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제정 러시아 시기 프리모리예 지역에서 이주 조건의 변화와 민족별 인구 동향Migration Conditions And Demographic Situation in the Primorsky region(Primorye) in Late Imperial Russia

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Migration Conditions And Demographic Situation in the Primorsky region(Primorye) in Late Imperial Russia
Authors
양승조
Issue Date
May-2018
Publisher
한국서양사연구회
Keywords
Imperial Russia; Russian Far East; Primorsky region (Primorye); Population; Migration and Immigration; 제정 러시아; 러시아 극동지역; 프리모리예 지역(프리모리예); 인구; 이주와이민
Citation
서양사연구, no.58, pp.33 - 74
Journal Title
서양사연구
Number
58
Start Page
33
End Page
74
URI
http://scholarworks.bwise.kr/ssu/handle/2018.sw.ssu/39218
DOI
10.16894/JOWH.58.2
ISSN
1738-7027
Abstract
This article deals with the migration processes and demographic structure in the Primorsky region(Primorye) of the Russian Far East in the second half of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th centuries. In this paper, we examine this problem in two aspects. One of these is the internal situation in Russia. Changes in socio-economic conditions and the development of transportation in Russia during this period influenced the progress and success of the immigration policies of the tsarist authorities. The other is the situation of international relations in Russia. In this period, Russia’s territorial expansion in the East Asian region had created tensions between Russia-Qing, Russia-Britain and even Russia-Japan, and the changing international political conditions had affected the establishment of immigration policies by the Russian authorities. In this paper, we show that the immigration policy of the Russian authorities was carried out under these various conditions, and, as a result, the population structure of the Russian Far East in the early 20th century was dominated by a large number of Russians and a small number of East Asian immigrants.
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