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Title: カンボジアにおける凄惨な過去の継承に関する予備的考察 : 教師教育者の経験と語りから
Other Titles: カンボジア ニオケル セイサン ナ カコ ノ ケイショウ ニ カンスル ヨビテキ コウサツ : キョウシ キョウイクシャ ノ ケイケン ト サトリ カラ
A Pilot Study of the Inherited Tragic Past in Cambodia : Analysis of Teacher Educators’ Experience and Narrative
Authors: 千田, 沙也加
SENDA, Sayaka
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2022
Publisher: 愛知工業大学
Abstract: This paper analyzes the inheritance of past tragedy in the case of Pol-Pot-era Cambodia. I focus on teacher educators’ experiences and narratives to identify how it was inherited within the home and the local community, how it was taught into public education, and what to hope for the next generation. The findings are as follows: 1) Both “bad and good” things were inherited from informants’ family and neighbors. However, the true story of the violence of the era was not transmitted. 2) In the 1990s, modern history education, including that of the Pol Pot era, was restricted in public education. However, interviews revealed that textbooks published in the 1980s were used with the intention of propagating anti-Pol Pot ideas until the early 1990s. 3) There was a common understanding that knowledge of the past tragedy of the Pol Pot era should be transmitted in order to establish peace. For that purpose, they sought to explain its causes and effects in detail. In addition, an informant reported that inheriting knowledge of the Pol Pot’s era afforded an important opportunity to contemplate the true democracy and the nation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11133/4006
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