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In-text: (Booth, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Booth, P., 2014. Slash and porn: media subversion, hyper-articulation, and parody. Continuum, 28(3), pp.396-409.
In-text: (Braun and Clarke, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Braun, V. and Clarke, V., 2006. Using thematic analysis in psychology. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 3(2), pp.77-101.
In-text: (Bryson, Holly and Moxey, 1994)
Your Bibliography: Bryson, N., Holly, M. and Moxey, K., 1994. Visual Culture. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, pp."Feminism, Psychoanalysis, and the Study of Popular Culture", pp. 304–305.
In-text: (Butler, 1999)
Your Bibliography: Butler, J., 1999. Gender Trouble. 1st ed. Taylor and Francis, pp.67-68, p. 128.
In-text: (De Certeau, 1984)
Your Bibliography: De Certeau, M., 1984. The Practice of Everyday Life. London: University of California Press.
In-text: (Ho, Jackson, Cao and Kwok, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Ho, P., Jackson, S., Cao, S. and Kwok, C., 2018. Sex With Chinese Characteristics: Sexuality Research in/on 21st-Century China. The Journal of Sex Research, 55(4-5), pp.486-521.
In-text: (Liu, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Liu, T., 2009. Intersections: Conflicting Discourses on Boys' Love and Subcultural Tactics in Mainland China and Hong Kong. [online] Intersections.anu.edu.au. Available at: <http://intersections.anu.edu.au/issue20/liu.htm> [Accessed 15 June 2018].
In-text: (McLelland, 2005)
Your Bibliography: McLelland, M., 2005. The World of Yaoi: The Internet, Censorship and the Global ‘Boys‘ Love’ Fandom. Australian Feminist Law Journal, 23(1), pp.61-77.
In-text: (McLelland, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: McLelland, M., n.d. The end of cool Japan. pp.Chapter 8 “The love that dare not speak its name”: The fate of Chinese danmei communities in the 2014 anti-porn campaign.
In-text: (Meng, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Meng, B., 2011. From Steamed Bun to Grass Mud Horse: E Gao as alternative political discourse on the Chinese Internet. Global Media and Communication, 7(1), pp.33-51.
In-text: (Nowell, Norris, White and Moules, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Nowell, L., Norris, J., White, D. and Moules, N., 2017. Thematic Analysis. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 16(1), p.160940691773384.
In-text: (Suzuki, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Suzuki, M., 2013. View of The possibilities of research on fujoshi in Japan | Transformative Works and Cultures. [online] Journal.transformativeworks.org. Available at: <http://journal.transformativeworks.org/index.php/twc/article/view/462/386> [Accessed 14 June 2018].
In-text: (Tang and Bhattacharya, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Tang, L. and Bhattacharya, S., 2011. Power and Resistance: A Case Study of Satire on the Internet. Sociological Research Online, 16(2), pp.1-9.
In-text: (Wallis, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Wallis, C., 2015. Gender and China's Online Censorship Protest Culture. Feminist Media Studies, 15(2), pp.223-238.
In-text: (Wood, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Wood, A., 2013. Boys' Love anime and queer desires in convergence culture: transnational fandom, censorship and resistance. Journal of Graphic Novels & Comics, 4(1), pp.44-63.
In-text: (Yang and Jiang, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Yang, G. and Jiang, M., 2015. The networked practice of online political satire in China: Between ritual and resistance. International Communication Gazette, 77(3), pp.215-231.
In-text: (Yates and Hasmath, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Yates, M. and Hasmath, R., 2017. When a joke is more than a joke: humor as a form of networked practice in the Chinese cyber public sphere. The Journal of Chinese Sociology, 4(1).
In-text: (Zheng, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Zheng, X., 2016. Borderless Fandom and Contemporary Popular Cultural Scene in Chinese Cyberspace. Ph.D. University of Washington.
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