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The Fragmented Family on Film: Kinoshita Keisuke's Nihon no Higeki (The Tragedy of Japan) (1953) and the Antecedents of the Contemporary Fragmented Family in Japan

@inproceedings{Coates2017TheFF,
  title={The Fragmented Family on Film: Kinoshita Keisuke's Nihon no Higeki (The Tragedy of Japan) (1953) and the Antecedents of the Contemporary Fragmented Family in Japan},
  author={Jennifer Coates},
  year={2017}
}
1. From moral panics in print media to recent films such as Kurosawa Kiyoshi's Tokyo Sonata (2008), Japanese mass culture has been much concerned with the image of the fragmented family. Fragmentation is often discussed as a recent occurrence caused by the alienation of the internet age, or contemporary phenomena such as the otaku, the kyoiku mama, the salaryman dad or the parasite single.[1] Using Kinoshita Keisuke's Nihon no Higeki (The Tragedy of Japan) (1953) as a case study, I want to… 
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