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KCI등재 학술저널

전국적 사건에 대한 지역적 해석

신경환(申京煥) 사건을 중심으로

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The 1973 ‘Shin Kyung-hwan(申京煥) case’ is related to the unstable legal status of Koreans in Japan. Shin Kyung-hwan, who was paroled after serving in 1968 for robbery, became the first case of the forced eviction clause of the Korea-Japan Legal Status Agreement . Japanese and Koreans in Japan formed a support group to stop Shin Kyung-hwan from being forced out and conducted trials to prevent him from being deported. Through the trial, his deportation was stopped. After the case, he returned to his hometown, but his relationship with his family deteriorated and eventually left for another place. However, Shin Kyung-hwan case had an important influence on Takarazuka. It was an opportunity to discuss discrimination among Koreans in Japan in the local community. Shin Kyung- hwan s sister has participated in the human rights movement since the 1980s based on her experience. Her activities led to the revitalization of the operation of the civilian branch. Until now, study on Koreans in Japan has focused on revealing national discrimination. However, by paying attention to the region, it is possible to reveal individual microscopic experiences and identify specific changes in the community. Through this, the history of Koreans in Japan can be described more diversely.

Ⅰ. 서론

Ⅱ. 신경환 사건의 전개과정

Ⅲ. 신경환 사건과 다카라즈카 지역사회의 대응

Ⅳ. 결론

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