Combating Stress: Building Up Student Identity Through Japanese Animation
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The world has become more complex, and students at colleges have more stress than before. However, there are not enough counselors who are able to cover all students at college. Hence, there is a need to help students deal with some mental health issues associated with going to college. The author proposed using anime as a tool to help students develop their identity that could be a reduction of mental health issues. The author wished this project also could motivate students to learn Japanese. Lesson plans were developed and presented to an expert panel. The panel offered suggestions and the revised plans are in chapter three.
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