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Berndt, Jaqueline, ed. Intercultural Crossovers, Transcultural Flows: Manga/Comics. Global Manga Studies. Kyoto: International Manga Research Center, Kyoto Seika University, 2012. 
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Resource type: Book
Language: en: English
BibTeX citation key: Berndt2012
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Keywords: Collection of essays, Interculturalism, Japan, Manga
Creators: Berndt
Publisher: International Manga Research Center, Kyoto Seika University (Kyoto)
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Table of Contents

Jaqueline Berndt: Introduction (1)
1. Itō Gō: Particularities of boys’ manga in the early 21st century: How NARUTO differs from DRAGON BALL (9)
2. Zoltan Kacsuk: Subcultural entrepreneurs, path dependencies and fan reactions: The case of NARUTO in Hungary (17)
3. Radosław Bolałek: The NARUTO fan generation in Poland: An attempt at contextualization (33)
4. Paul M. Malone: Transcultural Hybridization in Home-Grown German Manga (49)
5. Verena Maser: On the depiction of love between girls across cultures: comparing the U.S.- American webcomic YU+ME: dream and the yuri manga “Maria- sama ga miteru” (61)
6. Roman Rosenbaum: Gekiga as a site of intercultural exchange: Tatsumi Yoshihiro’s A Drifting Life (73)
7. Felix Giesa & Jens Meinrenken: The Eye of the Image: Transcultural characteristics and intermediality in Urasawa Naoki’s transcultural narrative 20th Century Boys (93)
8. Thomas Becker: Cool Premedialisation as Symbolic Capital of Innovation: On Intercultural Intermediality between Comics, Literature, Film, Manga, and Anime (107)
9. Maaheen Ahmed: Reading (and looking at) Mariko Parade—A methodological suggestion for understanding contemporary graphic narratives (119)
Steffi Richter: Epilogue (135)
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