Researches on Japanese massculture in Korea
Grant-in-Aid for International Scientific Research.
|Research Institution||SHIZUOKA UNIVERSITY|
UMAI Masayuki FACULTY OF EDUCATION SHIZUOKA UNIVERSITY.PROFESSOR, 経済学部, 教授 (30126768)
夫 伯 韓国, 慶熙ホテル経営専門大学, 助教授
李 昌洙 韓国崇実大学校, 統計学科, 助教授
ちょう 永達 韓国, ソウル大学校・師範大学, 教授
POE Baek INNTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF HOTEL ADMINISTRATION KYUNG HEE UNIVERSITY, ASSOCIATE PR
CHO Youngdal COLLEGE OF EDUCATION.SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY.PROFESSOR
LEE Chang-soo DEPT.OF STATISTICS.SOONGSIL UNIVERSITY, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
|Project Fiscal Year
1995 – 1995
Completed(Fiscal Year 1995)
|Budget Amount *help
¥1,500,000 (Direct Cost : ¥1,500,000)
Fiscal Year 1995 : ¥1,500,000 (Direct Cost : ¥1,500,000)
|Keywords||Massculture / Juvenile Culture / Comic / Life world / School Education / Social Consciousness / Anti Japanese sentiment / Historical Cognition / Industrialization / 大衆文化 / 青少年文化 / 漫画 / 生活世界 / 学校教育 / 社会意識 / 反日意識 / 歴史認識|
The purpose of this study is to make clear how wide Japanese popular culture spread among youth in Korea. how Korean value the spread.
The following two research were implemented.
(1) interview ; 1 students in elementary, junior high scnior high, school. and their parents : (2) university students : (3) youth working in business : (4) educators : (5) people in relation to translation, publication, sale of Japanese pupular culture : and so on.
2. questionnaire on three hundreds of students in clementary, junior high. senior high school.
As a result of these research, this study indicates following two significant points. First, the following six social processes encourage students in elementary, junior high, senior high school to develop a anti-Japanese sentiment ; (1) historical cognition as a public fact grown through everyday schooling : (2) public reaffirmation of historical cognition and anti-Japanese information given through the everyday mass media : (3) private facts of damage on everyday human relations in the colonial days : (4) justifing public historical cognition on the base of the uneveryday and sacred value grown through public holidays and inscriptions on monument in noted, historic place : (5) justifing a private anti-Japanese sentiment on the base of the uneveryday and sacred value confirmed in a family life and the anniversary of a family tree : (6) Japanese correspondences which Korean think Japanese ignores these condition in Korea, and Japanese reports which promote the fact. Second, I made clear that Japanese culture widely spread among them. They eagerly read Japanese comics ; 61% of all, especially 90% of men's students, 79% of lady's students in senior high school. They watch Japanese popular songs on TV broadeast via satellite ; 51% of lady's students, 39% of men's students in senior high school.
Research Output (4results)