“OnePiece” it is as extensive as it is acclaimed. Performed by Eiichirō Oda, the manga its chapter 1,065 is about to be released, with which he gets closer and closer to the end of his story. Of course, thousands are devastated by the fact, but this does not mean that they will not have Luffy and other characters very present in the memory. Such was the case of Yasmine Sandra Farfán Cayllahua, bachelor’s degree from the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos of the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences.
Farfán Cayllahua, believe it or not, presented his graduation thesis with said anime as an object of investigation. Specifically, the woman from San Marcos proposed his work as “Neologisms in the One Piece manga: morphological processes and lexicographic study.”
What is the thesis about “One Piece” about?
Divided into six chapters, not counting the bibliography and conclusions, Yasmine’s research seeks to explain the origin of words created by Oda specifically for her work.
In this way, the work also tries to classify these terms and break them down according to current parameters. To give context to the topic, he used examples such as “aqua laguna”, which comes from the Italian acqua and the Spanish laguna, to refer to a large tsunami on the island of Water Seven.
Did you manage to graduate?
After her presentation, the faculty jury deliberated and decided that Yasmine Sandra Farfán Cayllahua had done an exemplary job. Consequently, They chose to declare the thesis student as a graduate in Linguistics.
In fact, they told him that many should follow his model to open up new possibilities when choosing a research topic.