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Nobukatsu Fujioka (藤岡 信勝, Fujioka Nobukatsu) (born 1943) is a professor of education at Tokyo University who was born in Iwamizawa, Hokkaido, and raised in Shibecha, Hokkaido. He is noted for his efforts at removing from Japanese textbooks accounts of wartime atrocities committed by Japan during the Second World War. He is considered to be a conservative and a nationalist, and has been quoted as saying that he "stand(s) for a viewpoint of history with an emphasis on national interest," and that the study of Japanese history is "subject to the ultimate moral imperative of whether or not it serves to inculcate a sense of pride in being Japanese." He has also said that to "write [a history] based only on verified historical truths makes...[it] insipid and dry. I had no choice but to write fro

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  • Nobukatsu Fujioka (藤岡 信勝 Fujioka Nobukatsu) (lahir di , 21 Oktober 1943; umur 77 tahun) adalah seorang profesor pendidikan di Universitas Tokyo yang dikenal atas upaya-upayanya dalam menghapus catatan dari buku-buku pelajaran Jepang tentang kearoganan masa perang yang dilakukan oleh Jepang pada masa Perang Dunia Kedua. Ia dianggap merupakan seorang konservatif dan nasionalis, dan telah mengaku bahwa ia "berdiri pada sudut pandang sejarah dengan pendirian kepentingan nasional," dan bahwa studi sejarah Jepang adalah "subyek untuk imperatif moral mutlak dari apakah itu menyajikan pencantuman dari esensi yang membanggakan terhadap Jepang atau tidak." Ia juga berkata bahwa "menulis [sejarah] hanya berdasarkan pada pembuatan kepercayaan sejarah terverifikasi...[itu] hambar dan kering. Aku tak punya pilihan selain menulis dari khayalanku sendiri untuk keberadaan besar." (in)
  • Nobukatsu Fujioka (藤岡 信勝) est un historien japonais né le 21 octobre 1943 à Shibecha. Il est connu pour ses thèses négationnistes concernant le massacre de Nankin, notamment au travers de l'édition de manuels scolaires soutenant cette thèse. Notices d'autorité : * Fichier d’autorité international virtuel * International Standard Name Identifier * CiNii * Bibliothèque du Congrès * Gemeinsame Normdatei * Bibliothèque nationale de la Diète * Bibliothèque nationale de Corée * WorldCat Id * WorldCat * Portail de l'histoire du Japon * Portail de l’historiographie (fr)
  • 藤岡 信勝(ふじおか のぶかつ、1943年10月21日 - )は、日本の教育学者、教育評論家。専門は社会科教育学、ディベート教育。新しい歴史教科書をつくる会副会長。元東京大学、拓殖大学教授。元日本共産党員。北海道川上郡標茶町出身。 (ja)
  • Nobukatsu Fujioka (藤岡 信勝, Fujioka Nobukatsu) (born 1943) is a professor of education at Tokyo University who was born in Iwamizawa, Hokkaido, and raised in Shibecha, Hokkaido. He is noted for his efforts at removing from Japanese textbooks accounts of wartime atrocities committed by Japan during the Second World War. He is considered to be a conservative and a nationalist, and has been quoted as saying that he "stand(s) for a viewpoint of history with an emphasis on national interest," and that the study of Japanese history is "subject to the ultimate moral imperative of whether or not it serves to inculcate a sense of pride in being Japanese." He has also said that to "write [a history] based only on verified historical truths makes...