1.Gill, R. 2003, ‘From Sexual Objectification to Sexual Subjectification:
The Resexualisation of Women’s Bodies in the Media”, *Feminist Media
Studies*, vol. 3, no. 1,* *pp. 100–106.
*The article begins at the second page aka p100*
*On this matter, we can also refer to another book:*
—- Bodies Imaged Women, Self-objectification and Subjectification. By Robinson, Shelagh 2004
2.Schein, L. 1994, ‘The Consumption of Color and the Politics of White Skin in Post-Mao China‘, *Social Text*, no. 41,* *pp. 141-164.
*The one about ‘white women’s image’ in and the shifting perspective in
looking at them from 1980s to 1990s in China*
3. *In order to under what Gill and Schein talked about ‘the gaze’, you might need to review Laura Mulvey’s seminal work on theorising ‘the male gaze’:*
Mulvey, L. 1975, ‘Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema‘, *Screen*, vol. 16, no. 3,* *pp. 6-18.
* This article is largely based on psychoanalysis methods. But the concept of ‘the male
gaze’ is an important one.*
4. On important historical shifts in contemporary China:
Lu, S.H.P. 1996, ‘Postmodernity, Popular Culture, and the Intellectual: A
Report on Post-Tiananmen China‘, *boundary 2*, vol. 23, no. 2,* *pp.
5.Perry, E.J. 1993, ‘China in 1992: An Experiment in Neo-Authoritarianism‘,
*Asian Survey*, vol. 33, no. 1,* *pp. 12-21.
6. If there is further interest, I have also attached a chapter “neoliberalism
with Chinese characteristics” from:
Harvey, D. 2005, *A Brief History of Neoliberalism*, Oxford University
7. *The Taiwan media scholar Ke Yufen’s article on Hello Kitty explains quite
a few media studies notions (esp. Frankfurt School and Baudrillard) in
Ke, Y. 2001, ‘*流行文化中認同政治的產製：以凱蒂貓的消費為例* (Production of identity politics in
popular culture: an example from the consumption of Hello Kitty)*‘, in 郭良文(ed.), *《台灣的廣告發展》*, 學富文化, Taipei, pp. 273-293.