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2016, Vol., No.70

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    Japan's recognition of Korea's Dokdo territorial jurisdiction - From 'Korea - Japan Treaty' to 'New - Japan Fisheries Agreement' -

    Choi Jang-Keun | 2016, (70) | pp.5~24 | number of Cited : 0
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    Japan's recognition of Korea's Dokdo territorial jurisdiction - From 'Korea-Japan Treaty' to 'New-Japan Fisheries Agreement' - Choi, Jang-Keun This study analyzed "Japan's recognition of Korea's Dokdo territorial jurisdiction - From 'Korea-Japan Treaty' to 'New-Japan Fisheries Agreement' - " First, the Allies determined Dokdo as Korean territory in the final battle of World War Ⅱ and Dokdo were treated as Korea's territory in the peace treaty with Japan. Second, Korea's position of "Dokdo issue does not exist" in the 'Korea-Japan Treaty' had penetrated, but Japan has proposed a private secret agreement to South Korea for maintaining the current status of Dokdo and yet Japan has claimed territorial sovereignty but recognized the jurisdiction rights to Korea. Third, in the continental shelf agreements Japan has not denied Korea's Dokdo territorial jurisdiction and Japan gave up "the Dokdo as a reference point". Fourth, Japan abandoned the fisheries agreement of 1965 in 1997 unilaterally and required. to determine the new fisheries agreement after one-year Japan has admitted. korea's Dokdo territorial jurisdiction
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    Japanese 「Sea Otter·Fur Seal Fishing Law(臘虎腽肭獸獵法)」 and Dokdo Sea Lion

    Kim Soohee | 2016, (70) | pp.25~40 | number of Cited : 1
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    This study focused on the Japanese fisher's fishing manner in the Dokdo sea lion fishing field which is the only mammal breed area in the East Sea through 「sea otter·fur seal fishing law(臘虎腽肭獸獵法)」 announced in 1894. Japan prepared abbreviated fishing laws which demand an application for fishing licenses to develop the national fishing industry after the advance of foreign fishing vessels into the Japanese territorial sea in late 19th century. However, Japanese fishers who advanced to Dokdo competitively over hunted without the required licenses. Only Nakai who failed to receive fishing licenses and expelled from Russian fishing fields tried to submit fishing license applications to the Korean government. Nakai received sole fishing rights anomaly from the Japan government excluding 「Sea Otter·Fur Seal Fishing Law(臘虎腽肭獸獵法)」 after the annexation of Dokdo. As a result, the Dokdo fishing field became Nakai's private fishing field to massacre female and baby sea lion. When Takeshima Fishing Corporation dissolved, people of Kumi region who owned Dokdo fishing field rights sell the right to Ulleungdo diving fishers and stopped sail to Dokdo. Fishers from Oki trusted fishing field management to Ulleungdo fishers, which recognized Dokdo as annexation of Ulleungdo.
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    The comparative study of Japanese ‘Foot culture’ - The act of shoes wearing and off Ⅱ –

    栗山 緑 | 2016, (70) | pp.41~55 | number of Cited : 0
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    The comparative study of Japanese ‘Foot culture’ - The act of shoes wearing and off Ⅱ – Kuriyama, Midori This study is based on the viewpoint of the human body as a symbol of its culture and focused on Japanese legs and feet. In this paper I reconsidered about Japanese acts of shoes wearing and off by investigating indoor-shoes (slippers). As a result, Japanese have a long history of wearing indoor-shoes while they have a custom to remove shoes for indoor. And modern Japanese continues this custom of wearing slippers when indoors. I suppose that their original reason of wearing indoor shoes was to get warm because of the function in Japanese traditional house and also Japanese high level of hygiene. For most modern Japanese wearing indoor shoes became a custom without being aware of its purpose and they developed this custom to have a tendency of changing shoes for each space which was divided by a line. I concluded that investigating Japanese act of shoes-off was also needed for research of Japanese foot culture.
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    Money and Culture of red - light distrcts - Focusing on Keisei Irozyamisen(けいせい色三味線) -

