Transcultural creativity in anime: Hybrid identities in the production, distribution, texts and fandom of Japanese anime

@article{Denison2011TransculturalCI,
  title={Transcultural creativity in anime: Hybrid identities in the production, distribution, texts and fandom of Japanese anime},
  author={Rayna Denison},
  journal={Creative Industries Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={3},
  pages={221 - 235}
}
  • R. Denison
  • Published 1 January 2011
  • Art, Sociology
  • Creative Industries Journal
ABSTRACT This article seeks to examine some of the overlooked transcultural aspects and elements of creativity in anime. Through a series of contemporary case studies, it is argued that anime supports an array of transcultural creative practices that span across borders, hybridize content and even force the creation of new types of text and distribution. The attention to the transcultural here is an attempt to move beyond discussions of how Japanese anime are, and to open up a space in which to… 

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