Title

Transnationale bricolage. Gothic Lolita en de politieke economie van de mode

RIS ID

61070

Publication Details

Mackie, V. C. (2012). Transnationale bricolage. Gothic Lolita en de politieke economie van de mode. In I. Smits & K. Cwiertka (Eds.), Hello Kitty & Gothic Lolitas. Schattig-heidscultuur uit Japan (pp. 63-82). Leiden: Leiden Publications.

Abstract

'Gothic Lolita' is een straatstijl uit Tokyo die overal ter wereld navolging heeft gekregen. Naast kleding en accessoires zijn er ook websites, blogs, boeken en tijdschriften, gidsen, manga (strips), animatie, films, videospellen en romanliteratuur. Net als bij andere bedendaagse subculturen in Japan bestaan er talloze gerelateerde genre-overschrijdende verhalen en motieven. Deze culturele producten worden ook vertaald naar andere talen en culturele contexten. Omdat deze stijlen op ongelijksoortige plaatsen worden overgenomen en aangepast, ontstaan bedrijven die de verspreiding ervan ter hand nemen. Omdat de stijlconsumptie een grensoverschrijdende vorm aanneemt, komt er ook een transnationale politieke economie tot stand van ontwerp, productie, distributie, marketing, publicatie, reportage en consumptie.

English: ' Gothic Lolita ' is a street style from Tokyo that has followed all over the world gotten. In addition to clothes and accessories are also websites, blogs, books and magazines, guides, manga (comics), animation, movies, video games and roman literature. As with other bedendaagse subcultures in Japan exist There are numerous related genre-bending stories and motifs. This cultural products are also translated to other languages and cultural contexts. Because these styles on disparate places are retrieved and adapted, born companies that its spread. Because the style is a cross-border consumption takes form, There is also a transnational political economy of design, production, distribution, marketing, publication, reportage and consumption. ' Gothic Lolita ' is a street style from Tokyo that has followed all over the world gotten. In addition to clothes and accessories are also websites, blogs, books and magazines, guides, manga (comics), animation, movies, video games and roman literature. As with other bedendaagse subcultures in Japan exist There are numerous related genre-bending stories and motifs. This cultural products are also translated to other languages and cultural contexts. Because these styles on disparate places are retrieved and adapted, born companies that its spread. Because the style is a cross-border consumption takes form, There is also a transnational political economy of design, production, distribution, marketing, publication, reportage and consumption.

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