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Beaty, Bart. "Modernism in Riverdale: Reading the self-evident text ambiguously." Jeunesse 6. 2 2014. Accessed 16Aug. 2019. <http://jeunessejournal. ... p/yptc/article/view/274>.   
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Beaty, Bart. Twelve-Cent Archie. Comics Culture. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2015.   
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Belk, Russell. "Material Values in the Comics: A content analysis of comic books featuring themes of wealth." Journal of Consumer Research 14. (1987): 26–42.   
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Glasberg, Ronald. "The Archie Code: A study in sexual stereotypings as reflective of a basic dilemma in american society." Journal of Popular Culture 26. (1992): 25–32.   
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Hanley, Tim. Betty and Veronica: The leading ladies of riverdale. Lanham [etc.]: Rowman & Littlefield, 2020.   
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Kirsh, Steven J. and Paul V. Olczak. "Violent Comic Books and Perceptions of Ambiguous Provocation Situations." Media Psychology 2. (2000): 47–62.   
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Lavin, Michael R. "A Librarian’s Guide to Archie Comic Publications." Serials Review 25. (1999): 75–82.   
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McAlpine, Heather, W. Ron Sweeney, and Jess Wind, eds. The Archie/Sabrina Universe: Essays on the comics and their adaptations. Jefferson: McFarland, 2023.   
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Miller, Nicholas E. "“Now That It’s Just Us Girls”: Transmedial feminisms from archie to riverdale." Feminist Media Histories 4. (2018): 205–26.   
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Norton, Bonny. "The motivating power of comic books: Insights from archie comic readers." The Reading Teacher 57. (2003): 140–47.   
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Norton, Bonny and Karen Vanderheyden. "Comic book culture and second language learners." Critical Pedagogies and Language Learning. Eds. Bonny Norton and Kelleen Toohey. Cambridge Applied Linguistics. Cambridge [etc.]: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2004. 201–21.   
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Penny, Jeffery P. "“Veronica and Betty are Going Steady!”: Queer spaces in the archie comics." torquere 4–5. (2002–03): 125–42.   
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Scholl, Sharon. "The American Teenager From Archie to Funky." Studies in Popular Culture 2. (1979): 36–45.   
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Streeby, Shelley. "Heroism and Comics Form: feminist and queer speculations." American Literature 90. (2018): 449–59.   
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Tan, Alexis S. and Kermit Joseph Scruggs. "Does Exposure to Comic Book Violence Lead to Aggression in Children?." Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 57. (1980): 579–83.   
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York, Rafiel. "Rebellion in Riverdale." Comic Books and the Cold War, 1946–1962. Essays on Graphic Treatment of Communism, the Code and Social Concerns. Eds. Chris York and Rafiel York. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2012. 103–14.   
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