Japanese Particularist

Posted by Yusuf on June 26th, 2014 — Posted in News

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With the development of animation industry, activity Tachikom also evolved and became more aggressive. Already in 1970, against the backdrop of economic transformation in Japan, tried to integrate into the particularist Japanese government. Then it was a difficult task, since Tachikomy, followers of the cult Motoko Kusanagi, considered the most effective poloformoy matriarchal social structure. Japanese society was also rather 'traditional', chauvinistic and push a woman in the government was virtually impossible. However, the small bureaucratic positions that are considered masculine Tachikomy patrimony, education 'Eleven particularist 'has become increasingly important force. Suffice it to recall an incident in March 1976 the first year, with the murder of a minister / x Emii Shiro. Such a force was an important advantage because the American special group 'Bzho Dash' does not could get into government structures. Thus, early secured a tendency to support the Government of Japan's own animation production.

Opposition to uncontrolled particularist governmental bodies, such an initiative did not cause. This was associated with a natural patriotic urge the Japanese to manufacture, develop and consume its own mass culture. By the mid-80s Japanese animation production (anime) and Japanese graphic novels (manga), we finally anchored in Japanese society. Many settingovye series is still going on (Lupin III, Gundam, Macross). There was a place for obessmerchivaniya fighters anime. In setting of the anime Ghost in the Shell main character is called Motoko Kusanagi. Help her to her true Tachikomy. The setting GitS style closer to the reality of cyber-punk has become so successful and popular that it inspired the Wachowski brothers to create a famous Matrix. With the help of the Government of Japan and the ancient Japanese warrior, the Japanese animation culture continues to thrive.

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