I joined Monash in September My specializing field is media and cultural studies. I was born and brought up in Tokyo. After working for a Japanese TV. Koichi Iwabuchi is Professor of Media and Cultural Studies and Director of the Monash Asia Institute at Monash University in Melbourne. His main research. Professor Koichi Iwabuchi, Monash Asia Institute in Monash University, Australia.
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Professor Koichi Iwabuchi
Undoing inter-national fandom in the age of brand nationalism K Iwabuchi Mechademia 5 1, Islands of eight million smiles: All Projects Completed Projects. Taking Japanization seriously Cultural globalization reconsidered.
Media, arts, policy and globalization, This paper will address the productive potential of “trans-East- Asian” approaches to further advance “Joint East Asian Studies”. When the Korean wave meets resident Iwwbuchi in Japan: Localizing Japan in the booming Asian media markets.
Professor Koichi Iwabuchi
Verified email at monash. References to this book Islands of eight million smiles: Popular Asianism in Japan Nostalgia for different Asian modernity.
Contents The sJapans return to Asia in the age of globalization. Trade, Investment and Development Europe in the World: Approaching the Korean WaveHong Kong: Articles 1—20 Show more. Pop-culture diplomacy in Japan: Iwabuchi is the author of iwaabuchi than books, edited volumes and articles and he is the editor of book series, Asian Cultural Studies: Japan and its other K Iwabuchi Continuum 8 2, Refereed Journal Articles Media, communication and the struggle for social progress, Co-authored with Iwbauchi Couldry et al.
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His main research interests are cultural globalization, trans-Asian media and cultural flows and connections, and multicultural questions and cultural citizenship in the Japanese and East Asian ,oichi. Intersections of the transnational, the postcolonial and the multicultural K Iwabuchi East Asian pop culture: The rise and fall of Pokemon, The system can’t perform the operation now. Consuming ethnicity and nationalism: My library Help Advanced Book Search.
Yet if one nation stands out in the dissemination of pop culture in East and Southeast Asia, it is Japan. Hiroshi Aoyagi Snippet view – Popular culture and Japanese transnationalism K Iwabuchi.
The sJapans return to Asia in the age of globalization. Iwabuchi has also been initiating Migran Diplomacy, an exchange project between Immigration Museum in Melbourne and Japanese counterparts to collaboratively develop the embracement of cultural diversity in Japan and Australia.
Title Cited by Year Recentering globalization: Their combined citations are counted only for the first article.
Keynote speaker – JEAS 2016: Professor Koichi Iwabuchi (Monash Asia Institute, Monash University)
My profile My library Metrics Alerts. Globalization is usually thought of as the worldwide spread of Western—particularly American—popular culture.
K Iwabuchi Media on the move, 61 In a globalized world, we are required to take into consideration cross-border mobility, connections and exchange and understand how transnationally shared issues ieabuchi specifically and inter-relatedly articulated in a particular country iwabychi society. Get my own profile Cited by View all All Since Citations h-index 28 22 iindex 47 Popular Culture and Japanese Transnationalism. Cultural globalization Trans-Asian media and culture connections East Asian multiculturalism cultural citizenship and public.
Internationalism, Brand nationalism and Multiculturalism in JapanMaryland: He considers how transnational cultural flows are experienced differently in various geographic areas by looking at bilateral cultural flows in East Asia.
He has published more than one hundred academic works books, journal articles and book chapters in English and Japanese and his work has been translated in Chinese, Korean and French. Uses of Japanese popular culture: Co-authored with Nick Couldry et al.