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Apan since the term 'otaku' appeared in the niche publication Manga Burikko in Debating Otaku in Contemporary Japan disrupts the naturalization and trivialization of 'otaku' by examining the historical contingency of the term as a way to identify and contain problematic youth consumers and fan cultures in Otaku in Contemporary Kindle Ø Japan Its chapters many translated from Japanese and available in English for the first time – and with a foreword by Otsuka Eiji former editor of Manga Burikko – explore key moments in the evolving discourse of 'otaku' in Japan Rather than presenting a smooth triumphant narrative of the transition of a subculture to the m.

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Debating Otaku in Contemporary Japan Kindle ´ Otaku

Debating Otaku in Contemporary Japan Kindle ´ Otaku Patrick W Galbraith earned in Contemporary eBook ↠ a PhD in Information Studies from the University of Tokyo and is currently pursuing a second PhD in Cultural Anthropology at Duke University He is the author of The Otaku Encyclopedia Kodansha Tokyo Realtime Akihabara White Rabbit Press Otaku Spaces Chin Music Press Debating Otaku PDF or and The Moe Manifesto Tuttle as well as the co editor of Idols and.

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