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June 12, 2005

Watching the Girls in My Life.

Tonight, Yuka and I watched CBC Radio | Ideas | Features | It's A Girl's World and wondered about the young girls in our lives, how their parents react to how they're growing and learning, and how they'll make sense of the world around them. It was doubly interesting in the context of my upcoming job.

What does the social world of girls look like? At first glance, it's about sharing secrets, giggling over boys and carefree fun. But lurking underneath this facade of niceness is a hidden culture of nastiness that pits one friend against another. Lynn Glazier examines the tumultuous nature of female relationships from girlhood to adulthood; from the playground to the office.

Posted by jason at June 12, 2005 07:57 PM


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