재일조선학교에서 북송운동의 전파과정 고찰 : ‘불꽃’ 잡지의 내용을 중심으로

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김태영 임영언
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return ethnic movement identity Japanese Korean Chosun School Zainichi Society
The purpose of this study is to analyze the spreading process of the return to North Korea through Chosun School Students. The research method is to analyze the contents of a magazine published in Kanagawa Chosun School in 1959. The results are as follows. First, the identity of Korean residents in Japan, as citizens in a foreign country, was contingent in contributing to developing North Korea, which served as a momentum that they grew as a force aiming for the movement of independence in solidarity with North Korea. Second, the repatriation to the North Korea factors appeared for the economic poverty, anxiety and disappointment, political negotiation etc. to the Korean Resident in Japan. Third, the return process to North Korea spread to the Chosun schools, students, homes Japanese-Korean society, and Japanese society. In conclusion, the return movement of the Chosun school students was designed to change the social environment of the Japanese-Korean, and affected on the expansion of ethnic discrimination movement after 1970.
Alternative Title
A Study on the Spreading Process of the Return Movement in Chosun Schools Based on the Contents of Magazine Bulgot
Alternative Author(s)
Kim, Taeyoung Yim, Youngeon
조선대학교 국제문화연구원
Research Laboratory
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2018 > Vol 11, No 1
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