Happy Monday, folks! Today, I’m featuring a very insightful post by one of my favourite bloggers, Miharusshi, titled “Uniform: A Multi-faceted Societal Instrument” on her blog Anime Vios.
Miharusshi posted this back in February, and I remember being impressed the first time I read it back then. She went through all the trouble of explaining not only what she thinks is the importance of uniforms in society, but also relates it to various anime such as Haikyuu!! and Kill la Kill among others.
Additionally, she shares some of her personal experiences about wearing uniforms:
In my high school days, I was a member of the basketball girls’ team. . .those jerseys feel so special since only a few of us get to wear it. . . / It was mysterious that we felt more empowered to give it our best on the court when we were wearing our special jerseys.
–Miharusshi (Anime Vios), “Uniform: A Multi-faceted Societal Instrument”
She also goes an extra mile by pointing out the consequences of wearing uniforms, namely the creation of an “invisible hierarchy” by wearing different uniforms from each other.
Overall, Miharusshi’s post about uniforms is impressive. I think that it’s a thorough analysis of the importance and the impacts of uniforms, not only on the society as a whole, but also to the individual wearing it. If you haven’t done so yet, I highly recommend that you check out Miharusshi’s blog Anime Vios.
That’s all for today, folks! Have a great week ahead. Cheers!
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