[tdwg-tag] New Book: Media Convergence in Japan

Ert Retre ailinaini at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 9 11:29:07 UTC 2018

Dear members:

>> I’m pleased to announce the publication of my new book Media Convergence in Japan, co-edited with Patrick W. Galbraith. This collection of essays explores the convergences and divergences arising from the digital transition in Japanese media culture. The ebook version has been published for free and open access in PDF <https://archive.org/download/MediaConvergenceInJapan/Media%20Convergence%20in%20Japan.pdf>,  ePub <https://archive.org/download/MediaConvergenceInJapan/Media%20Convergence%20in%20Japan.epub>, and Mobi <https://archive.org/download/MediaConvergenceInJapan/MediaConvergenceInJapan.mobi> formats for download from the Internet Archive <https://archive.org/details/MediaConvergenceInJapan>  For those seeking a print copy of the book, it is available for order from Amazon’s global network at a reasonable price. This book was an experiment in academic publishing that was made possible through the cooperation of Kinema Club. Patrick and I appreciate the support of Markus and Aaron as well as the other members of the Kinema Club Editorial Collective.

 Media Convergence in Japan
Table of Contents
Introduction: At the Crossroads of Media Convergence in Japan
Patrick W. Galbraith and Jason G. Karlin
1. Precarious Consumption After 3/11: Television Advertising in Risk Society
Jason G. Karlin

2. Networking Citizens through Film Screenings: Cinema and Media in Post-3/11 Social Movements
Hideaki Fujiki
3. Convergence and Globalization in the Japanese Videogame Industry

4. When the Media Do Not Quite Converge: The Case of Fuji TV and Livedoor
Shinji Oyama and Dario Lolli

5. Obasan and Kanryū: Modalities of Convergence of Middle-Aged Japanese Women Around South Korean Popular Culture and Gender Divergence in Japan
John Lie

6. On Two-Dimensional Cute Girls: Virtual Idols
Yoshida Masataka

Best regards,

Alexander Garcia
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Postal address:
Alexander Garcia, Tel.: +49 421 218 64211
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