After the Great Depression the notion of a distinct teenage stage of life began to emerge in the United States. Popular culture has been central in shaping and reflecting teen culture in music, television, film, fashion, cyberspace, and other venues. This anthology examines teens as consumers and producers of popular culture to better understand the complex connections between popular culture and the American teenager.
"Fascinating, informative reading as well as a solid research support; a generous, annotated selection of additional resources is appended.:
-- Booklist (April 2002)
Price: US $40.80