Queer Japanese identities: an antidisciplinary approach to constructions of identity in Japan
"I call upon here, not only the antidisciplinary paradigm of ‘Cultural Studies’ but also its approaches to re-evaluate, re-analyse, re-theorise, re-interpret and re-negotiate cultural theory concerning ‘Japanese Identity’. To simply ask ‘What is Japanese Masculine Identity?’ is to miss the point entirely. What remains important, is that outreach to not only theorise and inform, but appreciate the cultural sensitivities involved in the process. My paper activates this provisional project...[Show more]
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