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    Title: 1920年代における植民地台湾の政治運動の再考―明治維新解釈の視点から―
    Other Titles: Rethinking of the Political Movement in Colonial Taiwan in the 1920s : From the Perspective of Interpretations on the Meiji Reforms
    Authors: 楊素霞
    Yang, Su-hsia
    Contributors: 日文系
    Keywords: 明治維新;植民地台湾;『台湾青年』;『台湾』;『台湾民報』;台湾文化協会;台湾議会設置請願運動
    Date: 2012.09
    Issue Date: 2014-11-17 15:00:07 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:  明治維新は変革を示唆する歴史的出来事である.1920年代,植民地台湾の平和的
    The Meiji Reforms implied the meaning of change. In the 1920s, the non-violent
    political movement of colonial Taiwan was often regarded as being related to the Reforms.
    Here, the means of propaganda that supported the promoters of the movements included
    The Taiwan Youth, Taiwan, and Taiwan People’s Newspaper. Therefore, through these
    three publications, this paper examines the questions of how the activists used the Meiji
    Reforms as evidence to express their requests, and what implications these evidence had
    when they were promoting political movement.
    The movement promoters, hoping to upgrade Taiwan’s culture and to request
    Taiwanese political rights, set up Taiwan Cultural Association (Taiwan Bunka Kyo¯ kai)
    and launched the Petition of the Establishment of Taiwan Council (Taiwan Gikai Secchi
    Seigan Undo¯). Meanwhile, the promoters put the historical facts of the Meiji Reforms in
    perspective, correlating them to Taiwan’s contemporary situation and to the movement’s
    aim. Consequently, the historical facts of the Meiji Reforms often appeared in these three
    publications, with cultural enlightenment and freedoms of expression and of gathering
    being the two main focuses.
    However, facts related to changing polity, such as the Meiji Restoration, and those
    implying militant resistance, including the Boshin War and the Southwest War, were not
    used. This implies that the above-mentioned political movement had the colonial rule
    system as the pre-requisite. It demanded their rights through the language of the Meiji
    Constitution on the freedom of expression, publication, gathering and petition. It was a
    movement within the establishment.
    Relation: 社会システム研究, No.25, pp.31-50
    Data Type: article
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