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David C. Oh
David C. Oh
Professor of Communication Arts, Ramapo College of New Jersey
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Korean wave| K-pop fans react: Hybridity and the white celebrity-fan on YouTube
DC Oh
International Journal of Communication 11, 18, 2017
902017
Vlogging White Privilege Abroad: Eat Your Kimchi’s Eating and Spitting out of the Korean Other on YouTube
DC Oh, C Oh
Communication, Culture & Critique 10 (4), 696-711, 2017
392017
Black K-pop fan videos and polyculturalism
DC Oh
Popular Communication 15 (4), 269-282, 2017
382017
Mediating the boundaries: Second-generation Korean American adolescents’ use of transnational Korean media as markers of social boundaries
DC Oh
International Communication Gazette 74 (3), 258-276, 2012
372012
Second-generation Korean Americans and transnational media: Diasporic identifications
DC Oh
Lexington Books, 2015
312015
Unmasking Queerness: Blurring and Solidifying Queer Lines through K-Pop Cross-Dressing.
C Oh, DC Oh
Journal of Popular Culture 50 (1), 2017
292017
Black-Yellow Fences: Multicultural Boundaries and Whiteness in the Rush Hour Franchise
DC Oh
Critical Studies in Media Communication 29 (5), 349-366, 2012
292012
Outsourcing Postracialism: Voicing Neoliberal Multiculturalism in Outsourced
DC Oh, OO Banjo
Communication Theory 22 (4), 449-470, 2012
292012
Framing SARS: A case study in Toronto of a mainstream newspaper and a Chinese ethnic newspaper
DC Oh, W Zhou
Atlantic Journal of Communication 20 (5), 261-273, 2012
272012
Reconsidering ethnic media research: An argument for a diasporic identity framework
DC Oh
Atlantic Journal of Communication 24 (5), 264-275, 2016
192016
Viewing identity: Second-generation Korean American ethnic identification and the reception of Korean transnational films
DC Oh
Communication, Culture & Critique 4 (2), 184-204, 2011
182011
Representing the western super-minority: desirable cosmopolitanism and homosocial multiculturalism on a south Korean talk show
DC Oh
Television & New Media 21 (3), 260-277, 2020
162020
“Opting out of that”: White feminism’s policing and disavowal of anti-racist critique in The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
DC Oh
Critical Studies in Media Communication 37 (1), 58-70, 2020
152020
“Turning Japanese”: Deconstructive criticism of white women, the western imagination, and popular music
DC Oh
Communication, Culture & Critique 10 (2), 365-381, 2017
152017
The Orientalized “Other” and Corrosive Femininity: Threats to White Masculinity in 300
DC Oh, D V. Kutufam
Journal of Communication Inquiry 38 (2), 149-165, 2014
152014
“Until You Are Able”: South Korean Multiculturalism and Hierarchy in My Little Hero
DC Oh, C Oh
Communication, Culture & Critique 9 (2), 250-265, 2016
142016
Mediating diasporas and fandom: Second-generation Korean American adolescent diasporas, identification, and transnational popular culture
DC Oh
The Communication Review 16 (4), 230-250, 2013
142013
Whitewashing the movies: Asian erasure and white subjectivity in US film culture
DC Oh
Rutgers University Press, 2021
122021
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WM Lu, Z Xue, GS Xia, L Zhang
Preparation of Papers for IEEE TRANSACTIONS and JOURNALS, 2020
122020
“Payback for Pearl Harbor” Racist Ideologies Online of Karmic Retribution for White America and Postracial Resistance
DC Oh
Journal of Communication Inquiry 40 (3), 247-266, 2016
112016
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