表象としての他者 : 日本大衆文化における黒人観(人間科学編) The Representation of Blacks in Japanese Mass Culture
This paper examines the representation of Blacks in contemporary Japanese literature and the mass media. It argues that many stereotypes Japanese hold concerning Blacks are in part the product of an uncritical acceptance of Western representations of Blacks and in part a result of power relations which have influenced the type of images of Blacks Japan receives from the West, particularly the United States, and which serve to perpetuate racial stereotyping.
- 千葉県立衛生短期大学紀要 = Bulletin of Chiba College of Health Science
千葉県立衛生短期大学紀要 = Bulletin of Chiba College of Health Science 8(2), 97-107, 1989