Definitions of Japanese Pop Music
The Particulars of History: Japanese post-war pop from the occupation to 2000s.
The Business Side
Stardom, Fandom and Personal Identity
Technology in Music
Found in Translation
Carolyn S. Stevens is Senior Lecturer in Japanese Studies at the University of Melbourne and Deputy Director of the Asia Institute. She worked for several years in the 1990s as a consultant to a Japanese entertainment management agency, and this experience in the industry led to publications on Japanese rock fans, rock video analysis, and concert souvenir consumption. She is also editor of Contemporary Culture for the journal Japanese Studies.