著者
富永 京子
出版者
関東社会学会
雑誌
年報社会学論集 (ISSN:09194363)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.2020, no.33, pp.85-96, 2020-07-31 (Released:2021-08-24)
参考文献数
24

This study investigates how Japanese youth lost interest in politics after the 1970s. Previous research in youth studies showed great interest in and conducted research into youth culture after the 1970s. The author aims to demonstrate how the youth lost interest in politics through articles by editors and readers of the magazine Bikkuri House, published between 1975 and 1985. From the collected data, the author found that editors and readers mentioned political issues, but that youth interest changed after the 1980s. The youth supported or criticized political actors such as political parties and social movements in the 1970s. However, they came to caricaturize political actors after the 1980s because editors regarded some political topics as things of the past and expressed little interest in politics. This paper concludes that youth culture after the 1970s did not lose interest in politics, but that that interest was based on ridicule and a caricaturized view of politics.

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@hayakawa2600 有難うございます。この論稿では社会運動全体への揶揄を扱ったんですが,女性運動への揶揄は学生運動と同じくらい目立つんですけど少しされ方が違うんですよね。日本人の社会運動嫌いは新左翼と暴力へのトラウマのせいと言われがちですが、それとも異なる位相があるのかなと。 https://t.co/aMMnvnOMAR
若者文化における政治への関心と冷笑――雑誌『ビックリハウス』を事例として―― https://t.co/h6ansttNDy
@printemps_317 ダイレクトでないかもしれないですが、この論文が少し参考になるかもしれません。この論文から読み取れるわけではないですが、無関心化が進んだ結果、語ることが奇異なものとみなされ、排除されるべきものと捉えられてしまっているのかもしれませんね。 https://t.co/FGtYc9YKj3

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