Watchinga Theoryo N the Origins of Coolnessa T Work in Popularc Ulture: Depictions of Young Women in the Film Claeles



Citation:

Kathleen A. O'Donnell and Daniel L. Wardlow (2000) ,"Watchinga Theoryo N the Origins of Coolnessa T Work in Popularc Ulture: Depictions of Young Women in the Film Claeles", in GCB - Gender and Consumer Behavior Volume 5, eds. Cele Otnes, Urbana, IL : Association for Consumer Research, Pages: 125-140.

Authors

Kathleen A. O'Donnell, San Francisco State University
Daniel L. Wardlow, San Francisco State University



Volume

GCB - Gender and Consumer Behavior Volume 5 | 2000



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