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La Apreciación De Clichés Culturales Japoneses A Través De The Simpsons: A Propósito De 30 Minutes Over Tokyo

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  • Fernando Cid Lucas

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Que la famosísima serie de dibujos animados The Simpsons, creada por el dibujante y productor Matt Groening (1954- ) en 1987, ha criticado -siempre desde una Atlántida ilocalizable como es Springfield- a la sociedad estadounidense es un hecho constatado. Y este hecho no ha pasado desapercibido para muchos comentaristas, quienes la han tachado de izquierdista o, incluso, de ir en contra del espíritu de su país. El propio Al Jean, productor y escritor de esta serie, ha admitido en público a este respecto que: “Nosotros [la serie] somos de inclinación liberal”. Como el lector entenderá, este liberalismo les ha llevado a hacer blanco en el sistema político, financiero o sanitario de los EE.UU., consiguiendo la carcajada de unos y el ceño fruncido de otros, pero jamás la indiferencia.

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  • Fernando Cid Lucas, 2010. "La Apreciación De Clichés Culturales Japoneses A Través De The Simpsons: A Propósito De 30 Minutes Over Tokyo," Observatorio Iberoamericano de la Economía y la Sociedad del Japón, Grupo Eumed.net (Universidad de Málaga), issue 8, may.
  • Handle: RePEc:erv:obsjap:y:2010:i:8:4
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    cliches cultural; Japón; The Simpsons; over Tokyo;

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