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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/25552

Title: The Tapestry of Colonial Communication: Colonizing Discourses in the Seoul Press
Authors: Denny, Sean
Advisor: Schmid, Andre
Department: East Asian Studies
Keywords: Colonialism
Korea
Discourse
Seoul Press
Issue Date: 31-Dec-2010
Abstract: This thesis explores the coalescence of Japanese and Anglo-American colonial discourses in the Seoul Press. Between the Protectorate Treaty of 1905 and the Annexation Treaty of 1910, Korea was dominated not only territorially but also discursively. Under the guise of the “civilizing mission,” the Japanese Residency General sought to legitimize its colonial project in Korea. To accomplish its goals of silencing foreign opposition to Japanese colonialism and of dictating international opinion about Korea, the Residency General established an English language newspaper, the Seoul Press. In the pages of this daily paper, the views of Japanese colonial officials as well as Anglo-American observers found expression. Through an analysis of articles from the Seoul Press, this thesis will reveal the existence of a dual-layered gaze of colonialism, the rhetorical threads of which made up the tapestry of colonial communication.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/25552
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