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"Socialism" began at the end of "society". It was also a crisis of capitalism, but capitalism has survived by absorbing it. Therefore, "social things" are unnecessary for present-day capitalism. (From "Preface" by Tetsuo Kokawa)

Two years after 3.11, the nuclear power plant problem, the financial crisis, and so on, what is the true nature of the world we live in a turbulent society...? In the 21st century, when digital media have permeated society, why is it stifling in a society where everything is "correct" and "open"? "Why is "hikikomori" correct?" "Why do people stop asking "Why?"

An old man (thinker) and a middle-aged man (music writer), who have lived with their physical senses as clues, take a bird's-eye view of post-war subcultures and politics, and talk about how to see the world and its possibilities, using movies and music as clues!

Release date: 2013.03.08

http://www.ele-king.net/books/004606/

“Unrelated Media Films, Politics, and Customs” Tetsuo Kokawa + Itaru Mita (Authors)

Release : 2013-03-08

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    ISBN-06700738
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"Socialism" began at the end of "society". It was also a crisis of capitalism, but capitalism has survived by absorbing it. Therefore, "social things" are unnecessary for present-day capitalism. (From "Preface" by Tetsuo Kokawa)

Two years after 3.11, the nuclear power plant problem, the financial crisis, and so on, what is the true nature of the world we live in a turbulent society...? In the 21st century, when digital media have permeated society, why is it stifling in a society where everything is "correct" and "open"? "Why is "hikikomori" correct?" "Why do people stop asking "Why?"

An old man (thinker) and a middle-aged man (music writer), who have lived with their physical senses as clues, take a bird's-eye view of post-war subcultures and politics, and talk about how to see the world and its possibilities, using movies and music as clues!

Release date: 2013.03.08

http://www.ele-king.net/books/004606/

“Unrelated Media Films, Politics, and Customs” Tetsuo Kokawa + Itaru Mita (Authors)
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