紀要論文 戦後の武道教育についての研究 : 学校における武道の取り扱いに着目して
A study on post-war martial arts education in Japan : Focusing on how martial arts is handled in schools

久保, 優樹  ,  武井, 幸二  ,  岸本, 卓也

17pp.13 - 18 , 2017-03-01 , 国士舘大学体育・スポーツ科学学会
ISSN:1880-9316
NII書誌ID(NCID):AN10474825
内容記述
 The purpose of this research was to ascertain how martial arts were handled in Japanese schools and how they became compulsory after World War II. Martial arts education was banned by the Allied Powers’ General Headquarters after World War II. It later resumed once Judo and Kendo were emphasized as “sports.” In 1958, a new term-combat sports-was being used. At the time, “combat sports” were linked to moral education, so combat sports flourished when school hours were extended. In 1989, the emphasis was shifted back to “traditional culture,” and “combat sports” were once again renamed “martial arts.” Martial arts ceased being a sport in physical education and instead became part of traditional culture. Amendment of the Basic Act on Education resulted in “respect for traditional culture” and “regionalism” that in turn led to martial arts becoming a compulsory subject in Japanese schools
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