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Social Movement Media, 1980s–2000s (Japan)

By the mid2000s, Japan was a highly commercialized information society. Social movements operated at the margins and mostly continued to use staid media formats: talks, symposia, books, newspapers, journals, small-scale print media (mini comi), and information packets (shiry-oushuu). However, some Japanese social ...

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