Reconfiguring Gender and Familial Relationships in Japanese Popular Fiction

Dollase, Hiromi Tsuchiya (2011): „Choosing Your Family: Reconfiguring Gender and Familial Relationships in Japanese Popular Fiction“. In: The Journal of Popular Culture 44: 4. 755–772.  Reconfiguring Gender and Familial Relationships in Japanese Popular Fiction weiterlesen

The Allied Propaganda Campaign over Japan During the Last Months of World War II

Szasz, Ferenc Morton (2009): „“Pamphlets Away“: The Allied Propaganda Campaign over Japan During the Last Months of World War II“. In: Journal of Popular Culture 42: 3. 530–540. The Allied Propaganda Campaign over Japan During the Last Months of World War II weiterlesen

An Alternative African American Image in Japan

Kiuchi, Yuya (2009): „An Alternative African American Image in Japan: Jero as the Cross-Generational Bridge between Japan and the United States“. In: The Journal of Popular Culture 42: 3. 515–529.  An Alternative African American Image in Japan weiterlesen

A Comparison of Comic Book Propaganda from World War II and September 11

Scott, Cord (2007): „Written in Red, White, and Blue: A Comparison of Comic Book Propaganda from World War II and September 11“. In: Journal of Popular Culture 40: 2. 325–343. A Comparison of Comic Book Propaganda from World War II and September 11 weiterlesen

The Japanese American Body in the Detective Fiction

Harris, Marla (2007): „Passing and Posing: The Japanese American Body in the Detective Fiction of Sujata Massey and Dale Furutani.“ In: Journal of Popular Culture 40: 3. 433–453. The Japanese American Body in the Detective Fiction weiterlesen