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A Study on Relationship between Elementary school, Youth school and Educational Broadcasting in late 1930s


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  • 創成期のラジオ学校放送と小学校・青年学校との関連 : 放送の普及促進に向けた制作者の方略の差異から
  • ソウセイキ ノ ラジオ ガッコウ ホウソウ ト ショウガッコウ ・ セイネン ガッコウ ト ノ カンレン : ホウソウ ノ フキュウ ソクシン ニ ムケタ セイサクシャ ノ ホウリャク ノ サイ カラ

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This paper focuses on the Educational Broadcasting producers' promoting strategies in late 1930s, the initial period of Japanese school educational program. In those days, school educational radio programs could be categorized two different types. One is for elementary school and the other is for youth school (the school for working youth). Many elementary school teachers tended to reject radio programs using in school education, so program producers couldn't make effective strategies stimulating teachers to use radio in classroom. On the other hand, youth school is a new school system that starts in 1935, so its instructional method had not been arrived at a definite conclusion. Therefore, as for programs for youth school, producers could put positive strategies into practice. They insisted new educational method called "group listening", which is the style that uses radio programs continually in the classroom education and initiated to make organizations for group listening. It suggests the importance of youth schools and radio program for them to recognize the existence of school educational radio programs and their usefulness.


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