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Subjectivity in Asian children's literature and film : global theories and implications / edited by John Stephens.

Contributor(s): Stephens, John, 1944-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: PN1009.A1 S83 2013Series: Children's literature and culture: Publication: New York : Routledge, 2013Description: xiii, 232 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780415806886; 0415806887.Subject(s): Children's literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc | Children's literature -- History and criticism | Children's films -- History and criticism | Children's films -- Asia -- History and criticism | Children -- Books and reading | Children -- Books and reading -- Asia | Subjectivity in literature | Subjectivity in motion pictures
Contents:
Chapter 1 Introduction: The Politics of Identity: A Transcultural Perspective on Subjectivity in Writing for Children / John Stephens -- Chapter 2 Metamorphosis: The Emergence of Glocal Subjectivities in the Blend of Global, Local, East, and West / Anna Katrina Gutierrez -- Chapter 3 The Muslima within American Children's Literature: Female Identity and Subjectivity in Novels about Pakistani-Muslim Characters / Seemi Aziz -- Chapter 4 Cooperation and Negotiation: Formation of Subjectivity in Japanese and Australian Picture Books / Miyuki Hisaoka -- Chapter 5 Subjectivity and Culture Consciousness in Chinese Children's Literature / Lifang Li -- Chapter 6 "How Can I Be the Protagonist of My Own Life?": Intimations of Hope for Teen Subjectivities in Korean Fiction and Film / Sung-Ae Lee -- Chapter 7 Contingent Subjectivity and Masculinity in Japanese Film for Young People / Christie Barber -- Chapter 8 Strong Is Beautiful: A Thai-Thai Happiness / Salinee Antarasena -- Chapter 9 Subjectivity and Ethnicity in Vietnamese Folktales with Metamorphosed Heroes / Tran Quynh Ngoc Bui -- Chapter 10 All Is Relative, Nothing Is Reliable: Inuyasha and Japanese Subjectivities / Mio Bryce -- Chapter 11 Strategic Empowerment: A Study of Subjectivity in Contemporary Indian English Children's Fiction / Suchismita Banerjee -- Chapter 12 Subjectivity without Identity: Huang Chunming's Fiction in Postcolonial Vein / Suh Shan Chen, Ming Cherng Duh -- Chapter 13 Scrivener's Progeny: Writing the Subject / Robyn Mccallum.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Chapter 1 Introduction: The Politics of Identity: A Transcultural Perspective on Subjectivity in Writing for Children / John Stephens -- Chapter 2 Metamorphosis: The Emergence of Glocal Subjectivities in the Blend of Global, Local, East, and West / Anna Katrina Gutierrez -- Chapter 3 The Muslima within American Children's Literature: Female Identity and Subjectivity in Novels about Pakistani-Muslim Characters / Seemi Aziz -- Chapter 4 Cooperation and Negotiation: Formation of Subjectivity in Japanese and Australian Picture Books / Miyuki Hisaoka -- Chapter 5 Subjectivity and Culture Consciousness in Chinese Children's Literature / Lifang Li -- Chapter 6 "How Can I Be the Protagonist of My Own Life?": Intimations of Hope for Teen Subjectivities in Korean Fiction and Film / Sung-Ae Lee -- Chapter 7 Contingent Subjectivity and Masculinity in Japanese Film for Young People / Christie Barber -- Chapter 8 Strong Is Beautiful: A Thai-Thai Happiness / Salinee Antarasena -- Chapter 9 Subjectivity and Ethnicity in Vietnamese Folktales with Metamorphosed Heroes / Tran Quynh Ngoc Bui -- Chapter 10 All Is Relative, Nothing Is Reliable: Inuyasha and Japanese Subjectivities / Mio Bryce -- Chapter 11 Strategic Empowerment: A Study of Subjectivity in Contemporary Indian English Children's Fiction / Suchismita Banerjee -- Chapter 12 Subjectivity without Identity: Huang Chunming's Fiction in Postcolonial Vein / Suh Shan Chen, Ming Cherng Duh -- Chapter 13 Scrivener's Progeny: Writing the Subject / Robyn Mccallum.

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