Mamoru Oshii: Post-Modern Surrealism in Japanese Anime
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...Anime Submitted by: 05/08 Expressionism and Surrealism In looking for surrealism in contemporary art and popular media, it is important to understand the difference between the appropriation of surrealist symbolism for shock value within the stream of media images that comprises everyday mass-media communications and what the surrealists themselves sought to express. In searching for a historical definition, “The Surrealist Manifesto” written by Andre Breton in 1924 states: “SURREALISM, n. Psychic automatism in its pure state, by which one proposes to express -- verbally, by means of the written word, or in any other manner -- the actual functioning... ? Mamoru Oshii: Post-Modern Surrealism in Japanese...
Contrast between Japanese Ninja Anime and American Ninja Cartoon
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...Anime Ninja (Naruto/Naru Shippuden) to American Cartoon Ninja (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; 1990s movies) Teenage mutant Ninja Turtles or TMNT is a Japanese fictional film that portrays the story of four fictional characters. The characters are trained by anthropomorphic turtles to identify and eliminate criminals from New York City. Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow is a Japanese action/ adventure movie that uses animated characters. The film was released in 2004, directed by Tensai Okumari. The movie is based on a famous Japanese comic book by Amine and Manga. The two movies are related yet very different in terms of presentation and use... Shinobi Report - Compare/Contrast: Japanese...
How does hierarchy within animation and manga production influence the contents and stories of manga and anime?
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...Animation and Manga Production Influence the Contents and Stories of Manga and Anime? How Does Hierarchy Within Animation and Manga Production Influence the Contents and Stories of Manga and Anime? Literature Review Humankind has always had the desire to make images move. The aspiration to make images move has in recent past provoked a lot of the most creative advancements in the areas of Science and Technology. The history of animation is however, traced way back in the early 19’s where the pioneers looked into terms of establishing cartoons from combination of primitive cinema practices and indigenous arts. For over 60 years, the animation has been one the major... and popular f form of...
Compare and contrast two film genres
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...Anime and Animation Anime can be defined as Japanese animation that covers serious and topics, which are not seen in normal animation or western animation (University of Michigan, n.d). It is because of the differences and similarities between these two that it is relevant to compare and contrast the two for the purposes of coming up with features that distinguish them from one another. Anime as a film genre in the contemporary world varies widely from animations that have seen their better days starting from the development of the television. As such, the...
IT Infrastructure and IT Sourcing
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...Anime International...............................................................................3 Topic 1- IT Infrastructure at Anime International..........................................................5 Topic 2- IT Sourcing at Anime International.................................................................11 Conclusion and Recommendations................................................................................17 Bibliography...................................................................................................................19 Appendices... ...
Australian Law Protection for E-pBusiness
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...Anime International with a wide range of internet and broadcast viewing. Anime International: Executive Summary: Anime International primary risk involves around the nature of its business... "To what extent do you consider the means provided in Australian Law to protect individual invention to be sufficient Your answer should make reference to your own experiences, whether personally or in employment" The Patents Act 1990 and the Plant Breeders Rights Act 1994 are two laws that are used to protect intellectual property (IP) in Australia. Like all the other IP laws they give the registered owner exclusive or monopoly rights over the product or work that theyhave produced. (http://www.desertknowledgec...
Manga/Anime's Comments on Japanese Society
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...Anime’s comments on Japanese Society Just like Looney tunes have become synonymous with the American population; similarly Animes and Manga are synonymous with and have been greatly popularized by the Japanese society. However, before we delve deep into the aspect of how Japanese mangas and Animes represent Japanese society, the substance of this prose will define exactly what exactly is an Anime and Manga. An anime refers to Japanese animation, whereas, Manga is s form of print cartoons and in simple words, a Manga is a common name for Japanese comics and Animes is a common Japanese term for Japanese cartoons. Japanese Manga and Animes have a huge fan following in Japan and it has... ? s Manga and...
Japanese Animation
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...animated fantasies f Japan's Studio Ghibli have won fans all over the world and have great impact on the culture f Japan. An eye-popping fantasy about a young girl separated from her parents after stumbling into a world f Japanese spirits, the Oscar-winner for best animated feature was for many Australian viewers the portal to a brave new cinematic world. It was one filled with all manner f bizarre ghosts, witches and creatures, where mind-boggling and strange... Running Head: Studio Ghibli How is Japanese culture and identity represented in the output of Studio Ghibli of the of the institution] How is Japanese culture and identity represented in the output of Studio Ghibli The thrilling animate...
