Title: コミック学における二次創作物の立場 -二次創作物に著作権が与える影響
Other Titles: The place of derivative works within comics studies -the influence of copyright law on the divide between amateur and professional works
Authors: Noppe, Nele
Issue Date: 18-Dec-2009
Conference: Comics Worlds and the World of Comics edition:1 location:Kyoto date:18-20 December 2009
Abstract: In current manga and comics studies, non-fiction works, works that do not appear in printed form, and amateur works created outside of the "official" publishing industry are relegated to the periphery of the field at best. Can a field called "global comics studies" be relevant without first overcoming this lack of inclusiveness? If we wish to engage in cross-cultural comparisons of certain creations within well-defined theoretical frameworks, we must be able to define what, for our purposes, constitutes a "comic". We might assume that form dictates what is a comic, but is it even possible to establish the formal attributes of a "comic" and then determine which works conform and which do not? We might also attempt to identify "comics" based on content rather than form. However, any distinction drawn between "proper" storytelling forms and those that do not conform runs not only the risk of being arbitrary, but of dismissing the preferred modes of communication of less privileged groups.
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IMa
Appears in Collections:Japanese Studies, Leuven

Files in This Item:
File Description Status SizeFormat
cwwc-_x7wudfrex2d.zipZip file containing presentation in Prezi document format Published 56807KbPrezi Desktop version 4.6.2View/Open


All items in Lirias are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved.