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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 17, Number 2, June 2003

Editorial
pp. 115-117(3)

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Interrupting Neo-liberal Subjectivities
pp. 135-146(12)
Author: STEPHENSON, NIAMH

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Sex and the City: a visible flaneuse for the postmodern era?
pp. 147-157(11)
Author: RICHARDS, HELEN

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Popular Theory
pp. 207-213(7)
Author: McKEE, ALAN

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Book Review
pp. 223-224(2)

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