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The secret history of Barbie’s life is as much fun to follow as a great girl power movie. Many of the most important influences on Barbie’s fashion sense and the development of her character are explored, such as the different points of view of scientists about gender differences, mothers who encouraged their daughters to play and be creative, and early childhood education.
1994. I hate my room, and I have had this room the longest. I’m sick of it. I’m sick of hanging my clothes on a wire hanger. I’m sick of learning how to kiss. I’m sick of brushing my teeth with my right foot. And my stupid dolls. I’m sick of making drinks. I’m sick of my life and all the people that live in it. I’m going to make them all wish they were never born! Yeah, I’m going to use my Barbie Doll to do it. She’s in a coma. Well, I put the bite on her. You know. She was cheating on me. And her sidekick is in a coma. That makes two of us. I mean, well, Barbie was cheating on me. Barbie was cheating on me with my cousin. She was cheating on me with her boyfriend. She was cheating on me with my next door neighbor. I can’t stand it anymore! Okay, I’ll do it! I’m going to make them all wish they were never born! I mean, well, Barbie was cheating on me with my cousin. Barbie was cheating on me with her boyfriend. Barbie was cheating on me with my next door neighbor. I can’t stand it anymore! Okay, I’ll do it! I’m going to make them all wish they were never born! I’m going to make them all wish they were never born! Hello? Blabla Psychopaths.org
Science Fiction and the Future
From spaceships and aliens to medical tampering and secret military weapons, science fiction books have never been as varied and exciting as they are now. James S. A. Corey (the writing team of Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck; Abaddon’s Gate), Jason Hough (The Darwin Elevator), David Wellington (Chimera), Mira Grant (Parasite), Daniel Wilson (Amped), and D. J. MacHale (Sylo) discuss their new books and the vivid visions science fiction has to offer, from distant space to our own backyards. Moderated by Margaret Stohl (Icons).
Sunday July 21, 2013 11:00am 1:00pm
1: Programs, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Writers & Writing
what its about: a mermaid, fairy and princess walk into a bar. no, nothats not it. they walk into a magical kingdom, led by shy reading-fanatic princess alexa (who sounds suspiciously like all of the other lead barbie characters). during one of her daily walks, she finds a secret door. obviously, she opens it or the title of the dvd wouldnt make much sense now, would it turns out that she discovers a world like the one shes been reading about. but theres an evil twist, and her name is malucia. with the help of her mermaid and fairy friends, alexa finds strength and power within herself and in this brave new world, she can do anything. even take down the horrid malucia. featuring some new barbie tunes, alexa sings her way through the magic and comes out the other side of the door a more confident girl whos empowered to take on the real world.
throughout jo and alexs childhood in video game culture, the moments of anger, tears and aggression (mainly against the game technology itself) were triggered not by violent scenarios, characters and action in the digital gameworlds, but by frustration with the game on the structural, ludic level. losing online at fifa has resulted in xbox controllers and even mobile phones being broken, whereas the frenetic and ultra-violent online combat of call of duty: modern warfare 2 seems to generate nothing but hilarity. this topsy-turvy generation of frustration in the breakdown of violent play, rather than in its fantastical performance, is well-illustrated in this account of a play event:
however, this emphasis on describing and theorizing the machinic and non-human participants in childrens video game play should not lead us to disregard concerns about human desires, anxieties, identifications and investments as players in these media technocultural events. they may not simply initiate or dominate a gameworld, but games were spun into being through the tastes, personalities, relationships and abilities technicities of children through and with the non-human participants ( dovey and kennedy 2006 ). if code and information must be understood as real, material, of the world, then so too can the intangible yet real, embodied yet distributed, monstrous operations of human factors perception, imagination, creativity, anxiety, play without always already reducing these to the reassuring singularity of identity or subjectivity, and without assuming that they are unchanged in the processes. the multiple and varied transductions of the lego video game both on- and off-screen are a reminder of the wide range of possibilities and the complexities in childrens play and in the varying networks that facilitate but also shape that play.