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In Japan, Obsessive Adult Fans And Collectors Of Manga And Anime Are Known As Otaku Hiroki Azuma S Otaku Offers A Critical, Philosophical, And Historical Inquiry Into The Characteristics And Consequences Of This Consumer Subculture. Otaku

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10 thoughts on “Otaku

  1. says:

    Hiroki Azuma is quite schematic in applying the principles of postmodern theory to narrative consumption, which he argues has now become database consumption in contemporary otaku culture Two trojan horses are at play here Japan stands as a place that can either lead the way to an advanced, post modern consumerist society or an exception that bends, but confirms, the rule, while otaku stands a

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    Azuma s theoretical analysis of Japanese Otaku culture provides some useful insights into Japanese intellectual life, applied post modernism and a phenomenon which, like rap from the other side of the world, has spread with globalisation The footnotes are as valuable as the text.It is perhaps a sign of that spread that my daughter English was able to point out quite quickly that two illustrations

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    Baudrillard scelgo te Traduzione in inglese del celebre D butsuka suru posutomodan , di Azuma Hiroki.I pro.Azuma offre una brevissima cronistoria critica dell approccio otaku all animazione giapponese, e dei legami tra i due, cronistoria ben pi sensata di quanto si legge di solito sull argomento difatti p...

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    As a result, instead of narratives creating characters, it became a general strategy to create character settings first, followed by works and projects, including the stories I m a lapsed anime fan I spent 2002 2006 wondering why all the series out were so terrible As Azuma puts it from the beginning the sense of realism in otaku genres has been weak in many cases, even original works create worlds thr

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    I gave it to stars because frankly, I quite loved the insight and history on otaku culture but I m not going to be nice here I really did not enjoy this book at all and it s entirely for ideological reasons, and also because the translators should ve probably stuck with the simple present rather than the present continuous for a lot of sentences Creators are analyzing and recombining vs creators analyze and

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    The database model of character traits resonates with my experiences watching anime and observing anime fans I ve noticed that anime tends to produce really out there and interesting characters, which I often find inspiration in when creating NPC s in tabletop RPG s I am DM ing So this explains where that comes from How the moe elements build on each other and evolve reminds me of W Brian Arthur s argument abou

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    Had to read this for class so I m not as into it as I would be other books However, aside from the dryness in language there were several mistakes, mislabeling of Sailor Mars and Sakura from Urusei Yatsura for one and several spelling mistakes made it hard to get through.

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    Hard to understand, but pretty enlightening.

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