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    Otaku

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    as I watched the English dubbed animation. She noticed my sleepiness and dropped the bombshell. I am an active parent in my teenager’s life, but the word she used surprised me. She said, “Mom, you’re not an Otaku are you”? I thought for a moment, and replied “I’m not a what-who?” The word “Otaku” was not in my vocabulary. “I have no idea what that is” I said. She rolled her eyes and declared, “It’s an anime fan Mom”. At that moment, I had a flash back to my teenage years, when I gave my mom that

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    Expansion of the First Sound of the Future Everyone loves music! Except deaf people. Though if a loyal fan were to hear a confession from their favorite artist that they are in fact, not human but instead, synthesizer paired with a hologram, then how will he react? Will he still listen to the artist’s music, or feel betrayed? Is anything wrong at all? An example of this is Miku Hatsune: a Japanese teal-haired, slender 16-year-old girl designed by artist KEI who sings her fans’ songs in a high-pitched

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    What is the History and Appeal of Anime?

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    time and has amassed a gigantic fan base. Anime at its core is animation done in a more (for lack of a term) emotional style. But, what history does it have to tell and how has it become so popular? Anime’s use of its rich history, the size of the “Otaku” fan base, and it’s unfortunate overuse of fan service has led to a massive fan base over the years that stretches to the four corners of the world. Anime’s history reaches from as far back as the 18th century, to the Second World War, to present day

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    Hi, I’m Hinata i’m a 5th grade girl with long-ish black hair and bangs (That i hide my face with when I’m embarrassed ).I guess i’m a total nerd more of an anime Otaku I would say but whatever.Im not the most popular girl , I'm more of a nerd that only hangs out with a few people and I’m shy(And when I say shy like I'm really shy) but I also like helping people, my friend says I'm a super awesome person and that I should believe it, but he’s a dork, I just think i’m a nice person. So there is this

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    Fandom And Fanaticism

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    Introduction What is it about sports that make people so emotionally charged? If it is “only a game”, why does fan behavior sometimes border onto fanaticism? These are some questions that have been asked time and time again while researching fan behavior. The reasons for such loyalist, crazy fan mentality can be attributed to several psychological, biological and social reasons. The thrill of competition and result based format of sporting events creates an atmosphere charged with emotion that

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    Sport Essay

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    Research on what it means for people to be a sports fan; what do sports mean in ones life, I believe is one vital role in American society. Sports are all around, all year long, 24/7. We, as American citizens, choose what we want for entertainment, and by simply looking around you; sports are the entertainment of American society. What is the role of sports in one’s life? What teams they support and why? Or, why they choose not to cheer for a team. How do they show their support, such as clothing

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    Defragmenting Computer Geeks What constitutes a computer geek? Take a second to formulate an image of what a computer geek is. What does he/she look, act, and sound like? Mark is currently enrolled at JMU, and this is his second semester away from home at college. Mark, a skinny pale Caucasian male has his face two inches away from the computer monitor. He is playing the most up to date popular Star Trek video game on his newly acquired Pentium 5 processor. Ring Ring Ring….the phone

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    No Need for a Formal Introduction

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    If one ever goes to a sporting event, one will notice the interaction between people in the stands. Most of these people have just met for the first time on game day, yet it does not seem that way. They are there drinking beer, eating hot dogs like one would be at a backyard barbeque. The common ground these folks share is their interest in the game. They are part of the fan culture. The reason I find this particular topic fascinating is because professional sports have a strangle hold on our society

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    Beauty and the Geek

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    Watching television is one of America’s favorite pastimes, especially watching reality television. According to the Oxford dictionary reality television are “television programs in which real people are continuously filmed, designed to be entertaining rather than informative” (Oxford dictionary). Beauty and the Geek pairs together "Geeks" (socially inelegant nerd breeds) and "Beauties" (beautiful women handpicked for portraying bimbos), who then take on challenges to win $250,000 in prizes. Along

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    Essay On Cosplayers

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    Cosplay, the subculture that I have chosen to study, is when a person achieves identification by wearing costumes. This involves dressing up as characters from but not limited to works of fiction such as anime. Taken from the Japanese culture, the word “cosplaying” combines “costume” and “play.” Most people who are involved in cosplaying are interested in comics, anime, or video games. I got the chance to interview Becky, family friend, who identifies herself as a cosplayer. We sat down and talked

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