Exploring the Digital Information Experiences of Ethnographers

Dr Faye Miller Queensland University of Technology, Australia Over the past year I have had the privilege of being involved in the development of the open access journal Global Ethnographic. So far the work-in-progress has been a virtual collaboration between the editorial team in Japan, Australia and the USA. I have learned that developing an international publication across several different […]

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Introduction: Japan’s Possible Futures – Pivots of Social Transformation

Japan’s Possible Futures: Pivots of Social Transformation SPECIAL COLLECTION Edited by Bruce White Photo by Jeremy Keith ‘Tokyo horizon’ Papers & Thematics Re-thinking Japanese Society Gender Collaboration or Equality? The Past, Present and Future of Danjo Kyoudou Sankaku Policy (Shunta Mori) Japan’s Future in the Light of its Communicative Strategies (Peter Ackermann) ‘Up to What Kinds of People Are We Able […]

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Nostalgia for ‘Asian’ Traditions and Energy – Encounters with Chinese and Koreans in Japanese TV Dramas

Nostalgia for ‘Asian’ Traditions and Energy – Encounters with Chinese and Koreans in Japanese TV Dramas Hilaria Gössmann, Griseldis Kirsch Photo coffee shop Aizen by m-louis Introduction—Television Dramas and the Myth of Japanese Homogeneity Since 1953, when Japanese television went on air for the first time, television dramas have played a central role in affecting and reflecting on Japanese society, […]

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