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  • YT
    日本船舶海洋工学会誌 KANRIN(咸臨)
    2013年 49 巻 38-
    発行日: 2013/07/10
    公開日: 2018/02/24
    解説誌・一般情報誌 フリー
  • 山口 睦
    日本文化人類学会研究大会発表要旨集
    2017年 2017 巻
    発行日: 2017年
    公開日: 2017/05/26
    会議録・要旨集 フリー
    本発表は、現代日本社会における戦争/平和博物館や自衛隊基地・駐屯地に展示されている零戦を事例として、戦後日本社会の戦争観光の現代的変容について検討することを目的としている。
  • 山岸 智子
    日本中東学会年報
    2014年 30 巻 2 号 151-156
    発行日: 2015/01/15
    公開日: 2018/03/30
    ジャーナル フリー
  • 阿部 大輔
    溶接学会誌
    2013年 82 巻 7 号 541-543
    発行日: 2013年
    公開日: 2015/04/09
    ジャーナル フリー
  • 関谷 道雄
    放送研究と調査
    2018年 68 巻 5 号 26-45
    発行日: 2018年
    公開日: 2018/06/20
    研究報告書・技術報告書 フリー
    Yahoo!ニュースやスマートニュース、LINE NEWSなどのプラットフォームを活用する地域メディアが増えつつある。当初は地方紙の参入が目立ったが、近年は民放ローカル局の参入も活発化し、それぞれの地元に制約されていた各局発のニュース、番組が「越境」するようなった。その結果、地域の情報、問題が全国で可視化されつつある。また、ネットへの対応を文字情報、つまり“活字”を用いて積極的に進めたラジオ局がある一方で、新聞社が動画に取り組み、“テレビ化”するというメディア間の「交錯」も顕在化している。その結果、活字化を推進するラジオ局は、圏外からのアクセスが地元を上回り、テレビ化した新聞社のスクープ動画を放送局が購入するという新たな動きも出ている。その一方で、ローカル局発のニュースが全国に配信され、ネット上で誹謗中傷にさらされる実例も出ている。このように各社は試行錯誤を繰り返しながら、プラットフォームを通じた新たな情報発信のあり方を模索している。これらの取り組みは、これまでの東京中心の視点を変える萌芽となりうる可能性がある。一元的な視点を乗り越え、オルタナティブな視点を提示できるようになったとき、放送はこれまでよりもさらに民主主義に資する可能性を持っているのではないか。
  • 具志堅 勝也
    マス・コミュニケーション研究
    2017年 91 巻 3-21
    発行日: 2017/07/31
    公開日: 2017/11/07
    ジャーナル フリー

     While some state that“ the Tokyo-based national media pay little attention

    to issues relating to U.S. military bases in Okinawa,” the conservatives argue

    that the coverage of local media in Okinawa is unfair, focusing only on protests

    against the stationing of the U.S. army. The gap between the national media

    with headquarters in Tokyo and the Okinawa-based local media was created by

    the different histories of both sides after the Pacific War. When the campaign

    against the proposed revision of the Japan-U.S. Security Treaty surged in 1960,

    the U.S. government acted not only on Japanese political and business leaders,

    but also on the media to maneuver the silencing of criticism against the treaty

    revision. They also moved their military bases from the Japanese mainland to

    Okinawa and turned the eyes of the majority of Japanese citizens away from

    issues concerning the treaty. Although the severe suppression of dissidents was

    enforced in U.S.-occupied Okinawa, an immense surge of movement towards

    the reversion of Okinawa to Japan took place and the 20-year-long struggle of

    mass media in Okinawa against suppression resulted in their winning the freedom

    of speech. While the local media have continued to protest against the concentration

    of U.S. military bases that have persisted even after Okinawa’s

    reversion to Japan in 1972, the Tokyo-based national mass media pays little

    attention to issues related to the Japan-U.S. Security Treaty due to the effective

    maneuvers of both the government of the United States and that of Japan to

    hide the military-related issues between the two nations. It is still unforeseeable

    that the gap between the local and national media will be narrowed.

      The intensifying confrontation between the Shinzo Abe Cabinet and the

    Governor of Okinawa Prefecture, Takeshi Onaga, as well as the heated political

    argument concerning national security legislation, have stimulated anew the

    interests of the Tokyo-based national media in the issues of the relocation of

    Marine Corps Air Station Futenma. While the Abe Cabinet tries to forcefully

    build a new military base in the Henoko coastal area in compensation for the

    Air Station Futenma as proof of the strengthening of the Japan-U.S. military

    alliance, the local Governor continues to appeal against the national government’s

    plans. Media regarded as liberal are especially becoming more attentive to thevoices of people in Okinawa than they were before. The Abe Cabinet, however,

    has put pressure on the media to manipulate its coverage, and it seems that the

    approach of“ guessing the will of the Cabinet and hesitating to irritate them” is

    beginning to prevail, which affects media coverage.

  • 宮城 修
    マス・コミュニケーション研究
    2017年 91 巻 23-40
    発行日: 2017/07/31
    公開日: 2017/11/07
    ジャーナル フリー

     “U.S. Military Base Issues in Okinawa” refers to the issues and problems

    caused by the presence of U.S. Military bases in Okinawa. People living in

    Okinawa have been tormented by accidents and incidents caused by the U.S.

    Army. The U.S.-Japan Status of Forces Agreement has prevented inhabitants

    as well as national and local governments from taking effective action to solve

    the problems caused by the U.S. Army. This article reports how the regional

    newspaper“ Ryukyu Shimpo” has grappled with such issues and problems.

      Right before the outbreak of the Pacific War, the then-Japanese government

    forced “Ryukyu Shimpo” to be integrated with other papers into “Okinawa

    Shimpo” as the single regional newspaper published in Okinawa. After

    the integration, the newspaper cooperated with the government to fight the

    war and played the part to raise the fighting sprits of inhabitants. The lesson

    that people working for the newspaper learned from the experience during the

    war was that “we must not write to help the government wage a war again.”

    With this principle in mind, the journalists working for“ Ryukyu Shimpo” tackle

    the issues concerning the presence of the U.S. Military bases. On the other

    hand, the national government of Japan apparently learned how to successfully

    control public opinion from its experience during the war period.

      The suffering caused by the stationing of the U.S. Army began at the

    moment when the Japanese government abandoned Okinawa and provided the

    United States with the most southern prefecture in Japan as a military base in

    exchange for the restoration of the sovereignty of mainland Japan. The message

    issued by the Japanese emperor regarding the Okinawa War confirmed

    that Okinawa was sacrificed for the restoration of Japan’s sovereignty. Even

    after the U.S. government handed over Okinawa to the administration of Japan,the Japanese government requested that the U.S. government maintain their

    military bases and that the U.S. keep them in Okinawa. This is why people in

    Okinawa have been tormented by the problems that the U.S. Army causes.

      “Ryukyu Shimpo” has repeatedly reported the issues and problems concerning

    the U.S. bases. It constantly reports the unfairness and unjustness of

    the U.S.-Japan Status of Forces Agreement and campaigns for its revision. The

    national news media, however, are not so eager to report the issues in Okinawa

    caused by the U.S. Military bases.

      The current Abe Cabinet put the Act on the Protection of Specially Designated

    Secrets into force, which is argued to have the consequences of shrinking

    the activities of journalists. In Okinawa, journalists were exposed to pressure

    from the national government. A notable incident occurred in which journalists

    were detained at the site of their coverage of the Okinawa U.S. bases. While the

    spirit of the Japanese Constitution that stipulates the renouncement of war is

    faltering, the raison d’être of journalists are called into question.

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