Japanese Femininities (Routledge Contemporary Japan Series)

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Philip A. Roman Rosenbaum. Soeda Azembo. Yoshiko Nozaki. Akihiro Iwashita. David Chapman. Carola Hein. Nina Cornyetz. Kim D. Jeremy Breaden. Barbara Geilhorn. Kaori Okano. Nanette Gottlieb. Sarah Chaplin. Rien T. Kristina Iwata-Weickgenannt. Joseph D. Speaker: Emma E. Cook is a social anthropologist with interests ranging from gender, employment, family, and intimacy to food, health, risk, emotion and well-being.

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The Japanese film industry produced up to films per year in the two decades after This talk approaches the peak period of film production and viewership from a different angle, analysing repeated tropes across a wide range of genres to investigate why viewers returned again and again to repetitive content at the cinema. Drawing from contemporary affect theory as well as archival materials, this interdisciplinary study takes an iconographic approach to reading film content. Considering broader trends across popular cinema suggests a fresh approach to historical and sociological questions in post-war Japan.

This talk will discuss how Japanese translation of the speech of non-Japanese people constructs Japanese gender. While Japanese femininity and masculinity are often defined by their differences from non-Japanese counterparts, the talk will demonstrate that translation plays a crucial role in constructing and maintaining ideal Japanese gender by creating a particular relationship with non-Japanese gender.

Japanese translators use different linguistic styles to translate the speech of non-Japanese speakers. Focusing on female and male speech styles, this talk shows how these gendered styles have been used to translate the speech of non-Japanese speakers. Jonas Egmose. Key Concepts in Community Studies. Tony Blackshaw. Freedom vs Necessity in International Relations. Professor David Chandler.

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