근대 일본의 ‘카라유키상’ : 그 실태와 이동 네트워크를 중심으로
|dc.description.abstract||It is a common knowledge that from the beginning of Meiji to Showa period a number of Japanese women went over to overseas and were involved in prostitution industries. It is said that more than 20,000 of these women so-called 'Karayuki-san' spread from East Asia to Southeast Asia, America and Africa continents in the early 1910s. Among these regions, Singapore had the largest demand for ‘Karayuki-san’ in Southeast Asia. Furthermore, it acted as a hub to send 'Karayuki-san' out to various places in Southeast Asia, Australia and even to Africa. What made this phenomenon possible was the power which pushes 'Karayuki-san' out from Japan, the power which pulls them toward the place where ‘Karayuki-san’ were in demand, and the network which gathers, distributes, and moves them. There are a number of studies on ‘Karayuki-san’, but they tend to place ‘Karayuki-san’ in the place of departure or arrival and analysis the push and pull factors. However, it seems to be difficult to place 'Karayuki-san' inside the border of Japan or a place where they resided. Some of 'Karayuki-san' left their hometown and settled down abroad for several years and then came back, but some of them remigrated to a different place where had demand for these Japanese women. Thus, it can be said that 'Karayuki-san' were cross-borderal. Based on the above point of view, this thesis examines the actual condition of 'Karayuki-san' from a social historical perspective focused on the network which enabled 'Karayuki-san' to migrate. This is to that shedding light on the process of their migration while sublating to place them inside a certain region. This is also expected to help to understand that 'Karayuki-san' emerged and migrated from multiple relations, and to avoid to understand them as a product of a single nation.||-|
|dc.description.tableofcontents||영문초록 ⅲ I. 서론 1 1. 연구목적 1 2. 선행연구 3 3. 사료 5 II. ‘카라유키상’ 출현의 배경 7 1. 일본의 내적 요인 7 (1) 전통적 가족질서와 ‘이에(家)’ 7 (2) 일본의 대외 인식 9 (3) 九州 북서부의 지리적 특성 11 2. 동남아시아의 성비불균형 14 III. ‘카라유키상’의 이동 네트워크 17 1. 일본 국내 17 (1) 지역적 분포 18 (2) 인적 구성과 ‘카라유키상’ 모집의 방법 20 2. 일본 국내외 24 (1) 지역적 분포와 인적 구성 24 (2) 해외 도항의 방법과 경로 27 (3) ‘카라유키상’의 ‘매매’ 30 IV. 싱가포르의 ‘카라유키상’ 34 1. 일본 유곽의 형성 34 2. 公娼制와 ‘카라유키상’의 관리 39 3. 일본 유곽의 遊客 46 V. 결론 52 참고문헌 54 부록 57||-|
|dc.title||근대 일본의 ‘카라유키상’ : 그 실태와 이동 네트워크를 중심으로||-|
|dc.contributor.alternativeName||'Karayuki-san' in modern Japan : their actual condition and migration network||-|
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