"Riot grrrl" feminist punk rock music movement/network & Rhetoric and persuasion

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1. Bibliographical references

1.1. Grassroots Feminism: Riot grrl: books articles websites

1.2. Gottlieb, Joanne, and Wald, Gayle. 1994. ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit: Riot Grrrls, Revolution and Women in Independent

1.3. Kearney, Mary Celeste. 1997. The Missing Links: Riot Grrrl - Feminism - Lesbian Culture.’ In Sexing the Groove: Popular Music and Gender, ed. Whiteley, Sheila. London: Routledge, 207-29.

1.4. Shuker, R. (2008). Understanding Popular Music Culture. Routledge London

1.5. Postfeminism : Cultural Texts and Theories Genz, Stéphanie Brabon, Benjamin A. Pages: 206 Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

1.6. Lost Women of Rock Music : Female Musicians of the Punk Era (2nd Edition) Reddington, Helen Pages: 272 Publisher: Equinox Publishing Ltd

1.7. Chang, Chris. “Renaissance Riot Grrrl Rising.” Film Comment 36, no. 4:16 (July 2000).

2. Identify feminist themes

2.1. Themes?

2.1.1. sexuality (homo)

2.1.2. female empowerment

2.1.3. gender

2.1.4. beyond feminism themes?

2.1.4.1. DIY

2.1.5. ...

2.2. Explore:

2.2.1. Lesbian feminism

2.2.2. Second, Third wave feminism

2.2.3. Radical feminism

2.2.4. Influential authors

2.2.4.1. Shulamith Firestone

2.3. videos of concerts?

2.3.1. What sort of display, scenery, clothes, gestures?

2.3.2. Placement of male/female audience

2.3.3. Music/Sound

2.3.3.1. hard rock

2.3.3.2. hard core

2.3.4. multimedia

2.3.5. performance art

2.4. Albums?

2.5. get lyrics of songs

2.5.1. Le Tigre: Deceptacon

2.6. Treatment

2.6.1. personal

2.6.2. political

2.7. Language

2.7.1. Vocabulary

2.7.2. slogans

3. Identify bands

3.1. Bands?

3.1.1. Bikini Kill

3.1.1.1. "Bikini Kill." Encyclopedia of Popular Music. Ed. Larkin, Colin. : Oxford University Press, 2006. Oxford Reference. 2009. Date Accessed 20 Nov. 2013

3.1.1.2. "Bikini Kill - The Singles." Encyclopedia of Popular Music. Ed. Larkin, Colin. : Oxford University Press, 2006. Oxford Reference. 2009. Date Accessed 20 Nov. 2013

3.1.2. Sonic Youth

3.1.3. Bratmobile

3.1.3.1. "Bratmobile." Encyclopedia of Popular Music. Ed. Larkin, Colin. : Oxford University Press, 2006. Oxford Reference. 2009. Date Accessed 20 Nov. 2013 <>.

3.1.4. Heavens to Betsy

3.1.5. Le Tigre

3.1.5.1. "Le Tigre." Encyclopedia of Popular Music. Ed. Larkin, Colin. : Oxford University Press, 2006. Oxford Reference. 2009. Date Accessed 20 Nov. 2013 <>.

3.1.6. Tiger Trap

3.1.7. Sleater-Kinney

3.1.7.1. "Sleater-Kinney." Encyclopedia of Popular Music. Ed. Larkin, Colin. : Oxford University Press, 2006. Oxford Reference. 2009. Date Accessed 20 Nov. 2013 <>.

3.1.8. ...

3.2. Singers, Performers?

3.2.1. Women only?

3.2.2. Kathleen Hanna

3.2.3. Kim Gordon

3.2.4. Joan Jett

3.2.4.1. "Jett, Joan And The Blackhearts - Fit To Be Tied: Great Hits." Encyclopedia of Popular Music. Ed. Larkin, Colin. : Oxford University Press, 2006. Oxford Reference. 2009. Date Accessed 6 Nov. 2013

3.2.5. Huggy Bear

3.2.5.1. "Huggy Bear." Encyclopedia of Popular Music. Ed. Larkin, Colin. : Oxford University Press, 2006. Oxford Reference. 2009. Date Accessed 6 Nov. 2013

3.2.6. Sara Marcus

3.2.7. Alison Wolfe

3.2.8. Tobi Vail

3.2.9. Carie Brownstein

3.2.10. Meredith Brooks

3.2.10.1. "Bitch"

3.2.11. ...

3.3. What countries?

3.3.1. USA

3.3.1.1. Regional

3.3.1.1.1. Washington

3.3.1.1.2. Olympia

3.3.2. GB

3.3.3. Canada

4. identify public/audience/fans

4.1. "underground"

4.2. Women or Male?

4.2.1. Age?

4.3. Where?

4.3.1. Concerts

4.3.1.1. The Kathleen Hanna Project

4.3.2. Cities

4.3.3. Festivals

4.3.3.1. Ladyfest

5. Manifestations besides concerts?

5.1. publications? (fanzines...)

5.2. Manifestos?

5.2.1. Riot grrrl manifesto

5.3. Books?

5.3.1. Girls to the front

5.4. Magazines

5.4.1. Bitch: Feminist Response to Pop Culture

5.4.2. Bust

5.4.3. Fett

5.5. Films?

5.5.1. Who Took the Bomp? Le Tigre on Tour (2010)

5.6. Communities?

5.7. Music school for girls (explore)

5.7.1. Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls

5.8. grrrl websites

6. Research Method

7. Search terms brain storming

7.1. music

7.1.1. popular music

7.1.2. punk rock

7.2. counter culture

7.2.1. riot grrrl

7.2.1.1. culture

7.2.1.2. movement

7.2.2. Rock culture

7.3. Messages

7.3.1. feminism

7.3.1.1. female youth culture

7.3.1.1.1. girls

7.3.1.1.2. teenagers

7.3.1.1.3. youth movement

7.3.1.2. gender

7.3.1.3. vs. sexism

7.3.2. Political message

7.3.2.1. political engagement

7.3.2.2. activism

7.3.2.3. political aspects

7.3.2.4. human rights

7.3.2.5. political activity

7.3.2.6. protest movements

7.3.2.6.1. black power music

7.3.2.7. nazi rock

7.3.2.8. nationalist movements

7.3.3. Social aspects

7.3.4. Social aspects

7.4. rhetoric

7.5. influence

7.5.1. impact

7.5.1.1. effectiveness

7.5.1.1.1. persuasive

7.5.2. followers

7.5.3. legacy

7.5.3.1. cultural

7.6. media

8. Resources

8.1. Background

8.1.1. Wikipedia article

8.1.2. Courrier International

8.1.3. "Women's Studies." Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World: Media , Industry and Society. London: Continuum, 2003. Credo Reference. Web. 6 November 2013.

8.1.4. Girlhood in America : An Encyclopedia pp. 563-564

8.2. En 2010, Kathleen Hanna et les membres de groupes comme Bratmobile ont fait don de documents personnels, de lettres, de fanzines, de photos et de journaux intimes à la collection Fales de la bibliothèque Bobst à l’Université de New York (NYU), en vue de constituer un fonds d’archives.