Pop Culture and the Everyday in Japan: Sociological Perspectives

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Manga, anime, J-pop, and other forms of Japan's mass culture are increasingly popular around the world, a situation which requires structural, demographic, and communicative research from sociological perspectives. In this study, a group of young Japanese sociologists scrutinizes the sociological foundations of the ways in which the Japanese people produce and consume cultural commodities and live their everyday lives surrounded by these products. The study includes an examination of: the dependency of Japan's youth on ...

Pop Culture and the Everyday in Japan: Sociological Perspectives 2012, Trans Pacific Press

ISBN-13: 9781920901455

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