On the Psychology and Pathology…
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ON THE PSYCHOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY OF SO-CALLED MASOU SHOUJO PHENOMENA
Dear Mr. Beast,
I am currently working on my graduate thesis, which consists of an in-depth analysis of incidences of cultural significance in modern Japanese television animation. I would appreciate your opinion on the following: in your experience, do you feel that the zeitgeist of the common Japanese proletariat’s existence has been enriched by a common Jungian exposure to iconic symbolism through popular cultural media, or, conversely, is there to be seen a resurgence in classical autonomic materialization of total neo-judgmental theory?
Billy (age 5)