- 東京大学教育学部紀要 (ISSN:04957849)
- vol.25, pp.203-212, 1986-03-10
This study examines how educators inculcated the ideological doctorines and how pupils accepted them in the Military Academy (Rikugun Shikan Gakkd) and the Cadet School (Rikugun Yonen Gakkd). We focus on the relation of pupils' aspirations for rising in the world (rissin-shusse) to the doctorines, devotion to the Emperor (hoko). Reading some documents, we can see that their aspirations for rissin-shusse were not necessarily repressed or cooled out in the process of the.ideological inculcation. The devotion to the Emperor legitimated their rissinshusse and both were equated each other in their consciousness. And refering to professional officers' daily lives in 1920s', it is suggested that such a mental character played an important role in the wartime.