Thesis - Open Access
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The author argues that the mentorships portrayed on Elementary are a continuation of recent crime dramas’ project to portray gender equality; however, the small victory of Kitty Winter’s empowerment is overshadowed by the show’s unsuccessful bid at overturning sexist mentorship tropes in detective narratives.
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© Heather Hufford
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Hufford, Heather, "An Infinite Capacity for Co-consulting: Gender Constructions and Mentorship on CBS's Elementary" (2019). Regis University Student Publications (comprehensive collection). 929.