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Rebecca Feasey is Senior Lecturer in Film and Media Communications at Bath Spa University. She has published a range of works on the representation of gender in popular media culture. She has published in journals such as Feminist Media Studies and the Journal of Gender Studies. She has written book length studies on masculinity and popular television (EUP 2008), motherhood on the small screen (Anthem 2012) and maternal audiences (Peter Lang 2016). Her current research seeks to examine the ways in which infertility, non-biological mothering and childlessness are being depicted in popular media culture.

 
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