Delgado-Algarra, Emilio-José: "Comics as an educational resource in the teaching of social science. Socio-historical commitment and values in Tezuka’s manga." In: Cultura y Educación 29.4 (2017), S. 848–862.
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Keywords: "Adolf", Didactics, Ethics, Japan, Manga, Tezuka. Osamu
Collection: Cultura y Educación
From the perspective of Dual Coding Theory, comics facilitate comprehension of aspects beyond those of art, language and literature. Some authors and projects such as Manga Edutainment Project to Open New Worlds defend the use of manga (Japanese comics) as an educational resource for the teaching of different subjects, including history, society and culture. After the introduction, the paper carries out a brief review of the role of the teaching of values and socio-historical commitment in the work of Osamu Tezuka (1928–89). Finally, a discussion is carried out of the educational potential of his work Adolf in relation to questions about historical conscience, attention to identity conflicts and emotions, and to the delegitimization of war, leading us to recognize the educational potential of Tezuka’s work and its capacity to construct ethical values.
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