ДОСЛІДЖЕННЯ ВІДНОСИН МІЖ КОРЕЄЮ ТА ЯПОНІЄЮ В ХV СТОЛІТТІ

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  Мун Хьончін

Анотація

Мета цього дослідження – показати, що відносини між Кореєю та Японією на початку періоду Чосону досить сильно відрізнялися від сьогоднішнього стану відносин між двома країнами. Уряд Чосону видавав візи японцям, щоб контролювати їхній в’їзд у Чосон, і це обмежувало кількість суден, що заходили туди. Уряд навіть обмежував обсяг вантажу на суднах. Чосонська “політика контролю” та “політика зобов’язання” щодо Японії були запроваджені, щоб закріпити певні соціальні явища, але кілька випадків порушень все ж сталися. Для того щоб дослідити взаємозв’язок між політикою Чосону щодо Японії та скоєними злочинами, у цьому дослідженні використано нові терміни (політика контролю, політика зобов’язання), замість термінів (дипломатична політика, політика примирення), які нині широко використовуються в науковому обігу.

Як цитувати

Хьончін, М. (2022). ДОСЛІДЖЕННЯ ВІДНОСИН МІЖ КОРЕЄЮ ТА ЯПОНІЄЮ В ХV СТОЛІТТІ. Східний світ, (2), 37-45. https://doi.org/10.15407/orientw2015.02.037
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Ключові слова

відносини, Корея, Японія

Посилання

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Moon Hyoung-jin. Types of Joseon people’s crimes committed against the Japanese and the types of punishments during the early Joseon period // History and Cultural Studies, 2004, No. 21.

Moon Hyoung-jin. King Sejong’s engagement policies toward Japan and an increase in crimes // Japanese Studies, 2005, No. 24.

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Moon Hyoung-jin (2005), “King Sejong’s engagement policies toward Japan and an increase in crimes”, Japanese Studies, No. 24.

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