Linda Charmaraman, Ph.D.: Teen Voices: Identity Development in a Community-Based Media Internship
March 18, 2010
47:44 min.

Linda Charmaraman, Ph.D. discusses findings from a case study of an internship setting for urban teen girls in the Boston area called Teen Voices. In the study, Linda Charmaraman explored how working for an alternative teen magazine influenced adolescent girls’ identity development, including beliefs related to gender and family expectations, media stereotypes, and future success.

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