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일본어교육검색

Journal of Japanese Language Education Association


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 일어일문학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 2005-7016
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 89권 0호 (2019)
초록보기
This study focuses on the cultural aspect of early modern Busan by comparing two Japanese newspapers published in Busan area which were not addressed in precedent studies of the existing novel series, “The Chosen Jiho” and “The Fusan Nippo.”Contrastingly to most of the related researches that targets “Maeil Shinbo”published by the Japanese Government at that time (Korean newspaper) which is not damaged as much and is easy to decipher the articles, this study looks deeper into the Japanese newspapers in Busan area, “The Chosen Jiho” and “The Fusan Nippo” to examine the characteristics of Japanese serial novels in the 1910s and 20s. As a result, it became evident that all the writers of serial novels in “The Chosen Jiho”and “The Fusan Nippo”were Japanese who were students of Ozaki Koyo, a representative writer of pseudoclassical literature in the Meiji era whose fame gradually deceased from the literature mainstream. With the nostalgia for Japan embedded in their novels and lectures spread throughout early modern Busan that drove the colonial culture. The culture and sentiment of Japan are strongly expressed as serial novels and lectures in the “Novels” section advancing the spread and expansion of Japan culture in early modern Busan. In other words, through 1910s to 20s, Busan was actively engaged in modern material civilization from Japan while also was forced the emotions and culture of Japan which mediated through newspapers affecting the minds and ideologies of the people. This clearly represents the duality of the development of modern culture in Busan.
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In this paper, based on the hearing investigation of the damage to the Korean in Japan, the human rights of the Korean in Japan and the harm of the hate speech were considered. The Hate speech has suddenly stepped into the life of Korean in Japan, and it is clear that it has caused a great deal of damage to Korean's heart in Japan, not only when it is done, but also after they leave. Hate's words directed to Koreans in Japan are “words of violence” as “words that can not be heard, words that children do not want to hear, words that deny us our very existence”. Koreans in Japan felt fear, anger, sadness, despair, but they did not know why they had to meet such a absurdity. However, if you say a word that gives up because of your attribute, you can not counter it. Thus, the hate speech gives the minority a sense of self-loss and helplessness and forces silence. And it interferes with the daily life that had been so peaceful, adversely affects human relationships in social life, and also the importance of Koreans in Japan, such as the relationship with Japanese people in the region that they have built up so far, and the culture of Japan and Korea .It has also become clear that there is the evil of causing cracks in what has been. In addition to the hate speech side, the police who act as if protecting them, the Japanese society that tolerates such discrimination activities as they are, and the Japanese who are on the sidelines as other personnel are deeply desperate
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