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Branding Miss G _: Third Wave Feminists and the Media Paperback – May 15 2008


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Michelle Miller earned her Master of Education from the University of Western Ontario and is currently a graduate student at the University of British Columbia where she is working on a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. She has been a member of the Miss G__ Project since 2004.

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Feminist groups have been around for decades, but getting the steam and attention needed is a difficult endeavor. Sept. 5 2008
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Feminist groups have been around for decades, but getting the steam and attention needed is a difficult endeavor. "Branding Miss G: Third Wave Feminists and the Media" is the story of one group getting the attention they desired. Their marketing scheme is unique and eye catching, and didn't push the feminist aspect too far - all in the name of bring women's studies courses to Ontario schools. "Branding Miss G" is a message to other famous groups on how to push their messages effectively.


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