Educational Policies of Martial Art and Health in Schools Implemented by Japanese Colonial Power (1931~1937)

  • Eui-Ryong HWANG College of Education, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Republic of Korea
  • Tae-Young KIM College of Education, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Republic of Korea
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Abstract

Dear Editor-in-ChiefSince the reformation of “Meiji restoration”, Ja-pan transitioned to a new era with policies in-tended to integrate its nationals under imperialis-tic regulation. For this purpose, emphases were put on medicine and health including physical education.

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Published
2018-06-10
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HWANG E-R, KIM T-Y. Educational Policies of Martial Art and Health in Schools Implemented by Japanese Colonial Power (1931~1937). IJPH. 47(Supple 1):82-3.
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