DA Epiphanies and Realisations

Studio A

Japanese and Korean Comedy Shows

“When researchers do autoethnography, they retrospectively and selectively write about epiphanies that stem from, or are made possible by, being part of a culture and/or by possessing a particular cultural identity. However, in addition to telling about experiences, autoethnographers often are required by social science publishing conventions to analyze these experiences”. (Ellis, 2011)

In the rest of this post I will discuss the few epiphanies discovered by watching the 6 Asian comedies in my Digital Artefact. Those comedies can be found via these links.

DA Blog Posts (In Order)
‘Downtown no Gaki no Tsukai ya Arahende!!’
Watanabe’s Shiratori Mirei Skits
‘Invisible Man’
‘Gag Concert’
‘Mecha-Mecha Iketeru!’
‘Men on a Mission’

The original plan was to do a comedy variety show for a greater range of Asian countries as I wanted to see the difference in comedy styles but in the end I did 3 Korean…

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