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Amano, Ikuho. "Visualizing the self in comedic pathos: Japanese autobiographical manga at the limit of multiculturalism." East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 1. (2015): 239–53.   
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Armour, William S. and Sumiko Iida. "Using the revised Bloom’s taxonomy to reflect on the teaching of the Japanese language through ‘manga’ and anime." East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 4. (2018): 205–20.   
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Bae, Keung Yoon ‘Becky’. "From underground to the palm of your hand: The spatiality and cultural practice of south korean webtoons." East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 3. (2017): 73–84.   
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Baudinette, Thomas. "Japanese gay men’s attitudes towards ‘gay manga’ and the problem of genre." East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 3. (2017): 59–72.   
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Choi, Jinhee. "Webtoons to promote critical thinking in neo-liberal South Korea: A thematic analysis of awl social justice themes." East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 3. (2018): 111–27.   
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Christopher, Stephen and Gabrielle Laumonier. "The eroticization of Tibetan monks in shōnen-ai and yaoi manga." East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 9. (2023): 83–102.   
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Dong, Lan. "Drawing the troubled artist abroad: Guy delisle’s visual travelogues." East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 2. (2016): 193–208.   
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Gee, Maxine. "Comics inside out: An interview with elena vitagliano." East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 3. (2017): 115–26.   
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Iida, Sumiko and William S. Armour. "The voices of adult anime/‘manga’ fans in Australia: Motivations, consumption patterns and intentions to learn the japanese language." East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 5. (2019): 7–23.   
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Iida, Sumiko and Yuki Takeyama. "A brief history of Japanese popular culture in Japanese language education: Using ‘manga’ in the classroom." East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 4. (2018): 153–69.   
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Imura, Taeko. "A portrait of Japanese popular culture fans who study Japanese at an Australian university: Motivation and activities beyond the classroom." East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 4. (2018): 171–88.   
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Perry, Melissa Shamini, Raihanah M. M., and Zalina Mohd Lazim. "Intercultural dialogue in manga: Building friendships, sharing spaces and values." East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 9. (2023): 65–82.   
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Unser-Schutz, Giancarla. "What text can tell us about male and female characters in shōjo- and shōnen-manga." East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 1. (2015): 133–53.   
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Wroot, Jonathan. "Dubbing Death Note: Framing the authentic text." East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 1. (2015): 193–204.   
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