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佐賀県下の青年団における集団勤行

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概要 In the process of Kokumin-Seisin-Soudouin movement, Kinrou-Housi (the group services provided through physical labor) were carried out frequently more than before in young men's associations. The form...s of the Kinrou-Housi were various according to the actual situations of areas. That was why the role of middle leaders (prefectural or town and village officials, principals, teachers, etc.) was important. In Saga prefecture, the group services were carried out in the Hinomaru-Syudan-Gongyo movement. This paper has the purpose to make clear the ideology and the practice of Hinomaru-Syudan-Gongyo movement. As a result, the following points were made clear. 1. The peculiarity of the ideology of Hinomara-Syudan-Gongyo movement was to value form above substance. For example, the works under the rising-sun flag, the ascetic practice of silence, the unison of the national anthem, etc.. In Sukoson-Seinendan (the young men's association in Suko village), the ideology of Hinomaru-Syudan-Gongyo movement was made a strict interpretation. The result was edited as a pamphlet. According to that pamphlet, gongyou was zetugenteki (indescriable), therefore, form was more important than substance. 2. As the background of Hinomaru-Syudan-Gongyo movement, the following points are given. (a) Some trainers in Saga prefecture (prefectural officials in the field of education) were related to Kunihiko Okura, who had been a recognized authority on religious training for young men. When the prefectual Kasugayama-dojo was built in Saga prefecture, Okura funded the project. (b) The Hagakure was regarded as the origin of the character of the people of Saga prefecture. Some expressions in the Hagakure bore close resemblances to some expressions in the pamphlet that made in Sukoson-Seinendan. 3. In Mikazukison-Seinendan (the young men's association in Mikazuki village), young men who wore towel on which the rising-suns were painted around their heads worked on Syudan-Gongyo and Kinrou-Housi under the rising-sun flag. But it is doughtful whether trainers in Mikazukison-Seinendan distinguished between the Syudan-Gongyo and Kinrou-Housi, because through the two types of flag (one was written "Syudan-Gongyo", the other was written "Kinrou-Housi") were made, there weren't used suitable works.続きを見る

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