Journal of Popular Culture

(The TQCC of Journal of Popular Culture is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Brazilian Musical Values of the 1960s and 1970s: Popular Urban Music from Bossa Nova to Tropicalia34
Music Videos: From Performance to Dada-Surrealism23
From Olive Oyl to Sweet Polly Purebread: Sex Role Stereotypes and Televised Cartoons20
Written in Red, White, and Blue: A Comparison of Comic Book Propaganda from World War II and September 1120
From Making Do to Making-Over: Reality TV and the Reinvention of Britishness16
The American Nudist Movement: From Cooperative to Capital, the Song Remains the Same16
From Spaghetti and Meatballs through Hawaiian Pizza to Sushi: The Changing Nature of Ethnicity in American Restaurants16
From Rap to Raï in the Mixing Bowl: Beur Hip-Hop Culture and Banlieue Cinema in Urban France15
From Muskogee to Luckenbach: Country Music and the ‘Southernization’ of America15
From Sanitation to Liberation?: The Modern and Postmodern Marketing of Menstrual Products12
Superflies into Superkillers: Black Masculinity in Film from Blaxploitation to New Black Realism12
Bitter-Sweet Conversions: Changing Times for the British Pub11
From the Shop Floor to the Show: Joseph W. McCann, Typesetting Races, and Expressive Work in 19th-century America10
Tango From the Inside: Interview With Enrique Cadicamo10
From the Keystone Cops to Miami Vice Images of Policing in American Popular Culture10
About Us: Authenticating Identity Claims in the Craft Beer Industry10
Neoliberalism Goes Pop and Purple: Postfeminist Empowerment from Beyoncé toMad Max8
From Victorian to Victoria's Secret: The Foundations of Modern Erotic Wear8
From Minnesota Fat to Seoul Food: Spam in America and the Pacific Rim6
The NBA Dandy Plays the Fashion Game:NBA All-Star All-Styleand Dress Codes of Black Masculinity6
Remember Things: Consumerism, Nostalgia, and Geek Culture in Stranger Things6
The World of Japanese Ladies' Comics: From Romantic Fantasy to Lustful Perversion5
Beautiful and Masculine: Male Make‐Up YouTubers and Heteronormativity in South Korea5
Black Heroes in Sport: From Jack Johnson to Muhammad Ali5
History from Below: Women's Underwear and the Rise of Women's Sport5
“The Future of Sex”: Intermedial Desire between Fembot Fantasies and Sexbot Technologies5
Men in Skirts and Women in Trousers, from Achilles to Victoria Grant: One Explanation of a Comedic Paradox5
The Telenovela Effect: Challenges of Location Filming and Telenovela Tourism in the Brazilian Favelas5
Subjects Are from Mars, Objects Are from Venus: Construction of the Self in Self-help5
From Curiosity to Prop-A Note on the Changing Cultural Significances of Dwarves' Presentations in Britain4
The Evolution of the Seven Deadly Sins: From God to the Simpsons4
“A Life as Potent and Dangerous as Literature Itself”: Intermediated Moves from Mrs. Dalloway to The Hours4
Resistive Radio: African Americans’ Evolving Portrayal and Participation from Broadcasting to Narrowcasting4
From Fu Manchu, Evil Genius, to James Lee Wong, Popular Hero: A Study of the Chinese-American in Popular Periodical Fiction from 1920 to 19404
From Common Dullness to Fleeting Wonder: The Manipulation of Cultural Meaning in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Saga4
From Chick Flicks to Millennial Blockbusters: Spinning Female-Driven Narratives into Franchises4
Guest Editorial: Exploring the Popular Culture and Tourism Place making Nexus4
From Folk to Computer Songs: The Evolution of Malaysian Popular Music, 1930-19903
Madness in the Making: Creating and Denying Narratives from Virginia Tech to Gotham City3
Forget Mammy!: Blaxploitation's Deconstruction of the Classic Film Trope with Black Feminism, Black Power, and “Bad” Voodoo Mamas3
Selfie‐Help: The Multimodal Appeal of Instagram Poetry3
From Kurdish Sultan to Pan-Arab Champion and Muslim Hero: The Evolution of the Saladin Myth in Popular Arab Culture3
Gospel Songs in Court: From Rural Music to Urban Industry in the 1950s3
(Un)Conventional Voyages?—Star Trek: The Cruiseand the Themed Cruise Experience3
The Changing Image of the Soviets in the Bond Saga: From Bond-Villains to “Acceptable Role Partners”3
The Texas Armadillo: From Psychedelic Totem to Regional Icon3
Following Death: Suicide as Tourist Attraction through Popular Culture3
From Sherlock to Angel: The Twenty-First Century Detective2
The Private Eye: From Print To Television2
“The Name Is Sherlock Holmes, and the Address Is 221B Baker Street”: Virtual Reality, Fan Communities, and Tourism2
Traveling in the Footsteps ofABBA2
The Somatope: from Bakhtin's Chronotope to Haraway's Cyborg via James Cameron's Dark Angel and Avatar2
Romancing the Screen: An Examination of Moving from Television to the World Wide Web in a Quest for Quasi-Intimacy2
Fashion Brands: Branding Style from Armani to Zara2
From Simplicity to Sensation: Art in American Advertising, 1904-19292
From American Graffiti to Star Wars2
Fandom as Classroom Practice: A Teaching Guide. Katherine AndersonHowell, Ed. U of Iowa P, 2018. 188 pp. $70.00 paperback. E‐book available.2
The Coca Cola of Self Help: The Branding of John Gray's Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus2
From NASL to MLS: Transnational Culture, Exceptionalism and Britain's Part in American Soccer's Coming of Age2
