Auto-ethnography and Anime: A Convoluted Experience

My auto-ethnographic experience of anime has lead me to examine my attitude and expectations upon this medium and why overall I think it’s worthwhile. Anime is a product but one with a sense of artistic expression. No one in anime lives in the real world, or at the least the one that I know. This isn’t just in reference to the outlandish events that take place in anime but also it’s location, Japan. Watching Cardcaptor Sakura for the first time as a child was made wholly more interesting by the fact that it took place in a foreign location, bathed … Continue reading Auto-ethnography and Anime: A Convoluted Experience