A feminist analysis of the self-proclaimed feminist pop icons. [Extended Essay] / Sarah Fanning.Material type: TextPublication details: Limerick : Limerick Institute of Technology/Limerick School of Art and Design ; 2016 Description: 36p. : ill (some col) . : 30cmSubject(s): Pop stars -- Feminism | Fashion theses | Extended essays -- Fashion | Theses -- LSAD -- Clare StreetDDC classification: Thesis Fashion 05/16
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Thesis submitted for B.A. (Hons) in Fashion Design 2016
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This extended essay will examine the rise of contemporary female pop artists who claim to be feminists. In so doing the focus will be on three contemporary female artists, Miley Cyrus, Lily Allen and Beyonce all of whom have claimed to be feminists. This essay will examine each of the artists individually using feminist theory in order to determine whether she is truly a contemporary feminist. [Abstract]