How Anime and Manga Affect Teenagers

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HOW ANIME AND MANGA AFFECT THE LIVES OF TEENAGERS

Presented by:
Paula Carmela Pascua
Cheska Andador
Kimberly Lourdes Tina Amper
Ace Estranero
Sheena Ornopia


Table of Contents

Rationale -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Page
Problem --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Page
Significance of the Study ------------------------------------------------------- Page
Related Literature and Theoretical Framework ------------------------------ Page
Methodology ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Page
Presentation of Data -------------------------------------------------------------- Page
Analysis and Interpretation ------------------------------------------------------ Page
Conclusions ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page
Recommendations ----------------------------------------------------------------- Page

Rationale

With us living in the modern times, new technologies appeared that helped people perform their tasks well. Truly our lifestyle has changed along with the changes in technology. People’s hobbies have changed as well, this is greatly seen in the growing population of what we could call otakus. In the Western part of the world, this term refers to the people who are fans of anime and manga. In Japan, however, this term is somewhat considered as a negative way of labeling someone. For the Japanese, otaku people are those who are obsessed with anime, manga and videogames to the point where some of them no longer go out and socialize with other people. Some of these otakus prefer to shut themselves in their rooms instead. Anime and manga has also led some people, mostly teenagers, to dress up and act as their favorite anime/videogame character. We call this as cosplay, the…...

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