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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2013.tde-16052013-104519
Document
Author
Full name
Shirlei Lica Ichisato Hashimoto
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Hansen, Joao Adolfo (President)
Moraes, Marcos Antonio de
Nagae, Neide Hissae
Ninomiya, Sonia Regina Longhi
Pécora, Antonio Alcir Bernárdez
Title in Portuguese
As representações dos japoneses nos textos modernistas brasileiros: Mário de Andrade, Oswald de Andrade e Juó Benanére
Keywords in Portuguese
Cultura japonesa
Japoneses
Memória autobiográfica
Modernismo - Brasil
Abstract in Portuguese
As representações dos japoneses nos textos modernistas brasileiros: Mário de Andrade, Oswald de Andrade e Juó Bananére tem como objetivo estudar textos escritos por brasileiros que tomam o Japão por tema e textos produzidos por japoneses e nipo-brasileiros que escrevem sobre sua experiência individual e coletiva com o Brasil, principalmente textos de memória autobiográfica e coletiva que contemplam os pontos de vista da sua adaptação ao presente brasileiro. Prevê, entre outros procedimentos, especificar os modos japoneses de definir categorias como escrita, ficção, arte, tempo, sociedade, pessoa, memória, família, hierarquia, trabalho, sexualidade, moral, honra, obediência etc., considerando as diferentes formas culturais como homens e mulheres de origem japonesa com os valores herdados e fortemente formalizados do shinto, do budismo, da família e da honra definiram e orientaram o sentido da experiência no presente brasileiro de sua adaptação a uma cultura constituída por outras tradições, como a religião católica, a miscigenação racial e cultural, a moral patriarcal, a língua portuguesa etc.
Title in English
The representation of the Japanese in Brazilian modernist texts: Mário de Andrade, Oswald de Andrade and Juó Bananére
Keywords in English
Autobiographical memory
Japanese
Japanese culture
Modernism - Brazil
Abstract in English
The representation of the Japanese in Brazilian modernist texts: Mário de Andrade, Oswald de Andrade and Juó Bananére aims at studying texts written by Brazilian authors that have Japan as a theme and texts written by Japanese and Japanese-Brazilians about their individual and collective experiences with Brazil, mainly individual and collective autobiographical texts that show viewpoints related to their adaptation to the Brazilian environment. This thesis intends to, among other procedures, specify the Japanese ways of defining categories such as writing, fiction, art, time, society, person, memory, family, hierarchy, work, morality, honor, obedience etc., taking into account the different cultural manners in which men and women of Japanese ethnicity - with inherited values of shinto, Buddhism, family and honor, and strongly shaped by these - defined and directed the meaning of their experience in Brazil at the time of their adaptation to a culture built on other traditions such as Catholicism, cultural and racial mixture, patriarchal morality, the Portuguese language etc.
 
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2013-05-16
 
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