    Koh, Young-Ran | 2016, (70) | pp.57~73 | number of Cited : 3
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    Money and Culture of red-light distrcts -Focusing on Keisei Irozyamisen(けいせい色三味線)- Koh, Young-Ran  This study focuses on Keisei Irozyamisen(けいせい色三味線) which was written by Ezima Kiseki(1666-1735). The work described merchant's money and the culture of red-light districts, so we can analyze the merchants lifestyles as described in the study.  First of all, Keisei Irozyamisen described the red-light districts as spaces of business, so the merchant lost his money to pay for the prostitutes and the prostitutes wanted to earn money. Certainly, the merchants knew the fact if they went to the red-light districts, they would lose their money. But they were eager for the love affairs with the prostitutes, nonetheless they ran through their fortune. This fact reflects the merchants living in those days dilemma between earning money and desire. And the dilemma of merchants was further discussed in Kiseki's Choninmono. So we can understand that Keisei Irozyamisen described not only love affairs but also the merchant’s dilemma. Then we can understand Kiseki's recognition about the merchant's life began with the Keisei Irozyamisen.
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    Study on Misuse Tendency and Instructional Method of Perception(知覺) of Japanese Clear·Voiced sound(淸·濁音)

    Kang, Yeon-Hwa | 2016, (70) | pp.75~95 | number of Cited : 3
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    Study on Misuse Tendency and Instructional Method of Perception(知覺) of Japanese Clear·Voiced sound(淸·濁音)                                  Kang, Yeon-Hwa This research involves the perception of clear and voiced sounds, one issue Korean Japanese learners face in learning Japanese.Above all, this research analyzed the problems learners faced with clear and voiced sound perception. Elementary and Intermediate Japanese learners are separated into 2 groups. Using the practices of warabe and Verbo-Tonal Method, an experiment was conducted to record the learning patterns of each learner. As a result, Korean learners had many problems with voiced sound perception. The misuse depending on the syllable position is more common in voiced sound, particularly in the middle of words. In listening investigation too, instruction using Verbo-Tonal Method was determined to be effective, as the misuse of clear and voiced sound noticeably decreased compared to the group without the use of Verbo-Tonal Method.
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    Japanese Loanword Accent Analysis of Japanese Native Speaker

    Suzukimie | 최영숙 | 2016, (70) | pp.97~117 | number of Cited : 2
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    Japanese Loanword Accent Analysis of Japanese Native Speaker Suzuki, Mie ․ Choi, Young-Sook Suzuki․Choi(2016) research compared and analyzed 4 Japanese dictionaries :NHK Japanese Pronunciation Accent Dictionary(1993, 2015), Meikai Japanese Pronunciation Accent Dictionary(1994,2014). This study analyzed Japanese Native pronunciation of a woman in her 20s and in her 50s from Tokyo to research expressing types when the Japanese Native speakers pronouced Japanese loanword Accent. Japanese loanwords for testing are Japanese loanwords of JLPT N1 and N2. The result shows the difference between pronouciation of the Japanese Native speakers and Japanese Pronunciation Accent Dictionary. To make generalizations about this study, this study need to extend experimenters. Furthermore, this study leave a matter in building a database for education of Koreans studying Japanese Accents.
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    A Extraction and Tendency Analysis of Chinese-derived Words in Korean-Language & Japanese-Language Dictionary

    Minchul Shin | 2016, (70) | pp.119~135 | number of Cited : 3
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    A Extraction and Tendency Analysis of Chinese-derived Words in Korean-Language & Japanese-Language Dictionary Shin, Min-Chul A study, which aims to find a general tendency, similarities & differences, a correlation, etc. of Chinese-derived words between Korean and Japanese Language, is in progress. As an intermediate stage of this study, in this paper, it is completed to extract Chinese-derived words in the whole Korean-Language & Japanese-Language Dictionary. As a result, 23,678 words of Sino-Korean and 31,622 words of Sino-Japanese were extracted. After classifying these Chinese-derived words into those in both anguages, those only in Korean, and those only in Japanese, we analyzed how many Chinese characters are used in composing Chinese-derived words. The result was that Chinese-derived words composed of 2 Chinese characters have the highest percentage as a whole, for that is the basic pattern of Chinese-derived words in both Korean and Japanese. And a number of 3 and 4 Chinese-character words are derivatives or compound words by secondary combination of 2 Chinese-character words. And also a number of distinctive Chinese-derived words in each language were identified in case of 5, 6 and more Chinese-character words. Whereas 3 Chinese-character words had about the same percentage of 2 Chinese-character words in Chinese-derived words only in Korean. It is the main reason that Korean-Language Dictionary, contrary to Japanese-Language Dictionary, contains derivatives or compound words as an entry widely. In future studies, we should take this into account when classifying Chinese-derived words. Also we need to consider not only form but various aspects of Chinese-derived words, such as meaning, parts of speech, meaning field, etc. for more objective and accurate comparative analysis.
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    A study on “Danchotei Nichijo” and Edo Asakusa

