Papers

Number of the published data : 20
No. Publishing type Authorship Title Author Journal Publisher Volume/issue/page Publication date ISSN DOI URL Summary
1 Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution)
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The Takashima mine under the Goto's operation following after the government control
Kim Kwangnam
茨城大学全学教育機構論集 大学教育研究

1, 79-95
2018/03




2 (MISC) Introduction and explanation (bulletin of university, research institution)
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(Research Notes) The Coalmine Policy in Japan between 1859 and 1874
Kim Kwangnam
Bulletin of The College of Humanities Ibaraki University : Studies in Social Sciences

59, 71-88
2015/02/27
1344-0160



3 (MISC) Introduction and explanation (bulletin of university, research institution)
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A Reflection on the Japanese patriot's view on Korea in Late Tokugawa Era ; with special attention to Yoshida Shouin
Kim Kwangnam
茨城大学人文学部紀要、社会科学論集

54, 29-47
2012/09/28
1344-0160


本論文は吉田松陰を通じて幕末教養人の朝鮮観を考える論考である。いわゆる教養人の朝鮮観は遅くとも徳川幕府発足から形成され継承されてきた。吉田松陰の朝鮮観もその思想的伏流の延長線上にあるものと言えよう。松陰は当時の幕藩体制に迫りくる内憂外患に対処するため二方向から接近した。すなわち攘夷と尊王である。松陰の攘夷策は、日本が強兵を養い積極的に朝鮮・アジアへ打って出る雄略によって列強の干渉を防ぐというものだった。さらに松陰の尊王は、継承された神話的物語に依る「日本優越・朝鮮蔑視」観を内包する国体論であった。これが松陰が継承した伝統的な朝鮮観に他ならない。すなわち「日本書紀」による国体の言説そのものがこの朝鮮観を不可欠な構成要素としているからだ。かくして歴史的に継承された国体論は、「中華日本」の外夷に位置すると想定した蝦夷・琉球・朝鮮を服属させる万世一系の天皇の絶対支配下に国民を統合し内憂を解消し、朝鮮・アジアを侵略して外患を防ぐという「富国強兵」政策を思想的に支えたものであった。
4 Research paper (scientific journal)
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A Study of Japanese Diplomacy with Asia in the Early Meiji Period; from the period of the Meiji Restoration until the Taiwan Expedition of 1874
Kim Kwang-Nam
The Journal of Eurasian Studies

8/ 4, 141-171
2011/12/31



This paper investigates how the Japanese leaders’ efforts for “independence” were linked with the Japanese “expansion” in Asia by focusing on their foreign understanding and their policies toward Asia. Those leaders did make plans and lead the formation of the modern Japanese nation state in the early Meiji era. This study clarifies the linkage in the analysis of diplomatic archives, diaries, opinion papers, and letters of the leaders written around the time of the Meiji Restoration up until 1874.

First, the foreign recognition of Shoin Yoshida is discussed. He seems to have had profound influence on the thought of the Japanese leaders in their youth in the late Tokugawa period. Next, the foreign recognition of the new Meiji government’s leaders, mainly Tomomi Iwakura and Takayoshi Kido, is summarized in the continuity of former times. Then, the following chapter discusses Iwakura Mission’s attempts for revising the unequal treaty between Japan and Western powers, as well as some of their experiences in Western nations. After the mission returned to Tokyo, some members including Iwakura, Ookubo, and Kido set about proceeding preparations for the conquest of Korea. Their plan for Korea is examined with consideration to how their experience in Western nations affected it. In the final chapter, problems in Taiwan invasion are investigated in detail through Ookubo's diary. He was a prime leader, as well as a chief representative in the negotiations on Taiwan affairs with the Chinese government. In the process of studying each fact, it will be clear that how Japanese diplomacy toward China have connected with the strategy for Korea and the Sakhalin issue accompanied by Russian pressure. At the same time, it will be acknowledged that Japan's diplomacy with Asia has been influenced in some degree by British and US interests at that time.

In conclusion, this paper shows that the early Meiji government has gotten the strategy to hold the full independence by shifting the pressure of the Western power, especially Russian’s, to Asian regions, depending on Anglo-Saxon powers to a certain extent. In addition, this study mentions ideological background with which the Japanese government has expanded over Asian regions.
5 (MISC) Other article
Joint
「人間の尊厳」からの再出発
Testuji Ito, Toshiya Yamamoto, et al.
『日韓;傷ついた関係の修復』

129-136
2011/11/20




6 Research paper (scientific journal)
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A Study of the Resource Exploitation and the Conflict in Aceh
Kim Kwangnam
The Journal of Eurasian Studies

