The postwar Japanese culture and cognition of war

Date of publication:2003-12   Press: China Social Science Press.   Author:Liu Bingfan   Pages:430   Words:326000  
Summary

Liu Bingfan, male, born in 1963, Shandong Zhaoyuan people, is now the director, Professor of comparative literature and World Literature Department of the College of Qufu Normal University, has presided over the completion of the project, project of national social science fund of Shandong province social science planning research projects, the education of Shandong province "fifteen" project planning, Shandong province art science key project etc, published four books, published more than 70 papers, published little
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Chapter 1 introduction of the political system of the war cognitive effects first fascist political system and its failure in second day of postwar political development and characteristics of the third section based on the postwar political war cognitive evaluation the second chapter post-war education on war cognitive effects section before the war fascist education system to review second day Japan's postwar Education development based on the third day after the education influence war the third chapter cognitive evaluation of the post-war literature war cognitive concept first Japanese traditional literature review in section second the development of modern literature and fascist literature form third postwar Japanese literature development in the fourth day war war literature cognition of the fourth chapter the main literary schools war cognitive concept first section on the postwar democracy movement of second section about postwar literature literature of the third section about rogue literature section fourth on Third New Literature in Chapter fifth the representative writer of war cognitive concept first section about Noma Hiroshi's second day war literature about Ishikawa Dami's third day war literature about Da Gang Sheng Ping war literature in the sixth chapter of war After the war drama cognitive concept first Japanese traditional drama review in section second wartime fascist drama and the drama development in section third, the post-war drama war cognitive concept evaluation war cognitive concept chapter seventh postwar religious section to Shinto Japan review bibliography postscript @##@ second fascist state Shinto and postwar Shinto change the third day war concept of cognition, the Shinto religious tradition In this paper the literature as the representative of the post-war Japanese culture war cognitive concept. Now that the war is cognitive concept Japanese national is the comprehensive development of all aspects of the political, economic, cultural and other collection and consciousness accumulation, therefore, the postwar Japanese literature was investigated. At the same time, and explores the profound influence of postwar Japanese politics, education, religion, the drama of the war of the cognitive concept.
found through research, taking literature as the representative of the post-war Japanese culture and not the war of aggression against the fascist militarism, criticize and rethink, postwar Japan politics, education, literature, drama, religious and other fields at different levels and in different forms of dilution, fuzzy, distorted, deny, beautify the war of aggression war cognitive concept.
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