AnimeMethod and Meaning
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...Anime: method and meaning Anime is the Japanese given to animated feature and has now become one of the biggest cultural export for Japan. Anime has opened doors for the west to take inspiration from Japan and their creative and innovative techniques used for an amazing visual treat. Anime is not only used for its stylistic and realistic animation style, but it has been lauded for its intriguing storyline and narrative thread that has amassed a huge fan following over the years. Anime has played a crucial role in the world of animation by going beyond...
How does Japan benefit from the export of its media products? Discuss from economic, political and cultural points of view.
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...Animation industry in Japan is gaining due spotlight within the country and as well as from overseas. The use of modern technologies in making animation films has attracted producers and directors from all over the globe to import Japanese animation film features. Media industries... unemployment rate, the ageing population might hurt the production of successful animation films, leading to low exports and revenue. Though Japan is considered to have the latest technological equipments, most of the country’s infrastructure has been destroyed by the natural calamities, such as earthquakes in 2011. It has been estimated that India may overtake Japan as the third biggest economy...
How Does Japan Benefit from the Export of its Media Products?
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...Animation industry in Japan is gaining due spotlight within the country and as well as from overseas. The use of modern technologies in making animation films has attracted producers and directors from all over the globe to import Japanese animation film features. Media industries... unemployment rate, the ageing population might hurt the production of successful animation films, leading to low exports and revenue. Though Japan is considered to have the latest technological equipments, most of the country’s infrastructure has been destroyed by the natural calamities, such as earthquakes in 2011. It has been estimated that India may overtake Japan as the third biggest economy...
Marketing Planning
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...Anime is a term generally used within pop culture to describe Japanese animation and Manga graphic comics. This definition extends to the secondary product lines, such as dolls and trading cards. The anime industry and secondary lines representing nearly 20 billion dollars in sales with DVD sales reaching 5.2 billion dollars globally (Rowley 2005). According to Pixar animation studio vice president John Lasseter, Anime "has been hugely influential," and "The Japanese have been the largest animation producers for years, but 99% of the stuff stays in Japan" (Rowley p 1 2005). The anime industry is based on the hedonic purchase habits of consumers as entertainment... AnimeInternational.com Service Marketing ...
Analyzing World Cultures
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...Anime videos. Bollywood here represents the Hindi film industry which uses the regional languages in their movies. For the Anime videos it uses cartoons as characters to present the theme of the video. They employ the user of computer-animated anime in various films, videos or movies to present the intended theme. Anime movies try to capture the rich... Analyzing World Cultures Analyzing World Cultures The culture of the world is in a constant evolution process mostly influenced by the many inter-linkages between people from diverse cultural backgrounds and different parts of the world. Culture is an important feature as it gives a person the pride of self-identification or belonging to a specific...
Post-war Manga and Animes comments on Japanese Society
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...Anime’s comments on Japanese Society Post-war Manga and Anime’s comments on Japanese Society [Institution’s name] [Course name] [Professor’s name] [Date] Post-war Manga and Anime’s comments on Japanese Society Just like Looney tunes have become synonymous with the American population; similarly Animes and Manga are synonymous with and have been greatly popularized by the Japanese society. However, before we delve deep into the aspect of how Japanese mangas and Animes represented post-war Japanese society, the substance of this prose will define exactly what exactly is an Anime and Manga. An anime refers to Japanese animation, whereas, Manga is s form of print... ?Running Head: Post-war Manga and Anime’s...
Close Reading
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...anime series television show that literally transports its audience to a world pitted against the backdrop of seedy- looking pick- pockets and bounty- hunters in an atmosphere that is filled with cigarette – smoke and strong scotch in addition to the deafening sounds of heavy metal music. Cowboy Bebop seems to be a balanced mixture of both the past and the future combined. ‘Cowboy Bebop’ is one of those animated, science fiction series where the creativity of the production team leaves one gasping for breath at the ‘avant-garde style… snazzy visuals… snappy stories to the enthusiastic, upbeat score.”(Tasha... Cowboy Be-bop Order No. 298667 No. of pages: 5 6530 ‘Cowboy Bebop’ produced by Yoko Kanno is an...
