木村幹『日韓歴史認識問題とは何か―歴史教科書・「慰安婦」・ポピュリズム』(英訳)<br>The Burden of the Past : Problems of Historical Perception in Japan-Korea Relations

個数:

木村幹『日韓歴史認識問題とは何か―歴史教科書・「慰安婦」・ポピュリズム』(英訳)
The Burden of the Past : Problems of Historical Perception in Japan-Korea Relations

  • 提携先の海外書籍取次会社に在庫がございます。通常2週間で発送いたします。
    重要ご説明事項
    1. 納期遅延や、ご入手不能となる場合が若干ございます。
    2. 複数冊ご注文の場合、分割発送となる場合がございます。
    3. 美品のご指定は承りかねます。
  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 249 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780472054107
  • DDC分類 327.5205195

Full Description


The Burden of the Past reexamines the dispute over historical perception between Japan and South Korea, going beyond the descriptive emphasis of previous studies to clearly identify the many independent variables that have affected the situation. From the history textbook debates, to the Occupation-period exploitation of ""comfort women,"" to the Dokdo/Takeshima territory dispute and Yasukuni Shrine visits, Professor Kimura traces the rise and fall of popular, political, and international concerns underlying these complex and highly fraught issues.Utilizing Japanese and South Korean newspaper databases to review discussion of the two countries' disputed historical perceptions from the end of World War II to the present, The Burden of the Past provides readers with the historical framework and the major players involved, offering much-needed clarity on such polarizing issues. By seeing behind the public discourse and political rhetoric, this book offers a firmer footing for a discussion and the steps toward resolution.

Table of Contents

Foreword                                           vii
Preface to the English Edition xi
Introduction: The Complexities of the Dispute 1 (4)
over Historical Perception
PART I THEORETICAL EXAMINATION
One A Theoretical Framework for Examining 5 (16)
the Historical Perception Dispute
1 The Origins and Development of the 5 (8)
Dispute
2 Historical Perception as a Standard of 13 (4)
Value
3 History and Historical Perceptions 17 (4)
Two Three Factors in the Dispute over 21 (1)
Historical Perceptions
1 Generational Change 21 (11)
2 Changing International Relations 32 (7)
3 Economic Policies and the End of the 39 (10)
Cold War
PART II CASE STUDY I: HISTORICAL DISPUTES IN
THE 1980S
Three The History Textbook Issue 49 (1)
1 The Root of the Issue 49 (4)
2 South Korean and Chinese Responses 53 (6)
3 New Political Fluidity in Japan and 59 (12)
South Korea
Four The Turning Point of the 1980s 71 (1)
1 The Closing Days of the Cold War 71 (6)
2 Changing Japan-South Korea Relations 77 (7)
3 The Second Textbook Dispute in 1987 84 (3)
4 Emergence of the Nationalistic New 87 (8)
Version of Japanese History
PART III HISTORICAL PERCEPTION DISPUTE: CASE
STUDY 2: THE COMFORT WOMEN ISSUE
Five Japan-South Korea Relations at the End 95 (1)
of the Cold War
1 From the Textbook Controversy to the 95 (8)
Comfort Women Dispute
2 The First Kato Statement 103(7)
3 The Miyazawa Visit 110(5)
4 Insincere Apologies? 115(7)
5 The Response of the Japanese Government 122(3)
6 The Second Kato Statement 125(5)
7 The Kono Statement 130(6)
8 From the Murayama Statement to the 136(15)
Asian Women's Fund
Six Issues of Historical Perception during 151(1)
Japan's "Lost" Twenty Years
1 Changing Japanese Society 151(7)
2 An Era of Populist Nationalism 158(5)
3 The Historical Perception Dispute in an 163(5)
Era of Populist Nationalism
4 Deteriorating Bilateral Relations 168(7)
Seven Revisiting the Japan-South Korea 175(4)
Historical Perception Dispute
1 Generational Change, Mutual Loss of 175(2)
Importance, Collapse of Cooperation
between Ruling Elites
2 The Slow Collapse of the Cold War Regime 177(2)
Afterword 179(4)
Chronology of the Japan-South Korea Historical 183(4)
Perceptions Issue
Notes 187(36)
Bibliography 223(16)
Index 239