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2017, Vol., No.73

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    A real image and a virtual image of Takeshima Issue Study -focusing on Masao Shimojo -

    Shon, Kyeong-Ho | 2017, (73) | pp.5~29 | number of Cited : 1
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    This paper introduces the operational status of the Web Takeshima Issue Research Institute in Shimane Prefecture, Japan, as a comparative subject in the operation of the Dokdo related business, and presents the real image and the virtual image of the Takeshima Issue Study, which is the main axis of the activity, to Masao Shimojo. Masao Shimojo's article contributed to the Takeshima Issue Research is 88 pages in total, and is still ongoing in the series. The logic of the contribution of "Seokdo = Dokdo's error and Mun Se-Yeong's" Korean dictionary "among them is" stand alone abbreviation. It was written as Dokdo in the sense that it is a solely existing island. This is, therefore, "obvious evidence" that Dokdo is not included in administrative area of ​​Ulleung-gun and Seokdo that did not exist. However, due to colonists in Jeolla-do, Dolseom was called Jeolla-do dialect, Dokseom, which was written in Kanji as Seokdo and changed to Dokdo in the process of moving. There are many things made of stones in the island, and it is also somewhat lonely apart that it has become quite convincing that I came to call it Dokdo based on the fact that there are many cases that adopted the Kanji "doku". Furthermore, clear evidence is sufficient that the contents are listed in the "Korean dictionary" as the reference material used in the word 'stone' as a dialect.
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    Takeshima Problem Research Group 's fact-making method for "peace line"

    Choi Jang-Keun | 2017, (73) | pp.31~51 | number of Cited : 1
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    Takeshima Problem Research Group 's fact-making method for "peace line" Choi Jang Keun This study examined the way in which the 'Takeshima Problem Research Group' faked the essence of 'peace line'. The Peace Line, which was signed by the Peace Treaty for Japan and established by the Korean government in the East Sea, maintained the fishing order of the East Sea until the 1965 fishery agreement of the Korea - Japan Agreement was signed. Dokdo's sovereignty was recognized by the Allied Supreme Command as Korea's territory after Japan's defeat and Dokdo was recognized as a jurisdiction for 12 nautical miles around Dokdo. In the Peace Treaty for Japan the Allied Powers changed the actions of the Allied High Command to avoid mentioning Dokdo's status, but did not recognize Dokdo as Japanese territory. However, today 's Takeshima Problem Research Group succeeds the previous Japanese government 's position and fosters Dokdo' s territorial sovereignty by adding new logic to it.
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    On the Positioning of Gon Gitsune as a Classical Juvenile Literary Work

    Mizutani, Takashi | 2017, (73) | pp.53~68 | number of Cited : 0
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    Gon Gitsune, written by Nankichi Niimi, is now adapted in all of the fourth-grade Japanese textbooks. Its story is very familiar to most of us and close analyses of the text are done by lots of scholars. However, the story contains several elements that are not appropriate to close and logical analyses. At the same time it has a tendency to cause a gap between what we get by close analyses and what we understand through instinctive readings. Now that almost a century has passed since Gon Gitsune was published, some parts of the text are difficult to understand without explanations for the children that are supposed to be its readers. Such a work we may not give children as a teaching material to train the reading comprehension as ever, but we may reposition it as a classic juvenile literature. And furthermore I’d like to propose that we should reconsider it as an opportunity to examine our traditional culture.
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    Endo Syusaku's ‘SCANDAL’ from the biblical point of view

    An, Jeong-Whan | 2017, (73) | pp.69~88 | number of Cited : 0
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    The Endo's ‘SCANDAL’ can be said to have fictionalized Chapter 7 of Romans of Paul (the Apostle). In Chapter 7 of Romans, Paul laments that when he wants to do good, evil is right there with him. This means that no one is free from the evil. Salvation can be achieved only through the grace of God, but not at all through human efforts. SUGURO, a hero of ‘SCANDAL’, is a famous Christian writer in Japan. Such SUGURO had to prove false the public scandal that he played around with women in red light district. He laments that what he found out is ugly truth that there is uncontrollable evil in himself. When he is in danger of losing everything, at last he desperately needs God. However, God has already opened the door of salvation.
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    Japanese Compound Verbs for Korean Learners-A List of Compound Verbs for Japanese Proficiency Test-

