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Puberty Blues

Author : Gabrielle Carey
ISBN : 9781742759289
Genre : Australia
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"Now a major television series on Channel 10 starring Ashleigh Cummings, Brenna Harding and Claudia Karvan - this is the definitive Australian story of teenagers navigating the chaos of life. The Text Publishing Company and Random House Australia are delighted to announce that they have combined forces to publish the iconic Puberty Blues by Gabrielle Carey and Kathy Lette. 'By day, we were at school learning logarithms, but by night - in the back of cars, under the bowling alley, on Cronulla Beach, or, if you were lucky, in a bed while someone's parents were out - you paid off your friendship ring.' For Deb and Sue, life is about surfies, panel vans, straight-leg Levis, nicking off from school, getting wasted and fitting in. But why should guys have all the fun? Puberty Blues is raw, humorous and honest. An Australian classic. 'A profoundly moral story' -- Germaine Greer 'I don't recall reading Puberty Blues so much as devouring it. I was about thirteen, alone in my bedroom with the door firmly shut. I was fascinated' -- Kylie Minogue"
Category: Australia

Puberty Blues

Author : Barbara Boyd-Anderson
ISBN : OCLC:220112089
Genre : Adolescence
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Category: Adolescence

Puberty Blues Then And Now Diffracting Semblances Of Being Girl In Australia

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ISBN : OCLC:1016896246
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Abstract: This paper attempts a diffractive analysis that reads Bruce Beresford's Australian populist film Puberty Blues (1981) through the more recent (2012) Channel 10 eight-part series television of the same title. The purpose of this experimental analysis is to notice ways both of these filmic artefacts re/enact gendered semblances performatively, co-creating binary gender relations through Baradian intra-actions with a virtual audience (in the perpetual present). This paper is not a historical account of the texts and/or a review of the substantial literature connected to either text or television/film production in Australia. It attempts to conduct a non-representational analysis as a reading through of the texts with each other. What is significant is the process of examining "how different differences get made, what gets excluded, and how those exclusions matter" (Karen Barad 2007, 30) during inter-action with filmic text and viewer. This manoeuvre posits that by re/turning events as iterative interactions visibility of materiality in the making may be rendered visible. By understanding intra-active processes educators may be able to frustrate delimiting accounts of girlhood as just the way it is and rather utilise these texts to open up other imaginaries of affirmative difference.
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Making Film And Television Histories

Author : James E. Bennett
ISBN : 9780857720863
Genre : History
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Making Film and Television Histories: Australia and New Zealand considers film and television texts as primary historical media with the potential to bring historical topics alive through their interplay between past and present. The book offers a compendium of brief chapters on selected New Zealand and Australian films and television programmes that can be situated within a clear historical context, ranging from highly successful films such as Gallipoli, The Piano, Australia, Once Were Warriors and Heavenly Creatures to less well-known texts that form the basis for intriguing examinations of history, representation and identity. The book is written by a diverse and exciting team of scholars and filmmakers, who illuminate the multifaceted nature of these screen texts, their production, meaning and value for a twenty-first century audience. Making Film and Television Histories will appeal to all those with an interest in Australian or New Zealand history, film or television, and will be of particular value to teachers and trainee teachers wishing to inspire students to engage with history by utilising audiovisual media in the classroom.
Category: History

Puberty Blues

Author : Nell Schofield
ISBN : 0868197491
Genre : Australia
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Fish-faced moll, rooting machine, melting our tits off: with its raw, in-your-face dialogue, Bruce Beresfords film 'Puberty Blues' has become a cult classic. Based on the autobiographical novel by the outrageous Salami Sisters Kathy Lette and Gabrielle Carey, 'Puberty Blues' is a coming-of-age chick-flick with bite. Set in the 1970s, it follows the misadventures of Debbie and Sue, two Cronulla girls angling to break out of dickheadland into the coolest surfie gang. But when they finally muscle their way in, Debbie and Sue come to realise the whole scene sucks: who are they to say, Chicks dont surf!? In this lively and honest account, writer and broadcaster Nell Schofield recalls how she won the role of Debbie and what it was like on the set. She looks at the parallels between the film, the book and her own surfside teenage years, and at the extraordinary responses to the film, both on its release and since. Its a story as idiosyncratically Australian as the film that showed everyone who ever had any doubt that chicks can surf.
Category: Australia

Surfing In The Movies

Author : John Engle
ISBN : 9780786495214
Genre : Performing Arts
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Surfing has fascinated filmmakers since Thomas Edison shot footage of Waikiki beachboys in 1906. Before the 1950s surf craze, surfing showed up in travelogues or as exotic background for studio features. The arrival of Gidget (1959) on the big screen swept the sport into popular culture, but surfer-filmmakers were already featuring the day's best surfers in self-narrated two-reelers. Hollywood and independent filmmakers have produced about three dozen surf films in the last half-century, including the frothy Beach Party movies, Point Break (1991) and Chasing Mavericks (2012). From Bud Browne's earliest efforts to The Endless Summer (1966), Riding Giants (2004) and today's brilliant videos, over 1,000 surfing movies have celebrated the stoke. This first full-length study of surf movies gives critical attention to hundreds of the most important films.
Category: Performing Arts

Flaming Youth

Author : Glendyn Ivin
ISBN : OCLC:839448848
Genre : Adolescence
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Category: Adolescence

Demystifying The Female Brain

Author : Sarah McKay
ISBN : 9781409173199
Genre : Psychology
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Understanding how your brain works during the key stages of life is essential to maintaining your health. Dr Sarah McKay is a neuroscientist who knows everything worth knowing about women's brains, and shares it in this cutting-edge, essential book. This is not a book about the differences between male and female brains, nor a book using neuroscience to explain gender-specific behaviours, the 'battle of the sexes' or 'Mars-Venus' stereotypes. This is a book about what happens to the brains of women as they cycle through the phases of life, which are unique to females by virtue of their biology and in particular their hormones. In Demystifying The Female Brain, Dr McKay gives insights into brain development during infancy, childhood and the teenage years (including the onset of puberty) and looks at pregnancy, motherhood, and mental health. The book weaves together findings from the research lab, interviews with neuroscientists and other researchers working in the disciplines of neuroendocrinology, brain development, brain health and ageing, along with stories and case studies.
Category: Psychology

Coast

Author : Ian Hoskins
ISBN : 9781742246567
Genre : History
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From Eden to Byron Bay the New South Wales coast is more than 2000 kilometres long, with 130 estuaries, 100 coastal lakes and a rich history. This, the first history written of the New South Wales coast, traces our relationship with this stretch of land and sea starting millennia ago when Aboriginal people feasted on shellfish and perfected the art of building bark canoes, to our present obsession with the beach as a place to live or holiday. Leading us through the European fascination with marine life, the attempts to establish a whaling industry, the fear of seaborne invasion which led to the creation of a navy of our own in 1911 through to the rise of our unstoppable enthusiasm for surfing and fishing, Ian Hoskins argues that our current enthralment with the coast began more recently than we might think.
Category: History