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Author Kang, Etsuko Hae-jin.

Title Diplomacy and ideology in Japanese-Korean relations : from the fifteenth to the eighteenth century / Etsuko Hae-jin Kang.

Published Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire : Macmillan Press ; New York, NY : St. Martin's Press, 1997.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  327.520519 KANG    AVAILABLE
Physical description xi, 312 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 279-298) and index.
Contents 1. Muromachi Foreign Policy with Korea: Diplomatic Rapprochement in Premodern East Asia. The Rise of Buke Diplomacy in Premodern East Asia. Yoshimitsu's "King of Japan": The Questions of Title and Era Name. Muromachi Diplomacy and Ideology -- 2. The Kyorin Diplomacy of Early Choson. The Historical Foundations of Kyorin Diplomacy. King Sejong's Containment Diplomacy. Korea's Oe i ki mi Ideology and Japanese Traders -- 3. Hideyoshi's Diplomacy and the Diplomatic Rupture with Korea. The Korean Embassy of 1590. The Kampaku Diplomatic Order and Shinkoku Ideology -- 4. Political Culture in Early Modern Japan and Korea. Kang Hang's Kanyangnok: The Intelligence Report on Japan's Political Culture. A Comparison of Neo-Confucian Acculturation in Japan and Korea -- 5. The Tokugawa Taikun Diplomacy and Korea. The Post-Invasion Settlement between Japan and Korea. The Tokugawa Diplomatic Order and Power Structure. The Establishment of Tokugawa Ka-i Ideology.
6. Korea's Sadae-Kyorin Diplomacy with the Rise of Ch'ing China. The Diplomacy of Kwanghaegun, 1608-1623. The Manchu Invasions of 1627 and 1636, and their Impact on Japanese-Korean Relations. Korea's Anti-Ch'ing Sentiment and the Development of Hwa-i Ideology -- 7. The Failure of Reforms in the Eighteenth Century. The Reforms of Arai Hakuseki in 1711. The Refutation of Amenomori Hoshu: The Questions of "King of Japan" and the Imperial Institution. The Rise of Sirhak Scholars in Korea and their Interests in Japan.
Summary Author Etsuko Hae-Jin Kang critically examines the diplomatic and ideological relations between Japan and Korea from the15th century to the 18th century, which formed the basis for modern nationalism in these countries.
Subject Japan -- Foreign relations -- Korea.
Korea -- Foreign relations -- Japan.
Japan -- Foreign relations -- To 1868.
ISBN 0333699394 (Macmillan Press)
0312173709 (St. Martin's Press : cloth)