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Anime and globalization. :o Project for social class. >>D

Talysha Hey

on 10 October 2012

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and its globalization Anime Anime is a type of Japanese television program. It can come in the form of individual episodes or movies. Nowadays anime can be accessed online from all around the world. This is an image from one of the first animes ever created, Namakura Gatana. It is a very short clip of a samurai testing his sword on his target, but being defeated. The earliest forms of anime
date back to 1917 They are very widely known by their English dubs rather than the original Japanese versions. With the popularity of anime growing it is very often that some will be dubbed into a different language.
Dubbing an anime is when a group of people replace the original voices with their own, usually voicing it in a different language. There are many genres of anime Action Horror Romance Comedy It includes every genre used in American broadcasting and a few more. Adventure Fantasy Shoujo-ai is girls love, often not sexual There is more to the romance genre than just boy and girl couples too Yaoi is boys love, often sexual Shounen-ai is boys love,
often not sexual Yuri is girls love, often sexual Hentai Shounen Shoujo Sci-fi What are some anime stereotypes that you think of? Perhaps, you think of the big eyes, and unnatural coloured hair Maybe you think of the magical girls trying to live a normal life and impress a guy while saving the world with her friends. Or maybe the tsundere school girl falling in love. The anime style known today was developed in the 1960's Do you think of... Naruto Yu-Gi-Oh! Pokemon Sailor Moon These are a few of the common animes that are known worldwide Most animes are based off a manga. Did you know... Manga is a type of Japanese comic book, generally black and white. Manga is read from right to left, opposite from what we're used to. The book is also read oppositely with the binding on the right side. So now you know a bit about anime. What about its globalization? Anime was unheard of outside of Japan until the 1980's. Anime conventions became popular enough to be held worldwide. Most are in Japan or America, but there are a few in Canada. Many fans cosplay as their favourite anime characters. Cosplay is short for "costume play". It is very common for people to cosplay at anime conventions. What is an anime convention?
It is where fans of anime or similar ideas of the arts originating from Japan get together. Cosplay is not limited to just characters from anime. Cosplayers can dress up as any character they want. This can include Vocaloid, superheros, video game characters, or OCs. There are no limitations for cosplay. Sometimes video games are based off a popular anime. Pokemon is a well known example of this. So how does this all tie into globalization? Anime started in Japan and spread to other parts of the world like America. Anime became much more than the original form of Japanese television! Some results of globalization are dubs, subtitles, conventions, cosplay and video games. Watching dubbed anime isn't the only way, for those who do not know Japanese, to watch it. Most animes have subtitles in different languages. It has also led to role playing, fan art, OC's, pairings, and more. And this is how anime has become globalized.
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