일제시기 충남 부여·논산군의 유지집단과 혁신청년집단

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dc.identifier.citation한국문화, Vol.36, pp. 193-247-
dc.description.abstractThis study aims at three objectives: First, it examines and describes the

existence and diversification of the local power elite groups and the

reformist youth groups under the Japanese Colonial Rule. Second, it shows

clearly the political boundary between the local power elite groups and the

reformist youth groups. Third, it describes what political activities the both

groups were engaged in after the liberation. I examined the cases found in

Buyeo County and Nonsan County, and reached at four conclusions. First,

the local power elite groups and the reformist youth groups began to divide

in their political orientation significantly after a series of “reformist (or

progressive) movements" by the youth groups in the mid 1920s. Second, a

strong antagonistic relations between two groups developed through the

early phase of “the Singanhoi (Samchong) dissolution struggle" (“revolutionary

mass organizing movement"). Third, their political differences and demarcations

can be clearly found in their activities, such as peasant tenants struggles,

organized peasant movement, petition movements, and “thought leading"

activities-ideological propaganda activities. Fourth, after the liberation, the

local power elite groups led the rightist political activities and the reformist

youth groups led the leftist political activities.
dc.publisher서울대학교 규장각한국학연구원-
dc.title일제시기 충남 부여·논산군의 유지집단과 혁신청년집단-
dc.typeSNU Journal-
dc.contributor.AlternativeAuthorJi, Soo-gol-
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Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies (규장각한국학연구원)Korean Culture (한국문화) Korean Culture (한국문화) vol.36 (2005)
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