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大邱中学校について : 在朝鮮「内地人」学校の事例研究

By 稲葉 継雄


Located in Taikyu (K. Taegu), the fourth largest city in colonial Korea following Keijo (K. Kyongsong: present-day Seoul), Heijo (K. Pyongyang), and Fuzan (K. Pusan) , Taikyu Middle School was established as the sixth middle school for naichijin (Japanese living in colonial territories) in colonial Korea. The Eightieth Regiment being placed in Taikyu, a middle school was opened in Taiden (K. Taejon) before Taikyu. Taikyu Middle School was closely related with the army from its birth, and its militaristic orientation was obvious in its education and student life. The following facts demonstrate this profile of Taikyu Middle School: 1) it was the first middle school to introduce military drill by officers in active service in 1924 (a practice which started in Japan proper in 1925, followed by other schools in colonial Korean in 1926) and remained as the model school for military drill; 2) with a large number of its student body transferring to military academies, the number of students who graduated after completing the five-year course was not large. Another characteristic of Taikyu Middle School was that its faculty was mostly graduates of Hiroshima Higher Normal School. After the liberation of Korea, Taikyu Middle School was reborn as Taegu Middle School, using the Chinese characters in the school name. The alumni of Taegu Middle School treat Taikyu Middle School graduates as their seniors, a rare case of human ties produced from the colonial rule.この論文は「大学院教育学研究紀要」(Vol.10, 2008, p1-22)に掲載された論文を査読し、『研究論文集-教育系・文系の九州地区国立大学間連携論文集-』Vol.2, No.1(2008/9)に採択されたものである

Topics: 大邱中学校, 内地人, the Taikyu Middle School, Naichijin
Publisher: 九州地区国立大学間の連携に係る企画委員会リポジトリ部会
Year: 2008
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