Media theory in Japan.

Contributor(s): Zahlten, Alexander, 1973- | Steinberg, Marc, 1977-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelComputer filePublisher: Durham, North Carolina; London, England : Duke University Press, Description: 1 online resource (441 pages).ISBN: 9780822373292.Subject(s): Popular culture-Japan-History-20th century | Mass media-Political aspects-Japan-History-20th century | Mass media-Social aspects-Japan-History-20th century | Mass media-PhilosophyDDC classification: Online resources: Click here to access online
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Providing an overview of Japanese media theory from the 1910s to the present, this volume introduces English-language readers to Japan's rich body of theoretical and conceptual work on media for the first time. The essays address a wide range of topics, including the work of foundational Japanese thinkers; Japanese theories of mediation and the philosophy of media; the connections between early Japanese television and consumer culture; and architecture's intersection with communications theory. Tracing the theoretical frameworks and paradigms that stem from Japan's media ecology, the contributors decenter Eurocentric media theory and demonstrate the value of the Japanese context to reassessing the parameters and definition of media theory itself. Taken together, these interdisciplinary essays expand media theory to encompass philosophy, feminist critique, literary theory, marketing discourse, and art; provide a counterbalance to the persisting universalist impulse of media studies; and emphasize the need to consider media theory situationally.<br> Contributors. Yuriko Furuhata, Aaron Gerow, Mark Hansen, Marilyn Ivy, Takeshi Kadobayashi, Keisuke Kitano, Akihiro Kitada, Thomas Looser, Anne McKnight, Ryoko Misono, Akira Mizuta Lippit, Miryam Sas, Fabian Schäfer, Marc Steinberg, Tomiko Yoda, Alexander Zahlten

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