    LEE CHUNG KYU | 2017, (73) | pp.89~109 | number of Cited : 9
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    The purpose of this paper is to make a list of compound verbs for Japanese Proficiency Test (JPT). As a result, the following 48 highest ranking Japanese compound verbs are selected for JPT. de-kakeru, mi-tukeru, omoi-dasu, oti-tuku, kuri-kaesu, uke-toru, hik-kosu, tori-komu, mi-okuru, tobi-dasu, uke-ireru, hanasi-au, yobi-kakeru, mi-naosu, de-au, tati-agaru, tori-tukeru, tori-ageru, mi-ageru, hip-paru, mi-awaseru, nari-tatu, naki-dasu, deki-agaru, mi-mamoru, uke-tomeru, mi-tumeru, tobi-komu, ii-dasu, huri-muku, sasi-dasu, tori-dasu, toori-sugiru, aruki-mawaru, moti-dasu, hiki-zuru, moti-ageru, hanasi-kakeru, mi-orosu, nige-dasu, omoi-tuku, nori-komu, mi-watasu, huri-kaeru, kanngae-komu, osi-tukeru, hiki-dasu, tori-ireru Based on the result, this paper suggests that the compound verbs illustrated above can be available for Japanese education.
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    New approach to lecture method Japanese liberal education utilizing flipped learning -Online coarses utilizing 'Band' closed SNS-

    youm miran | 2017, (73) | pp.111~124 | number of Cited : 9
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    The following paper discusses the effective way to develop the method of Japanese lecture as liberal education. The main topic is about the lecture system of Japanese liberal education that mostly consists of non-major students and adjunct professors. This study raises a few issues. First, the number of instructional hours are not enough to achieve the topic. Second, there are too many students per a class to manage effectively. In order to develop these issues we suggest a new teaching method. Specifically, we adopt ‘flipped learning’ and utilize ‘Band’ based on closed space on a social network services(SNS) The flipped classroom describes a reversal of traditional teaching where students gain first exposure to new material outside of class. The key is to gain first exposure outside of class and ‘Band’ is tool of that. In Considering Band’s functions, we determine the components of members, contents production, activity and management. This study presents an interesting approach to analyze a data the mock trial instructions that the 62 people attended. There needs to be more explanation on results analysis of mock trials considering related on-line lecture and appropriate evaluate manner and so on. There also needs to be additional research about content production motivating learners.
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    The Study on Japanese-Korean Consecutive Interpreting of the Korean Japanese Learners in Lecture

    Cho, Eun-Young | 2017, (73) | pp.125~148 | number of Cited : 1
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    This study was aimed at defining errors of consecutive interpreting of Korean Japanese speakers in terms of the vocabulary and the sentence using the result of Japanese-Korean consecutive interpreting made by unprofessional Korean Japanese learners who did not receive interpretation training in a lecture. The study also states what should be taught in Japanese classes to prevent the errors. The results, in terms of the vocabulary, revealed errors in numbers including years, high-level Kanji such as technical terms and errors in native words including compound verbs, collocations, and idioms. In terms of the sentence level, omission of numbers like years and adverbs as well as the latter part of the sentence were found. Japanese classes in all levels should provide listening training for numbers to prevent errors in the vocabulary. Every field shall prepare a Kanji vocabulary list. For native words like compound verbs, collocations, and idioms, intensive training is required. To prevent errors at the sentence level, the Japanese learners shall try to understand the topic of a lecture and have to be guided to use note-taking rather than a lap top.
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    The Application of Group Work as a Teaching Method of Hiragana

    Choi jinhui | 2017, (73) | pp.149~161 | number of Cited : 1
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    The purpose of this paper is to introduce Korean Japanese Learners’ group work on teaching Hiragana, and to indicate how effectively it can improve learning Hiragana. A test and survey on Hiragana will be followed. The test has shown that all students can memorize Hiragana successfully through 4 times of group work activity. The survey identified that Korean Japanese learners evaluated that group work has positive effects on studying Hiragana. Among thirty-one students in total, twenty-three (74.2%) students answered positively about group work activity. This survey result, which is group work is more effective way to study Hiragana, it can be noticed that group work makes them practice repeatedly and cooperate with their peers. Thus, Korean Japanese learners might feel less pressured to memorize Hiragana. In addition, the responsibility from peers might promote their purpose of learning. Therefore, group work can be an effective method on teaching Hiragana.
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    On the “perfectivity” of the Japanese “-ta” form - A contrastive study in Italian and Japanese -

    Cespa, Marianna | 2017, (73) | pp.163~186 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study is a contrastive research on the “perfectivity” expressed by some tenses in both Japanese and Italian, but also an explanation about tenses in English will be introduced for further explanations. The aim of this article is to clarify the different points and the similar points between the Japanese “-ta” form and the Italian compound tenses constructed with the past participle. In particular, this article will compare the Japanese “-ta” form to the Italian “Present Perfect (or Perfect tense)”, focusing the analysis first on the “perfectivity” expressed by the “past participle” in the compound tenses and then on its similarities to the “perfectivity” expressed by the Japanese “-ta form”. The main points of this paper are three: a) the necessity of making a distinction between the terms “completion” and “termination”; b) the necessity of a distinction between simple sentences and complex sentences, but also of a further distinction among the several types of compound sentences; c) the function of “-ta” form as adjective, as for the “past participle” in Italian and English. By considering these three points, it becomes clear the multiple function of the “perfectivity” of the “-ta” form, in particular its use and its restrictions as a “future-form”, which means as action that could be “completed in the future”.
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    A Study of the tale and play of the Imjin war in Shikoku region

