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Kenji Nojima JapaneseJosh Grelle English They say that fools learn from their experiences, while the wise learn from history. A very strict and professional Inspector in Unit 1, formerly partnered with ex-Inspector Shinya. As Akane's senior, he often berates her naivety and idealistic views on Enforcers.
Academy of Social Sciences ASS The United Kingdom Association of Learned Societies in the Social Sciences formed in gave rise to the Academy of Learned Societies for the Social Sciences incorporated , which became the Academy of Social Sciences on ASS Commission on the Social Sciences Notes from the meeting on by Ron Johnston. The Cost of Aging Prison Inmates - The goal and purpose of the study was to find a possible solution to help the prison health care system. Solitary Confinement and the Effects on Inmates - Solitary Confinement and the Effects on Inmates Solitary confinement is a mandated arrangement set up by courts or prisons which seek to punish inmates by the use of isolated confinement.
At the end of Season 1, he got demoted to Enforcer. All of the Other Reindeer: In his school days he was picked on for having a latent criminal for a father. Kogami defending him from these bullies is what started their friendship.
Alone with the Psycho: The second season revealed that his therapist was always Kirito Kamui under a holographic disguise, so the guy he was spilling his soul to in season 1 turned out to be the main antagonist of the second season.
Considering he gets his left arm ripped off and in the epilogue, he has both arms as an Enforcer, it seems he has another similarity to his Dad now. In Season 2, his growing concern for Akane's Psycho-Pass begins to look like this, especially in light of his personality becoming less harsh.
In the movie, he first frags Nicholas before he could kill Akane and Kougami and later arrived to Kougami's aid to defeat Desmond.
Fair-featured and handsome in contrast to Kogami's muscular build.
The New Edit shows that Ginoza used to look up to his father until he got demoted to Enforcer. A toned down version given the show's mostly realistic setting, but he's often the brunt of jokes, gets told off a lot, and even gets grabbed by the collar and tossed aside like a cat at one point.
Urobuchi says he likes picking on Ginoza the most. He believes wholly in the judgment cast by the Sibyl System, which puts him at odds with those who suggest deviations from it. After becoming an Enforcer, Ginoza is more openminded and is willingly to accept Akane's decision to deal with latent criminals.
Tends to be this in more light-hearted media outside of the main series, such as the audio dramas or Chimi Chara Psycho-Pass, where the cast is put in silly situations such as Kagari's cooking lessons.
Almost his default expression, but gives a major one to Akane when she hits a sore spot by asking him about his relationship with Masaoka. It's a hell of a slow thaw, but by the last episode he's more relaxed, smiles often, and is a lot warmer than he previously was.
It apparently sped up in the two years passed, as in the second season he's essentially a younger, more sarcastic Masaoka. In Season 2, most especially in the second half where he has less screentime. His father, Masaoka, became a latent criminal when Ginoza was nine, hence why he hates them so much.
Everyone Went to School Together: He and Shinya went to high school together and became best friends. When Ginoza told him his future plans on becoming an Inspector, Kougami quickly decided to also become an Inspector.
In The Moviehe grows his hair out and pulls it back into a short ponytail. His views on Enforcers clash with Akane's. While she considers them colleagues, Ginoza treats them like hunting dogs in fear of butting his own Psycho-Pass.
He is an Inspector descending into distrust of the justice system for which he works, which is reflected in his rapidly-rising Crime Coefficient.
Masaoka suffered from more or less the same experience in the past, which is how he became an Enforcer, a fate his son eventually shares.
Episode 21 hammers the point home: Masaoka's mechanical arm is his left, the same arm which Ginoza loses. Season 2 shows that in the intervening two years Ginoza slid into his father's mindset and role even more completely. The Glasses Gotta Go: He doesn't wear them anymore when he got demoted as an Enforcer.
Akane lampshades this by asking if he wears them just for decorative purposes. He says he wore them because he disliked the look of his eyes. An emotional callback to his father's last words to him were how his eyes looked like his dad's when he was young.
He's a dog lover and owns a Siberian husky named Dime. His test attributes reveal that he has a dog therapist's license, and he's allowed to keep his dog in the second season. When Chief Kasei tries to make him shoot Shinya with a lethal Dominator. When Masaoka dies, he is reduced to being able to do almost nothing but cry and eventually scream.Academy of Social Sciences ASS The United Kingdom Association of Learned Societies in the Social Sciences formed in gave rise to the Academy of Learned Societies for the Social Sciences incorporated , which became the Academy of Social Sciences on ASS Commission on the Social Sciences Notes .
The Supporting Protagonist of Season 1 (and Protagonist proper of Season 2) and female lead of the series, Akane is a rookie Inspector assigned to Unit 1.
A well-meaning, idealistic young detective, she works well with the Enforcers but often clashes with her more uptight colleague, Ginoza. Academy of Social Sciences ASS The United Kingdom Association of Learned Societies in the Social Sciences formed in gave rise to the Academy of Learned Societies for the Social Sciences incorporated , which became the Academy of Social Sciences on ASS Commission on the Social Sciences Notes from the meeting on by Ron Johnston.
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“According to our common sense, we think that ideology is something blurring, confusing our straight view. Ideology should be glasses, which distort our view, and the critique of ideology should be the opposite, like you take off the glasses so that you can finally see the way things really are.