User:Rachel Thorn/Sandbox 4

This page is for the "Further Readings" of the Yaoi article.

Suggested Further ReadingsEdit

The list as transferred from Yaoi as of Friday, August 22, 2008. Timothy Perper (talk) 17:58, 22 August 2008 (UTC)

new refsEdit

Daniels, Joshua M. Needs year "'Lost in translation': Anime, moral rights, and market failure." Boston University Law Review, 88:709-744. Accessed August 24, 2008. [A thoughtful analysis of the moral rights of the artist and the legal duties of the translator for anime, but holds for manga as well.]

"Doraemon Doujinshi Accused of Infringing Copyright." February 4, 2005. Accessed August 23, 2008. [Some details about a case that occurred in Japan. No author given.]

Granick, Jennifer. August 16, 2008. "Harry Potter Loves Malfoy." Wired Magazine. and Accessed August 23, 2008. [Comment: two pages with different URLs.]

"Kick-ass Maidens: Women enter a male fantasy realm." August 31, 2006. The Economist. Accessed August 23, 2008. [Comment: About women as fans of dojinshi and fantasy. No author given.]

Pink, Daniel H. October 22, 2007. "Japan, Ink: Inside the Manga Industrial Complex." Wired Magazine: Issue 15:11. Accessed August 23, 2008. [Comment: About copyright; has interviews and quotes.]

Ruh, Brian (2005) "Creating 'Amateur' Manga in the US: Pedagogy, Professionalism, and Authenticity." International Journal of Comic Art 7 (2), Fall/Winter 2005: 375-394. Accessed August 23, 2008. [Comment: This article originally appeared in the International Journal of Comic Art and is paginated here as it originally appeared for citation purposes.]

Salathong, Jessada (main article) and Manta Klangboonkrong (sidebar). February 15, 2008. "Cartoon culture: Forget green tea and digital cameras - Japan's greatest export is manga." The Nation: Entertainment & Leisure. Accessed August 23, 2008. [NMG News Co., Ltd.; 1854 Bangna-Trat Road, Bangna, Bangkok 10260 Thailand. About fans, dojinshi,]

Ty, Kanara. 8 August 2008. "Bishonen and Gay -- in Technicolor!" Asia Pacific Arts Accessed 28 August, 2008. [Comment: I don't like this one much - it feels like the author has read the Wikipedia article and gotten muddled.] -Malkinann (talk) 06:07, 28 August 2008 (UTC)

Dojinshi references from TP SandboxEdit

All these came from some earlier reference searches on one of my sandboxes. The refs need to be checked and confirmed. Timothy Perper (talk) 17:55, 22 August 2008 (UTC)

From Peregrine Fisher, earlier:

ANN has some stuff about lolicon. Mostly answerman Q and A's, but also a news article. I think answerman is reliable for general facts. We wouldn't want to use his opinions, or else we could say "ANN's answerman feels that..." Loli backlash in Japan news article, recent upswing in lolicon fans, bunch more
Dojinshi articles copyright issues and devoloping new manga artists, economics of dojinshi, pretty good, general search, alternate spelling general search.
Peregrine Fisher (talk) 06:10, 27 December 2007 (UTC)

Did a Google search on webmanga. Found many, clearly ephemeral examples, plus the gocomi website that advertises (?) webmanga. Also a book on webcomics by searching Google Books with "webmanga." Nothing analytical nor any overviews or discussion.

Found this
List of manga - Webmanga by English title
List of manga - Webmanga by English title: Encyclopedia II - List of manga - Webmanga by English title
Manga primarily available online (Most of these are dojinshi.) 9th Elsewhere - Eversummer Eve - Kagerou - Megatokyo (メガトーキョー) - Mission Trance3 - Okashina Okashi - Tiger Punch - Tsunami Channel - Virus Manga - - dojinshi in America - ANN definition
: - yaoi and otome road - another on copyright.

McLelland bibliographyEdit

An incomplete but very useful list. This website lists lots of people's bibliographies.

Dr. Mark McLelland Lecturer Sociology University of Wollongong

The International Yaoi Boys' Love Fandom and the Regulation of Virtual Child Pornography: The Implications of Current Legislation (with Dr. Seyunghyun Yoo, Assistant Professor, Behavior and Community Health Sciences, University of Pittsburgh) Sexuality Research and Social Policy: Journal of NSRC Volume 4, Number 1 (March 2007)

Why are Japanese Girls' Comics full of Boys Bonking? Refractory: A Journal of Entertainment Media Volume 10 (2006/2007)

A Short History of 'Hentai' Intersections: Gender, History & Culture in the Asian Context Issue 12 (January 2006)

The World of Yaoi: The Internet, Censorship and the Global 'Boys' Love Fandom Australian Feminist Law Journal Volume 23 (December 2005)

"A Mirror for Men": Idealised Depictions of White Men and Gay Men in Japanese Women's Media Transformations Issue 6 (February 2003)

Kamingu Auto: Homosexuality and Popular Culture in Japan IIAS Newsletter Issue 29 (November 2002)

Local meanings in global space: a case study of women's 'Boy Love' web sites in Japanese and English Mots Pluriels et Grands Themes de Notre Temps Number 19 (October 2001)

Why Are Japanese Girls' Comics full of Boys Bonking? Intensities: the Journal of Cult Media Issue 1 (Spring/Summer 2001)

No Climax, No Point, No Meaning? Japanese Women's Boy-Love Sites on the Internet Journal of Communication Inquiry, Volume 24, Number 3 (July 2000)

The Love Between 'Beautiful Boys' in Japanese Women's Comics Journal of Gender Studies Volume 9, Issue 1 (March 2000)

Male Homosexuality and Popular Culture in Modern Japan Intersections: Gender, History & Culture in the Asian Contex Issue 3 (January 2000)


We need to check all these references. That means accessing them, checking author, date, title and so on. It also means adding our editorial opinions about reliability and so on. Timothy Perper (talk) 18:02, 22 August 2008 (UTC)

I figure most of them meet WP:RS - the blog entry by Christopher Butcher is a bit more "grey literature" than some of the others, but I figure it squeaks in under WP:SPS. -Malkinann (talk) 00:33, 23 August 2008 (UTC)