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タイトル記憶と戦後占領政策 : 日本と沖縄における象徴天皇の存在と不在
タイトル別表記Memory and postwar occupation policy : Presence and non-presence of emperor as a symbol in Japan and Okinawa
作成者吉本, 秀子
作成者ヨミヨシモト, ヒデコ
作成者別表記Yoshimoto, Hideko
資料タイプtext
ファイル形式application/pdf
内容記述(抄録等)This study aims to explore what frames collective memory through a comparative media policy analysis of mainland Japan and Okinawa during the period immediately after World War II. Collective memory studies often fail to clarify the framing processes as the memory is deeply intertwined with the society itself. Today, most Japanese commemorate the war on August 15, which is the day Emperor Hirohito made the radio announcement accepting the Potsdam Declaration in 1945 . However, Okinawans who did not listen to the announcement commemorate the war on June 23 —the day the Battle of Okinawa actually ended. What created the difference? This study analyzed what framed the Okinawans’ war memory as it differs from that of the mainlanders and, in doing so, explored how collective memory is framed by the political situation of the time.
出版者山口県立大学
出版者ヨミヤマグチ ケンリツ ダイガク
Nii資料タイプ紀要論文
本文言語jpn
ISSN2189-4825
掲載誌名山口県立大学学術情報
10
開始ページ93
終了ページ100
発行日2017-02-28
著者版/出版社版出版社版
リポジトリIDYP50023000009
ファイル09.inter_YOSHIMOTO.pdf ( 1.2MB ) 公開日 2017-03-15
地域区分山口県立大学