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Pratama, Wahyudi, Suprayitno und Danendro Adi: "Development of Japanese Comic as an Illustration and Cultural Ideology Propaganda." In: Advanced Science Letters 23.1 (2017), S. 217–219. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Languages: English
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.1166/asl.2017.7137
BibTeX citation key: Pratama2017
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Categories: General
Keywords: Japan, Manga, Modernity, Propaganda, Visual Culture
Creators: Adi, Pratama, Suprayitno
Collection: Advanced Science Letters
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Illustration, a picture with a specific message, has become a part of the information delivery since thousands of yearago. The visual becomes graphic narrative means the image composition is modified in such a way as to produce story and message. Comic is a visual illustration that created moves or sequential story as a way to strengthen its message, ideology, and propaganda as well as the story. Japan as a developed country in Asia is trying to implement the modernization of the visual narrative in the industrial sector. They maintain a cultural identity that packaged by cultural mixing with modernity understanding.
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