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Allison, Anne: "A Challenge to Hollywood? Japanese Character Goods Hit the US." In: Japanese Studies 20.1 (2000), S. 67–88.  
Added by: joachim 2011-11-23 17:24
---: Millennial Monsters. Japanese Toys and the Global Imagination. (Asia: Local Studies/Global Themes, 13.) Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 2006. (232 S.)  
Last edited by: joachim 2011-05-18 14:17
---: "Sailor Moon. Japanese Superheroes for Global Girls." In: Japan Pop! Inside the World of Japanese Popular Culture. Hrsg. v. Timothy J. Craig. Armonk: M. E. Sharpe, 2000, S. 259–278.  
Last edited by: joachim 2009-09-19 15:47
Bailey, Catherine E. "Prince Charming by Day, Superheroine by Night? Subversive Sexualities and Gender Fluidity in Revolutionary Girl Utena and Sailor Moon." In: Colloquy 24 (2012), S. 207–222, .  
Added by: joachim 2013-03-11 13:10
Gelfand, Lynn: "“Moon Prism Power, Make-Up!”. Sailor Moon and the Transformation of the Multiform Story in Modern Media." In: Scan. Journal of media arts culture 9.1 (2012).  
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Grigsby, Mary: "Sailormoon: Manga (Comics) and Anime (Cartoon) Superheroine Meets Barbie. Global Entertainment Commodity Comes to the United States." In: Journal of Popular Culture 32.1 (1998), S. 59–80.  
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---: "The Social Production of Gender as Reflected in Two Japanese Culture Industry Products. Sailormoon and Crayon Shin-Chan." In: Themes and Issues in Asian Cartooning. Cute, Cheap, Mad, and Sexy. Hrsg. v. John A. Lent. Bowling Green: Bowling Green State Univ. Popular Press, 1999, S. 183–210.  
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Hemmann, Kathryn: Manga Cultures and the Female Gaze. (East Asian Popular Culture.) New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. (173 S.)  
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Napier, Susan J. "Vampires, Psychic Girls, Flying Women and Sailor Scouts. Four faces of the young female in Japanese popular culture." In: The Worlds of Japanese Popular Culture. Gender, Shifting Boundaries and Global Cultures. Hrsg. v. Dolores P. Martinez. 3. Aufl. (Contemporary Japanese Society.) Cambridge [etc.]: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2001, S. 91–109.  
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