Uma análise do jogo RapeLay com base no modelo de coalizões de defesa

A viabilidade da regulamentação da pornografia virtual no Japão

Palavras-chave: Pornografia virtual, Lolicon, Japão, Cultura pop

Resumo

Utilizando o modelo de coalizões de defesa busca-se analisar o complexo sistema relacionado a fantasias de estupro envolvendo imagens fictícias de menores em jogos de videogame e computador. O foco desse artigo é especialmente no jogo chamado “RapeLay”. Há duas coalizões opostas sobre esse tema: a “coalizão de proteção infantil” e a “coalizão pro status quo”. Cada grupo busca ou mudar políticas públicas ou a manutenção da atual modelo japonês. Esse artigo analisa como essas coalizões são formadas e se são eficazes.

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Biografia do Autor

Dilton Rocha Ferraz Ribeiro, International Christian University (ICU), Tokyo, Japan.

Professor (by Special Appointment) at the International Christian University ,Tokyo, Japan. PhD in Law from the Queens University ,Kingston, Canada. Master in Social Sciences  from the international Christian University ,Tokyo, Japan, and Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Law from the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada.

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2020-11-13
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Rocha Ferraz Ribeiro, D. (2020). Uma análise do jogo RapeLay com base no modelo de coalizões de defesa: A viabilidade da regulamentação da pornografia virtual no Japão. Civitas - Revista De Ciências Sociais, 20(3), 454-463. https://doi.org/10.15448/1984-7289.2020.2.30279