Works cited for Amanda’s Paper Presentation at Breaking the Glass Frame (2018): An Examination of Lauren Montgomery’s Influence on Modern Superhero Pop Culture.
USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative/Annenberg Foundation
Dr. Stacy L. Smith, Marc Choueiti, Dr. Katherine Pieper, Ariana Case, & Angel Choi, Inequality in 1,100 Popular Films: Examining Portrayals of Gender, Race/Ethnicity, LGBT & Disability from 2007 to 2017 (July 2018)
Dr. Stacy L. Smith, Marc Choueiti, Dr. Katherine Pieper, Inclusion in the Director’s Chair? Gender, Race & Age of Directors Across 1,100 Films from 2007-2017 (January 2018) (USC Annenberg, School for Communication and Journalism)
Center for the Study of Women in Television & Film, San Diego State University
Dr. Martha M Lauzen, “Boxed In 2017-18: Women On Screen and Behind the Scenes in Television” Center for the Study of Women in Television & Film, San Diego State University (September 2018)
Dr. Martha M Lauzen, “It’s a Man’s (Celluloid) World: Portrayals of Female Characters in the 100 Top Films of 2017”. Center for the Study of Women in Television & Film, San Diego State University (2017)
See Jane, Gina Davis Institute on Gender in Media
Motion Picture Association of America
UCLA College Social Sciences
Dr. Darnell Hunt, Dr. Ana-Christina Ramón, Michael Tran, Amberia Sargent, and Debanjan Roychoudhury
Peer Reviewed Articles:
Boe, Josh L. & Rebecca J. Woods, “Parents’ Influence on Infants’ Gender-Typed Toy Preferences”, Sex Roles (2018) 79:358–373, Published online: 3 November 2017
Baker,K., & Raney, A.A.(2007). “Equally super?: Gender-role stereotyping of superheroes in children’s animated programs”. Mass Communication & Society, 10, 25 – 41 (dec 2007) Kaysee Baker and Arthur A Raney Vol 10, 2007 issue 1
Coyne, S., Linder, J., Rasmussen, E., Nelson, D., & Collier, K. (2014). It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a gender stereotype!: Longitudinal associations between superhero viewing and gender stereotyped play. Sex Roles, 70, 416–430. Link
Hentges, Beth & Kim Case (2013) “Gender Representations on Disney Channel, Cartoon Network, and Nickelodeon Broadcasts in the United States”, Journal of Children and Media, 7:3, 319-333. Link
Scott, Suzanne (2017) #Wheresrey?: Toys, spoilers, and the gender politics of franchise paratexts, Critical Studies in Media Communication, 34:2, 138-147 Link
Stabile, C. A. (2009). Sweetheart, this ain’t gender studies: Sexism and superheroes. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 6, 86–92. Link
Banet-Weiser, Sarah, Kids Rule!: Nickelodeon and Consumer Citizenship Duke University Press. 2007.
Brown, Jeffery A. The Modern Superhero in Film and Television: Popular Genre and American Culture. Routledge Advances in Comics Studies. New York: 2017.
Gray II, Richard J. “Vivacious Vixens and Scintillanting Super-Hotties: Desconstructing the Superheroine” The 21st Century Superhero: Essays on Gender, Genre and Globalization in Film edited by Richard J. Gray II, Betty Kaklamanidou
Lemish, Dafna, Screening Gender on Children’s Television: The Views of Producers around the World 1st Edition. Routledge, New York: 2010.
Online Source/Articles and Publications:
Graph on Superhero Market Share
How ‘Voltron Legendary Defender’ Is a Small Victory for Transgender Visibility By Nick Romano
Why The Legend of Korra is still a Feminists Headache
The Legend of Korra and Mixed Message Feminism
NPR Interview- Neda Ulaby, April 13, 20124:04 PM ET
Copeland, Libby. Korra’s a Girl? TV producers think boys won’t watch girl heroines. Turns out that’s not true. (SEPT. 25 2013 11:49 PM)
Romano, Nick. “How Voltron showrunners found a Legendary LGBT Defender in Shiro” Entertainment Weekly, Aug 9, 2018 9am EDT
“What Makes a Wonder Woman?” Video clip at the end of Wonder Woman: Commemorative Edition (2009, 83 min)