[it] insipid and dry. I had no choice but to write from my own imagination to a great extent." In the early 1990s, Fujioka founded the Liberal View of History Study Group, which advocated "correcting history" by promoting a "positive view" of Japanese history, and removing all references to what he referred to as "dark history." By 1995, he had created the Association for Advancement of Unbiased View of History (Jiyuu-Shugi-Shikan Kenkyuu-Kai) and the Committee to Write New History Textbooks. Among Japan's top ten bestsellers in 1997 were two volumes edited by Fujioka, History The Textbooks Do Not Teach and Shameful Modern History. In late 1996, Fujioka and his followers had joined with others to form the Japanese Society for History Textbook Reform (Tsukurukai, now headed by Nishio Kanji). This group authored The New History Textbook, which was one of eight junior high school history textbooks authorized by the Ministry of Education in April 2001. In December 2000, a draft textbook circulated by the Society and shown on national television elicited criticism by many Japanese historians and teachers. He is an assenter of the negationist film The Truth about Nanjing. (en)
  • 藤岡信勝(1943年10月21日-),出生於北海道岩見澤市,成長於川上郡標茶町,日本教育學者、評論家,自由主義史觀研究會代表。他以淡化日本在第二次世界大戰中日軍戰時暴行而著稱。 他提倡自由主義史觀,主張放棄自虐史觀,爲戰時從軍慰安婦進行辯護,并否认南京大屠杀的存在,參與編輯新历史教科书。他的議論在中日兩國引起了爭議,助長了2005年中国反日游行中國民衆的反日情緒。 這是與日本學者相關的小作品。你可以通过編輯或修訂擴充其內容。 (zh)
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  • Nobukatsu Fujioka (藤岡 信勝) est un historien japonais né le 21 octobre 1943 à Shibecha. Il est connu pour ses thèses négationnistes concernant le massacre de Nankin, notamment au travers de l'édition de manuels scolaires soutenant cette thèse. Notices d'autorité : * Fichier d’autorité international virtuel * International Standard Name Identifier * CiNii * Bibliothèque du Congrès * Gemeinsame Normdatei * Bibliothèque nationale de la Diète * Bibliothèque nationale de Corée * WorldCat Id * WorldCat * Portail de l'histoire du Japon * Portail de l’historiographie (fr)
  • 藤岡 信勝(ふじおか のぶかつ、1943年10月21日 - )は、日本の教育学者、教育評論家。専門は社会科教育学、ディベート教育。新しい歴史教科書をつくる会副会長。元東京大学、拓殖大学教授。元日本共産党員。北海道川上郡標茶町出身。 (ja)
  • 藤岡信勝(1943年10月21日-),出生於北海道岩見澤市,成長於川上郡標茶町,日本教育學者、評論家,自由主義史觀研究會代表。他以淡化日本在第二次世界大戰中日軍戰時暴行而著稱。 他提倡自由主義史觀,主張放棄自虐史觀,爲戰時從軍慰安婦進行辯護,并否认南京大屠杀的存在,參與編輯新历史教科书。他的議論在中日兩國引起了爭議,助長了2005年中国反日游行中國民衆的反日情緒。 這是與日本學者相關的小作品。你可以通过編輯或修訂擴充其內容。 (zh)
  • Nobukatsu Fujioka (藤岡 信勝 Fujioka Nobukatsu) (lahir di , 21 Oktober 1943; umur 77 tahun) adalah seorang profesor pendidikan di Universitas Tokyo yang dikenal atas upaya-upayanya dalam menghapus catatan dari buku-buku pelajaran Jepang tentang kearoganan masa perang yang dilakukan oleh Jepang pada masa Perang Dunia Kedua. Ia dianggap merupakan seorang konservatif dan nasionalis, dan telah mengaku bahwa ia "berdiri pada sudut pandang sejarah dengan pendirian kepentingan nasional," dan bahwa studi sejarah Jepang adalah "subyek untuk imperatif moral mutlak dari apakah itu menyajikan pencantuman dari esensi yang membanggakan terhadap Jepang atau tidak." Ia juga berkata bahwa "menulis [sejarah] hanya berdasarkan pada pembuatan kepercayaan sejarah terverifikasi...[itu] hambar dan kering. Aku tak pu (in)
  • Nobukatsu Fujioka (藤岡 信勝, Fujioka Nobukatsu) (born 1943) is a professor of education at Tokyo University who was born in Iwamizawa, Hokkaido, and raised in Shibecha, Hokkaido. He is noted for his efforts at removing from Japanese textbooks accounts of wartime atrocities committed by Japan during the Second World War. He is considered to be a conservative and a nationalist, and has been quoted as saying that he "stand(s) for a viewpoint of history with an emphasis on national interest," and that the study of Japanese history is "subject to the ultimate moral imperative of whether or not it serves to inculcate a sense of pride in being Japanese." He has also said that to "write [a history] based only on verified historical truths makes...[it] insipid and dry. I had no choice but to write fro (en)
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  • 藤岡信勝 (zh)
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