Introducing Japanese Popular Culture

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Alisa Freedman, Toby Slade
Routledge, 2018. jan. 2. - 550 oldal
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Specifically designed for use on a range of undergraduate and graduate courses, Introducing Japanese Popular Culture is a comprehensive textbook offering an up-to-date overview of a wide variety of media forms. It uses particular case studies as a way into examining the broader themes in Japanese culture and provides a thorough analysis of the historical and contemporary trends that have shaped artistic production, as well as, politics, society, and economics. As a result, more than being a time capsule of influential trends, this book teaches enduring lessons about how popular culture reflects the societies that produce and consume it.

With contributions from an international team of scholars, representing a range of disciplines from history and anthropology to art history and media studies, the book’s sections include:

  • Television
  • Videogames
  • Music
  • Popular Cinema
  • Anime
  • Manga
  • Popular Literature
  • Fashion
  • Contemporary Art

Written in an accessible style by a stellar line-up of international contributors, this textbook will be essential reading for students of Japanese culture and society, Asian media and popular culture, and Asian Studies in general.

 

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List of Figures
Serious Approaches
Japans Surprisingly Cheeky Mascot
Tracking Japanese Cute Culture
Depictions of Justice in Tokusatsu
Romance of the Working Woman
The World Too Much with Us in Japanese Travel Television
Embodied Experience
Robots and Magical Girls in Anime Marketing
The Mediascape
GenderBending
The Ghost Is Not in the Shell
Murakami Harukis Transnational AvantPop Literature
The Rise and Fall of Japanese
The Cultural Significance of Fireworks in Japan
The Fantasy Space of the Urban Street Corner

PostApocalyptic
Managing Manga Studies in the Convergent Classroom
Expressive Energy in Female Self
Studio Ghibli Media Tourism
Virtual Idol Media Platform and Crowd
JapaneseAmerican Sojourners and
Idols and Affective Economics
Globalizing Underground Music
Understanding the Complex
Godzilla Cheese and
Yotsuya Ghost Story
Mystified Film Historians
In the Wake of Hiroshima Nagasaki
Reflective Identity in Transforming Urban Space
Promoting and Policing Otaku in Cool Japan
Modern Ruins as Debris of
Fashion
A New Generation of Fashion Designers
Mens Fashion Magazines Male Aesthetic Ideals
Superflat Life
Notes from an Apathetic Continent
Glossary
Bibliography
Index
Copyright

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Alisa Freedman is an Associate Professor at the University of Oregon and Editor-in-Chief of U.S.–Japan Women’s Journal. Her publications include Tokyo in Transit: Japanese Culture on the Rails and Road (2010).

Toby Slade is an Associate Professor at the University of Tokyo. His publications include Japanese Fashion: A Cultural History (2009).

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