19세기 말 메이지 일본 신문에 드러난 조선 사절단의 모습


An Aspect of Chosun’s envoys to Meiji Japan in late 19th Century viewed based on Newspapers of Japan


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It is impossible to deduce from Chosun official’s records what kind of activities they did in Japan and what kind of awareness showed and how the other country, Japan saw them. In order to supplement this, it is necessary to have recorded data from a variety of perspectives. One of the alternatives could be the Japanese newspaper data, which reported on every move of the Chosun envoys. Through this, it is also possible to know the actual situation of the Chosun envoys, Meiji Japan’s cognition of Chosun as well. The newspaper was a newly created media in the modern era. This is a cultural medium t hat collects, processes, and produces information and provides it to readers through the mass media, 'newspapers', in addition to seeking 'profit' and 'publicness'. The newspapers convey the news of the government, but at the same time, they function to criticize the government, reflect not only public opinion but also lead public opinion. In this paper, I analyzed the viewpoints of Meiji Japan that looked at Chosun envoys in 19th Century by revealing the actual aspects of the news reports that were not revealed in Chosun 's records. Through this, it was possible to confirm the activities of the attendant who did not show the record, the schedule of the demonstration, detailed schedule, and the Japanese people whom they met. In addition, Japan looked at the Chosun dynasty as an object to be balanced and stubborn, but it was not uniform, and it reminded the past Japan’s mission to the U.S. through Chosun envoys, showing sympathy and compassion, and there was a difference in the gaze according to the characters of the envoys.


Ⅰ. 머리말
Ⅱ. 대일(對日) 사절단의 파견 경위와 성격
Ⅲ. 일본 신문에 보이는 조선 사절단의 모습
제1장. 신문 보도에 나타난 견문의 실제
제2장 조선 사절단에 대한 일본의 시선
Ⅳ. 맺음말


  • 이효정 Lee, Hyo-Jeong. 세종대학교 대양휴머니티칼리지 초빙교수


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