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Korean Journal of Medical History 2012;21(3): 513-550.
피의 인종주의와 식민지의학: 경성제대 법의학교실의 혈액형인류학
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Racism of "Blood" and Colonial Medicine: Blood Group Anthropology Studies at Keijo Imperial University Department of Forensic Medicine
Joon Young Jung
Institute of Japanese Studies, Hallym University, Chuncheon, Gangwon-do, Korea. jungjy72@naver.com
ABSTRACT
This paper attempts to explore implications of Colonial medicine's Blood Type Studies, concerning the characteristics and tasks of racism in the Japanese Colonial Empire. Especially, it focuses on the Blood Group Anthropology Studies at Keijo Imperial University Department of Forensic Medicine. In Colonial Korea, the main stream of Blood Type Studies were Blood Group Anthropology Studies, which place Korean people who was inferior to Japanese people in the geography of the race on the one hand, but on the other, put Koreans as a missing link between the Mongolian and the Japanese for fulfillment of the Japanese colonialism, that is, assimilationist ideology. Then, Compared to the Western medicine and Metropole medicine of Japan, How differentiated was this tendency of Colonial Medicine from them? In this paper, main issues of Blood Group Anthropology Studies and its colonial implications are examined.
Key Words: colonial medicine;Keijo Imperial University;Blood Group Anthropology;scientific racism;colonialism;SATO Takeo
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