    NO, Sung Hwan | 2017, (73) | pp.187~212 | number of Cited : 1
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    This article is about the tale and play of the Imjin war in Shikoku region. More specifically, it aims to analyze the trasmission of the Ushi-oni tale in Uwajima, Tora-mai in Matsuyama and the Joseon doctor Kim duk bang’s tale in Kochi Prefecture. People tend to approach Ushi-oni’s origin as a incident in Joseon during the Imjin war. Even though Ushi-oni was a Japanese native, it had been related with the monster doll that was used by the Japanese army for protection from the tiger attacks and associated with the war wagon that was used by Kato Kiyomasa’s army during the Battle of Jinju Castle. The Tora-mai was originated from the tiger hunting by the Kato Yoshiaki’s troops during the Imjin war. The Tora-mai is usually performed during the fall festival by the Itsukushima Shrine, and the Joseon tiger symbolizes chaos and impurity. The Joseon doctor Kim Duk bang was the skilled doctor who helped the spread of the Joseon traditional medicine in Japan, but he was poisoned by the Japanese doctors who is jealous of his skill. This study shows that the historically distorted perceptions of Imjin war and also reflects harsh settlement life of Joseon captives in Japanese society.
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    A Study on the Growth Cause and the School Culture of School Song in Japanese-Korean Ethnic School

    Youngeon Yim | Kim, Tae Young | 2017, (73) | pp.213~230 | number of Cited : 2
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    The purpose of this research is to consider the historical background of the school song’s birth, the cause of it’s growth, a content analysis of the school song, it’s influence that reaches the school culture and ethnic education in Japanese-Korean Ethnic school. The method of study used collected data for Japan field survey and interview investigation for the analysis of the paper from July 21st until 31th 2016. Three main study results given below. First, the growth process of the postwar ethnic school, the foundation of the ethnic school was regularized by opposition against the assimilation education of the colonization period Japan. Second, the school song took charge of a role in the consciousness of opposition about the ethnic school oppression and ideology of independence and national awareness according to the ethnic school crisis in the Joseon school since 1980's. Third, the school song content contributed to the Korean culture and identity of the Korean school and the national awareness inspiration and feeling of solidarity formation in Joseon school. In conclusion, the ethnic school song was made through the Japanese political situation and ethnic awareness of crisis of Japanese-Korean.
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    Study about a social adaptation casting plan of residents escaping from North Korea through Korean-residents in Japan-Focused on child education-

    JUN HOSUNG | Hwang,Hye-Kyoung | 2017, (73) | pp.231~252 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study aims to explore how residents escaping from North Korea should adapt to Korean society. The solution tried to obtain through child education Korean-residents in Japan who had similar experience. The results Korean-residents in Japan society has experienced, ①which typology school (formally, informal)? ②whether or not to experience the wall of the mainstream society of the children ③Expansion of facilities such as "Fureaikan" and the necessity of activating the national exchange meeting, festivals etc. were mentioned. Therefore, the conclusion of this study is summarized in three. It is necessary not only for residents escaping from North Korea but also for regional centers for multicultural and multiethnic symbiosis. Regional facility becomes the center, there is a need for regular festivals held in the multi-cultural and multi-ethnic festival or residents escaping from North Korea only. Furthermore, guidance and support at the school level are necessary for youth residents escaping from North Korea to adapt to school life safely.
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    Analysis of Japanese Aesthetic Concepts by Language Game−Comparison with Korean and Western Concepts−

    Choi, Su-Ryun | Yako,Masato | 2017, (73) | pp.253~281 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this paper is to analyze Japan’s wabi-sabi and iki in comparison with Korea's han and Western aesthetic categories. It is understood that wabi-sabi, iki and han are not pure concepts of aesthetics but are also associated with human behaviors, psychology and somesthesis. In addition to this, these concepts may sometimes become expressions that connote rejection of the world. Therefore, to set bases for these concepts, they have to be described with consideration for a function to provide feedback when they are used and while differentiating the demeanors and latent powers. Based on this consideration, a circulation model of aesthetic formation created by Yako based on the later thought of Wittgenstein is applied to these concepts. In order to clarify their attributes while differentiating the demeanors, each circulation is examined from the aspects like stability, orientation, distance, clarity, tension, intensity and persistence. Lastly, Kuki's “iki cube” has been reconstructed through the comparison with one of the author’s model.