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Boys' love, byte-sized : a qualitative exploration of queer-themed microfiction in Chinese cyberspace
G. Shaw
Published 14 December 2017
Sociology
This project undertakes an in-depth, qualitative investigation into queer-themed ‘Boys Love’ microfiction within the realm of Chinese cyberspace, with the aim of further understanding both the… Expand
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