Ghita Ait Bensalah

Representation of the local and global community in the works of Hayao Miyazaki


Unpublished, English, No ISBN, 9 Pages. 

The aim of this paper is to analyze and discuss the visual choices in Hayao Miyazaki’s movies, that reflect the Japanese cultural identity as well as the international one. We see this universalization in his world designs, characters designs and choice of stories. This is what made his movies connect with a global audience, without disconnecting with the local one. We will be studying two forms of Miyazaki globalizations: Movies with national symbolism and how they connected with the world community, and international story-based Miyazaki movies that succeeded in associating with the Japanese community.

Contents
Abstract 
I. Introduction
II. From Japan to the world (Spirited away, Princess Mononoke)
III. From The world to Japan (Howl’s Moving Castle and Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea) 
IV .CONCLUSION
References


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