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Examining the construction of celebrities Miley Cyrus and Kim Kardashian as willfully self-objectifying on Twitter, we ask: What are the implications when women are presented as complicit in the creation of the images that put them on display, where the recipient of the gaze is a participant in creating the image? And how does racialization figure in this setup? The chapter recuperates feminist scholarship on practices of looking; while some surveillance technologies may be new, the forms of oppression reproduced by them are not. In the popular press, Cyrus, constructed as white, is situated as agentic in actively fashioning her...

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