Manga in United States
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...anime and then independently. As on December 2007[update], a minimum of 15 U.S. manga publishers have released 1300 to 1400 titles The sway of manga on European cartooning is rather different than U.S. experience. Manga was open to the European market during the 1970s when Italy and France broadcast anime. According to the Japan External Trade Organization, sales of manga touched $212.6 million within France and Germany alone in the year 2006. Times are tough across the globe. With the economic slowdown, many industries are badly hurt. Anime/manga sales have already been slumping in the local as well as the international market. If the favorite entertainment... About the industry: Toys and games is a...
Strategic Marketing Analysis
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...anime collectibles are made highly on the 'what's hot and what's not' idea. This means that marketing strategy must focus on the 7 P's of people (personal relationship with customers), product decision (what should we sell), physical evidence (selling quality products to customers), price decisions (for how much), product distribution (to which countries), promotional decisions (to which customers), and process (fulfilling customer wants). This strategy is inline with the previous marketing segmentations. First, our staff at Animeinternationl.com probably has a combined total of several hundred years. Every time we think that we've basically achieved our target... The seven Ps of marketing Marketing in...
Paper on a graphic designer
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...anime, fine art, graphic design, pop culture and fashion2. Takashi Murakami was dissatisfied with the current state of contemporary art so he decided to change it. In the course of the most recent 20 years the Japanese craftsman Takashi Murakami has accomplished religion status. The works of art that first put him on the social guide in the 90s were portrayals of lively, verging on showy, toon like characters vigorously affected by Japanese anime and manga. His work, running from sexual... Takashi Murakami: Superflat Art Takashi Murakami: Superflat Art Takashi Murakami is a contemporary Japanese craftsman conceived on February 1, 1962 in Tokyo, Japan. He meets expectations in a wide range of fields of...
The Unconventional Depiction of Women in Japanese Films
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...anime, where the supposition states that gender impartiality is an element of growth. Career mothers are in style in anime humor due to the fact that their dual societal roles do not provide adequate time to take of the family and perform household chores like the usual housewife. "They themselves become figures of fun" (Williams 75). The representation of tough credible women in anime is connected to modern Japanese beliefs and secular ways of life. Japanese women have more prevailing functions in secular traditions compared to the women of the west, whether they are rulers or Shinto priestesses known as mikos. "Western gods, heroes, and other idols , by comparison... The Unconventional Depiction of ...
Animation Critique
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...Animation Critique – Astro Boy In 1951 Osamu Tezuka introduced people to Might Atom, a robot named Astro Boy. This anime was soon turned into television series and film as a result of its popularity. As shown by Tezuka, Astro Boy is a robot with inhuman power created by a scientist to replace his dead son. However, as Astro cannot be a human, is rejected by his father. Soon he embarks on a journey where he saves people and cities and in the end reconciles with his father. The major character in this film was Toby/Astro and Dr. Tenma, his father figure and these characters and story has significant in historical context too. For instance, the end of world war II had bring devastation to Japan...
Laputa, Castle In The Sky
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...Anime film that was directed by Hayao Miyazaki and produced in 1986. It talks of the escapade of Sheeta and Pazu as they try to find information about Laputa that is a Castle in the Sky (Miyazaki, 2003). In the story, Pazu rescues an unconscious girl (Sheeta) who falls down from the sky and has a glowing pendant tied on her neck. Pazu helps Sheeta escape from the pirates and the military that were after her life. Together they unravel the secret of Laputa that the pirates and military suspects to be connected to Sheeta. “Laputa- Castle in the Sky” was enthused... ? Laputa, Castle in the Sky Laputa, Castle in the Sky “Laputa- Castle in the Sky”, also referred to as "Tenkuu no Shiro Rapyuta", is an Anime...
Hayao Miyazaki
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...animator, producer and screenwriter of indomitable repute, the second of four sons born to Katsuji Miyazaka: director of Miyazaki Airplane that made rudders for planes during the Second World War. Miyazaki’s schooling was often interrupted in the manner in which his family moved about. This saw him attend Utsonomiya city elementary school, Omiya elementary school and Eifuku elementary school. However Miyazaki’s interest in animation was sparked while at Toyotama high school, this was through the film The Tale of the White Serpent. It left an impeccable impression on him especially... the movie’s heroine. It is here that Miyazaki realized the folly of him trying to pursue manga writing by...
