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Rifas, Leonard: "Korean War Comic Books and the Militarization of US Masculinity." In: positions. east asia cultures critique 23.4 (2015), S. 618–631. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Languages: englisch
Peer reviewed
BibTeX citation key: Rifas2015
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Keywords: Gender, Krieg, USA
Creators: Rifas
Collection: positions. east asia cultures critique
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Abstract
US comic books published about the Korean War during that conflict represented the war as an opportunity for US boys to become men through bloody, hand-to-hand combat. Korean War comic book representations of Asian men and women fell into a few basic types. The messages in US war comics were constrained by the need to avoid discouraging military recruitment.
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