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Title: 長野県の竜丘村と滋野村を事例とした初期公民館の館報と戦前地域メディアの接続―その1 竜丘村の事例―
Other Titles: The connection between the newsletter of the early public hall and the prewar local community media in the case of Tatsuoka Village and Shigeno Village in Nagano Prefecture: Part 1 Tatsuoka village
Authors: 森谷, 健
MORIYA, Takeshi
Keywords: 地域メディア
市民編集
公民館報
時報
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2021
Publisher: 群馬大学社会情報学部
Citation: 群馬大学社会情報学部研究論集.28, 121-137, 2021
Abstract: This paper is the first half of the paper which examines how the public hall newsletter of the early public hall is connected to the prewar local community media in the case of Tatsuoka Village and Shigeno Village in Nagano Prefecture. In Tatsuoka and Shigeno, local community media were published by local residents, especially young people, before the war. It will be discontinued due to the wartime regime. During the postwar democratization, a public hall was set up and a public hall newsletter was issued, but there are differences in the issuing systems in Tatsuoka and Shigeno. From these cases, it is clarified that the business of editing and publishing the local community media of residents from the early Showa period to 1940 will continue after the war, while being linked to national policies, especially social education (out-of-school education) and public hall policies. In this paper, it is revealed that in Tatsuoka village, the pre-war local community media publishing led to the publication of the post-war public hall newsletter.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/13308
ISSN: 1346-8812
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