    Tokoro, Yumi | 2016, (70) | pp.137~156 | number of Cited : 0
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    A study on “Danchotei Nichijo” and Edo Asakusa Tokoro, Yumi It has writing of "Bokto-Kitan" for reasons of the maximum that a load style came to go to the well of the ball for a while. If only a brothel fronted with a sham sake shop said, Asakusa was the mother's body of the well of the ball originally. In sorrow of the death of father, it is the load style which wished that I want to move in Asakusa in the case of the residence sale. In a load style, it was the quite natural course that went to the well of the ball which a part of Asakusa moved to in its entirety. The load style was going to describe the village of the equinoctial week to float rootlessly in a dream in "Bokto-Kitan" which assumed the well of the ball the stage, but there was not the art which granted it only literarily, and it was Asakusa that arrived last without throwing away an ideal on the equinoctial week in the still visionary distance after all. It will be from such a reason that it is said that a load-like "diary" comes over from Asakusa and returns to Asakusa. After having written "Bokto-Kitan" where a load style assumes the well of the ball the stage again, this point is the inevitability that you had to write the novel which assumed Asakusa the stage again. Asakusa described in "Danchotei Nichijo diary" shows the trace which such an inevitability is formed, and it may be said that "the heart-ripping episode bower diary" is a document having an important meaning at the point.
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    "A tattoo" Woman of the "giraffe" "boy" "secret" - It is mainly on Satanism and aestheticism -

    Oh, Byung-Woo | 2016, (70) | pp.157~177 | number of Cited : 0
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    "A tattoo" Woman of the "giraffe" "boy" "secret" ­ It is mainly on Satanism and aestheticism ­ Oh, Byung-Woo The woman of the early chief character of the Tanizaki literature is said to be the devil. I accord with the beauty and the evil for "a tattoo", and the subject, "a beautiful person is a strong man" gets wide. A sadist of Mrs. South child seen in "a giraffe" and a masochist of Prince ghost of 衛国, the masochist of the bewitching photon and boy and others as a sadist and the prostitute seen in "a boy", a western-style prostitute-shaped married woman sadist seen in "a secret" and a man masochist. It is a short story that the strong one side of the narcisism of Tanizaki has a glimpse of each commonality of four works and gets. I know that Tanizaki was particular about the beauty and sexual desire of the human corporealness and an evil spirit and the thing which said in this way through his early short story group. In other words, Tanizaki’s literature is the beauty and evil and the Trinity of the Eros.
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    The study of 『Men without Women』-Focusing on the meaning of the men, women, and ‘absence’-

    Lee, Hye-In | Yun Hye Young | 2016, (70) | pp.179~196 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this paper is to examine the meaning of an absence through men's attitude and women's role who appear in the book『Men without Women』. Although the men experience their lives being ruined, they try to evade rather than actively to solve the problem. However, making them recognize it in their lives is none other than the women such as Misaki who is a driver of Kafuku, an unknown woman who drops by a bar, and a woman Dokai loves. The men come to know, by the women, that they are evasive and lay the cause of their failure to other's charge. In addition, they come to realize that the 'absence' in them is 'self-reflection', deeply thinking over and over their own existences. With the absence of women and self-reflection, the image of the men, who agonize on 'who I am', suggests the portrait of Japanese men who suffered from the Great East Japan earthquake in 2011. Haruki's concern that "we should blame our own selves who accept and show toleration to our distorted mind-set" and create "a story we can share" to make to a new ethical standard might be projected in this novel. The men and the women in the work, in fact, indicate the entire human race. Accordingly, it is the importance of self-reflection and the danger of avoiding issues that the author wants to strongly express through an easy topic, so called parting between men and women.
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    Review of the Emergence of the ‘Body Theory' throughout the modernization process during the Japanese Occupation

