1. Traces
  2. Mavis Reimer
  3. pp. 1-8
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  1. "Difference That Is Actually Sameness Mass-Reproduced": Barbie Joins the Princess Convergence
  2. Lisa Orr
  3. pp. 9-30
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  1. Représentations des identités masculine et féminine en littérature jeunesse d'Afrique et du Canada: Quelques exemples
  2. Joseph Nnadi
  3. pp. 52-66
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  1. "Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid": Discourses of the Sexual Abuse of Boys
  2. Marc Ouellette
  3. pp. 67-93
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  1. Listening and Collaborating: Calling Home
  2. Margaret Steffler
  3. pp. 96-104
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  1. Home Away from Home: One US Reader's Response to Home Words
  2. Philip Nel
  3. pp. 105-111
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  1. Home Words: Maisons, liens familiaux et affinités électives dans le roman québécois pour adolescents
  2. Claire Le Brun
  3. pp. 112-124
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  1. Negotiating Canadian Culture Through Youth Television: Discourse on Degrassi
  2. Suzanne Rintoul, Quintin Zachary Hewlett
  3. pp. 125-147
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  1. Intertextual Resonances in Seven Novels
  2. Sam Hester
  3. pp. 148-168
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  1. Niche Marketing and the (Shallow) World of Crabtree
  2. Lissa Paul
  3. pp. 169-183
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  1. Clones and Other Formulas in Science Fiction for Young Readers
  2. Elaine Ostry
  3. pp. 184-202
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  1. Girlness and Guyness: Gender Trouble in Young Adult Literature
  2. Laura M. Robinson
  3. pp. 203-222
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  1. Pretty Sweet?: Hegemonic Masculinity, Female Physicality, and the Regulation of Gender in a Vintage Book Series for Girls
  2. Ellen Singleton
  3. pp. 31-51
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  1. Introduction: Some Words on Home Words
  2. Benjamin Lefebvre
  3. pp. 94-95
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