Volume 6, Issue 1, Summer 2014

Table of Contents

Special Issue on Consumption

Editorial

Consumption

pp. 1-12
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Articles

Meat, Masculinity, and Pathologized Adolescence in Michael Logan’s Apocalypse Cow and Scott Westerfeld’s Peeps

pp. 13-35
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The Girls Who Do Not Eat: Food, Hunger, and Thinness in Meg Rosoff’s How I Live Now and Laurie Halse Anderson’s Wintergirls

pp. 36-55
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Gazing Forward, Not Looking Back: Comfort Food without Nostalgia in the Novels of Polly Horvath

pp. 56-76
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Advertising the Self: The Culture of Personality in E. B. White’s Charlotte’s Web

pp. 77-94
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Remediating Tinker Bell: Exploring Childhood and Commodification through a Century-Long Transmedia Narrative

pp. 95-118
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The Netflix Effect: Teens, Binge Watching, and On-Demand Digital Media Trends

pp. 119-138
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Masculinity, Makeovers, and the Ethics of Consumption in Japanese Films for Young People

pp. 139-162
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Reviews

Culinary Culture in Asian/North American Coming-of-Age Literature

pp. 163-178
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Defining, Managing, and Dictating Children’s Bodies: Discourses of “Good” Food and the Politics of “Growing”

pp. 179-186
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