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Author Fedman, David, author
Title Seeds of control : Japan's empire of forestry in colonial Korea / David Fedman
Imprint Seattle : University of Washington Press, [2020]
book jacket
 人文社會聯圖  SD235.K6 F43 2020    AVAILABLE    30600020134772
 RCHSS Library  SD235.K6 F43 2020    AVAILABLE    30560400686595
Descript xvii, 292 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series Weyerhaeuser environmental books
Weyerhaeuser environmental book
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Foreword: Under Japan's Green Thumb, by Paul S. Sutter -- Acknowledgments -- Note on Names and Measures -- Maps of the Japanese Empire and Korea Introduction -- Part I. Roots -- One. Imperializing Forestry -- Two. Korea, Green and Red -- Part II. Reforms -- Three. Righting the Woodlands -- Four. Engineering Growth -- Five. The Timber Undertaking -- Six. Civic Forestry -- Part III. Campaigns -- Seven. Forest-Love Thought -- Eight. A Stiff Wind Blows Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
"This study of Japanese "forest reclamation" in Korea during the period of Japanese colonial rule (1895-1945) holds the notion of conservation up for scrutiny, examining the roots of Japanese practices and ideas about the Korean landscape as well as the consequences and aftermath of the Japanese approach to "greenification" in Korea. The Japanese program for natural resource management included change in how woodland ownership rights were controlled at both the national and village level as well as efforts to change how Koreans cooked and heated their homes and to inculcate "forest love thought" among the Korean people, and culminated with an extreme increase in extraction during the Second World War. This project offers a compelling environmental approach to Korean history but also expands environmental thinking about Japan into colonized lands and contributes to broader conversations about colonial forestry globally"-- Provided by publisher
Subject Forests and forestry -- Korea -- History -- 20th century
Forest policy -- Korea -- History -- 20th century
Forest management -- Korea -- History -- 20th century
Korea -- History -- Japanese occupation, 1910-1945
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