Departmental Bulletin Paper <論考>ペレストロイカ期におけるコリョ・サラムのアイデンティティ形成 --1986年~1991年の『レーニン・キチ』の分析から
<Articles>Identity Formation of the Korean Diaspora in USSR, Koryo-saram, in Perestroika Period: An Analysis Based upon Articles of Lenin Gichi, 1986 to 1991

李, 眞恵

10pp.177 - 191 , 2017-03-20 , 京都大学大学院アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科附属イスラーム地域研究センター
This paper focuses on the discourse surrounding ethnic regeneration during the Perestroika (перестройка) period of the former Soviet Union and considers the development and nature of this discourse through case study analysis of the Koryo-saram (the Korean diaspora of the former Soviet Union) and its newspaper, Lenin Gichi (The Flag of Lenin). The case study in this paper reveals a focus on independent approaches to ethnic regeneration within Koryosaram society during the Perestroika period. Although during the Soviet era all Koryo-saram were Soviet citizens, they were "nationalized" by the respective countries of the former Soviet Union following its collapse. As opposed to the national integration process on the basis of nationalism of the title nation of each country, the Koryo-saram societies of each country transformed, while responding in various ways to the governments and systems that had acquired their own individual characteristics. In order to study the dynamics of modern Koryosaram society, it is undoubtedly necessary to consider the transformation of Koryo-saram society after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Therefore, the objective of this paper is to focus on the changes in the Koryo-saram society during the Perestroika period, which was a crucial turning point in its transformation, and investigate and analyze the response of Koryo-saram society to Perestroika.

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