John Stephens is Professor in English at Macquarie University, where his main teaching and research is in children's literature. He is author of "Language and Ideology in Children's Fiction", "Retelling Stories, Framing Culture" (with Robyn McCallum), editor of "Ways of Being Male: Representing Masculinities in Children's Literature and Film", along with about sixty articles, and two books on discourse analysis. He is currently part of a research team investigating the impact of geopolitical shifts on children's literature since the end of the Cold War.


Publications:
Japanese Popular Culture and Character Fashioning: The Quest for Subjective Agency in the Animated Films, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind and Perfect Blue

What constitutes and/or determines one person’s identity and uniqueness in the discourses of Japanese popular culture?

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Creating Actionable Knowledge: Reflections of an Action Research Cohort

Accumulating knowledge as a strategic resource is a key element of sustainable competitive advantage. This paper proposes a model and suite of approaches as an infrastructural process for learning

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