Experts advise otakus to see psychologists
The “House” specifically referred to here is derived from the term “Otaku” that appeared in Japan in the 1980s, and specifically refers to people who are excessively addicted to animation, manga, and games (collectively referred to as ACG, which is the abbreviation of animation, manga, and games)Many of them hold huge monthly salaries, have strong purchasing power for expensive anime game peripheral products, and have a hobby for collecting.
Those who do not leave home and are not obsessed with anime can only be called “Nit.”
”Guangzhou’s otaku people appear . Experts worry that they will become hidden youth.
“Relevant reports in the” Southern Metropolis Daily “on March 14 this year caused a lot of discussions among netizens. Many people worry that young otakus are addicted to the Internet and their communication ability is degraded.
Compared with some characteristics of the Japanese “otaku” (such as relying on the Internet, not wanting to go to school or work, rarely going out, dislike contact with strangers, collectivism, celibacy, etc.), these young people’s behavior is really easy to make peopleWhen people think of Internet addiction, autism, negativeness, old age, and discomfort with society, the public’s worry is not unreasonable.
Some people have also protested that “Otaku” refers specifically to a group of people who love their anime or industry, and those who do not just stay at home without going out are called “Otaku”.
Despite the controversy, more and more people are equating “House Guys and House Girls” with “People Who Don’t Like Going Out”.
The popularity of the Internet has created a special lifestyle called “house”.
It is understood that otaku and otaku girls rarely or never appear in public places such as bars, KTVs, sports fields, commercial streets, etc. Most of the time, they entertain themselves at home. Their main scope of activity is inseparable from residential areas, and they are notTaboo is known as otaku.
How many young people are “home” around us?
A survey conducted by the China Youth Daily News Center and Sina News Center (4610 participants) showed that 56.
9% of people believe that there is a otaku.
Are you enough “home”?
Xiao Pan, who calls herself a “six-star house girl”, describes her every day like this: get up, face her computer in pajamas, keep pressing F5 to refresh the webpage, then play games, watch movies, read comics, and listen to a song repeatedlyone day.
Instant noodles and various dry foods are available at home, and you can eat whatever you want.
The phone is always tuned to vibrate, and the nerves become nervous as soon as the phone rings or someone knocks on the door.
QQ, MSN are invisible all year round or simply do not go online, and sometimes suddenly want to find someone to chat, and ran away impatiently after saying two words.
The travel location is limited to two kilometers of the residence, and you will feel tired when you are in a crowded place.
“Sometimes, I also want to go out, but I get up, put on makeup, freshen up, it’s already afternoon and give up.
Xiao Pan said that she is a senior in Guangzhou and has stayed at home because she has to write a graduation thesis.
The title of “six-star otaku” comes from a otaku test that Xiao Pan participated in online.
She got a high score of six stars, the coefficient is: communicating with people in reality causes you to feel troublesome, or feel bored and depressed.
The Internet is gradually becoming irreplaceable for you, and it will become a safe haven for you to escape from reality.
“‘Six stars’ is not the highest score yet. Someone got seven stars.
“Xiao Pan added.
Qiao Nan is the owner of the QQ House Friends Club, which manages 127 members.
He told reporters that the true identities of members in the group include young people in employment, students, bank staff, advertising practitioners, freelance designers, teachers, businessmen, programmers, translators, media workers, etc., which can be described as diverse and most of them are 19-Between 36 years old, living in the city, the most common things I do at home are surfing the internet, watching movies, reading books, and playing games.
Everyone stays at home for a minimum of two days, many years and three months, some are long-term homes, and some are usually home on the weekends.
Everyone’s house is different, but it is certain that everyone likes to stay at home, “Can’t go out without going out-this is our slogan, if we have to shout.
Bad habits or new lifestyles?
In this survey, 48.
5% of people believe that “a mansion will cause young people to lose their motivation and vitality and should be given high attention.”
1% of people are horrified by otaku, they think “this is an unhealthy lifestyle.”
Thorough experts recommend that otaku otaku should receive psychological counseling.
Xiao Pan ‘s father also worried about her daughter ‘s “home girl”
life: “She goes home every day and goes online to the computer. She only eats one meal a day. When her parents say ten words, she only answers one sentence.Don’t go out.
When we were young, we had a few classmates to go hiking and swimming on the weekends.
Children now like to stay at home all day, I’m afraid they will get sick.”However, there are 38.
1% of survey participants thought “this is a personal interest and has nothing to do with others.
4% believe that “this is the impact of social pressure on young people, understandably.
“A otaku blog has such a description: otaku is a state of life.
It’s not worth wasting time for others. The joy of creating life is that you are the leader of the trend!
There is only one life, and we have to do things that we really feel deeply!
Otaku otakus entertain themselves, but parents rarely tolerate them staying at home all day.
In the eyes of the older generation, people who go out to work on time every day are called work. When they have time to do sports, go shopping, and chat with friends, they are called life.
And these can be done without leaving the house in the Internet era, no longer a reason to go out.
In the survey, there were 40.
5% of people think they might become a otaku before their 40s.
Hobgoblin003, a Beijing netizen who participated in the survey, said: “The 40-year-old is a good demarcation point. Many friends around me hope that they can make enough money for a lifetime before the age of 40, retire early, and go to Hainan or another beautiful cityBuy a house, then go find a girlfriend and start living as a house boy.