Abstract This study looks at the issue of agency in women undergraduate students enrolled in film production classes at the University of Kansas during the Spring Semester 2010. Women undergraduates students enrolled in production classes participated in a focus group which addressed their behavior and experiences in production classes. The writing of Dr. Jean Baker Miller in her work Toward a New Psychology of Women, 1976, served as a means to analyze the findings.
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