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Howard, Keith (2006), ‘Coming of Age: Korean Pop in the 1990s’, in Korean Pop Music: Riding the Wave , edited by Keith Howard. Dorset: Global Oriental. Cho Hae-Joang. 2005. “Reading the “Korean Wave” as a Sign of Global Shift” Korea Journal (Winter) 45:4, pp.147~182
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Chae Young Eun (2014), ‘Winter Sonata and Yonsama, Ideal Love, and Masculinity: Nostalgic Desire and Colonial Memory.’ Kuwahara, Yasue The Korean wave : Korean popular culture in global context (First edition. edn.; New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan) Davis, Darrell William and Emilie Yueh-yu Yeh, East Asian Screen Industries, London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2008: pp. 74-7. Wall, Barbara, ‘Self-mockery of hallyu in the Korean drama My Love from the Star (Byeol eso on geudae) and the role of the seventeenth-century novel The Dream of the Nine Clouds (Guunmong), Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema 8:1 (2016): pp.73-87. Chua, Beng Huat, ‘Introduction’ and chapter one ‘East Asian Pop Culture: Mapping the Contours’, in Structure, Audience and Soft Power in East Asian Pop Culture , Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2012. (to page 34) Koichi Iwabuchi, ‘Korean wave and inter-Asian referencing’, Kim, Youna (2013) The Korean wave : Korean media go global (London: Routledge) Kim, Youna (2013) The Korean wave : Korean media go global (London: Routledge)xvi, 233 pages. ‘Introduction: Korean media in a digital cosmopolitan world’ Chua, Beng Huat and Iwabuchi, Koichi (2008), East Asian pop culture: analysing the Korean wave (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press; Eurospan [distributor]) Introduction Iwabuchi, Koichi (2002), Recentering globalization: popular culture and Japanese transnationalism (Durham: Duke University Press) viii, 275 p. pp. 1-22, 158-198. (Introduction and chapter on nostalgia) Chung, Hye Seung, ‘Hating the Korean Wave in Japan: The Exclusivist Inclusion of Zainichi Koreans in Nerima Daikon Brothers’, in Hallyu 2.0: The Korean Wave in the Age of Social Media , edited by Sangjoon Lee and Abe Mark Nornes, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2015. pp. 195-211 Jackson, Andrew David and Colette Balmain, ‘Introduction’ pp.1-12 & ‘Introduction to Part II: The South and the North’ pp. 97-101 in Korean Screen Cultures: Interrogating Cinema, TV, Music and Online games , edited by Andrew Jackson and Colette Balmain, Oxford: Peter Lang, December 2015
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Hart, Dennis, ‘Creating the National Other: Opposing Images of Nationalism in South and North Korean Education’, Korean Studies 23, pp. 68-93.
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