Impact Youth Subcultural Lifestyles and Values
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...Anime popular culture, "theme of 'men ought to be stronger than... Music and Fashion: Impact Youth Subcultural Lifestyles and Values Table of Contents Introduction 3 Fashion and Music: A Postmodern Construct 4 Fashion in Popular Culture: A Gendered View (The Japanese Experience) 7 Conclusion 9 Bibliography 10 Introduction The postmodern construct of popular culture had been observed to be steep in consumerism. Mostly value was placed on the images projected on the media rather than on substance or content. Strinati (2004) observed that in a postmodern milieu, the surface and shallow content take precedence over meaning, purpose and utility. As a consequence, "quali...
Baring the body, exploring pornography
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...anime. They are not viewed being immoral at all. It is rather a piece of art that represent the romantic nature of gay rather than porn (Welker, 2006). References Duggan, L., & Hunter, N. D. (1995). Sex Wars: Sexual Dissent and Political Culture. New York: Routledge. Welker, J. (2006). Beautiful, Borrowed, and Bent: “Boys’ Love” as Girls’ Love in Shôjo Manga. Chicago Journals, 841-870. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/498987.... Baring the Body, exploring Pornography Baring the Body, Exploring pornography Pornography refers to the explicit or the display of the sexual activity or organs. The display often intended to stimulate the erotic rather than the emotional or the aesthetic...
Eastern influence in western design/art
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...Anime are a cultural trademark of Japanese culture. Anime and Manga both originated within Japan and spread in popularity in western countries. Manga is a visual style used for drawing characters in comics. Anime is a Japanese animation style used for making television programs and animated movies. The two styles have grown in popularity in the West because of their visual creativity (Palmeri, 2004... Japanese Influence in Western Design and Art Introduction Western culture refers to a collection of beliefs, social norms, principles, art, politics and technology that have that have their beginning in Europe. Western culture is distinguished by various technological, artistic, cultural and philosophical...
Japanese media and pop culture in East Asia, especially in Korea.
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...anime, manga, film, popular culture, and television are vital elements in the twenty-first century global culture. Major factors have played into the growth of popular cultures. This includes elements such as industrialization, globalization, and technological growth. This has led to the growth of pop idols such as J-pop. Growth in popular idols accompanies the growth in the Japanese television and the film industry. Japanese popular culture is essential in understanding the evolving attitudes of the Japanese and their perceptions of life. Japan is one of the few countries that started experimenting with the television... Japanese culture Japanese culture Japanese popular cultural artifacts such as...
Economics
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...anime collectibles." . N.p., 2009. Web. 4 Dec 2011. .... Introduction While many people think about economics as the study of money or purchasing, in reality the field of economics is much larger. Through a number of principles that have been developed over a number of years economics has come to investigate many of the phenomenon of the world. For instance, Adam Smith’s theory of the invisible hand argues that when people engage in business and selling they are governed by the invisible hand of the market that helps regulate prices and ensures that businesses and people act in certain ways. Indeed, the nature of economics is like psychology in that it presents theories of human behavior. One of the unique things I have witnessed is the nature of people who buy collectible such as sports cards or movie posters. This essay examines applied economic principles to...
Violent content in media and controversy surrounding it
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...Animated movie films that are enticing to the youth or young people today are receiving attention that is primarily coming from various experts due to the linked controversies to them. There are many controversies surrounding violent content in the media especially in the case of anime. Concerning this view, the work at hand covers the relevant controversies associated with violent content in the media with primary consideration of the case of animated films or TV programs. There are divided opinions concerning the impact of violent content of anime. Others believe... Brian K. Gundersen Dr. Suzan M. Russell Comp & Lit I, T and Th December 19, Violent content in media and controversy surrounding it...
Early Animation
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...Animation: Drawing on the Past, Present, and Future Due INTRODUCTION There is very likely not a single person who cannot remember, when they were a kid, running home every day from school and getting up early every Saturday morning to watch cartoons. Whether you grew up in the era of The Road Runner and Wild E, Coyote, He-man, Transformers, Smurfs, Rugrats, or any number of other series of popular animation. However, today not all animation is geared towards children’s cartoons, but there are now many animated sitcoms aimed at an adult demographic, we see this in today’s Simpsons and Family Guy. Most people find humor and entertainment in animation for one reason or another. Perhaps... The History of...
