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*Part 1: An essay that brought me out into the outside world as I was born in poverty and suffered from “bullying”[The danger of consuming emo: Part 1]Continued Self-study with a “second-hand 1-yen” reference book bought on Amazon, and entered university after hard work. There is a controversialist in his 20s who has continued to send out information while repaying scholarships after entering society. Mr. Hioka is a writer who sheds light on the existence that is considered to be “non-existent” in society.[Related article]When he writes about poverty, he receives a lot of vicious DMs. He couldn’t buy a uniform in this Japanese society. What I couldn’t attend to my limit and cram school. I couldn’t buy a computer to write reports at university… Based on this experience, he positively calls out, “Let’s pay attention to the pain of someone who may be right next to you, and let’s all make society easier to live.” When I was in junior high school, I had no place to live. Mr. Hioka, who says he was saved by organizing and expressing his thoughts with words, thinks about words now that SNS is at its peak. And what do you think about the media and their readers? This is an excerpt from the much-talked-about first book “I’m dying but I’m alive” (CCC Media House). ◇ ◇ ◇ I read a lot of online articles every day as a habit rather than because of my job. But most of the time I’m always exhausted after this work. This is because the Internet space is full of sensationalism. As a cause of journalism, it is in the public interest to convey all the “reality”. But there are too many, apparently deliberately, to incite the public’s desire to consume gro-porn. Writing strongly reflects the personality, purpose, and orientation of the writer. And titles and headings incorporate the intent of the editor. How to make it look sensational, tragic, exaggerated, eccentric, far from the pure motive of serving the public interest. Do you want to extract those parts and fill them up? The intention is transparent. Media sensationalism is always subject to criticism. On the one hand, this is also complicity with the reader. Humans are attracted to gross things. Unconsciously consuming miserable things as half-entertainment. Sensationalism is effective for earning PV. However, when trying to convey a “problem” as a “problem”, it can become an obstacle. “I feel like I’m dying but I’m alive” by Hioka CCC Media House (*Clicking on the image will take you to Amazon) I think so. Even if people’s difficulties are consumed as entertainment, they are someone else’s affairs. And the “quality” of the interest you get will never improve. In other words, the use of sensationalism succeeds in stimulating people’s desire to consume gro-pornography, attracting “disposable” curiosity. As a result, even if the purpose of increasing PV is achieved, it is unlikely that quality interest will be obtained. “Toxic positivity” with misery Recently, I heard the word mediagenic. There is a word “photogenic”, but it seems that “mediagenic” refers to “media glamorous”. Media conventions have a way of glorifying things. This approach can also be used when dealing with social issues. Typical examples are collections such as “it was hard work, but it was useful” and “it wasn’t all bad”. Isn’t it a symbol of such discourse that “disability is individuality”? Of course, I don’t think there’s anything wrong with the person concerned thinking that way or using those words. However, the current situation is still a society where people with disabilities cannot help but feel obstacles in their lives, and there is still not enough support, and society needs to change. Under such circumstances, I feel that the frequent use of this word by the media is trivializing the problem. Extract the tragedy and make it a good story. This is called “toxic positivity.” The more tragic, the more impactful the ending, the more mediagenic. And it hinders the communication and reception of problems as problems. “Emoi” is a word used by young people when they feel indescribably wonderful, or when their emotions fluctuate toward a certain object. The writing style that draws out the “emo” feeling is called “emo writing style”. ===== The emo writing style is somewhat fluffy and irresistible, and frequently uses words that remind you of childhood. We pay attention to the casual things that adults pass by, and look at things as innocent as a child. This has the effect of impressing “innocence and innocence”. Furthermore, write emotional movements and events in a slightly exaggerated way. The emo style has the effect of making the writer the main character of the story, and the effect of obscuring the essence of the sentence and making it difficult to see. The sinfulness of the emo style, the oath of the writer The reason why I talked about the emo style is because the emo style and consumer culture are connected. I think it is not unrelated to the fact that many of the users of the emo style seem to be in the advertising industry or related to it. There was a time when articles describing serious social problems in an emo style went viral. As I mentioned earlier, the text always contains the intentions of the author and editor. The writer’s mentality is clearly visible. I don’t know if the writer is conscious. However, from the emo articles that have gone up in flames, we can see the mentality of treating problems as “stories”, and more importantly, thinking that “social problems are tools to make yourself stand out”. And some of these sentences are popular. It’s mediagenic. Even if it’s not a full-blown emo style, there are a lot of articles that somehow sentimentally emo-kira-coated the difficulties of people and society. I think it’s important to convey difficulties as they are. No glitter, no pornography. And when I write my articles, I put a little resistance to sensationalism and mediagenicity. “I’m dying but I’m alive” by Hioka, CCC Media House (*Click the image to jump to Amazon) .

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