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Ōgi, Fusami: "Barefoot Gen and MAUS. Performing the Masculine, Reconstructing the Mother." In: Reading Manga. Local and Global Perceptions of Japanese Comics. Hrsg. v. Jaqueline Berndt und Steffi Richter. (Mitteldeutsche Studien zu Ostasien, 11.) Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 2006, S. 77–91.  
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---: "Beyond Shoujo, Blending Gender. Subverting the Homogendered World in Shoujo Manga (Japanese Comics for Girls)." In: International Journal of Comic Art 3.2 (2001), S. 151–161.  
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---: "Gender Insubordination in Japanese Comics (Manga) for Girls." In: Illustrating Asia. Comics, Humor Magazines and Picture Books. Hrsg. v. John A. Lent. (ConsumAsiaN.) Honolulu: Univ. of Hawai‘i Press, 2001, S. 171–186.  
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---: "Hana yori dango (Boys over Flowers) as a Trans-National Comics for Girls beyond Japan." In: International Journal of Comic Art 10.2 (2008), S. 170–185.  
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---: "Inspiring Women. 40 Years’ Transformation of Shôjo Manga and Women’s Voices." In: International Journal of Comic Art 13.2 (2011), S. 32–57.  
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---: "Katayori Mitsugu. A Pioneer of Manga Studies in Japan Before and After the War." In: International Journal of Comic Art 7.2 (2005), S. 47–67.  
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---: "Shimizu Isao. A Pioneer in Japanese Comics (Manga) Scholarship." In: International Journal of Comic Art 5.2 (2003), S. 216–232.  
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---: "Shojo Manga (Japanese Comics for Girls) in the 1970s’ Japan as a Message to Women’s Bodies. Interviewing Keiko Takemiya—A Leading Artist of the Year 24 Flower Group." In: International Journal of Comic Art 10.2 (2008), S. 148–169.  
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---: "Female Subjectivity and Shoujo (Girls) Manga (Japanese Comics). Shoujo in Ladies’ Comics and Young Ladies’ Comics." In: Journal of Popular Culture 86.4 (2003), S. 780–803.  
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---: "Women’s Manga Beyond Japan. Contemporary Comics as Cultural Crossroads in Asia." In: International Journal of Comic Art 13.2 (2011), S. 3–6.  
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