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LA CHAPELLE, PETER. “‘Spade Doesn’t Look Exactly Starved’: Country Music and the Negotiation of Women’s Domesticity in Cold War Los Angeles.” A Boy Named Sue: Gender and Country Music, edited by Kristine M. McCusker and Diane Pecknold, by MICHAEL BERTRAND et al., University Press of Mississippi, JACKSON, 2004, pp. 24–43, www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt2tvkc0.8. Accessed 29 May 2020.
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LA CHAPELLE, P. (2004). “Spade Doesn’t Look Exactly Starved”: Country Music and the Negotiation of Women’s Domesticity in Cold War Los Angeles. In BERTRAND M., CHING B., JENSEN J., KEEL B., McCUSKER K., NEAL J., et al. (Authors) & McCusker K. & Pecknold D. (Eds.), A Boy Named Sue: Gender and Country Music (pp. 24-43). JACKSON: University Press of Mississippi. Retrieved May 29, 2020, from www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt2tvkc0.8
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LA CHAPELLE, PETER. "“Spade Doesn’t Look Exactly Starved”: Country Music and the Negotiation of Women’s Domesticity in Cold War Los Angeles." In A Boy Named Sue: Gender and Country Music, edited by McCusker Kristine M. and Pecknold Diane, by BERTRAND MICHAEL, CHING BARBARA, JENSEN JOLI, KEEL BEVERLY, McCUSKER KRISTINE M., NEAL JOCELYN R., NEELY EMILY C., PECKNOLD DIANE, SANJEK DAVID, and WOLFE CHARLES, 24-43. JACKSON: University Press of Mississippi, 2004. Accessed May 29, 2020. www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt2tvkc0.8.

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