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It's about time someone asked that question. Ms. Skinner's topic suggests a
study on liberal middle-class academic, I-don't-do-dishes, feminist females
in the movies might be interesting.....

At 05:56 PM 2/6/99 -0500, Irene Upshur wrote:
>Could Ms. Skinner possibly "reappear" and define
>"white trash" and "red neck?"
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>On Sat, 6 Feb 1999, Ingvald Bergsagel wrote:
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>> >A senior gender studies student, Jenna Skinner, is doing a comps.
>> >project on "Cultural Representation of White Trash and Red-Neck Women in
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>> A bit off, but still: You'll find a list of more than 800 films featuring
>> hillbilly-characters here (Southern Mountaineers Filmography):
>> gopher://gopher.acs.appstate.edu:70/11/depts/library/app_col
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>> For some (very angry but enlightening) background, you should check out
>> "The Redneck Manifesto; America's Scapegoats: How We Got that Way and Why
>> We're Not Going to Take It Anymore" by Jim Goad, Simon&Schuster, 1996. It
>> also has a comprehensive bibliography. (Got Goad's e-mail adress if it's of
>> any interest).
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>> Ingvald
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>Marymount University
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