第8/ 第1, 155-185
2011/03/31



 This paper investigates the basic cause of the frightful and prolonged conflict in Aceh, Indonesia, by looking at the history of the country and its petroleum and natural gas resources development.
 At the end of the 19th century, the Dutch colonial government began a large-scale military campaign in order to secure oilfields in East Aceh. At that time, the Dutch was interested in not only products such as coffee and spice, but also natural resources including petroleum, rubber, and tin. Thus, the development of natural resources in Aceh fueled the Dutch to expand their colonial territory. During the Japanese military administration period, the Japanese army tried to benefit from Aceh’s natural resources. After the surrender of the Japanese army, an Indonesian independence movement broke out. Also, the conflict escalated over the control of Aceh-North Sumatran oil between the Dutch army and Indonesian nationalists, as well as infighting between Acehnese and Javanese.
 After Indonesia became independent, the struggle between the Acehnese local power and the Javanese central government continued over control of the Aceh-North Sumatran oil fields. Rebellions against the Aceh-North Sumatran oil nationalization arose while the U.S. government and the Dutch oil companies monitored the nationalization process. Finally, through the institution of martial law, the Indonesian army took control of economic properties including the Aceh-North Sumatran oil facilities. This action of the Indonesian army was related to the reparation agreement made with the Japanese government. The agreement included provisions that the Japanese government would invest in the Aceh- North Sumatran oil facilities and purchase their oil. Thus, the Japanese market and its capital assistance facilitated the restoration of the Indonesian oil fields and the oil export to Japan. But this did not help meet the Acehnese local society’s needs for petroleum products. The main purpose of the national oil company was just to obtain foreign currency by their crude oil.
 During the time of the Suharto administration, the government strongly promoted the centralization of power for both economic development and political stabilization. In Aceh, the central government focused on the development of natural resources, especially natural gas exploitation in North Aceh, and built large-scale industries called the Lokhseumawe Industrial Zone. These industries yielded huge foreign currency for the Jakarta government, but they did not contribute to the local economy. In other words, there was no positive impact on other industries and employment in the local society. Moreover, the government expropriated the local habitants of their vast land without enough compensation for building the industrial zone. Thus, the gap between non-Acehnese workers in the enclave and habitants in the local society rather widened.
 This paper concludes that the long and intolerable conflict in Aceh from 1976 to 2005 was due to two main factors. First, the Acehnese were extremely dissatisfied at the Java-centric and unjust policy for economic development. And second, the Acehnese harbored fear and hatred for the brutal national army.
7 (MISC) Introduction and explanation (bulletin of university, research institution)
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A Reflection on Takashima colliery before nationalization
Kim Kwangnam
Annual Report of the Institute of Regional Studies Ibaraki University

第43
2010/03/31




8 Research paper (scientific journal)
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A Reflection on the Coal Development in Kyushu of Late Tokugawa Period
Kim Kwangnam
The Journal of Eurasian Studies

第5/ 第3, 59-82
2008/12/31




9 (MISC) Introduction and explanation (bulletin of university, research institution)
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Korea in the Perspective of Contemporary Southeast Asia
Kim Kwang-Nam
Annual Report of The Institute of Regional Studies Ibaraki University

40, 15-24
2007/03/31




10 (MISC) Introduction and explanation (bulletin of university, research institution)
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The Unyougou Incident
Kim Kwangnam
Bulletin of The College of Humanities Ibaraki University
Studies in Social Sciences

43, 33-45
2007/03/30




11 (MISC) Introduction and explanation (bulletin of university, research institution)
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A Political Reflection on the Fuel Consumption in the Japanese Colonial Empire
Kim Kwang-Nam
Bulletin of The Faculty of Humanities, Ibaraki University,
Studies in Social Sciences

42, 1-20
2005/09



1868年から1941年に至る大日本帝国において、化石燃料の消費・需要の趨勢を明らかにし、大日本帝国自らが選択的に歩んできた政治史の一つの特徴を抽出することを試みた論考。
12 (MISC) Introduction and explanation (others)
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Petroleum and Liquid Natural Gas in Indonesia
Kim Kwang-Nam
『インドネシアを知るための50章』明石書店

36-42
2004/07/30




13 Research paper (scientific journal)
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A Review of Discussions on Catalytic Effect on the Independence of Southeast Asian Countries
Kim Kwang-Nam
Bulletin of the Korean Scholarship Foundation

24
2002/11




14 Research paper (international conference proceedings)
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「大東亜戦争」の歴史的解釈の再検討
Kim Kwang-Nam
法学研究所雑誌(大韓民国忠北大学校)


2002/09




15 Research paper (scientific journal)
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第四次アチェ戦争とアチェ植民地経済に関する一考察
Kim Kwang-Nam
indonesia2


2000/09



上智大学アジア文化研究所
16 Research paper (scientific journal)
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アチェにおけるインドネシア独立運動
Kim Kwang-Nam
茨城大学政経学会雑誌

68
1999/03




17 (MISC) Introduction and explanation (bulletin of university, research institution)
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日本軍政下の南方石油;スマトラを事例として
Kim Kwang-Nam
茨城大学地域総合研究所年報

31
1998/03




18 (MISC) Other article
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Integrasi Negara dan Pembangunan dalam Proses Nasionalisasi Minyak Bumi Indonesia
Kim Kwang-Nam
インドネシア大学政治社会学部国際関係学科提出論文


1992/12




19 Research paper (scientific journal)
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北スマトラ石油帰属問題、1945-57年
Kim Kwang-Nam
アジア経済

32/ 10
1991/10




20 Research paper (scientific journal)
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「近代」の再検討;インドネシアを念頭に
Kim Kwang-Nam
indonesia2


1991/04



上智大学アジア文化研究所