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Dr. Junko Ueno Assistant Professor, Japanese
Union College
"Shojo" and Adult Women: A Linguistic Analysis of Gender Identity in "Manga" (Japanese Comics)
Women and Language Volume 26, Number 1 (Spring 2006)
p. 16-25
Toshiya Ueno Associate Professor
Expressive Cultures
Wako University
Japanimation and Techno-Orientalism: Japan as the Sub-Empire of Signs
Documentary Box Number 9 (December 31, 1996)
Cobus Van Staden  
  • Loudmouth: Global Capitalism, Local Culture and Kureyon Shin-chan
    Multicultural Studies Volume 7 (March 2007)
  • Exporting Stories: Global Capitalism, Narrative Design and Anime
    Iconics Volume 8 (2006)
  • Dr. Vivian Vasquez Assistant Professor, Education
    American University
    What Pokémon Can Teach Us about Learning and Literacy
    Language Arts Volume 81, Number 2 (October 2003)
    Mako Wakasa   Interview: Takashi Murakami
    Journal of Contemporary Art
    Takesato Watanabe Professor
    Journalism and Mass Communication
    Doshisha University
    Japan's Media at Present
    Doshisha Social Science Review Number 55 (September 1996)
    James Welker PhD candidate, East Asian Languages and Cultures
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Lilies of the Margin: Beautiful Boys and Queer Female Identities in Japan.
    (2008) F. Martin, P. Jackson, M. McLelland & A. Yue (Eds.), AsiaPacifiQueer: Rethinking Genders and Sexualities. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.
    p. 46-66
  • Beautiful, Borrowed, and Bent: "Boys' Love" as Girls' Love in Shojo Manga
    Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society Volume 31, Number 3
    (Spring 2006)
    p. 841-870
  • Dr. Brent Wilson Professor Emeritus, Art Education
    The Pennsylvania State
    Becoming Japanese: Manga, Children's Drawings, and the Construction of National Character
    (2002). L. Bresler & C. Marmé Thompson (Eds.), The Arts in Children's Lives. Amsterdam: Springer.
    Dr. Kin Yuen Wong Professor, Intercultural Studies
    Chinese University of Hong Kong
    On the Edge of Spaces: Blade Runner, Ghost in the Shell and Hong Kong's Cityscape
    Science Fiction Studies Volume 27, Part 1 (Number 80, March 2000)
    Dr. Wendy Siuyi Wong Associate Professor, Design
    York University
  • The Presence of Manga in Europe and North America
    Radio Television Media Digest (September 2007)
  • Globalizing Manga: From Japan to Hong Kong and Beyond
    Mechademia: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga and Fan Arts Volume 1 (2006)
  • Andrea Wood PhD candidate
    English Literature
    University of Florida
    'Straight' Women, Queer Texts: Boy-Love Manga and the Rise of a Global Counterpublic
    Women's Studies Quarterly Volume 34, Issue 1/2 (May 2006)
    Krystian Woznicki   Towards a Cartography of Japanese Anime: Anno Hideaki's "Evangelion"
    Blimp Film Magazine Number 36
    Lucy Wright PhD candidate
    University of Melbourne
  • Transcendental Style in 'Ghost in the Shell'
    (2005). P. Horsfield (Ed.), Papers from the Trans-Tasman Research Symposium 'Emerging Research in Media, Religion and Culture.' Melbourne: RMIT Press.
    p. 100-106
  • The Animated Worlds of Hayao Miyazaki: Filmic Representations of Shinto
    (With Jerry Clode)
    Metro: Australia's Film & Media Magazine Issue 143 (Summer 2005)
    p. 46-51
  • Forest Spirits, Giant Insects and World Trees: The Nature Vision of Hayao Miyazaki
    Journal of Religion and Popular Culture Volume 10 (Summer 2005)
  • Wonderment and Awe: The Way of the Kami
    Refractory: A Journal of Entertainment Media Volume 5 (2004)
  • Fumiko Yamamoto   Heisei Tanuki-Gassen: Pon Poko
    Post Script Volume 18, Number 1 (Fall 1998)
    p. 59-67
    Dr. Tomiko Yoda Associate Professor
    Asian and African Languages and Literature
    Duke University
    A Roadmap to Millennial Japan
    The South Atlantic Quarterly Volume 99, Number 4 (Fall 2000)
    Masao Yokota Professor, Psychology
    Nihon University
  • A Master Animator: Yasuji Mori's Works for Children
    International Journal of Comic Art Volume 6, Number 2 (Fall 2004)
    p. 376-391
  • Satoshi Kon's Transition from Comics to Animation
    International Journal of Comic Art Volume 6, Number 1 (Spring 2004)
    p. 250-265
  • The Japanese Puppet Animation Master: Kihachiro Kawamoto
    Asian Cinema Volume 14, Number 1 (Spring/Summer 2003)
    p. 28-44
  • Matsuhiro Yoshimoto Social Development Research Group
    NLI Research Institute
    The Status of Creative Industries in Japan and Policy Recommendations for Their Promotion
    (2003). Tokyo: NLI Research Institute.