1. Readers: Characterized, Implied, Actual
  2. Mavis Reimer
  3. pp. 1-12
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  1. The Mirror Staged: Images of Babies in Baby Books
  2. Perry Nodelman
  3. pp. 13-39
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  1. La dialectique de l’espace dans Harry Potter: le motif du passage secret
  2. Caroline de Launay
  3. pp. 40-60
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  1. Breaking Faith: Disrupted Expectations and Ownership in Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight Saga
  2. Rachel Hendershot Parkin
  3. pp. 61-85
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  1. The Participation Paradox, or Agency and Sociality in Contemporary Youth Cultures
  2. Stuart R. Poyntz
  3. pp. 110-119
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  1. Participatory Media: Lessons from the 1960s
  2. Zoë Druick
  3. pp. 120-127
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  1. “Everything must go!”: Consumerism and Reader Positioning in M. T. Anderson’s Feed
  2. Clare Bradford
  3. pp. 128-137
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  1. “Excuse us if we don’t give a fuck”: The (Anti-)Political Career of Participation
  2. Darin Barney
  3. pp. 138-146
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  1. Writing the Holocaust for Children: On the Representation of Unimaginable Atrocity
  2. Adam Muller
  3. pp. 147-164
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  1. Les mouvements propulseurs du rire: le cas Mélanie Watt
  2. Laurent Poliquin
  3. pp. 165-171
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  1. Neo-Paganism for Teens
  2. Catherine Tosenberger
  3. pp. 172-182
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