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This book offers a history of Japanese television audiences and the popular media culture that television helped to spawn. In a comparatively short period, the television industry helped to reconstruct not only postwar Japanese popular culture, but also the Japanese social and political landscape. During the early years of television, Japanese of all backgrounds, from poli This book offers a history of Japanese television audiences and the popular media culture that television helped to spawn.

This book offers a history of Japanese television audiences and the popular media culture that television helped to. .Jayson Makoto Chun, raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, is an assistant professor of history at the University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu. During the early years of television, Japanese of all backgrounds, from politicians to mothers, debated the effects on society. A Nation of a Hundred Million Idiots?. This book offers a history of Japanese television audiences and the popular media culture that television helped to spawn.

By Jayson Makoto Chun. New York: Routledge, 2009. Hsin-I Sydney Yueh (a1). Published online by Cambridge University Press: 19 May 2010. Export citation Request permission.

A Social History of Japanese Television, 1953-1973. In a comparatively short period, the television industry helped to reconstruct not only postwar Japanese popular culture, but also the Japanese social and political landscape

A Social History of Japanese Television, 1953-1973. by Makoto Chun Jayson.

This book offers a history of Japanese television audiences and the popular media culture that television helped to spawn. In a comparatively short period, the television industry helped to reconstruct not only postwar Japanese popular culture, but also the Japanese social and political landscape. During the early years of television, Japanese of all backgrounds, from politicians to mothers, debated the effects on society. The public discourse surrounding the growth of television revealed its role in forming the identity of postwar Japan during the era of high-speed growth (1955-1973) that saw Japan transformed into an economic power and one of the world's top exporters of television programming.
A Nation of a Hundred Million Idiots: A Social History of Japanese Television, 1953 - 1973 download epub
Humanities
Author: Jayson Makoto Chun
ISBN: 041580597X
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 8, 2006)
Pages: 372 pages