The Occupation Narrative of Ôe Kenzaburô

Hillenbrand, Margaret (2007): „Doppelgängers, Misogyny, and the San Francisco System: The Occupation Narrative of Ôe Kenzaburô“. In: Journal of Japanese Studies 33: 2. 383–414. The Occupation Narrative of Ôe Kenzaburô weiterlesen

Media Representations on the Popularity of a Korean Melodram in Japan

Hayashi, Kaori/Lee, Eung-Jun (2007): „The Potential of Fandom and the Limits of Soft Power: Media Representations on the Popularity of a Korean Melodram in Japan“. In: Social Science Japan Journal 10: 2. 197–216. Media Representations on the Popularity of a Korean Melodram in Japan weiterlesen

The Japanese American Body in the Detective Fiction

Harris, Marla (2007): „Passing and Posing: The Japanese American Body in the Detective Fiction of Sujata Massey and Dale Furutani.“ In: Journal of Popular Culture 40: 3. 433–453. The Japanese American Body in the Detective Fiction weiterlesen

Visual Culture and Organized Labor’s Critique of U.S. Hegemony in Occupied Japan

Gerteis, Christopher (2007): „The Erotic and the Vulgar – Visual Culture and Organized Labor’s Critique of U.S. Hegemony in Occupied Japan“. In: Critical Asian Studies 39: 1. 3–34.  Visual Culture and Organized Labor’s Critique of U.S. Hegemony in Occupied Japan weiterlesen

Geburtenrückgang und Differenzgesellschaft

Akagawa, Manabu (2007): „Motekakusa ga umidasu shōshika“ [Der sich polarisierende Beliebtheitsgrad Lediger verursacht den Geburtenrückgang]. In: Seishōnen mondai 626: 54. 2–7. Geburtenrückgang und Differenzgesellschaft weiterlesen