Biography
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...anime. I watch all sorts of programs in general and National Geographic documentaries in particular. I am specially fond of learning about wild life. Therefore, I tend not to miss any documentary that is made upon wild life. My brother and I often hang out on weekends for enjoyment and recreation. We like riding the roller coaster, visiting fast food restaurants, and going to the cinema. Occasionally, we play basketball. We often take mom with us while going out. She likes to do the shopping. Traveling happens to be one of her hobbies. US has given me a lot as a country and I would like to pay it back in terms of hard work.... 19 August, My Biography: My is …….. I was born on ………… in Philippines. My...
Japanese contemporary art and Korean contemporary art
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...animations, etc. However... Japanese Contemporary Art and Korean Contemporary Art Introduction Art history has since shown to have attention towhat makes art connective to one another as to what make art individually unique. There is an assumption that arts shape other arts since no art can be said to be an island of itself.1 According to Abbert, noted that Japanese and Korean’s rich artistic heritage was founded on a remarkable blend of the native traditions, foreign influence especially by China, sophisticated technical skills, and exuberant human spirit.2 Accordingly, the two nations have quite similar artistic orientation as is evidenced in their religious practices, paintings, performing arts,...
Is Genre a useful category for the understanding of films made in China and Japan
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...animation is counted... Is Genre a useful category for the understanding of films made in China and Japan The word genre is used by film scholars often, but an exact definition for the word is hard to come by. As Bordwell suggests, "audiences know the genres of their culture very well, and so do filmmakers . . . but what makes a group of films a genre"1 It is clear that some genres are quite easy to identify because of their subject-matter and setting: the Western is set in the American West and often has gunfighters, Gangster films are set in cities and deal with organized crime, and "science-fiction features a technology beyond the reach of contemporary science"2 Genre is important because it...
Japanese manga censorship
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...anime managed to avoid the attention of censors until an unfortunate case in 1989 when in a house of a serial killer a number of explicitly sexual content was found and he himself turned out to be a member in Comiket, the biggest convention for manga fans in the country. Since then the debates regarding the necessity of censorship for manga do not cease. Though some people claim that there is no direct connection between inappropriate content in manga (such as sexual images and violence) others on the contrary suggest that availability of this content has to decrease the interest of the potential rapists and criminals. One... Censorship of Japanese Manga Manga is a specific Japanese term for what all...
Howl's Moving Castle
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...animated movie Howl’s Moving Castle (2004), directed by Hayao Miyazaki wraps up beautifully in a blissful moment that prevails over the lovely couple engaged in a kiss and the wicked witch turns into a harmless old woman. Everything goes just like one would want it to be. The wonders that can be discovered in the film are the magic moments of the film along with the breathtaking sceneries. The concepts of hyperrealism and metamorphosis can be used to analyze the movie. Hyperrealism in digital media essentially refers to the magical element present in the characters in the way they act and do unrealistic things. The castle walks with its chicken legs across the mountain tops... ?Howl’s Moving castle The...
The Global Village Finally Arrives
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...anime cartoons. The America that sets the style for so many other countries is and always has been a melting pot for a host... The Global Village Finally Arrives In The Global Village Finally Arrives Pico Lyer asks the reader: how do you know where you live The rest of the world appears to have eagerly embraced all things American, but this has not been a one-way transaction. As the trend towards increasing levels of globalization continues, says Lyer, "more and more of the globe looks like America" but at the same time, "Americais looking more and more like the rest of the globe. (p169) The world might take its cues from America, but it is an America that has already absorbed much from other cultures, ...
English Paper
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...anime cartoons. The America that sets the style for so many other countries is and always has been a melting pot for a host... The Global Village Finally Arrives In The Global Village Finally Arrives Pico Lyer asks the reader: how do you know where you live? The rest of the world appears to have eagerly embraced all things American, but this has not been a one-way transaction. As the trend towards increasing levels of globalization continues, says Lyer, “more and more of the globe looks like America” but at the same time, “America…is looking more and more like the rest of the globe. (p169) The world might take its cues from America, but it is an America that has already absorbed much from other...
