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1940년대 상하이(上海) 출판문화정책과 대중문학잡지의 생존 전략 ― 「만상(萬象)」, 「대중(大眾)」, 「바이올렛(紫羅蘭)」,「춘추(春秋)」를 중심으로The Publication Policy and the Survival Strategy of Literary Magazines in Shanghai in 1940s: Focusing on 「Wanxiang萬象」, 「Dazhong大衆」, 「Ziluolan紫羅蘭」, 「Chunqiu春秋」

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The Publication Policy and the Survival Strategy of Literary Magazines in Shanghai in 1940s: Focusing on 「Wanxiang萬象」, 「Dazhong大衆」, 「Ziluolan紫羅蘭」, 「Chunqiu春秋」
Authors
신동순
Issue Date
Mar-2011
Publisher
한국중국현대문학학회
Keywords
Shanghai in the 1940s; publication policy; cultural phenomenon; 『Wanxiang』; 『Ziluolan』; 『Dazhong』; 『Chunqiu』; popularity; commerciality; politics of non-politics; Shanghai in the 1940s; publication policy; cultural phenomenon; 『Wanxiang』; 『Ziluolan』; 『Dazhong』; 『Chunqiu』; popularity; commerciality; politics of non-politics
Citation
중국현대문학, no.56, pp.71 - 93
Journal Title
중국현대문학
Number
56
Start Page
71
End Page
93
URI
https://scholarworks.sookmyung.ac.kr/handle/2020.sw.sookmyung/7071
ISSN
1225-0716
Abstract
There are not many studies on publication policies and magazines during the period of when Shanghai was occupied by enemies. This thesis looks over the publication policy and the survival strategy of literary magazines at that time. More specifically, by focusing on literary magazines such as 『Wanxiang萬象』, 『Dazhong大眾』, 『Ziluolan紫羅蘭』, 『Chunqiu春秋』, which were issued in the 1940s, the period when Shanghai was occupied by foreign powers, this thesis covers Japan's manipulating power on culture in Shanghai at that time and the publication policy and the cultural phenomenon of the publication circle emerged in the reshuffling process of the power, as well as the attitude and strategy of key players in the circle for their survival. At that time, the Reorganized National Government of China, a puppet regime controlled by Japan, executed unilateral publication policies in Shanghai and mass media that violated the policies were suspended or shut down. However, magazines such as 『Wanxiang』, 『Dazhong』, 『Ziluolan』, 『Chunqiu』 were continuously issued by delicately criticizing and refusing the direct and indirect interference of the national government in the name of popularity and commerciality. Those magazines were realizing their own politics while insisting that magazines were non-political.
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