Departmental Bulletin Paper 日中戦時下の女性運動 : 日本婦人団体連盟による「白米食廃止運動」
ニッチュウ センジカ ノ ジョセイ ウンドウ : ニホン フジン ダンタイ レンメイ ニヨル「ハクマイショク ハイシ ウンドウ」
日中戦時下の女性運動 : 日本婦人団体連盟による白米食廃止運動
The women's movement during the Second Sino-Japanese War : an analysis of the federation of Japanese Women's Organizations' campaign to abolish the white rice diet

尾崎(井内), 智子  ,  オザキ(イウチ), トモコ  ,  Ozaki(Iuchi), Tomoko

45 ( 3 )  , pp.105 - 131 , 2015-11-26 , 同志社大学人文科学研究所 , Transcription:ドウシシャ ダイガク ジンブン カガク ケンキュウショ , Alternative:Institute for the Study of Humanities & Social Sciences, Doshisha University
This study focuses on the movement to "Abolish the White Rice Diet" promoted by the Federation of Japanese Women's Organizations and discusses the impact of this campaign on the National Total Spiritual Mobilization Movement. The Federation of Japanese Women's Organizations was formed under the leadership of the Women's Suffrage League of Japan, which had been a prominent voice in the Women's Suffrage Movement during the 1920s. When the Federation was established in 1937, its leaders quickly realized the importance of eating germ rice to prevent beriberi and started lobbying activities not only on the national level but also on the prefectural and municipal levels. In the end, although many of the Federation's efforts were unsuccessful, the National Spiritual Mobilization Movement Central League and the Tokyo Municipal Government decided to adopt the recommendation to promote the consumption of substitute foods.

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