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by Mark McLelland

Download Queer Japan from the Pacific War to the Internet Age (Asian Voices) ePub
  • ISBN 0742537870
  • ISBN13 978-0742537873
  • Language English
  • Author Mark McLelland
  • Publisher Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (March 25, 2005)
  • Pages 256
  • Formats lit mbr txt mobi
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1944 kb
  • Size Fb2 1630 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 127

Scholarship on Japan has recently broadened to include minority perspectives on communities from marginal workers to those whose sexuality has long been overlooked. This volume, with its combination of fieldwork in the gay and lesbian communities and the use of historical sources such as journals and documents, breaks important new ground in this field. It examines gay life in the Japanese Pacific War, addresses transgender and lesbian as well as gay issues, examines the interface of queer society with the U.S. occupation and the international community, contests major interpretations of contemporary queer society, and introduces readers to the development of lesbian, transgender, and gay communities in postwar Japan. Queer Japan from the Pacific Age to the Internet Age provides a historical outline of the development of sexual-minority identity categories and community formation through a detailed analysis of both niche and mainstream publications, including magazines, newspapers, biographies, memoirs, and Internet sites. The material is also augmented with interview data from individuals who have had a long association with Japan's queer cultures. Including a wealth of images from the "perverse press," this book will appeal to students and general readers interested in modern and contemporary Japan and in gender studies and sexuality.

The book will be appreciated by students of Japan's post–World War II era who have found it difficult so far to position .

The book will be appreciated by students of Japan's post–World War II era who have found it difficult so far to position Japan's queer culture in an international setting. McLellands' Queer Japan is a serious contribution to queer scholarship, blending as it does primary and secondary source materials, well-covered territories, and new information for Anglophone audiences. Journal of Asian Studies).

The book will be appreciated by students of Japan's post–World War II era who have found it difficult so far to position . Mark McLelland is lecturer in sociology in the School of Social Sciences, Media and Communication, at the University of Wollongong.

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It examines gay life in the Japanese Pacific War, addresses transgender and lesbian as well as gay issues .

It examines gay life in the Japanese Pacific War, addresses transgender and lesbian as well as gay issues, examines the interface of queer society with the . occupation and the international community, contests major interpretations of contemporary queer society, and introduces readers to the development of lesbian, transgender, and gay communities in postwar Japan.

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Scholarship on Japan has recently broadened to include minority perspectives on communities from marginal workers to those whose sexuality has long been overlooked

Scholarship on Japan has recently broadened to include minority perspectives on communities from marginal workers to those whose sexuality has long been overlooked.

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Queer Japan from the Pacific War to the Internet Age (Asian Voices) by Mark McLelland 2005, Paperback. Scholarship on Japan has recently broadened to include minority perspectives on communities from marginal workers to those whose sexuality has long been overlooked. This volume, with its combination of fieldwork in the gay and lesbian communities and the use of historical sources such as journals and documents, breaks important new ground in this field

Queer Japan from the Pacific War to the Internet Age. by Mark McLelland.

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