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Kultura
2017, br. 157, str. 145-158
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
objavljeno: 01/02/2018
doi: 10.5937/kultura1757145D
Hikikomori - koncept devijantnog imuniteta
Univerzitet Singidunum, Fakultet za medije i komunikacije - FMK, Beograd

Sažetak

Od devedesetih godina HH veka, problem povlačenja mladih iz društvenih tokova života jeste u fokusu japanske javnosti. Ovaj kompleksan psihološko-socijalni simptom, pod nazivom hikikomori, često je razmatran i tumačen iz zapadne perspektive kao inherentno japanski. Isključivost takvih zaključaka ne samo da je teorijski upitna, već generiše diskurs o Japanu kao prostoru jedinstvenog, nacionalno određenog, devijantnog ponašanja. Ovaj rad najpre nudi teorijsku kontekstualizaciju pomenutog fenomena, a potom otvara dalja pitanja o 'imunološkim' potencijalima hikikomori zajednice unutar kapitalističkog sistema u kojem je obaveza proizvodnje neupitna.

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