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Leavitt, Alex und Andrea Horbinski: "Even a monkey can understand fan activism. Political speech, artistic expression, and a public of the Japanese dôjin community." In: Transformative Works and Cultures 10 (2012)<http://journal.transfor ... wc/article/view/321/311> (Zugriff: 2. Mai 2013) 
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Resource type: Web Article
Languages: englisch
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.3983/twc.2012.0321
BibTeX citation key: Leavitt2012
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Keywords: Fankultur, Japan, Manga, Politik
Creators: Horbinski, Leavitt
Collection: Transformative Works and Cultures
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Abstract
We examine the creation of dôjinshi works critiquing the passage of the metropolitan Tokyo ordinance Bill 156 in December 2010 as a case of fan-driven political activism. Bill 156 aims to limit artistic freedom and is specifically targeted at anime, manga, and other works of visual pop culture. Fans who participate in dôjin production perform both a love for this media and an active form of citizenship that is historically fannish but transformative beyond the mere appropriation and remix of media texts. We argue that dôjin fans and works constitute a recursive public, wherein participants actively create discourse around artistic and ideological issues while engaging in added layers of discourse regarding the maintenance of their existence as a public. We examine fan discourse and dôjin works engaging Bill 156 as an object for political activism, as anime and manga otaku perform their citizenship in the wider society of Japan for their local public and for a global audience of like-minded fans.
  
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