Negotiating Canadian Culture Through Youth Television: Discourse on Degrassi

  • Suzanne Rintoul
  • Quintin Zachary Hewlett
Keywords: Degrassi, Canadian culture, television

Abstract

Review of:

Byers, Michele, ed. Growing Up Degrassi: Television, Identity and Youth Cultures. Toronto: Sumach, 2005

Castellarin, Loretta, and Ken Roberts. Spike. Degrassi Junior High. Halifax: Lorimer, 2006.

Dunphy, Catherine. Caitlin. Degrassi Junior High. Halifax: Lorimer, 2006.

Ellis, Kathryn. Degrassi: Generations. Bolton, ON: Fenn, 2005.

Ellis, Kathryn. Joey Jeremiah. Degrassi Junior High. Halifax: Lorimer, 2006.

Nielsen, Susin. Snake. Degrassi Junior High. Halifax: Lorimer, 2006.

Torres, J. Suddenly Last Summer. Illus. Ramón Pérez. Degrassi The Next Generation Extra Credit 2. Bolton, ON: Fenn, 2006.

Torres, J. Turning Japanese. Illus. Ed Northcott. Degrassi The Next Generation Extra Credit 1. Bolton, ON: Fenn, 2006.

Author Biographies

Suzanne Rintoul

Suzanne Rintoul is an Assistant Professor at Wilfrid Laurier Brantford. Some of her additional publications can be
found in Victorians Institute Journal, Mosaic, and M/C Journal.

Quintin Zachary Hewlett

Quintin Zachary Hewlett is an instructor at Sheridan College in Ontario. He has published a variety of work
examining politics, culture, music, art, and technology, and has produced several documentary features about art practice in southern Ontario, as well as video installations that have been exhibited in art galleries in the city of
Hamilton.

How to Cite
Rintoul, S., & Hewlett, Q. (1). Negotiating Canadian Culture Through Youth Television: Discourse on Degrassi. Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures, 1(1). Retrieved from http://jeunessejournal.ca/index.php/yptc/article/view/20
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Review Essays