日本語歌謡曲によるプロパガンダ : 満洲国における日本語歌謡曲を中心に

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Title
日本語歌謡曲によるプロパガンダ : 満洲国における日本語歌謡曲を中心に
Title Alternative
ニホンゴ カヨウキョク ニヨル プロパガンダ : マンシュウコク ニオケル ニホンゴ カヨウキョク オ チュウシンニ
Propaganda in Popular Japanese Songs in Manchuria
Author
氏名 閻 璐
ヨミ
別名 YAN Lu
Subject
満洲国
歌謡曲
プロパガンダ
文化浸透
王道楽土
Abstract

As is well known, Manchukuo (1932-1945) is said to be a "puppet" state born in northeastern China ruled (controlled) by Japan. In order to establish the legitimacy of the Manchukuo administration not only within the territory, but also in Japan and other parts of East Asia, Manchukuo government authorities were eager to propagate copious amounts of visual media such as posters, postcards, stamps, and movies produced by Japanese authorities. In regards to this propaganda media, little scholarship has focused on popular songs about Manchukuo. Although there is already much research on Manchukuo both in Japan and China, the majority of such research focuses on Manchukuo movies and Li Xianglan (Yamaguchi Yoshiko), one of the top stars in Manchurian films. This paper focuses on popular Japanese-language songs based on Manchuria and their role to establish the legitimacy of the Manchukuo regime among Japanese expatriates and residents of other ethnicities in Manchuria who somewhat understood basic Japanese and how those songs contributed to Manchukuo propaganda.

Description Peer Reviewed
Journal Title
広島国際研究 = Hiroshima Journal of International Studies
Volume
25
Spage
71
Epage
81
Published Date
2019-11-30
Publisher
広島市立大学国際学部
ISSN
1341-3546
NCID
AN10485683
Language
jpn
NIIType
Journal Article
Text Version
出版社版
Set
hiroshima-cu