Japanese vs. American Horror Movies: Part 2


When analysing my narrated experience of my third blog postJapanese vs. American Horror Movies I realised that I’d focused more on what I was going to do with my autoethnographic task and comparing Japanese and American horror films, rather than attempting to understand how my cultural framework influences the way I perceive Japanese horror films. Whilst I needed to cover what I intended to do in my task, there was too much focus on it, and not enough on important topics I failed to cover.

I failed to relate my blog to the Ellis et al and thus couldn’t properly explore the notions of autobiography and ethnography. Whilst I delved into my own history of watching American horror movies and instances in which I found them to be frightening, I didn’t do the same for Japanese horror. Despite my project revolving around how Westerners interpret Japanese horror…

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