Feeling Asian modernities: transnational consumption of Japanese TV dramas
Through an empirical analysis of how Japanese youth dramas are consumed in East and South-East Asia, this volume explores the ways in which intra-Asian cultural flows highlight cultural resonance and asymmetry in the region under the decentering processes of globalization.
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Encoding Japanese PostTrendy Dramas
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