フィリピン民族主義者の目指す方向 : レナト・コンスタンティーノの場合 <研究ノート>

広島平和科学 Volume 7 Page 191-213 published_at 1984
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Title ( jpn )
フィリピン民族主義者の目指す方向 : レナト・コンスタンティーノの場合 <研究ノート>
Title ( eng )
The alternative of a Filipino nationalist : The case of Renato Constantino
Creator
Takehana Seiji
Source Title
広島平和科学
Hiroshima Peace Science
Volume 7
Start Page 191
End Page 213
Journal Identifire
[PISSN] 0386-3565
[EISSN] 2434-9135
[NCID] AN00213938
Abstract
This article aimes at summarizing Renato Constantino's idea of the present conditions and future prospect of the Philippines. The article is divided into five parts: 1) Introduction; 2) The Present Conditions of the Philippines; 3) The Japanese Economic Invasion to the Philippines; 4) The Philippine Nationalist Alternative; and 5) Summary. Constantino argues that the various problems Philippine society faces today, such as mass poverty and underdevelopment, result from the country's neocolonial status. Although the country had attained political independence after World War IIher economy has been dominated by the transnational corporations of the U. S., Western Europe and Japan. Constantino expects the future Philippine society to be equal, progressive and free for all citizens, and free from any forms of oppression and exploitation. However, the determination of such final goals must be taken place after the defeat of the principal enemy, that is imperialism. So, the general objective at the present time must be an economy controlled by Filipinos. In the struggle against imperialism, there is a great need for escalation of consciousness of the masses. Because of the present weaknesses of the labor and peasant sectors, however, progressive petty bourgeois elements must draw the leadership of educational campaign for nationalism.
NDC
General history of Asia [ 220 ]
Language
jpn
Resource Type departmental bulletin paper
Publisher
広島大学平和科学研究センター
Date of Issued 1984
Publish Type Version of Record
Access Rights open access
Source Identifier
[ISSN] 0386-3565
[NCID] AN00213938