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  1. Invention and Representation as Cultural Capital
  2. Olivia Cadaval, Sojin Kim, and Diana Baird N'Diaye
  3. Cultural Capital: The Problem of Literary Canon Formation, Guillory

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So if the standards are so rigorous, why are there so many Japanese symbols and icons that are totally foreign to nearly everyone outside Japan? One could argue that to have an emoji related to your culture in the official line-up is to also have a spot on the world stage. Food from Japanese cuisine show up everywhere on the emoji list — like curry and rice, seen here Credit: Alamy Stock Photo. Earlier this year, it was announced that emoji depicting differently abled people in wheelchairs and using hearing aids would be added. A hijab-wearing emoji, various skin colours and same-sex couples and families also appeared in recent years.

Many organisations and individuals are pushing for more representation, specifically to showcase their home countries and cultures. A recent example is Finland, which has lobbied to create Finland-themed emoji since Theman wanted a way to talk about Finland in a social media-friendly way that appealed to a younger audience.

In the end, woolly socks and sauna made it in. But the sauna design was tweaked. Instead of the pitched image of two naked characters sitting in a sauna, it was changed to a more general, heads-up view of a person with a towel wrapped around their hair and surrounded by steam. This was very deliberate — Davis and Burge say the consortium aims to make emoji as accessible as possible.


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Still, the woolly socks and adjusted sauna emoji were a victory. Finland was the first nation to lead a successful emoji campaign.

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Jennifer 8. After a two-year campaign, she helped get the dumpling emoji approved, and worked with a year-old Muslim girl in Germany to get the hijab emoji approved. Lee is also a member of the consortium. Lee points to items like Australian boomerangs that are tied to specific countries, but have transcended to become global symbols.

But sometimes, emoji that mean certain things to certain cultures get used in entirely different ways by people outside those cultures. That might show that emoji really are being treated as language.

Cultural Capital: The Problem of Literary Canon Formation, Guillory

Japanese culture is heavily represented in emoji — here, a woman celebrates Tanabata, the annual star festival, with a decoration which has its own emoji Credit: Getty Images. The winking emoji can mean flirtation in some cultures and not in others. Plus, consider the technical roadblocks of trying to include an emoji for everyone: there are already a lot of emoji for us to scroll through.

What might that look like on our phones as we swipe through hundreds of categories with hundreds of entries each? If you liked this story, sign up for the weekly bbc. Is there an emoji that represents your country? Why are there so many emoji about Japan?