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19세기 초 평안도 사회문제에 대한 지방민과 중앙관리의 인식과 정책

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Authors
오수창
Issue Date
2005-12
Publisher
서울대학교 규장각한국학연구원
Citation
한국문화, Vol.36, pp. 125-156
Abstract
Early nineteenth century social perspectives of the Pyeongan Province

from both local and center were studied through examination of key figures.

Commoner intellectuals of Pyeongan Province like Hong Kyeongnae initially

relied on a populist vision grounded in early Confucianism and a mysticism

which taught that a superman-like hero would save the world. Members of

the ruling class like Paek Siwon tried to make their interests felt in the

central government. The most capable statesman at the time Kim Josun's

primary interest was in stabilizing the region by protecting the power elites

and focusing their energies towards the center. Jeong Manseok was the

Governor of Pyeongan Province during and after the Hong Kyeongnae Rebellion.

Although his ability and efforts reaped important results, his policies were

suppressed by the power holders and government officials because they had

the potential to contradict the center’s own visions.

The most powerful statesman and the Pyeongan elite agreed to grant

Pyeongan Provice residents more seats in the central government. Its

organizational framework was the most conservative in that it presupposed

upholding the established social system.
ISSN
1226-8356
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/66775
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