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Many journalism scholars have long viewed The Japan Times as a mouthpiece for the Imperial government’s wartime propaganda.

But Tomoko Matsunaga, a Kyoto University graduate student, challenged the established view in an academic paper she presented June 12 to the Japan Society for Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication.

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