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Otaku: Japan's Database Animals Otaku: Japan's Database Animals Kindle ☆ Otaku: otaku: free, japan's book, database kindle, animals kindle, Otaku: Japan's kindle, Otaku: Japan's Database AnimalsOtaku: Japan's Database Animals MOBIIn 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.

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  • Otaku: Japan's Database Animals
  • Hiroki Azuma
  • English
  • 13 November 2019
  • 0816653526

About the Author: Hiroki Azuma

Otaku: Japan's Database Animals Kindle ☆ Otaku: otaku: free, japan's book, database kindle, animals kindle, Otaku: Japan's kindle, Otaku: Japan's Database AnimalsOtaku: Japan's Database Animals MOBIin JapaneseAn influential Japanese literary critic and philosopher.



10 thoughts on “Otaku: Japan's Database Animals

  1. João João says:

    Otaku: Japan's Database Animals Kindle ☆ Otaku: otaku free, japan's book, database kindle, animals kindle, Otaku Japan's kindle, Otaku Japan's Database AnimalsOtaku Japan's Database Animals MOBIHiroki 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 fizzling subculture that has already been supplying the mainstream its vocabulary for

  2. Tim Pendry Tim Pendry says:

    Otaku: Japan's Database Animals Kindle ☆ Otaku: otaku free, japan's book, database kindle, animals kindle, Otaku Japan's kindle, Otaku Japan's Database AnimalsOtaku Japan's Database Animals MOBIAzuma 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

  3. Nick Tramdack Nick Tramdack says:

    Otaku: Japan's Database Animals Kindle ☆ Otaku: otaku free, japan's book, database kindle, animals kindle, Otaku Japan's kindle, Otaku Japan's Database AnimalsOtaku Japan's Database Animals MOBIAs 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 through citation and imitation of previous works I could not agree According t As a result, instead of narratives creating characters, it became a general strategy to create character settings first, followed by wo

  4. Marija S. Marija S. says:

    Otaku: Japan's Database Animals Kindle ☆ Otaku: otaku free, japan's book, database kindle, animals kindle, Otaku Japan's kindle, Otaku Japan's Database AnimalsOtaku Japan's Database Animals MOBIThis book needs some serious editing, structuring and explaining of presumptions it utilises e.g not everyone is familiar with works of mentioned philosophers It presented some concepts that I honestly did not grasp at all but this does not necessarily make them less plausible the author just generally lacks in the field of coherent, argumented discourse.I do not recommend this book to readers who are completely unfamiliar with Japan and anime subculture I got through it solely on my deep This book needs some serious editing, structuring and expl

  5. Chant Cowen Chant Cowen says:

    Otaku: Japan's Database Animals Kindle ☆ Otaku: otaku free, japan's book, database kindle, animals kindle, Otaku Japan's kindle, Otaku Japan's Database AnimalsOtaku Japan's Database Animals MOBIRhizome You re no longer my friend Database animal is now my friend.

  6. Avery Avery says:

    Otaku: Japan's Database Animals Kindle ☆ Otaku: otaku free, japan's book, database kindle, animals kindle, Otaku Japan's kindle, Otaku Japan's Database AnimalsOtaku Japan's Database Animals MOBII mentioned to someone how I was reading this book about how Japanese pop culture fans like to remix what they re reading into parodies and spinoffs.My friend said to me, Oh, you mean like how the Tale of Genji was read in the Edo period I wish I

  7. I.M. Slime I.M. Slime says:

    Otaku: Japan's Database Animals Kindle ☆ Otaku: otaku free, japan's book, database kindle, animals kindle, Otaku Japan's kindle, Otaku Japan's Database AnimalsOtaku Japan's Database Animals MOBIA fascinating read, though I d recommend a base familiarity with postmodernism going in, as it will make the theory a bitaccessible Would recommend for any blooming fans of contemporary media studies it s amazing to see just how accurate Azuma s predictions of modern culture are, given that the book was written just under two decades ago A wonderful and compact book

  8. Rei Avocado Rei Avocado says:

    Otaku: Japan's Database Animals Kindle ☆ Otaku: otaku free, japan's book, database kindle, animals kindle, Otaku Japan's kindle, Otaku Japan's Database AnimalsOtaku Japan's Database Animals MOBII 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 recombine.first of all I ll start off by saying that I don t buy into post moderni 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 prese

  9. Neal Alexander Neal Alexander says:

    Otaku: Japan's Database Animals Kindle ☆ Otaku: otaku free, japan's book, database kindle, animals kindle, Otaku Japan's kindle, Otaku Japan's Database AnimalsOtaku Japan's Database Animals MOBIIn the Western media, otaku tend to be men with an unhealthy interest in female characters in anime, manga and video games In standard Japanese, otaku means another person s house or family, and can be used metaphorically as a formal you pronoun One explanation for how the word came to refer to fans of comics and animation is that they supposedly persisted in this formal address among themselves, even when close friends, suggesting social awkwardness T

  10. aa aa says:

    Otaku: Japan's Database Animals Kindle ☆ Otaku: otaku free, japan's book, database kindle, animals kindle, Otaku Japan's kindle, Otaku Japan's Database AnimalsOtaku Japan's Database Animals MOBIThe 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 about technology evolution, which supposedly piggybacks off of Kuhn s The Structure The database model of character traits resonates with my experiences wat

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