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タイトル: 第一次大戦後の教育政策と天皇制の再編 : 農民・被差別部落民の教育問題を一つの軸に
その他のタイトル: Educational Policy after World War I and Reorganizaion of the Tenno System
著者: 仲田, 陽一
著者(別言語): Nakata, Yoh-ichi
発行日: 1976年3月30日
出版者: 東京大学教育学部
掲載誌情報: 東京大学教育学部紀要. 15巻, 1976.3, p.243-255
抄録: In pre-war ages, tenant farmers and 'Burakumin people' are discriminated on educational opportunity and in theire school life. It was given rise to by educational policy of the Tenno system. Therefore it is important problem which we cannot disregard for study of Japanese history of education. After World War I in Japan, monopoly capitalism was established, and Japanese society changed seriously. Those affairs were occured mainly by a conflict between classes. The Tenno system and its order were critical. Then education of the Tenno system was forced to change at all events. So its education modified its principle. New principle was to educate for 'citizen' in Japanese patern, not for a sub ject of the Eimperor like before. That modification was done with extense of higher education, secondary education and adult education. But discrimination against 'Buakumin people' and tenant farmers was only relieved, but certainly relieved. And miritary training was added to education. From that time new 'citizen' (united nation) began to be miritary nation. But that period is also called 'Taisho Democracy ages.' There was the condition that old order might be able to reform to more democratic education by. Then, on this paper I tried to show how that modification of educational policy was done.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2261/332
ISSN: 04957849


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