戦前の日本型近代家族における「愛」と「和合」の二重性 The Dualism of Love and "Wago"(Harmony) in Japanese Modern Family in the Pre-war Priod

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As I have shown in previous papers, Japanese Modern Family, which was taking shape among the new urban middle class after late Meiji period, imported and adopted the Western concept of love as its basis. But throughout the pre-war period, this concept remained as a kind of abstract and rather unreal ideal. In Shufu No Tomo(Housewife's Companion), one of the most popular magazines for women, it was the traditional word"wago"(harmony), not love, that played a key role in advising the readers on how to behave and avoid troubles in the relationship with their husbands in everyday marriage life. The principle of wago was based on male supremacy, especially when sex was concerned.

As I have shown in previous papers, Japanese Modern Family, which was taking shape among the new urban middle class after late Meiji period, imported and adopted the Western concept of love as its basis. But throughout the pre-war period, this concept remained as a kind of abstract and rather unreal ideal. In Shufu No Tomo(Housewife's Companion), one of the most popular magazines for women, it was the traditional word"wago"(harmony), not love, that played a key role in advising the readers on how to behave and avoid troubles in the relationship with their husbands in everyday marriage life. The principle of wago was based on male supremacy, especially when sex was concerned.

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  • 人間科学研究

    人間科学研究 (26), 39-53, 2004-12-20

    文教大学

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    110001255586
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    AN00199327
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    大学紀要
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    03882152
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    7321907
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    ZE1(社会・労働--社会科学・社会思想・社会学)
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    Z6-1336
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