    Yoo, Chul | Kim, Soon-Jeon | 2016, (70) | pp.197~215 | number of Cited : 0
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    Review of the Emergence of the ‘Body Theory' throughout the modernization process during the Japanese Occupation Yoo, Chul ‧ Kim, Soon-Jeon The main objective of this study was to review how Japan, throughout its modernization process, integrated the mind-body theory from Western notion into the education policy for Koreans during the Japanese occupation. The Perry incident had aroused yearning for new civilizations as well as a feeling of danger against the Western influence in Japan. Such transformation in Japan had been predominantly led by the emperor under the slogan of “establishment of the modern nation-state”. During this process, Japan acutely came to realize that the importance of enhancing national prosperity and defense, including the necessity to emphasize physical education and training of its people to counter the national power of Western countries and their apparent physical strength. Those actions took precedence over the intellectual education system maintenance, which would be necessary for understanding and acceptance of Western culture. Since then, Japan introduced physical education in its regular school education system in order to build the modern nation-state with national prosperity and military power. This transformation had allowed Japanese people to recognize “mind and body” as a unity. Unlike Western physical education, aiming to ease human’s aggressive tendency, modern Japan had introduced the modified body theory to its people with the objective of “overthrowing the Western powers”. However, through this study, it is found that the aggressive body theory which had been modified and developed by Japan was only applied to its people. Japan had thoroughly applied a different body theory, the separation of mind and body to Koreans in order to suppress any aggressive tendency from Koreans against Japanese occupation, and increase their obedience to Japanese imperialism.
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    A Study on Narrative Structures of TV Jidaigeki

    Yoo, Da-Geon | 2016, (70) | pp.217~239 | number of Cited : 0
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    A Study on Narrative Structures of TV Jidaigeki Yoo, Da-Geon Jidaigeki is a genre of film, television, and theatre in Japan. Literally "period dramas", they are most often set during the Edo period of Japanese history, from 1603 to 1868. Many dramas are also produced every year by a television station. Since 2000, in particular, work made in their narrative structure has changed drastically. TV Jidaigeki one of the biggest changes was the extinction of the hero and fusion of transformation. I analyzed a broadcast TV Jidaigeki aired in the 2000's by this research and found out the feature of the narrative structure. And a product of a change and a point of a TV Jidaigeki were derived through the above mentioned discussion. NHK Taiga Dramas are making a heroic myth of a stereotype at a boundary of a fiction and nonfiction. And information near authentic history is being sent through historical investigation. When such thing will be compared, TV Jidaigeki breaks from the universal hero creation narrative structure and is making a hero myth become extinct. This is the big outcome the genre as the television Samurai movie accomplished. There is big significance to show relative and fluid historical perspective to a change in the hero myth which became more adherent. Another big change in a television Samurai movie has contact with a historical person and is that not an observation person of history, but the personality in which I participate aggressively is being produced.
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    Career formation of Japanese Women Entrepreneurs

    Lee,Youn-Hee | 2016, (70) | pp.241~265 | number of Cited : 0
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    Career formation of Japanese Women Entrepreneurs Lee,Youn-Hee In recent years, although the situation in which success of Japanese women in business as expected has arrived, research on women entrepreneurs that were analyzed in detail about what to do from idea conception until the business establishment is still limited. It is, therefore, an object of this paper, for Japanese women entrepreneurs to acquire any such resources through their career, is to analyze in detail how to mobilize to whether to become entrepreneurs and their resources. In other words, for women entrepreneurs to be entrepreneurs, what resources, from anyone (from where), how to secure, how to use, and, the results will be discussed. In this paper, first, it was analyzed that women entrepreneurs had to transfer capital over to adulthood from childhood, and exemplified the case in which women entrepreneurs to win each capital to another area. And, it was analyzed for typology of vocational career patterns of women entrepreneurs. The result of the cluster analysis in which from the seven variables that make up the vocational career patterns of women entrepreneurs, It has been divided into four clusters-"specialist", "unintended carrier", "generalist", and "intended carrier”.
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    Socio-Demographic Factors that Affect the Elder Abuse Recognition of Nursing Care Staff in Japan

    임정미 | 2016, (70) | pp.267~286 | number of Cited : 1
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    Socio-Demographic Factors that Affect the Elder Abuse Recognition of Nursing Care Staff in Japan Lim, Jeong-Mi The aim of this study is to clarify the relationship between the Socio-Demographic factors of the care staff and the recognition of elder abuse and to suggest measures to improve the elder abuse recognition of the care staff. The 5,000 care staff who work in nursing homes across Japan participated in this questionnaire survey. Analysis of the data used descriptive statistics, Pearson's correlation analysis, t-test and ANOVA test. As a result, gender, age, home helper qualifications and educational experience about the elder abuse were significantly related to the elder abuse recognition of the care staff. Based on the above results, it was implicated in efforts to increase the abuse recognition of the care staff.