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塩原時三郎研究 : 植民地朝鮮における皇民化教育の推進者

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概要 Minami Jiro, whose term of office (7th; 1936-42) was only the third longest among the eight Governor-Generals of Korea, next to Saito Makoto's (3rd; 1919-27, 5th; 1929-31) and Terauchi Masatake's (1st...; 1910-16), is nevertheless evaluated as "the most unforgettably atrocious Governor-General in the history of Japanese colonial rule of Korea. "Minami, who was in office during the time of Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945) and the World War II (1939-1945), gained notoriety for a series of hard-line policies aimed at kominka, or making Imperial Japanese subjects of the Korean race, such as the enforced worship at Shinto shrines, the exaction of the Pledge of Imperial Subjects, the promulgation of the Name Order (so-called soshi kaimei; K. ch'angssi kaemyong), the educational reforms under a new Rescript on Education, and the mass recruitment of young Koreans. It goes without saying that Minami's subordinates played indispensable roles, assisting him and sometimes even taking initiative, in enforcing these policies. This study focuses on Shiobara Tokisaburo, Chief of the Education Bureau, because it is quite effective to trace his words and deeds for clarifying the facts about Minami's policies, especially in education. Although Miyata Setsuko has painstakingly dealt with the general view of kominka policies and the structural relations among them in her numerous works, her approach is not of educational history. It is the goal of this article to further investigate the educational issues of colonial Korea that has been discussed by Miyata and others.続きを見る

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更新日 2017.01.05