Michelle H. S. Ho
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Is Nadeshiko Japan “feminine?” Manufacturing sport celebrity and national identity on Japanese morning television
MHS Ho
Journal of Sport and Social Issues 38 (2), 164-183, 2014
212014
Tracing tears and triple axels: Media representations of Japan’s women figure skaters
MHS Ho
International Journal of Cultural Studies 20 (6), 620-635, 2017
32017
Consuming women in blackface: Racialized affect and transnational femininity in Japanese advertising
MHS Ho
Japanese Studies 37 (1), 49-69, 2017
32017
Desiring the Singapore story: affective attachments and national identities in Anthony Chen's Ilo Ilo
MHS Ho
Journal of Chinese Cinemas 9 (2), 173-186, 2015
32015
Affect: Nishihara Satsuki
MHS Ho
Japanese Media and Popular Culture: An Open-Access Digital Initiative of the …, 2020
2020
Queer and normal: dansō (female-to-male crossdressing) lives and politics in contemporary Tokyo
MHS Ho
Asian Anthropology 19 (2), 102-118, 2020
2020
Housewives watching crime: Mediating social identity and voyeuristic pleasures in Japanese wide shows
MHS Ho
Routledge Handbook of Japanese Media, 213-227, 2018
2018
An Affective Reading of Precarious Japan
MHS Ho
electronic journal of contemporary japanese studies, 2016
2016
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