占頷下の日本における家庭科教育の成立と展開(XVIII) : CIE教育映画『明るい家庭生活』の現代的意義
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The Establishment and Development of Homemaking Education in Japan under the Occupation (XVIII) : The modern meanings of the CIE education film, "FORA BRIGHT HOME LIFE"
secondary homemaking education
CIE education film
In Post-World War II occupied Japan, Maude Williamson in CIE ordered Oizumi Studio Co. to produce the movie of Japanese kitchen improvement. The content of the movie of "FOR A BRIGHT HOME LIFE" showed that a dark and inconvenient kitchen had been changed modernized one by the girl's home project. This report clears the modern meanings of the movie. The results were as follows: 1."FOR A BRIGHT HOME LIFE" showed that a dark and inconvenient kitchen had been changed modernized one by the girl's home project. 2. About 40% of the senior high school students who saw this movie answered that it was so interesting. 3. About 80% of the students thought that there was no problem to solve in their own homes. 4. About 50% of the students thought that this movie was useful for the home improvement in the developing countries. 5. As far as the students saw this movie simply, they couldn't appreciate the value of this one. By showing them it and making a home project carry out, they are able to combine this movie with the home improvement in the developing countries.
Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part. II, Arts and science education
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