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media are prevalent and popular throughout both Japan and the world. Whether the women. (shōjo) depicted in these cartoons serve as an embodiment of feminism or ... these perspectives illuminated the origin, evolution, and history of the shōjo as shōjo culture ... Appendix B: Additional examples of pop-shōjo in manga.



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The Cultural Context and the Interpretation of Japanese 'Lolita

Nov 14, 2010 ... Keywords: Japanese anime, Lolita complex, rorikon, shoujo, British media, cultural context, gender ... misrepresentation of such anime and that an exploration of the Japanese cultural context shows that teenage .... fashion, toys, manga, anime, popular art and design, all were influenced by girls' culture. At.


Three Adaptations of the Japanese Comic Book Boys Over Flowers

Jan 6, 2014 ... between cultures. On the contrary, the modifications in the adaptation can be interpreted as organizational gatekeeping according to the differences in cultural ..... interested in the global media and cultural studies. .... Taiwanese and Japanese adaptations, these narrative characteristics as a shojo manga.


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"Teaching Japanese Popular Culture." ASIANetwork Exchange: A Journal for Asian. Studies in the Liberal Arts. 17.2 (Spring 2010): 9-22. "Misora Hibari and the Girl Star in Postwar Japanese Cinema." Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. 35:1 (2009). 131-155. "Situating the Shōjo in Shōjo Manga." Japanese ...


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http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/44632. • Biteback Prize for Most-Read Review in Media and Cultural Studies, 2013. 2011. Review of Straight from the Heart: Gender, Intimacy, and the Cultural Production of. Shōjo Manga, by Jennifer S. Prough. Publishing Research Quarterly 27 (4): 370–371. 2011. Review of The Book: The Life Story ...


The Significance of Manga in the Identity-Construction of Young

popularity on young people's identity construction through popular culture (Toku, 2001c; ... What is manga? What are its characteristics, and how does it differ from comics that are produced in the western part of the world? How are its cultural ..... Female subjectivity and shoujo (girls) manga (Japanese comics): shoujo.


A Subculture of Their Own —Écriture Shōjo and Banana

Dec 4, 2015 ... the inherent qualities of the writer and their culturally constructed gender identity, and ... The Kyoto International Manga Museum ... culture (Fuss 713). Staples of shōjo culture and aesthetics can be traced to pre-war period female-oriented mangas, novels, illustrations (jojō-ga), and magazines, though.


Multiple Translation Communities in Contemporary Japan

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Tsuji, Eds. Fandom Unbound: Otaku Culture in a Connected World

Okabe, and Tsuji Izumi, is a collection of anthropological, sociological, and historical studies on otaku culture. All chapters except Ito's (chapters. 8 and 12) and ... described as one cross-section of various aspects of otaku rondan cut from the perspective of fandom studies. The editing policy adopted in Fandom Unbound.


UCLA Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Jan 1, 2015 ... and Toei Animation Studies, I show how large-scale, franchise media in Japanese production is ..... By foregrounding specific transmedia production cultures, this study provides theories of media convergence .... shōnen, or “boys,” battle manga, and shōjo, or “girls,” magical girl anime. I focus on these.


The Shojo Within the Work of Aida Makoto: Japanese Identity Since

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Towards a theory of transcultural fandom

context, Koichi Iwabuchi's4 seminal research of Japanese transnational popular culture flows and fandoms aligns closely with critical cultural studies and media globalisation scholarship that is grounded in ...... 'Girls reading Harry Potter, girls writing desire: amateur manga and shojo reading practices', in Tomoko Aoyama  ...

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Dōjinshi research as a site of opportunity for Manga Studies

International Manga Research Center, Kyoto Seika University. ISBN 978-4- 905187-01-1 http://imrc.jp/. 9. Dōjinshi research as a site of opportunity for Manga Studies. Nele Noppe. Fanworks are creative works that explicitly make use of characters and/or settings found in a copyrighted work. They are created by fans all over ...


Impact on Soft Power of Cultural Mobility: Japan to East Asia

Mar 29, 2011 ... The Hana Yori Dango manga, a popular culture text, is a romantic comedy in the genre of “shojo” (girls) manga by Kamio Yoko, and its appealing content was the basis for remakes in other media formats. In my opinion, it is the core story that creates not only the local but also the regional or international ...


Routledge Handbook of East Asian Popular Culture Koichi Iwabuchi

Nov 28, 2016 ... If we looked at the major theoretical references in media and cultural studies research in Asia. (including .... East Asian popular cultures and the examination of inter-Asian influences would urge us to ... adapted from the Japanese girls' comic (shōjo manga) series Boys Over Flowers (Hana yori dango).


Pretty in pink vs pretty in black: blogs as gendered avatars

cultural context. GIRls OnlIne. Feminists are often at odds with contemporary performances of girlhood: some argue that girls take for granted the freedoms achieved by ... gender identities was studied through speech styles, media consumption, ..... root for Japanese Shojo and Yaoi manga- and anime-inspired design styles,.


Culture, Communication, and Changing Representations of Lolita in

observe the processes by which these representations change and develop within and across cultures. ... yet in Japan this distinction is not made, with comics (manga) for adults being a significant feature of popular culture ..... The cultural influence of the shoujo led to an intense media focus on Japanese high school girls.


Visualizing emotion and seeing change in science fiction manga

how science fiction manga provides a template by which character emotion can become so integrated ... research on the political potential of Japanese popular media has focused heavily on active engagements .... frequent presence in non- shojo manga to varying degrees, as can be seen in 7BN. Because backgrounds as ...


'Comfort Women' Comics, Multi- faceted

Sep 11, 2013 ... from the Perspective of Manga Studies. Keywords: manga, manhwa, representation, genre, affect. Introduction. The International Comics Festival in Angoulême, held annually around the end of January, is the .... on the comics them- selves as well as their cultural position, confining culture not to the natio-.