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Articles by Robin O'Day

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Robin O'Day is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of North Georgia. He is a cultural anthropologist who focuses on contemporary Japanese civil society, social movements, political protest, and activism. Publications include "Differentiating SEALDs from Freeters and Precariats: The politics of youth movements in contemporary Japan" in the Asia-Pacific Journal (2015) and “Mass Media Representations of Youth Social Movements in Japan” (with David H. Slater and Satsuki Uno) in Social Movements and Political Activism in Contemporary Japan: Re-emerging from Invisibility edited by David Chiavacci and Julia Obinger from Routledge Press.