Table of contents for Pikachu's global adventure : the rise and fall of Pok‚emon / edited by Joseph Tobin.

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Table of Contents
Section I: Contexts and Issues
	1. Joseph Tobin		Introduction					           1
2. David Buckingham &	Structure, Agency and Pedagogy in
	   Julian Sefton-Green 	Children's Media Culture				16	
	3. Anne Allison		Cuteness as Japan's Millenial Product		48
Section II:  Global Circulation
	4. Koichi Iwabuchi		How "Japanese" is Pokémon?			72
	5. Hirofumi Katsuno &  	Localizing the Pokémon TV Series for the 
	    Jeffrey Maret		American Market					116
	6. Christine R. Yano		Panic Attacks: Anti-Pokémon	 Voices in
					Global Markets					157
Section III:  Places and Practices
	7. Julian Sefton-Green	Initiation Rites: A Small Boy in a Poké-World	208
	8. Dafna Lemish & 		Pokémon in Israel					245	        Linda-Renée Bloch		
	9. Gilles Brougère		How Much Is a Pokémon Worth? 
					Pokémon in France 					280
Section IV:  Pokemon Goes to School
	10. Helen Bromley		Localizing Pokémon Through Narrative Play	313
	11. Rebekah Willett		The Multiple Identities of Pokémon Fans		335
	12. Samuel Tobin		Masculinity, Maturity, and the End of Pokémon	357
Section V: Conclusion
	13. Joseph Tobin		The Rise and Fall of the Pokémon Empire		381

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Pok‚emon (Game)Pok‚emon (Fictitious characters)Pok‚emon (Television program)Popular culture