Lana Zannettino is a research fellow in the Hawke Research Institute at the University of South Australia. Her research interests include gendered violence, feminist theory, girls and identity development.

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Publications:
Personal and Emotional Meaning in the Development of Subjective Gender: Girls, Cultural Texts, and Psychoanalytic Theory

This paper attempts to illuminate the psychodynamic (emotional and unconscious) processes involved in the construction of young women’s identities and desires for the future.

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Hyphened Identities: Representations of Race, Gender, and Diaspora in Contemporary Australian Teenage Literature

This paper analyses representations of the racialised-female-Other in Australian teenage fiction. The paper explores the potential of such fiction to promote cultural diversity and to reduce the effects of Diaspora.

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