the Vogue magazine from 1947 until the 1990s, Crane (1999) demonstrates that A. the basic approach to the model’s body has remained the same over the decades B. showing the latest trends in clothing for women ceased to be the main goal of the magazine C. models are increasingly shown in dominant positions D. the photographs and content are increasingly directed at female readership (More)
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According to Crane (1999), some scholars have suggested that women in their teens and twenties view images identified with hegemonic femininity (such as Madonna’s attitude toward her sexuality) is D. All of the above.
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Based on the analysis of fashion photographs published in the Vogue magazine from 1947 until the 1990s, Crane (1999) demonstrates that
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According to Jarmakani (2010), one of the issues with the sheikh romance novels is that A. the qualities of an intelligent and courageous heroine are only expressed through the white heroine while the oppressed Arab women is a “compelling absent presence” B. it does not give full agency to the white heroine C. the plot is usually not very realistic D. they are not very popular
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The correct answer is A. The qualitites of an intelligent and courageous heroine are only expressed through the white heroine while oppressed arab women is a compelling absent presence.
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Jarmakani (2010) argues that sheikh romance novels function as B.narratives that speak to the anxieties and fears of late modern forms of power

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