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고종 재위 전기 강관의 구성(1864-1876)

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Authors
김성혜
Issue Date
2009-06
Publisher
서울대학교 규장각한국학연구원
Citation
한국문화, Vol.46, pp. 53-83
Abstract
In December 1863, 12-year-old Kojong(高宗) rose as the 26th monarch under the nomination of Shinjeongwanghu(神貞王后). Because Kojong was still young, weak, and had yet to receive some training and education to be an emperor, he started to study the ruler"s education(聖學) named Kyeon-kang(勸講), based on precedent. When the end of regency by the queen mother in February 1866, the name of Kojong"s education was changed to Jin-kang(進講) during the period of his training, and Kojong continued to concentrate on the ruler" seducation while partaking in and collaborating with Daewongun(大院君) in his policy-making decisions and progress. After restoring his sovereignty, Kojong changed the name of his education as Il-kang(日講). In this way, the name of Kojong"s education has been varied depending on his political situation or standing. In those days, Kojong was influenced by his teachers(講筵官) who were high-ranking officials of Daewongun"s regime and also in charge of Kang-yeon(講筵). Accordingly, Kojong"s growth as a ruler was greatly affected by the disposition of his teachers.
ISSN
1226-8356
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/66983
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