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The Influence of the 1980s American Pop Culture in Jojo no Kimyō na Bōken by Hirohiko Araki

2022-10-06T12:47:02+00:00

The Influence of the 1980s American Pop Culture in Jojo no Kimyō na Bōken by Hirohiko Araki Marcellino Sebastian, Student of Japanese Area Studies, School of Strategic and Global Studies, Universitas Indonesia. Email: marcellino.sebastian01@ui.ac.id Shobichatul Aminah, Assistant Professor at Japanese Area Studies, School of Strategic and Global Studies, Universitas Indonesia. Email: shobichatul@ui.ac.id (corresponding author) Abstract This research focuses on how the American 1980s pop culture influenced the Japanese Anime and Manga. The main object of this research is the Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken series by Hirohiko Araki. Jojo no Kimyō na Bōken (Lit: Jojo's Bizarre Adventure (Acronym: Jojo)) [...]

The Influence of the 1980s American Pop Culture in Jojo no Kimyō na Bōken by Hirohiko Araki2022-10-06T12:47:02+00:00

Book Review of Akihiro Ogawa and Philip Seaton (Eds.), New Frontiers in Japanese Studies

2022-03-14T15:03:07+00:00

BOOK REVIEW Akihiro Ogawa & Philip Seaton (Edited). New Frontiers in Japanese Studies. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. 258 pp. ISBN: 9780367406806 (hbk); ISBN: 9780367821494 (ebk) (hardcover, also available as e-book). https://doi.org/10.4324/9780367821494 Md. Jahangir Alam, PhD https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6312-5685 Assistant Professor, Department of Japanese Studies, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh. E-mail: mjalam.jsc@du.ac.bd https://doi.org/10.55156/jjsem.dec2133 Download

Book Review of Akihiro Ogawa and Philip Seaton (Eds.), New Frontiers in Japanese Studies2022-03-14T15:03:07+00:00

Transgenerational Trauma in Ichiyo Higuchi’s WAREKARA A Multidisciplinary Approach to Literary Research

2022-03-14T14:44:00+00:00

Transgenerational Trauma in Ichiyo Higuchi's WAREKARA - A Multidisciplinary Approach to Literary Research Zsolt Nyeste A PhD student of the Japanese Philology Doctoral Program at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary. Currently working as, a Japanese teacher. Email: nyeste.zsolt@hunfalvy.com Abstract In this paper, I examine the heroine, Omachi's fate in Warekara – one of the last stories of Higuchi Ichiyo, the principal female author in the Meiji era –using multidisciplinary approaches. Besides literary theory, I mainly rely on a psychological perspective and the relatively new concept of transgenerational trauma. This latter can serve as an organising force behind the story's [...]

Transgenerational Trauma in Ichiyo Higuchi’s WAREKARA A Multidisciplinary Approach to Literary Research2022-03-14T14:44:00+00:00

Comparing Women Empowerment issue in Bangladesh and Japan and Its Possible Impacts

2022-03-14T14:43:46+00:00

Comparing Women Empowerment issue in Bangladesh and Japan and Its Possible Impacts Farida Yeasmin Banna Graduate Student, Department of Japanese Studies, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Email: faridayeasmin343@gmail.com Abstract This research investigates women empowerment issues by comparing Bangladesh and Japan and finding out its possible impacts in those countries. By using qualitative method, the examination of the research provides a result that women's position is increasing in Bangladesh and Japan day by day, and this comparison keeps mainly positive impacts though it has negative impacts. However, countries societal mindsets cannot be changed by writing a research paper. Many societal, organisational, [...]

Comparing Women Empowerment issue in Bangladesh and Japan and Its Possible Impacts2022-03-14T14:43:46+00:00

Hikikomori: How the Youth of Japan are Living as a Shut In

2022-03-14T14:33:27+00:00

Hikikomori: How the Youth of Japan are Living as a Shut-in Pratyusha Majumder Post Graduate Fellow, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi, India. E-mail: pratyushamajumder5@gmail.com Abstract Hikikomori in Japan is a condition in which affected people want to withdraw from society and often do not leave home for days. First identified in Japan in the late 1990s, current studies suggest that the condition is far more widespread than previously thought. Some researchers saw the growth of the withdrawal phenomenon in 1980, and it is linked to the collapse of the "bubble economy" of the generation and the [...]

Hikikomori: How the Youth of Japan are Living as a Shut In2022-03-14T14:33:27+00:00