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Chitikamoltham, Chanokporn. "Pleasure of Abjection: Cheap thai comics as cultural catharsis." Explorations: A Graduate Student Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 12 2014. Accessed 7Jun. 2020. <https://www.cseashawaii ... /10/Explorations_12.pdf>.   
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Costa, LeeRay M. and Andrew Matzner. "Abusing Images: Domestic violence in thai cartoon books." Intersections 8 2002. Accessed 25Jul. 2009. <http://intersections.anu.edu.au/issue8/costa.html>.   
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Karuchit, Warat. "The Renaissance of Thai Knowledge Cartoons." International Journal of Comic Art 12. (2010): 34–49.   
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Lent, John A. "The Uphill Climb of Thai Cartooning." Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science 25. (1997): 93–109.   
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Matzner, Andrew. "Not a Pretty Picture: Images of married life in thai comic books." International Journal of Comic Art 2. (2000): 57–75.   
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Ponchamni, Rop. "Future Possibilities of Comics in Thailand." ABD. Asian/Pacific Book Development 34. (2003): 10–11.   
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Tojirakarn, Mashima. "Why Thai Girls’ Manga Are Not “Shojo Manga”: Japanese discourse and the reality of globalization." International Journal of Comic Art 13. (2011): 143–63.   
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Verstappen, Nicolas. "Prayoon Chanyawongse’s Cartoon Likay: Amalgamating likay theatrical form and comics into a unique thai genre." The Comics Grid 8. 9 2018. Accessed 20Aug. 2018. <http://doi.org/10.16995/cg.121>.   
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