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様々な分野に大きな影響を与える日本の大衆文化に関するテーマ別論文集
日本の大衆文化 全 4 巻
Japanese Popular Culture. 4 vols.
Allen, Matthew / Sakamoto, Rumi (eds.), Japanese Popular Culture: Critical
Concepts in Asian Studies. 4 vols. (Critical Concepts in Asian Studies) 1658 pp.
2014:6 (Routledge, UK) <611-1519>
ISBN 978-0-415-82789-8
hard set
今日において、日本の大衆文化は、映画文化、アニメ、テレビ、インターネット、ソー
シャルメディア、音楽、ファッション、マンガなどの分野、そして技術にもグローバルな
影響を及ぼしています。アニメとマンガを中心とするテレビや映画などの視覚文化は、20
世紀後半における日本の大衆文化の輸出の第一波を先導しており、それ以来日本と外国の
双方において、これらの輸出に対する学術的関心が急速に高まりました。輸出の第二波は、
グローバル・メディアのデジタル化に続いて起こり、急速な情報の伝達、グローバルな繋
がり、ニューメディアの発達は、日本の大衆文化の紹介・批判・参加・変化の土台となり
ました。
本論文集の第 1 巻「20 世紀の日本の大衆文化」は、
「日本における大衆文化の研究」
「戦
後:1945~79 年」
「豊かな社会:1980~99 年」の部から、第 2・3 巻「21 世紀の日本の
大衆文化」は、
「視覚文化」
「サブカルチャー」の部から、第 4 巻「グローバル化する日本
の大衆文化:日本のクールネス?」は、
「
“クール・ジャパン”あるいは“ソフト・ジャパ
ン”?」「日本の大衆文化と越境」の部から構成されています。日本の大衆文化に関する
学術的研究、マンガとアニメの起源、
「カワイイ」文化、クール・ジャパンなどをはじめ、
日本の大衆文化全般をテーマごとに包括的に考察する本論文集を、日本文化に関心のある
研究室・研究者、図書館にお薦めいたします。
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VOLUME I: JAPANESE POPULAR CULTURE
IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
THE STUDY OF POPULAR CULTURE IN JAPAN
1. Masaaki Kishi, ‘The Study of Popular Culture in Japan’, 1979
2. Kukhee Choo, ‘Shunya Interviewed by Kukhee Choo, Tulane University’, 2011
PART 1: THE POSTWAR: 1945–79
TRADITION AND THE MODERN CONDITION
3. Shunya Yoshimi, ‘"Made in Japan": The Cultural Politics of "Home Electrification" in Postwar
Japan’, 1999
4. David W Plath, ‘The Japanese Popular Christmas: Coping with Modernity’, 1963
VISUAL CULTURES, ENTERTAINMENT
Cinema
5. Elio Ruffo, ‘Spiritual Vitality of the Japanese Cinema’, 1958
6. J. L. Anderson, ‘Japanese Swordfighters and American Gunfighters’, 1973
7. Alan Barr, ‘Exquisite Comedy and the Dimensions of Heroism: Kurosawa’s "Yojimbo"’, 1975
Manga
8. Shunsuke Tsurumi, ‘Comics in Postwar Japan’, 1984
9. Kenneth A. Skinner, ‘Salaryman Comics in Japan: Images of self-perception’, 1979
10. Kenji Kajiya, ‘How Emotions Work: The Politics of Vision in Nakazawa Keiji’s "Barefoot
Gen"’, 2010
11. Peter C. Luebke and Rachel DiNitto, ‘Maruo Suehiro’s "Planet of the Jap" Revanchist Fantasy
or War Critique?’, 2011
12. Rob Vollmar, ‘Dark Side of the Manga: Tezuka Osamu’s Dark Period’, 2012
Postwar Music
13. Junko Kitagawa, ‘Some Aspects of Japanese Popular Music’, 1991
14. Emmanuelle Loubert, Curtis Roads and Brigitte Robindoré, ‘The Beginnings of Electronic Music in Japan, with a Focus on the NHK Studio: the 1950s and 1960s’, 1997
PART 2: AFFLUENT SOCIETY 1980–99
LIFE, LEISURE, ENTERTAINMENT
15. Nicholas Walker, ‘The Year Pachinko Blinked’, 1997
16. William W. Kelly, ‘An Anthropologist in the Bleachers: Cheering a Japanese Baseball Team’,
1997
17. Paul H Noguchi, ‘Savor Slowly: Ekiben: The Fast Food of High-Speed Japan’, 1994
18. Richard Chalfen and Mai Murui, ‘Print Club Photography in Japan: Framing Social Relationships’, 2001
VISUAL CULTURES
Anime
19. Susan J. Napier, ‘Panic Sites: The Japanese Imagination of Disaster from Godzilla to Akira’,
1993
20. Thomas Lamarre, ‘Born of Trauma: Akira and Capitalist Modes of Destruction’, 2008
21. Mark Schilling, ‘Miyazaki Hayao and Studio Ghibli: The Animation Hit Factory’, 1997
Cinema
22. Takeshi Kitano, ‘Respect at Last? Hold Your Tickets’, 1998
23. Daisuke Miyao, ‘Telephilia vs. Cinephilia = Beat Takeshi vs. Takeshi Kitano?’, 2004
24. Zvika Serper, ‘Eroticism in Itami’s The Funeral and Tampopo: Juxtaposition and Symbolism’,
2003
25. Carl Pletsch, ‘Akira Kurosawa’s Reflection on Becoming a Genius’, 2005
Manga
26. Frederik L. Schodt, ‘Reading the Comics’, 1985
27. Mark Schilling, ‘Doraemon: Making Dreams Come True’, 1993
28. Shigemi Inaga, ‘Miyazaki Hayao’s Epic Comic Series: "Nausicaa in the Valley of the Wind":
An Attempt at Interpretation’, 1999
