Departmental Bulletin Paper 近代期韓国経学院の講演会について

丁, 世絃  ,  JEONG, Sehyeon

2015-03-31 , 関西大学 大学院東アジア文化研究科
Kyeonghakwon was established on June 15, 1911 on the site of Sungkyunkwanthrough decree 73 of the Japanese Government-General. Kyeonghakwon was intended to be a place to give lectures on Confucianism and to facilitate reform of Korean public morals.After the Japanese colonial government was established, the educational functions that Sungkyunkwan had held befbre were nearly totally eliminated. Kyeong Hakwon was based on Confucian thought. Its main purpose was to implement social education and performances of religious rites at Confucian temples. In this paper I will be focusing on how the Kyeonghakwon lectures changed under the Confucian Policy of Japanese Govemment General.

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