Asian Studies Review

(The TQCC of Asian Studies Review is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Assessing the South Korean Model of Emergency Management during the COVID-19 Pandemic36
Gentle yet Manly: Xiao xian rou, Male Cosmetic Surgery and Neoliberal Consumer Culture in China20
Tibetan Language Rights and Civil Society in the People’s Republic of China: Challenges of and for Rights17
Resisting Foreign Hostility in China’s English-language News Media during the COVID-19 Crisis16
Social Media and Elections in Southeast Asia: The Emergence of Subversive, Underground Campaigning13
Explaining the Evolution of China’s Government–Environmental NGO Relations since the 1990s: A Conceptual Framework and Case Study9
Transnational Familyhood and Migration Strategies among Parachute Kids-turned-Parents from Hong Kong8
Fan Conflicts and State Power in China: Internalised Heteronormativity, Censorship Sensibilities, and Fandom Police7
The Duty to Transform: Properly Refining the Body and (Re)defining Oneself in Thailand7
The Art of Performing Affectation: Manufacturing and Branding an Enterprising Self by Chinese E-Commerce Traders7
Women’s Political Participation in Post-conflict Settings: The Case of Timor-Leste6
Belonging, Citizenship and Ambivalence among Young Gay, Bisexual and Queer Indian Singaporean Men6
Hong Kong’s Constructive Identity and Political Participation: Resisting China’s Blind Nationalism6
Unmasking the Middle Class in the Philippines: Aspirations, Lifestyles and Prospects for Sustainable Consumption6
Can Civil Society Safeguard Rights in Asia?5
The Causes and Consequences of Plagiarism by Journalists in Central Asia5
Going Solo: An Analysis of China’s ‘Single Economy’ through the Date-renting Industry5
Contesting China-funded Projects in Cambodia: The Case of Stung Chhay Areng Hydropower5
Body Modification in East Asia: History and Debates5
The Paradoxes of “Vernacularised” Liberalism in Southeast Asia4
The Emergence of Populist Nationalism and ‘Illiberal’ Peacebuilding in Sri Lanka4
Brand Nohomonationalism: Guofeng (‘National Style’) Framings of Boys’ Love Television Series in China4
The Art of Monument Politics: The North Korean State, Juche and International Politics4
Leftover or Individualised? Representations of Chinese Single Womanhood in Western English-language News Media4
The Polemical Rhetoric of Jack Neo’s Ah Boys to Men and Repertoires of Filmic Masculinity as Sacrifice in Singapore4
Who will be Asia’s Next Unicorn? Comparing Marriage Equality in Taiwan with Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea4
Your Bodies are Our Future: Vietnamese Men’s Engagement with Korean Television Dramas as a Technology of the Self4
The “Savage–Victim–Saviour” Story Grammar of the North Korean Human Rights Industry4
Deracialisation or Body Fashion? Cosmetic Surgery and Body Modification in Japan4
Homes, Home Lives and Precarious Privilege: Older Western Residents and Differing Lifestyle Mobilities in Ubud, Bali3
Negotiating and Contesting Confucian Workplace Culture in South Korea3
Nikah Express: Malay Polygyny and Marriage-making at the Malaysian–Thai Border3
Demobilising and Reorienting Online Emotions: China’s Emotional Governance during the COVID-19 Outbreak3
Dynamics of Trust and Mistrust in the Afghanistan–Pakistan Relationship3
Whose Suffering? National Identity and the Contest to Define Victimhood in Indonesia’s Genocide3
Cinematic Representations of the Gwangju Uprising: Visualising the “New” South Korea inA Taxi Driver3
Friends and Foes: Human Rights, the Philippine Left and Duterte, 2016–20173
Towards a History of Conservative Liberalism in Thailand after the 1932 Siamese Revolution: An Ideological Analysis3
Engaging with Labour Migrants: Emigration Policy in Tajikistan3
The New Chinese Individual: Confronting the Divided Self inNe Zha: Birth of the Demon Child3
Locating Liberalisms in Southeast Asia: An Introductory Essay3
Digital Payments on the Agenda: How Supply-side Actors Framed Cash and Digital Payments during the COVID-19 Pandemic in India2
Brokerage in the Cross-border Labour Market: Recruitment and Training of Vietnamese IT Workers by Japanese Temporary Staffing Firms2
Assessing Domestic Change and Continuity in North Korea2
China’s Push for Greater Influence in the Popular Culture Arena: The Ip Man Saga2
Staging Images of Everyday Life in Late Colonial Korea: Colonial Visuality and the Proliferation of Amateur Photography2
Transwar Continuities of Colonial Intimacy: Korean–Japanese Relationships in Korean Cinema, 1940s–1960s2
Singaporean Women Living in China: The Uneven Burdens of Middle-class Transnational Caregiving2
