FRom hEllo KITTY To CoD RoE KEWPIE A Postwar Cultural History of Cuteness in Japan By Kumiko Sato

@inproceedings{KITTY2009FRomHK,
  title={FRom hEllo KITTY To CoD RoE KEWPIE A Postwar Cultural History of Cuteness in Japan By Kumiko Sato},
  author={FRom hEllo KITTY and RoE KEWPIE},
  year={2009}
}
  • FRom hEllo KITTY, RoE KEWPIE
  • Published 2009
teenagers and young women? How do we extract values and morals, or any cultural meanings, from the phenomena wedged in marketing strategies and elusive youth subcultures? In this article, I will present an overview of the history of cute culture, hoping to place cuteness in historical, political, and social contexts in order to help teachers and their students build a better understanding of Japan. While the visual signal of cuteness has an almost universal effect on humanity, people’s… CONTINUE READING

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