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Bae, Michelle S. "Interrogating Girl Power: Girlhood, popular media, and postfeminism." Visual Arts Research 37. (2011): 28–40.   
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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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Berndt, Caroline M. "Popular Culture as Political Protest: Writing the reality of sexual slavery." Journal of Popular Culture 31. (1997): 177–87.   
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Berndt, Jaqueline, ed. Manhwa, Manga, Manhua: East asian comics studies. Leipziger Ostasien-Studien. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 2012.   
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Berndt, Jaqueline. "'Comfort Women' Comics, Multifaceted: Revisiting the 2014 manhwa exhibit in angoulême from the perspective of manga studies." Orientaliska Studier (2016): 143–69.   
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Cathcart, Adam. "Cruel Resurrection: Chinese Comics and the Korean War." International Journal of Comic Art 6. (2004): 37–55.   
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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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Choo, Kukhee. "Consuming Japan: Early korean girls comic book artists’ resistance and empowerment." Complicated Currents. Media Flows, Soft Power and East Asia. Eds. Daniel Black, Stephen Epstein and Alison Tokita. Clayton: Monash Univ. ePress, 2010. 6.1–6.16.   
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Hand, Jung-Sun N. "Empire of Comic Visions: Japanese cartoon journalism and its pictorial statements on korea, 1876–1910." Japanese Studies 26. (2006): 283–302.   
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Huh, Jang Wook. "Josephine Baker Meets a Korean Housewife: Narrative cartoons, women’s labor, and the circulation of modern fetish." Literature Compass 13. 5 2016. Accessed 14 Jun. 2019. <https://onlinelibrary.w ... /abs/10.1111/lic3.12311>.   
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Hyojin, Kim. "Crossing Double Borders: Korean female amateur comics artists in the globalization of japanese dojin culture." International Journal of Comic Art 13. (2011): 116–33.   
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Jaeok, Yoo. "Trends in Korean Comic Publishing." ABD. Asian/Pacific Book Development 34. (2003): 8–9.   
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Kimmel, Minam. "Korean Children’s Self-initiated Learning and Expression through Manwha." Visual Arts Research 34. (2008): 29–42.   
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Kwon, Jae-Woong. "Korean Cartoonists' Reactions to Bush's »Axis of Evil«." International Journal of Comic Art 4. (2002): 276–86.   
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Leem, Hye-Jeong. "Koo Woo-Young’s “Lim Kok-Jeong” (1972–73), a Dramatic Graphic Narrative (geukhwa) Serialized in a Newspaper." Manhwa, Manga, Manhua. East Asian Comics Studies. Ed. Jaqueline Berndt. Leipziger Ostasien-Studien. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 2012. 11–31.   
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Lent, John A. "Local comic books and the curse of Manga in Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan." Asian Journal of Communication 9. (1999): 108–28.   
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Lim, Yeo-Joo. "Educational graphic novels: Korean children’s favorite now." Bookbird 49. (2011): 40–48.   
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Liscutin, Nicolas. "Surfing the Neo-Nationalist Wave: A case study of manga kenkanryū." Cultural Studies and Cultural Industries in Northeast Asia. What a Difference a Region Makes. Eds. Chris Berry, Nicola Liscutin and Jonathan D. Mackintosh. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Univ. Press, 2009. 171–93.   
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Secrets du Manga / MangaMania. Comics aus Fernost. 2009.   
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Miyake, Toshio. "Doing Occidentalism in contemporary Japan: Nation anthropomorphism and sexualized parody in “axis powers hetalia”." Transformative Works and Cultures 12 2013. Accessed 2 May. 2013. <http://journal.transfor ... wc/article/view/436/392>.   
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Müller, Christian. "Aspekte literarischen Lernens verknüpfen mit der Graphic Novel Vergiss nicht, das Salz auszuwaschen von Sohyun Jung." kjl&m 15. (2015).   
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Noh, Sueen. "The Gendered Comics Market in Korea: An overview of korean girls' comics, soonjung manhwa." International Journal of Comic Art 6. (2004): 281–98.   
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Noh, Sueen. "»To Be or Not to Be, That Is the Question«: What Is Happening with Korean Comics, (Manhwa), Today?." International Journal of Comic Art 9. (2007): 454–77.   
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Noh, Sueen. "Science, Technology, and Women Represented in Korean Sci-Fi Girls' Comics." International Journal of Comic Art 10. (2008): 209–35.   
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Park, Hyesu. "Joy of Ugly Feelings: Korean “bad taste” webtoons as a case study." Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature 42. 1 2017. Accessed 4 May. 2021. <https://newprairiepress.org/sttcl/vol42/iss1/5/>.   
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Park, Jung-Sun. "The success and limitations of Japanese comics and animation in the US: Can korean manhwa and animation follow suit?." Complicated Currents. Media Flows, Soft Power and East Asia. Eds. Daniel Black, Stephen Epstein and Alison Tokita. Clayton: Monash Univ. ePress, 2010. 12.1–12.15.   
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Park, Jin Seo, Dae Hyun Kim, and Min Suk Chung. "Anatomy comic strips." Anatomical Sciences Education 4. (2011): 275–79.   
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Petersen, Martin. "Sleepless in the DPRK: Graphic negotiations of ‘family’ in the true identity of pear blossom." Scandinavian Journal of Comic Art 1. 2 2012. Accessed 14 Feb. 2013. <http://sjoca.com/wp-con ... -2-Article-Petersen.pdf>.   
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Petersen, Martin. North Korean Graphic Novels: Seduction of the innocent? Media Culture and Social Change in Asia. London, New York: Routledge, 2019.   
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Rifas, Leonard. "The Forgotten War Comics: The korean war and american comic books." Thesis M.A. University of Washington, 1991.   
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Venkatesan, Sathyaraj and Ishani Anwesha Joshi. "“I AM NOT A VIRUS”: Covid-19, anti-asian hate, and comics as counternarratives." Journal of Medical Humanities 45. (2024): 35–41.   
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Williams, Tony. "Beyond Fuller and M.A.S.H. Korean war representations in film, genre, and comic strip." Asian Cinema 20. (2009).   
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Yamanaka, Chie. "Manwha, Manga and Cultural Identity. Comics Readers and Nationalism in Korea." Accessed 10 Aug. 2009. <http://www.ceri-science ... nts/texte_cyamanaka.pdf>.   
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Yamanaka, Chie. "Domesticating Manga? National identity in korean comics culture." Reading Manga. Local and Global Perceptions of Japanese Comics. Eds. Jaqueline Berndt and Steffi Richter. Mitteldeutsche Studien zu Ostasien. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 2006. 193–204.   
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Yamanaka, Chie. "Manga, Manhwa and Historical Consciousnes: Transnational popular media and the narrative de/construction of japanese-korean history." Contested Views of a Common Past. Revisions of History in Contemporary East Asia. Ed. Steffi Richter. Globalgeschichte. Frankfurt am Main: Campus, 2008. 321–38.   
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Yoo, Soo-Kyung. "On Differences between Japanese and Korean Comics for Female Readers: Comparing “boys over flowers” to “goong”." Manhwa, Manga, Manhua. East Asian Comics Studies. Ed. Jaqueline Berndt. Leipziger Ostasien-Studien. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 2012. 43–64.   
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Yu, Kie-Un. "Global Division of Cultural Labor and Korean Animation Industry." Themes and Issues in Asian Cartooning. Cute, Cheap, Mad, and Sexy. Ed. John A. Lent. Bowling Green: Bowling Green State Univ. Popular Press, 1999. 37–60.   
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