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    Title: Power Femininity’ and Popular Women’s Magazine in China.
    Authors: 陳音頤
    Chen, Eva
    Contributors: 英文系
    Keywords: Chinese femininity;Chineseness;neoliberalism;women’s magazines
    Date: 2016-12
    Issue Date: 2017-04-26 16:51:12 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Western women’s glossy magazines (“glossies”) have made increasing inroads in the Chinese market and advocate a “power femininity,” which celebrates women’s assertive individualism and power as consumerist agency. While this power femininity has global neoliberal resonances, it also taps into the unique postsocialist Chinese context, where the liberation of individual desires, including the material and the sexual, is linked with a strongly felt need to undo a past socialist wrong that repressed people and deprived them of what should be an inalienable human right. This concept departs from the caregiving, self-sacrificial, and family-oriented “natural femininity” promoted in local women’s magazines in terms of aspiration, assertiveness, and a nativist-versus-international divide, yet ultimately both the Western and local women’s magazines are united by a shared stress on the need to cultivate a distinct Chineseness in the feminine ideal and to position women’s magazines as an integral part of the Chinese nationalist project of modernization and progress.
    Relation: International Journal of Communication, Vol.10, No.June, pp.2831-2852
    Data Type: article
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