Rights Consciousness in Malaysia: How an Electoral Reform Movement Fostered a Sense of Political Efficacy amongst Citizens2
Love, Affection and Intimacy in Marriage of Young People in Vietnam2
Singapore Comes to Terms with its Malay Past: The Politics of Crafting a National History2
A Research Agenda for the Study of Southeast Asian Liberalisms2
Disciplining Statelessness: Fragmentary Outcomes of the Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy in India2
Bordering Ladakh, Again: From Ecological Flows to Cartographic Competition2
The Myth of Non-interference: Chinese Foreign Policy in Cambodia2
The Discourse of Self-learning: An Analysis of Japan’s EPA Programme for Healthcare Workers from Southeast Asia2
Packaging, Persuasion and Propaganda: Popular Preaching and Islamic Counter-publics in Indonesia2
Chinese Nationalism through the Prism of the Sino–Japanese Dispute over the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands2
Liberalism in Indonesia: Between Authoritarian Statism and Islamism2
Visualising Korea: Critical Moments in History, Society and Politics2
“Mandarin Fever” and Chinese Language-learning in Brunei’s Middle Schools: Discrepant Discourses, Multifaceted Realities and Institutional Barriers2
Body Modification in East Asia: An Introduction1
Female Labour Force Participation and the Reduction in Son Preference in China1
Visualising Korea: The Politics of the Statue of Peace1
Democratic Regression and Environmental Politics in Indonesia1
The Global Imperative: Chinese Cross-Border E-Commerce and its Political-Economic Implications in a Deglobalising World1
Semiotics of rape: sexual subjectivity and violation in rural India Semiotics of rape: sexual subjectivity and violation in rural India , by Rupal Oza, Duke University P1
Contested Memories, Precarious Apology: The Vietnam War in Contemporary Korean Art1
Securing Taiwan: Separating the Two Sides of the Taiwan Strait in Japan’s China Policy1
Why Are You Learning Japanese? Vietnamese University Students’ Perspectives on Work and Life between Vietnam and Japan1
I am a Real Korean: The Effect of Government Support on Multicultural Youth’s National Identity1
Sharia Cooperatives and Mosque Ecosystems: The Devolution of Halal Entrepreneurship in Indonesia1
Disabling Lee Kuan Yew and the Singapore Story: The Problematic Logics of Inclusion in Contemporary Singapore1
A Critical Discourse Analysis of Resistance to Climate Change in China’s English-Language News Media1
An Arab Indonesian Singing Preacher, an Islamic Mass Concert, and the Historic Capture of a Public Space in Malaysia1
Markets and the Development of Social Trust in the Everyday Politics of North Korea: Chinese Entrepreneurs’ Perspectives1
The Emergence of Transcultural Humanistic Buddhism through the Lens of Religious Entrepreneurship1
Co-Constructing a Gender–State Entanglement in Canonical Three Kingdoms Fandom: A Discourse-Historical Approach1
Freedom from Consumption: The Reformist Critique of Consumptive Islam in Indonesia1
The Chineseness of Urban Cultural Policy in Taiwan1
An Anatomy of Satirical Cartoons in Contemporary Vietnam: Political Communication and Representations of Systemic Corruption in a One-party State1
Towards a new paradigm for English language teaching: English for specific purposes in Asia and beyond1
Ten Years as Boundary Object: The Search for Identity and Belonging as ‘Hongkongers’1
The BJP Government and the Kashmiri Pandits: Managing the Politics of Displacement in India1
Collective Memory and Everyday Politics in North Korea: A Qualitative Text Analysis of New Year Statements, 1946–20191
The End of Compromise: Political Meanings of Thailand’s First National Day Celebrations on 24 June 19391
Language, Mobility and Employability among Southeast Asian Migrant Workers in Japan1
A Double-edged Sword: Gender and Intersectionality of Korean American Ethnic Return Migration1
Retrospective Witnessing: Paintings of Grievous Deaths in the Korean War1
Korea’s “Pushing Hands”: The Story behind the Global Cultural Expansion of Korean Martial Arts1
Gendered Moralities and Cinematic Representations of Indonesian Muslims and their Arab Others1
Is ‘Easy Japanese’ a Language Option? Local Responses to the Increasing Foreign Resident Population from Southeast Asia1
Liberalism in Cambodia: Broken Lineages1
The Shadow Economy and Social Change in North Korea1
Authoritarianism at School: Indoctrination Education, Political Socialisation, and Citizenship in North Korea1
The Weakening of Social Control in North Korea since the Arduous March: The Case of Physical Education1