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タイトル: 内外事項区分論の過去と現在 : 戦後日本における受容と変容
その他のタイトル: The Past and Present of the Division Theory : The Acceptance and Transformation in After-War Japan
著者: 佐藤, 修司
著者(別言語): Satou, Shuuji
発行日: 1995年2月28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. 34巻, 1995.2, p.363-379
抄録: Kandel's division theory was introduced to Japan in the educational reform after World War II. Kandel was an important member of the Education Mission, so the description of the Mission Report resembled Kandel's in the institutional plan, the used term and wording, including the view of education and democracy, but the contradictory principles of teaching freedom and popular control were put side by side without proper arrangement. Japanese people in charge of the educational reform had the similar plan and view to Kandel and the Mission members. Especially the bill of teacher's ststus had the provisions of teaching freedom for relieving a teacher as a profession from imperative relationship and the professional personnel administration. Regretably the bill was soon repealed. After 1950's the government became opposite to the after-war reform ideals. The division theory of the advocates of 'people's right to education' has been constructed to protect the freedom of teaching under the hostile relationship with the government. For this reason the division theory in Japan has made radical and progressive in contrast to Kandel's.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2261/693
ISSN: 04957849


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