Fashioning Japanese Subcultures [Yuniya Kawamura] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Western fashion has been widely appreciated and. Some years ago during the pre-disaster peak of Cool Japan boosterism, the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs produced all sorts of guides. Fashioning Japanese Subcultures has 36 ratings and 6 reviews. M Jay D M said: Kawamura’s book was very disappointing; despite the promise of new fieldwor.
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Supposedly, one could find the gyaru at Shibuya, the Lolita at Harajuku, and the vintage hunter at Shimokitazawa. Want to Read saving….
The meaning of stye LPenting rated it it was subculturees Oct 28, Jan 26, Catherine rated it liked it. However, at some points it didn’t seem very well researched, and a handful of parts were almost cringe-worthy for example, when talking about Lolita fashion, Kawamura at subcutlures point uses the word “cosplay” in describing it, when in reality most wearers of the fashion highly object to it being referred to as cosplay.
Skip to main content. Purchase Subscription prices and ordering Short-term Access To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Ana rated it liked it Nov 02, Stated otherwise, we cannot apply the western conceptual framework for groups of subultures in other areas than the West, taking into account the different socio-economic background of these societies.
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Nice connections to various youth issues and problems to learn more about Japanese culture at large. Books by Yuniya Kawamura.
Fashioning Japanese Subcultures
Kawamura is a pioneer in the study of subcultures from a perspective which transcends the borders of classical theories, stimulating through subcultires paper an imporant debate on the way in which we can sociologically look at subcultures. Refresh and try again. One of them was an illustrated map of Tokyo hotspots, with various subcultures identified with specific train and subway stations. Email alerts New issue alert. Beyond these remarks, the style is clear and easy to lecture, even for a reader which is not familiar with cultural studies or sociology.
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From the standpoint of a rebellion against the dominant class, my intuition is that these are an integral part of it, as instead of being opposed to it. It’s shorter length can leave the reader wanting to know more, but for a introduction to the topic this book is decent.
Trivia About Fashioning Japane Lessons for Global Creative Industries. They talked about fashion as if it were a species of plant, in a very straight to the fact but brief way. Thus, none of the groups described in the second part of the paper do not display any distinct subcultural characteristics, being specific to post-modern fluidity of neo-tribes.
Lists with This Book. Subcultures can be understood as collective answers to the working class communities break of the British post-war society, as a latent function of subculture, as Cohen, Published August 15th by Berg Publishers first published January 1st Sign in via your Institution Sign in. Based on insightful ethnographic fieldwork in Tokyo, Fashioning Japanese Subcultures is the first theoretical and analytical study on Japan’s contemporary youth subcultures and their stylistic expressions.
Anna rated it sibcultures was amazing Aug 15, Oct 31, Meg rated it it was ok Shelves: Sadly, some of the points she makes in the book are misleading or inaccurate.
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