TOC East Asian Journal of Popular Culture, Vol 5, Issue 2 (2019)

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Crosspost from H-Asia

Discussion published by Tessa Mathieson on Friday, November 8, 2019

Intellect is pleased to announce that East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 5.2 is now available!


Special Issue: ‘Reconsidering the cultural significance of NHK’s morning dramas’


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Issue 5.2


Editorial from Editors-in-chief


East Asian Journal of Popular Culture

Kate Taylor-Jones, Edward Vickers and Ann Heylen




Revisiting a national institution: NHK’s morning drama (asadora) in transition

Elisabeth Scherer


Thematic Articles


An everyday glimpse of the nation: NHK’s morning drama (asadora) and rituality

Elisabeth Scherer


The war’s end: 15 August 1945 in NHK’s morning dramas from 1966 to 2019

Sachiko Masuda


Television and the ama: The continuing search for a real Japan in NHK’s morning drama Amachan

Dolores P. Martinez


Tourism and local identity generated by NHK’s morning drama: The intersection of memory and imagination in Kobe

Kyungjae Jang


The Japanization of wife and whisky in NHK’s morning drama Massan

Tim oThelen




In-between with Kimberley Pace

Scott Sommers


Field Report


Japan Now North festival report

Kate Taylor-Jones




Pop City: Korean Popular Culture and the Selling of Place, Youjeong Oh (2018)

CedarBough T. Saeji