천황제 이데올로기와 식민지조선 - 1910～20년대를 중심으로 -The Emperor Ideology and the Colonized Chosun - During the 1920s and 1930s -
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- ishidonzin theory; nisendocho theory; the emperor ideology; ishidonzin theory; nisendocho theory; the emperor ideology; 일시동인; 일선동조론; 천황제이데올로기
- 일본역사연구, no.26, pp.193 - 224
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The Emperor Ideology and the Colonized Chosun
-During the 1920s and 1930s-
This paper intends to verify the characteristics of Japanese ideological domination and the meaning of it in the thought history, by examining the role of the emperor ideology, formerly created within Japan in the process of building the nation-state of Japan, in the colonized Chosun from the 1910s to the 1920s.
First, I looked into the formation of the stereotypical view of Chosun in the late nineteenth century in regard to the emperor ideology. Secondly, I examined how the ishidonzin(favor of the emperor spreading all over the world) theory and nisendocho(Japanese and Korean nations have the same forefathers) theory, which appeared in the 'annexation' period, played a part in justifying colonialist rule over Korea, by hiding the contradiction of it. Thirdly, I showed how the emperor ideology continued and strengthened in the 1920s in the context of education and religion policy.
The ishidonzin and nisendocho theories, as part of the emperor ideology, were the very two central concepts that ideologically determined the Japanese colonial rule. Those theories developed to the theory of naisennyuwa and naisennittai that the two nations should be harmonized and ultimately united as one. The ideology played a large role as camouflage of the violent nature of the colonial rule and means of justifying the severe oppression against those who did not conform to their rule. In the end, the emperor ideology had the complex duality of accommodation and discrimination, embracement and exclusion in the colonized Korea.
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