Introducing eco-bags and pass cases that allow you to assert yourself as "single push" or "refusal to share"
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The lineup of the "Self-assertion series" is designed with the characters "Self-assertion eco-bag" (1 type in total), "Rejection of sharing", "Rear love", and "Niwaka". It is a "self-assertion pass case" (3 types in total) designed with the characters "self-assertion flat pouch" (2 types in total), "single guess", and "refusal to share".
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Refusal to share
Refusal to shareWhat is (Dotankyohi)?Geek fanOne of the ways of cheering among (pop culture lovers).In particularCheerIt's a phrase that tells you that what you're doing is something you don't want to get involved with other fans who are the same as you.As an antonym, "welcome to share".
OriginallyJohnny'sIt is a term used by fans.Johnny's fans refer to the fans who support member A as "in charge of A", and the fans refer to A as "in charge".: 27-28..In addition, this fan also called the fans who support A "Shared": 28, "Same-bearing" is a word that means that you cannot have an intimate relationship with each other. Also known as "shared NG": 34.
Johnny's fans in the late 1990s carried a business card showing who they were in charge of, which was also used to refuse to share.: 35..Later, terms such as "in charge" and the derivative word "joint share" came to be used not only by Johnny's fans but also by idol fans and anime fans..
It seems that there are various types of refusal to share, and not everyone refuses to share.Fans in their own community will not refuse even if they share the same role, but there are also people who refuse to share the same role outside the community.In addition, although they are usually close friends with each other, there are cases where a feeling of refusal comes out from the sense of competition when they are seated next to each other in front of the support target such as a concert venue..
The feeling of refusal to share is influenced by the common characteristics found in the Johnny's fan base who gave birth to this word.Johnny's fans look at the people they support with a sense of intimacy, and place importance on enhancing their relationships with them.This is different from the traditional music fan base, who sees the target person's performing arts activities with a longing feeling.: 251..Johnny's fans, on the other hand, generally have a low self-esteem about their appearance.: 253-254..Against this background, exchanges with co-workers who may interfere with the relationship with the support target and become rivals or jealousy are refused.: 253..In addition to sharing with the person himself, he may refuse to share with a close friend.This aims to maintain good relationships within the group by ensuring that the responsibilities do not overlap within the group of fans.: 30-31..In order to avoid sharing, the group of Johnny's fans is usually small, and fans of the same idol form a large group.GuardsIs different from.
- ^ a b c Maho Tokuda "Johnny's fan thinking"Kunitachi Anthropological Studies," No. 5, Anthropological Society of Kunitachi, 2010, pp. 21-46.
- ^ Izumi Tsuji, "Rethinking" Refusal to Share ": Relationship between Idols and Fans, Fan Community," New Sociology Research, No. 3, Shin-yo-sha, 2018, pp. 34-49.ISBN 978-4-7885-1592-5.
- ^ a b Kikka (December 2017, 10). “Which type you are?It is talked about that there are four categories of "sharing" that support the same recommendation”(Japanese). Netorabo. 2019th of February 10Browse.
- ^ a b c Izumi Tsuji, "The Paradise of Relationships / Hell, Communication of Fans over Johnny's Idols," "Each Fan Study I am a fan," Fudosha <Pop Culture Selection Book Lesse Wilderness>, 2007, pp. 243-289.ISBN 978-4-7763-0035-9.
- ^ Izumi Tsuji "Fans who "become observers" -as a form of adaptation to a fluidized society-"AD studies" No. 40, Hideo Yoshida Memorial Foundation, 2012, pp. 28-33.