29. Sharon Kinsella, ‘Japanese Subculture in the 1990s: Otaku and the Amateur Manga Movement’,
1998
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VOLUME II: JAPANESE POPULAR CULTURE
IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
PART 1: VISUAL CULTURES
Otaku Culture and Aesthetics
30. Eiji Otsuka, ‘World and Variation: The Reproduction and Consumption of Narrative’ (with an
introduction by Marc Steinberg), 2010
31. Hiroki Azuma, ‘The Animalization of Otaku Culture’ (with an introduction by Tomas LaMarre), 2007
32. Tamaki Saito, ‘Otaku Sexuality’, 2007
33. Takashi Murakami, ‘A Theory of Superflat Japanese Art’
34. Jakob Nobuoka, ‘User Innovation and Creative Consumption in Japanese Culture Industries:
the Case of Akihabara, Tokyo’, 2010
Cinema
35. Lars-Martin Sørensen, ‘Reality’s Poetry: Kore-eda Hirokazu Between Fact and Fiction’, 2011
36. Aaron Gerow, ‘The Homelessness of Style and the Problems of studying Miike Takashi’, 2009
37. Mitsuyo Wada-Marciano, ‘Horror: New Media’s Impact on Contemporary Japanese Horror
Cinema’, 2007
Television
38. Lindsey Powell, ‘Offensive Travel Documentaries on Japanese Television: Secret Region and
Japan!! and World Tearful Sojourn Diary’, 2002
39. Alexandra Hambleton, ‘Reinforcing Identities? Non-Japanese Residents, Television and Cultural Nationalism in Japan’, 2011
40. Chris Perkins, ‘The Banality of Boundaries: Performance of the Nation in a Japanese Television Comedy’, 2010
Anime
41. Jolyon Baraka Thomas, ‘Shûkyô Asobi and Miyazaki Hayao’s Anime’, 2007
42. Michael Rustin and Margaret Rustin, ‘Fantasy and Reality in Miyazaki’s Animated World’,
2012
43. Hiromi Mizuno, ‘When Pacifist Japan Fights: Historicizing Desires in Anime’, 2007
44. Dennis Redmond, ‘Anime and East Asian Culture: Neon Genesis Evangelion’, 2007
45. Daisuke Okeda and Aki Koike, ‘Working Conditions of Animators: The Real Face of the Japanese Animation Industry’, 2011
Manga
46. Fusami Ogi, ‘Female Subjectivity and Shoujo (Girls) Manga (Japanese Comics): Shoujo in Ladies’ Comics and Young Ladies’ Comics’, 2003
47. June Madeley, ‘Transnational Transformations: A Gender Analysis of Japanese Manga Featuring Unexpected Bodily Transformations’, 2012
48. Kazumi Nagaike and Kaori Yoshida, ‘Becoming and Performing the Self and the Other: Fetishism Fantasy and Sexuality of Cosplay in Japan’, 2011
VOLUME III: JAPANESE POPULAR CULTURE
IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
PART 2: SUBCULTURES
Fashion/Trends
49. Theresa Winge, ‘Undressing and Dressing Loli: A Search for the Identity of the Japanese Lolita’, 2008
50. Yuniya Kawamura, ‘Japanese Teens as Producers of Street Fashion’, 2006
51. Yumiko Iida, ‘Beyond the "Feminization of Masculinity": Transforming Patriarchy with the
"Feminine" in Contemporary Japanese Youth Culture’, 2005
52. Laura Miller, ‘Japan’s Cinderella Motif: Beauty Industry and Mass Culture Interpretations of a
Popular Icon’, 2008
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53. Mieko Yamada, ‘Westernisation and Cultural Resistance in Tattooing Practices in Contemporary Japan’, 2009
54. Ho Swee Lin, ‘Private Love in Public Space: Love Hotels and the Transformation of Intimacy
in Contemporary Japan’, 2008
55. Wolfram Manzenreiter, ‘Playing Against All Odds: Pachinko and the Culture of Risk-Taking in
Japan’s Crisis Economy’, 2013
Music and Pop Idols
56. Aska Monty, ‘Micro: Global Music Made in J-Pop?’, 2010
57. Fabienne Darling-Wolf, ‘SMAP, Sex, and Masculinity: Constructing the Perfect Female Fantasy in Japanese Popular Music’, 2004
58. Csaba Toth, ‘J-Pop and Performances of Young Female Identity: Music, Gender and Urban
Space in Tokyo’, 2008
59. Daniel Black, ‘The Virtual Ideal: Virtual Idols, Cute Technology and Unclean Biology’, 2008
