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  • ISBN13:9780822348139
  • ISBN10:0822348136
  • Language:English
  • Author:Gabriella Lukacs
  • Publisher:Duke University Press
  • Pages:267
  • Binding:Hardback
  • Sub Genre:Television History & Criticism
  • SUPC: SDL831218821

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"Trendy dramas showcasing the hip lifestyles of young Tokyo sophisticates were a powerful television genre during Japan's watershed decade of the 1990s. Gabriella Lukacs artfully weaves an analysis of the production and content of the genre programming with an analysis of the lifestyles and work ways of its viewers. She shows how this television programming is forging new selves, a new economy, and a new society. The result is a remarkably new way in which anthropology can engage television and a critical contribution to our understanding of Japan's current transformation."--William W. Kelly, Yale University

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