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Napier, Susan J. "Matter Out of Place. Carnival, Containment, and Cultural Recovery in Miyazaki’s Spirited Away." In: Journal of Japanese Studies 32 (2006), S. 287–310.
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Keywords: Animation, Japan, Miyazaki. Hayao, Randformen des Comics
Collection: Journal of Japanese Studies
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This essay deals with the recent animated film Spirited Away by the foremost Japanese animator, Miyazaki Hayao. It examines Spirited Away as a representation of “cultural boundedness,” a reaction to globalization in which cultural products are used to reinforce notions of local culture as a form of resistance to perceived outside threats. It goes on to query the success of this attempt, arguing that Spirited Away undermines its overt agenda, ultimately expressing a culture beset by polluting and transgressing forces.
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