My Neighbor Totoro, Tonari no Totoro
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...animated movie directed and written by Hayao Miyazaki. The film was produced by Studio Ghibli. It talks about the two youthful daughters of a lecturer and their relations with gracious wood spirits in postwar countryside Japan (Kjolseth 1). The movie won the Mainichi Film Award and the Animage Anime Grand Prix prize for Best Movie in 1988. This paper will discuss this film according to the instructions stated. Question 1 The film takes during the mid 90’s in Japan (Kjolseth 1). Mei and Satsuki shift into an old home to be closer to the infirmary where their mother (Yasuko) is trying to recover from an enduring sickness. Mei and Satsuki... My Neighbor Totoro My Neighbor Totoro refers to a 1988 Japanese...
Problem of Practice
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...animal. In Hebrew, an animal is referred to as “hayyah.” This is a noun that is feminine in its nature. Thus, when a person speaks of an animal, they have to refer to it as a feminine, notwithstanding the fact that the animal in question could be a male (Chambers, 1982). It is in this sense that the Hebrew education system appears as elusive, in that it fails to accord an item its actual nature. Referring a male animal with a feminine noun is vague. Therefore... E-portfolio Problem of Practice How to recognize female word and male word in Hebrew There is something unique about the Hebrew education system. There are different words that are used to refer to the same thing, may it be numbers or nouns,...
Howl's Moving Castle
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...animated movie Howl’s Moving Castle (2004), directed by Hayao Miyazaki wraps up beautifully in a blissful moment that prevails over the lovely couple engaged in a kiss and the wicked witch turns into a harmless old woman. Everything goes just like one would want it to be. The wonders that can be discovered in the film are the magic moments of the film along with the breathtaking sceneries. The concepts of hyperrealism and metamorphosis can be used to analyze the movie. Hyperrealism in digital media essentially refers to the magical element present in the characters in the way they act and do unrealistic things. The castle walks with its chicken legs across the mountain tops... Howl’s Moving castle The...
Identify and give the significance of the east Asia history words
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...animated productions both hand drawn and computer drawn. Anime is short form of animation and it started in 1917 in Japan... Mishima yukio was a playwrighter, film director and actor whom his pen was kimitake hiraoka. He was born in yotsuya district in in Tokyo japan, his father was azusa hiraoka. His mother was by the name shizue. His father was a government official while the mother was a child of principal of kaisei academy. He wrote a number of novels, short stories and plays for theatres. Kawabata Yasunari Yasunari Kawapata was born in Osaka japan on14 June 1899, he was a Japanese short stories as well as novel writer. His work won him Nobel Prize and became the first Japanese to receive award. Kawa...
Anpo: Art X War: The Art of Resistance
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...anime by the Japanese in order to express the powerful message that brought out the continued Japans resistance of 1960 that was unified against ANPO (Yonamine). ANPO: Art X War documentary shows the tale of Japan's historic opposition to United States of America military bases in Japan via an electrifying set of artwork developed by that times artists of Japan. The documentary articulates the sinister, enduring effect that the American military presence has brought on Japanese lifestyle, and the innovative methods that artists have come up with to broadcast the spirit of opposition or resistance. The occupation of the troops from United States of America continued until...
Valley of the Wind and Other Manga Readings
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...Anime. Ed. Mark W. MacWilliams. Armonk: M.E. Sharpe Inc., 2008. Print. Homer, Robert Fagles, and Bernard Knox. "The Princess and the Stranger." The Odyssey. New York: Viking, 1996. 168-78. Print.  Miyazaki, Hayao. Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind. San Francisco, CA: VIZ, LLC., 2004. Print.  Takahashi, Mizuki. "Opening the Closed World of Shojo Manga." Japanese Visual Culture: Explorations in the World of Manga and Anime. By Mark Wheeler Macwilliams. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2008. 114-36. Print.... ?MANGA 3 (B and C) In Takahashis Opening the Closed World of Shojo Manga, the focuses on the element of gender biases that existed at the verybeginning when the phenomenon of Manga began gaining popularity...
Online Education Development to Engineering
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...anime pictures or images they like and would want to print. IV. School Curriculum and Project Activities The school administrators need to assess first the kind of subjects that need to be used in the proposed interactive software. We must begin with the easier ones that needs memorization or mathematical analysis that can correlate with the other aspects of the software in case we need to change scenes and hop from one phase to another like a combat field in war games. Although practically we need to change the scenery to a nonviolent one, that was just an idea to illustrate... FUNDAMENTALS OF WEB BASED STUDIES FUNDAMENTALS OF WEB BASED STUDIES FOR KIDS (age group 7-10 years old) Shirley Bongbong...
