volume 12, issue 1, P62-79 2017
DOI: 10.1177/1746847717691013
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Abstract: Anime is a globally prominent media-form with a multitude of styles, yet it maintains a relative uniformity to sustain a recognizable identity as a particular category of media. The performance of the recognizably 'anime-esque' is what distinguishes anime as a type of animation, allowing it to be sold and consumed as 'anime'. Anime, and its recognizable identity, are performatively constituted by a series of anime-esque acts performed in animation, citing a system/database of conventionalized models in each it…

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