Departmental Bulletin Paper 社会事業としての盲教育の展開 : 明治・大正期を中心として
シャカイ ジギョウ ト シテ ノ モウ キョウイク ノ テンカイ : メイジ タイショウキ オ チュウシン ト シテ
The Development of Blind Education as Social work : Mainly in Meiji Era and Taisho Era

高橋, 眞琴  ,  佐藤, 貴宣

30pp.1 - 8 , 2016/02 , 鳴門教育大学地域連携センター , Center for Collaboration in Community, Naruto University of Education
The blind school education to be established early in the Meiji era was envisioned as part of modern public education at first by the project of the Kaimei group bureaucrat. But the Emperor system of Japan public education was established and in the process that the national purpose of the measure to enrich and strengthen a country accomplished, the Meiji government let the education of the child with a disability including the blind child alone as the thing which should entrust to "the humane feeling and sincerity of people each other". Here, this paper survey the situation of the blind school located in the outside of the pale of education system and considers a process that a blind school was incorporated with public education system in partnership with local communities. With the background of the times of the Meiji and Taisho that conservatization of the education and the reinforcement of the state control advance.

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