『文化社会学の視座―のめりこむメディア文化とそこにある日常の文化』(英訳)<br>Pop Culture and the Everyday in Japan : Sociological Perspectives

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『文化社会学の視座―のめりこむメディア文化とそこにある日常の文化』(英訳)
Pop Culture and the Everyday in Japan : Sociological Perspectives

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基本説明

日本語版:ミネルヴァ書房・2008年。
In this study, a group of young Japanese sociologists scrutinizes the sociological foundations of the ways in which the Japanese people produce and consume cultural commodities and live their everyday lives surrounded by these products. The study includes an examination of: the dependency of Japan's youth on mobile phones; modes of television viewing; infatuations with animation characters; network-formation through rock festivals; family relations; local culture; fashion; work orientations; and the national consciousness as an aspect of their 'everyday culture'.

Table of Contents

        Figures                                    ix
Tables xi
Contributors xii
Acknowledgments xvi
Preface: what is the appeal of the sociology of xviii
culture? Katsuya Minamida and Izumi Tsuji
Part I Approaches to Culture
1 Introduction: the scope of the sociology 3 (11)
of culture Katsuya Minamida and Izumi Tsuji
2 Perspectives on media-and-group culture: 14 (22)
from an empirical/critical approach to a
multi-method approach Izumi Tsuji
3 Perspectives on expressive culture: what 36 (25)
do cultural works give people, and how do
they link people together? Katsuya Minamida
4 Perspectives on the culture of 61 (20)
generations and life-phases: the
quantitative approach and qualitative
approach Daisuke Tsuji
Part II Addictive Media Culture 81 (112)
5 Why do people become addicted to mobile 83 (22)
phones?: the sociology of email
communication Kensuke Suzuki
6 How has the style of television viewing 105 (17)
changed?: the active receiver and the
transformation of the subversive riposte
Keiichi Nabe
7 Where is differentiated communication 122 (27)
heading?: through analysis of the readers'
column in the fashion magazine, CUTiE
Soichiro Matsutani
8 Why make e-moe-tional attachments to 149 (22)
fictional characters?: the cultural
sociology of the post-modern Yoshimasa
Kijima
9 Why do people gather at rock festivals?: 171 (22)
communication mediated by music Jun'ichi
Nagai
Part III Immediate Everyday Life 193 (89)
10 What are contemporary aspects of the 195 (23)
parent/child relationship?: mother/daughter
friendship and its social context Yasuko
Nakanishi
11 Is `poverty' or `affluence' the 218 (29)
reality?: towards consideration of `living
in the regions' Hisashi Fujii
12 What is at question in youth labour 247 (13)
issues?: the two phases of specialisation,
`manual-based' and `qualified' Masahiro Abe
13 What does it mean to be a `Japanese'?: 260 (22)
the current state of `national identity' in
Japan, based on ISSP 2003 Shunsuke Tanabe
Bibliography 282 (15)
Index 297