Managing Creativity for Marketing and Advertising
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...anime and pop culture. Creation of a Brand Image Techno hoodies are the next-best-thing in the apparel market with a promise to be fashionable into the future. A combination of the high level of comfort, capacity to hold the iPod and an image of being cool and trendy and subscribing to pop culture results in a scenario... that the techno hoodies will bear elements of graffiti, anime and pop culture. The group of hoodies is a much-maligned group and acquires its energy from rebellion (Stokes & Lomax 2008). Young people are particularly adventurous, interested in new products and ready to experiment with different brands which makes them a lucrative market (Lange 2010). They...
Cyber Law
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...anime characters, would not be mistaken for real children. However, the McEwen court, like the Sharpe court, looked not to whether or not actual children are involved in the act, or even if the drawings could be mistaken... ?Introduction There are a number of issues that need to be addressed in this fact pattern. The first is that Naja apparently was using employer surveillance of his employees, and an analysis of whether or not this is legal is the first issue. The second issue is regarding Sarah, who wants to obtain papers regarding the surveillance, and there needs to be an analysis of whether or not Naja has to give Sarah this information. Also, Sarah could possibly be convicted for viewing the...
You Can tell a lot about people by observing what they wear and eat
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...animals or own health in this way by their diet. Gym-lovers will eat more protein which comes from white meat, cottage cheese and eggs alongside with protein cocktails and special power bars to source their muscles with energy for growth. On the contrary, girls on diet will choose smaller portions that contain fewer calories and more vegetables and fruit. Overall... Assignment The way people eat and dress gives others profound understanding about their personalities. Thereare many styles to choose and many foods to consume; every choice makes people unique and gives them a chance to show what they like and how they want to live. This kind of information can be good for initial contact to find some things ...
Customer analysis
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...anime enthusiasts and aspiring artists to stage their creative work by sponsoring events such as SAAP Singapore and Anime Festival Asia... Analysis Marina Bay Sands Casino is one of the most advantaged casinos in the world. This is because it has relatively low competition being a duopoly while still enjoying the lowest interest rates of as low as 5 percent. To add on this, it has an amazing architectural multipart including a sky park of its kind and it is located in Asia; a region recovering from economic difficulties and has a large pool of millionaires (Tanasijevich, 2011). Marina Bay Sands (MBS) Hotel is devising its market strategy to fit the Indian outbound markets in Asia. The Southeast Asian...
The role of religious thought and influence on the development of Western art and culture
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...animation, anime, has also gained in popularity, suggesting that multimedia arts can also be shaped by outside influences. Whilst anime and manga may not seem overtly religious (and in many ways they are not), due the high prevalence of Shinto and Buddhism in Japan it is impossible that anime and manga will have escaped this influence. Combining all these factors, it is evident that Japanese religion has played a huge role in the development of Western art, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. However, it is important to note that Japan has only relatively recently had contact with the Western world and as such the effects of Japanese religion... ?The role of religious thought and...
Movie
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...animated series entitled Avatar: the Last Airbender. The movie was presented as a narration by one of the principal characters, Katara (Nicola Peltz) on the theme of the story which evolves on their world being divided into four elements: Air, Water, Earth and Fire. Peace used to prevail in their world with an Avatar balancing all forces of nature. When the Avatar disappeared, the Fire Nation, led by Lord Ozai launched war on all the nations claiming superiority over all elements. The film is a depiction of Book 1: Water, where the plot evolves on the Avatar’s honing his water bending skills. 2. Characters The major... Art Education 160 Film Critical Essay on The Last Airbender Introduction Film,...
Comparison of Chinese and Japanese TV
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...anime or Japanese animation programs are very popular television programs, not only among the Japanese but also in other countries of the world. Variety shows are also offered such as skits, quiz contests musical performances and stunt shows. TV programming in China: Television programming in China is controlled by the State which greatly limits the scope and extent of programming in China. For instance, state controlled television channels have been continually showing programs that remind the Chinese of the horrors that the Japanese inflicted upon them during the Second World War. (Vance, 2008). During this time, many thousands of Chinese people were...
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