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|Title ||:||台湾事件(1871-1874)と清国ジャーナリズム (資料篇1)|
|Title alternative ||:||The Taiwan Incident (1871-1874) and the Attitudes of Journalism in China (Materials, Part 1)|
|Authors ||:||西里, 喜行|
|Authors alternative ||:||Nishizato, Kiko|
|Issue Date ||:||Sep-1988 |
|Abstract ||:||The Taiwan Incident (1871-1874) has been considered as the first expedition abroad conducted by Meiji Government, and the first step of later aggressive acts by modern Japan.
There are numerous historical researches on diplomacy concerning the Taiwan Incident (1871-1874), but there is scarcely any research on its influence on the formation of national and international consciousness in the countries concerned. To investigate the issue, we must pay attention to the trends of journalism in the countries concerned.
For the present, in orden to examine the trends of chinese journalism on the Taiwan Incident (1871-1874), this paper focuses upon articles and editorials of following four newspapers and journals on the Incident; the Xunhuan Ribao (循環日報) in Hongkong. the Shenbao (申報) and the Wanguo Gongbao (万国公報) in Shanghai, the Zhongxi Wenjianlu (中西聞見録) in Peijing.
These newspapers and journals at that time have generally been recognized as representative chinese journalism.|
|Type Local ||:||紀要論文|
|Citation ||:||琉球大学教育学部紀要 第一部・第二部 no.33 p.233 -303|
|Appears in Collections||:||No.33 (1988/9)|
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