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The function and characteristic of modified Sedangs durning the early 'Korea and Japan amalgamation' age

  • The Review of Korean History
  • 2005, (78), pp.231-265
  • Publisher : The Historical Society Of Korea
  • Research Area : Humanities > History

Kim, Hyung-Mog kim 1

1한국독립운동사연구소

Candidate

ABSTRACT

Since the opening of a port, Japanese imperialism devised many schemes for upbringing of the pro-Japanese party. Japanese popularization was one of the main devices. The Japanese language school, was founded on various parts, proved this situation. Iljinhye(一進會) ran the Japanese language schools-67 schools-immediately after 'Korea and Japan amalgamation'. The situation, at that time, was that the most of Korean followed suit it. This wasn't having no concern with the problem to upbring the pro-Japanese party. A modified Sedangs was progressed as engaging with this situation. The colonial education policy was one of factors to appear the modified Sedangs. Language assimilation policy showed the then situation. The other side, some enlightenment people managed the modified Sedangs to cope with the colonial education. The most modified Sedangs wasn't very different in nature from the existing kind. After the 1919 Independence Movement, it was groped for an elementary education to deliver from entering higher schools. A highly-elated enthusiansm for learning connected with the spread of basis to develop the interior nation liberation campaign. Such this logic was linked directly with the cultual campaign in 1920's. So there was a limit to overcome a system of colonial government. The vestiges of colony still remained on all sides up to the present, the 60th anniversary of restoration of independence. We need to consider what the modified Sedangs under the rule of Japanese imperialism means to us.

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