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식민지 시대의 한국인 대일관: 정치경제적 통제와 문화정책을 중심으로


This article analyses three of Japan’s colonial policy toward Korea. And focusing on why Korean’s anti-Japanese sentiments came from the colonial period. First, economically, Koreas modernization process is analyses as a subject of Japanese economic control towards. Second, Japans integration policy of Nissen yuwa, or harmony. This second colonial policy caused forced assimilation of Koreans and effected military service during the Pacific War. This is analyzes as a subject of Japanese political control. Third, in order to strengthen deficiencies in the above two oppressive policies, Naisen ittai or the Japanization of Koreans by Government-general of Japan is analyzed, as a form of cultural genocide. Keywords : Economic control, Nissen yuwa, Naisen ittai, Government-general, Cultural genocide* Jin-O Kwak is a Research Professor at Kookmin University (KMU) College of Social Sciences Institute of Japanese Studies he received his Ph.D. from the University of Hull.