Akira: An Ethnographic Reflection

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Coming to the screen of Akira, I was prepared. I had a list of discussion points and factual tweets to present, and was ready to engage in the live tweeting session. By bringing preprepared things I’d learnt to the live tweeting session had allowed me to focus more on the film, and engage with my classmates who had discovered the same, or similar concepts that connected to their ethnographic study.

This post aims to describe and ’systemically analyze’ the personal experiences that have shaped my experience and interpretation of the cultural film Akira (1988), and provide an ‘insider’s perspective’, a core component of analytical autoethnography (as determined by Anderson…

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