60. Ian Condry, ‘Yellow B-Boys, Black Culture, and Hip-Hop in Japan: Toward a Transnational
Cultural Politics of Race’, 2007
61. Neriko Musha Doerr and Yuri Kumagai, ‘Singing Japan’s Heart and Soul: A Discourse on the
Black Enka Singer Jero and Race Politics in Japan’, 2012
Fandom
62. Fan-Yi Lam, ‘Comic Market: How the World’s Biggest Amateur Comic Fair Shaped Japanese
Dojinshi Culture’, 2010
63. Alex Leavitt and Andrea Horbinski, ‘Even a Monkey Can Understand Fan Activism: Political
Speech, Artistic Expression, and a Public for the Japanese Dôjin Community’, 2012
64. Patrick W. Galbraith, ‘Fujoshi: Fantasy Play and Transgressive Intimacy Among "Rotten Girls"
in Contemporary Japan’, 2011
New Media and Mobile Technology
65. Kyoung-hwa Yonnie Kim, ‘The Landscape of Keitai Shôsetsu: Mobile Phones as a Literary
Medium Among Japanese Youth’, 2012
66. Gabriella Lukacs, ‘Dreamwork: Cell Phone Novelists, Labor, and Politics in Contemporary Japan’, 2013
67. Michal Daliot-Bul, ‘Japan’s Mobile Technoculture: The Production of a Cellular Playscape and
its Cultural Implications’, 2007
Gaming and Online Communities
68. Hyeshin Kim, ‘Women’s Games in Japan: Gendered Identity and Narrative Construction’,
2009
69. Emily Taylor, ‘Dating-Simulation Games: Leisure and Gaming of Japanese Youth Culture’,
2007
VOLUME IV: GLOBALIZING JAPANESE POPULAR CULTURE:
THE COOLNESS OF JAPAN?
‘COOL JAPAN’ OR ‘SOFT JAPAN’?
70. Douglas McGray, ‘Japan’s Gross National Cool’, 2002
71. Koichi Iwabuchi, ‘"Soft" Nationalism and Narcissism: Japanese Popular Culture Goes Global’,
2002
72. Mori Yoshitaka, ‘The Pitfall Facing the Cool Japan Project: The Transnational Development of
the Anime Industry Under the Condition of Post-Fordism’, 2011
73. Laura Miller, ‘Cute Masquerade and the Pimping of Japan’, 2011
74. Peng Er Lam, ‘Japan’s Quest for "Soft Power": Attraction and limitation’, 2007
75. Nissim Kadosh Otmazgin, ‘Contesting Soft Power: Japanese popular culture in East and
Southeast Asia’, 2008
76. Michikazu Kono, ‘Healing Old Wounds with Manga Diplomacy’, 2009
JAPANESE POPULAR CULTURE AND BORDER CROSSINGS
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West
77. Christine R. Yano, ‘Wink on Pink: Interpreting Japanese Cute as it Grabs the Global Headlines’,
2009
78. Anne Allison, ‘Portable Monsters and Commodity Cuteness: Pokemon as Japan’s New Global
Power’, 2003
79. Andrew Mckevitt, ‘You Are Not Alone!’: Anime and the Globalizing of America’, 2010
80. William Howard Kelly, ‘Karaoke’s Coming Home: Japan’s Empty Orchestras in the United
Kingdom’, 2011
81. Gabriella Lukacs, ‘Iron Chef Around the World: Japanese Food Television, Soft Power, and
Cultural Globalization’, 2010
82. Mia Consalvo, ‘Console Video Games and Global Corporations: Creating a Hybrid Culture’,
2006
83. Amy Shirong Lu, ‘What Race Do They Represent and Does Mine Have Anything to Do with
It? Perceived Racial Categories of Anime Characters’, 2009
84. Hye-Kyung Lee, ‘Between Fan Culture and Copyright Infringement: Manga Scanlation’, Media, 2009
85. Luis Pérez González, ‘Fansubbing Anime: Insights into the "Butterfly Effect" of Globalisation
on Audiovisual Translation’, 2006
East
86. Larissa Hjorth, ‘Odours of Mobility: Mobile Phones and Japanese Cute Culture in the
Asia-Pacific’, 2005
87. Dong-Hoo, Lee, ‘Transnational Media Consumption and Cultural Identity: Young Korean
Women’s Cultural Appropriation of Japanese TV Dramas’, 2006
88. Benjamin Wai-ming Ng, ‘Japanese Popular Music in Singapore and the Hybridization of Asian
Music’, 2003
89. Hyunjoon Shin, ‘Reconsidering Transnational Cultural Flows of Popular Music in East Asia:
Transbordering Musicians in Japan and Korea Searching for "Asia"’, 2009
90. Shu Min Yuen, ‘Transcending Japanese/Korean Ethnic Boundaries in Japanese Popular Culture’, 2011
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