Život i smrt moderne japanske školarke

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   Ponedjeljak, 14 Svibanj 2012 00:00

Neojaponisme donosi novi briljantni feljton - nakon analize smrti japanske pop-kulture u nekoliko nastavaka, krenuli su i nastavci o fenomenu zvanom kogyaru. Prvi dio čitajte ovdje, drugi ovdje, a ostatak čekajte s nestrpljenjem!

Japan’s quite expansive selection of shūkanshi weekly men’s magazines, such as SPA!, Weekly Playboy, and Friday, dedicate dozens of pages each week on celebrity gossip, glossy bikini and topless photos, reviews of sex services, and phony stories of naughty housewives. They do not, generally, take much interest in the latest fashion trends for young women. Yet ironically it was these very magazines that first noticed the kogyaru phenomenon and arguably standardized the subculture’s name as “kogyaru.” Sociologist Namba Koji found what may be the earliest direct mention of the subculture in SPA! from June 1993 in an article called “The Temptation of Kogyaru”「コギャルの誘惑」. The article’s writer breathlessly tells his readers about the kogyaru clan and how they have become his new sexual infatuation. The kogyaru, he describes, are “14 to 18” in age and the “little sisters of Juliana’s girls” (Namba 2006). Rival magazine Friday also started to run similar articles at this time, and by the end of 1993, kogyaru would become a standard topic for the entire men’s magazine industry.

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May 16, 2012

velimir grgi kaže:

yep, masterpis, preporuka svima!

May 16, 2012

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