Taking Hell's Measurements:Popular ScienceandPopular MechanicsMagazines and the Atomic Bomb from Hiroshima to Bikini2
From the Present to the Past: An Exploration of Family Dynamics in Stephen King's Pet Sematary2
Voices From the Provinces: Living and Writing in Nizhnii Novgorod, 1870-19052
From Bawdyhouse to Cabaret: The Evolution of the Tango as an Expression of Argentine Popular Culture2
Automobile Humor: From the Horseless Carriage to the Compact Car2
Stereotypes of Women's Speech: The Word from Cartoons2
“Do the Ghosts Roam Along the Corridors Here at Ordsall Hall?”: Paranormal Media, Haunted Heritage, and Investing Historical Capital2
Liverpool's Urban Imaginary: The Beatles and Tourism Fanscapes2
Lily Tomlin's Three Faces of Queer Feminist Elders2
The Violence of Criticism: The Mutilation and Exhibition of History in From Hell12
White Guys Who Prefer Not To: From Passive Resistance (“Bartleby”) To Terrorist Acts (Fight Club)2
The PCA and Popular Culture Studies at the End of the Millennium:Quo Vadis? A View from Europe2
The Man of Tomorrow: Superman from American Exceptionalism to Globalization2
Morality in a (TV) Box, or, “I'm Not Your F[]cking Mommy!”: Lessons on Media and Mothering fromThe RingandThe Ring Two1
A Funny Black Man and His Southern Friend: 30 Rock 's Troubling (of) Representations1
You Did(n't) Build That: Audience Reception of a Reality Television Star's Transformation from a Real Housewife to a Real Brand1
Co‐Option of Graffiti and the Persona of the Artist in the Neoliberal Age1
Television, Ethnicity, and Social Change: Bill Dana, from Jose Jimenez to Sammy Davis, Jr.1
Reimagineering Tourism: Tourist‐Performer Style at Disney's Dapper Days1
From Diversion to Fatal Attraction: The Transformation of a Morality Play into a Hollywood Hit1
Media Tourism and Conflict Heritage in Dubrovnik, Westeros1
Cut and Paste: Repurposing Texts From Commonplace Books to Facebook1
Editorial: Popular Culture and Philosophy1
Theatre and Acculturation in Russia from Peasant Emancipation to the First World War1
The American Bar and the Irish Pub: A Study in Comparisons and Contrasts1
Introduction Australian Literature-From the “Cultural Cringe” to the Confident Future1
Laughin' Just to Keep From Cryin': Fariña's Blues Novel1
No Arts, No Letters, No Society, and Which Is Worst of All, Zombies:The Walking Deadand Hobbesian Politics1
The Difference Between World and Want: Adulthood and the Horrors of History in Stephen King's IT 1
Upstairs and Downstairs: British Costume Drama Television from The Forsyte Saga to Downton Abbey . JamesLeggott and Julie AnneTaddeo, eds. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2015. ix1
“A Bookkeeper, Not an Accountant”: Representing the Lower Middle Class from Victorian Novels and Music-Hall Songs to Television Sitcoms1
Modern Melodrama: How the American TelenovelaJane the VirginUpdates the Sentimental Novel1
Playing with Space in Suzanne Collins'sThe Hunger GamesTrilogy and Koushun Takami'sBattle Royale: Remastered1
Unpopular Culture: Ecological Dissonance and Sustainable Futures in Media‐Induced Tourism1
Can You Separate the Sizzle from the Steak? Learning a Few Tricks of the Advertising Trade can make you a Smarter Shopper1
Place, Peripherality, and Play: Reflections on Film Tourism in Ireland1
The Survival of Biology: “Lessons” on Race from The Oprah Winfrey Show1
Mitt Romney, Mormonism, and the Media: Popular Depictions of a Religious Minority1
Bombs From Coke Cans: Appropriating Mass Culture in Bobbie Ann Mason's In Country1
Hustlin’ from the Page to the Screen: “The Black Experience Book” in the Age of Blaxploitation Film1
Facebook, Neoliberalism, and the Foreclosing of Imagination1
“Origami: From Japanese Folk Artto American Popular Art”1
Automated Theatre: Theatrical Futures from the Recent Past1
A New Jack Cop in a New Jack City : New Black Realism and Conceptions of the “Bad Man”1
The Greek Fandom of Turkish Soap Operas and the Tourism Industry: Traveling through Borders, Realities, and Identities1
The Platform Economy: How Japan Transformed the Consumer Internet. MarcSteinberg. U of Minnesota P, 2019. 304 pp. $108.00 cloth. $27.00 paperback.1
From Betty Crocker to Feminist Food Studies: Critical Perspectives on Women and Food1
World Book Day and Its Discontents: The Cultural Politics of Book‐Based Fancy Dress1
Where Is a Minority’s Popular Culture Archived? An Answer from the Jewish Community of Turkey1
Strategies of Adaptation in the Finnish Publications of Marvel's Superhero Comics1
From Teahouse to Loudspeaker: The Popular Entertainer in the People's Republic of China1
Afrofuturism, Power, and Marvel Comics'sBlack Panther1
Soviet Calendar Celebrations: A Glimpse at a Few Examples from the Present Ukrainian Experience1
Utopian Home Spaces in Shelter Media1
A View from a Village: Popular Political Culture in Sixteenth-Century England1
Comics from the Underground: Publishing Revolutionary Comic Books in the 1960s and Early 1970s1
Comic Theory from a Feminist Perspective: A Look at Jerry Lewis1
Framing Storytelling: Indigenous Graphic Narratives1
Otaku Tourists Out of Japan: Fictionality , Shared Memories, and the Role of National Branding in the Japanese Pilgrimages of Anime Fans in the United1
Mothers and Antiheroes: Analyzing Motherhood and Representation inWeeds,Sons of Anarchy, andBreaking Bad1