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2016, Vol., No.33

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    The Affects Geography of the General Public in China in Terms of Mao’s Image Transformation

    Lee,Seung-Hee | 2016, (33) | pp.1~22 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study is to investigate the affects picture of the general public in China in terms of Mao’s image transformation based on the periodical value system of each age, targeting a film magazine <Popular Cinema> at the early age of modern China, propaganda poster during the Cultural Revolution and a caricature the ‘Political Pop’ after economic reform. First, this paper will demonstrate how Chinese history is to be defined and reshaped in connection with the relationships between Mao and the masses in general by analyzing the first Chinese film magazine <Popular Cinema> based on the way and visually technical strategies in making him the best hero at that time. Second, this study explicates how sublime and routine life is overlapped through the verification of hero’s individualities currently receiving public favor, particularly based on Mao’s heroic image appeared in propaganda posters during the Cultural Revolution. Third, I tried to illuminate the skeptical sentiment of the general mass of China against the socialistic ideology during the time of post-cold war including the transformation of Chinese society by categorizing as a type of ‘Political Pop’ and making a caricature of Mao’s portrait in general. As the socialist ideology in China has been often adapted, Mao’s image has also been repeatedly modified into a sanctity, daily and caricature. As the foundation of political power, the image of modern politician positively reflects a social structure. As a result, this study finally examined the historical process of the masses in China by analyzing the image of Mao focusing on the way how the mass transformed from the public to consumers during the cold war and post-cold war.
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    A Study of Hand Throwing Hidden Weapons in The Romance of the Three Kingdoms(『三國演義』)

    HONG, Youn-ki | 2016, (33) | pp.23~43 | number of Cited : 1
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    There are many hand throwing hidden weapons in The Romance of the Three Kingdoms(『三國演義』). The purpose of this paper is to investigate the features of the novel description about these hand throwing hidden weapons: Flying cutter(飛刀), Flying fork(飛叉), Short halberd(短戟), Small halberd(小戟), Stone(石子), One inch blade(方寸之刃), One inch iron(寸鐵). Through this investigation, we can know the following features: The first, most of the hand throwing hidden weapons are non-existent weapons in three kingdoms period. Actually these weapons have been appeared in the Song and Ming, Qing Dynasty, later than three kingdoms period. The second, some characters who are using these hand throwing hidden weapons are fictional characters. They are non-existent persons in The History of the Three Kingdoms(『三國志』).] The third, the writer avoided matching these hand throwing hidden weapons with the great hero characters, calculatedly. The forth, as the novel props, these hand throwing hidden weapons make the excellent action which cause momentary inversion of the battle condition.
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    A Comparative Study on Male Homosexual Novels in the Late Ming Dynasty

    CHOI YOONJU | 2016, (33) | pp.45~70 | number of Cited : 3
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    In the late Ming Dynasty, Male Homosexuality has been received social approval, it has become a trend. The scholars are among the most active leaders in the trend of the times. They by breed “xiaoguan”, with Gay lover reveals the own identity. This trend affects the creation of novels, some of the works began to describe male homosexual stories. At that time, the male homosexual relationship can be divided into the active role and the passive role in the background of the bisexual. However, it attempts to break through the unequal relationship with some of the work. But also in the era of restrictions, often expressed a more contradictory narrative attitude. This paper be analyzed the specific content of each story, through the character description and emotion, the characters and so on. As a result, we could look intelligentsia’s complicated narrative attitude and mental state approach to male homosexuality. This article was compared with the common image and the special image of the male homosexual in the novel, as a result, we could look confucian scholar’s complicated narrative attitude and mental state approach to male homosexuality.
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    Modern Chinese Woman Writer Dingning(丁寧)'s Life and the Ci Poetry: Focused on Huanxuanci(還軒詞)

    kim seon | 2016, (33) | pp.71~97 | number of Cited : 1
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    This paper aimed at analysing Ding Ning’s life, the background of the Ci poetry world, her spiritual companionships with other female writers, the friendship with male intellectuals, the relationship with her teacher, her disease and the friendship with her doctor, her experiences in the modern times and her Ci poetry writing reflected on HuanXuanCi. First, Ding Ning was born in Zhenjiang in 1902 and lost her mother when she was only 13 days old. Her family then moved to Yangzhou. She was raised by her stepmother and at the age of 13, she lost her father as well. Ding Ning got married to Huang Fu Hua at 16 and two years later she gave birth to a daughter, but she lost her child when she was 22. At the loss of her daughter, Ding Ning filed a divorce but her stepmother forced her to make a vow not to remarry for this. She lived the rest of her life as a widow for fifty years. Second, Ding Ning wrote Ci poems reminiscing about the times she had spent with her old childhood friend, Dai Wei Qin, after she had left her hometown. When Ding Ning later heard the friend had died ten years ago, she wrote another Ci poem lamenting her death. Third, Ding Ning shared a strong friendship with the renowned Ci peotry critics, Xia Cheng Tao and Long Yu Sheng exchanging Ci poems. Xia Cheng Tao praised her talent and the sincerity of her Ci poems and named her as one of the best modern Ci poetesses. Long Yu Sheng published her Ci poems in the Ci Poetry Quarterly where he served as an editor. Fourth, Ding Ning learned poetry and painting from Chen Han Guang. Huang Yi Xian, one of Ding Ning’s pupils, lost contact with Ding Ning when her husband died of an illness. Ding Ning had other pupil, Wang Yuan Zhuang, who worked in Hefei and took care of her on her birthdays and holidays. Zhuo Meng Fei provided her house as a shelter for her when an earthquake occurred in Hefei in August 1978. Fifth, Ding Ning suffered from insomnia caused by inveterate dyspepsia and depression and was taken with an unknown disease for five years from 1975 to 1980. When she was cured of the disease by Dr. Dai Zhen Guang who found out the disease had been caused through the contact with a cat and treated her. Sixth, at the outbreak of the Sino-Japanese War in 1937, Ding Ning created Ci poems conveying the agony and sorrow over the national ruin while wandering around Shanghai, Nanjing, Zhenjiang, and Yangzhou. As she worked at Nanjing Central Library and Anhui Provincial Library for forty years, Ding Ning organized the editions of ancient books and the catalogues. and risked her life to protect 300 thousand rare editions from the invasions of the Japanese military, the Kuomintang’s army and the Red Guards during the Cultural Revolution.
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    A Study on the Analysis of Current Situation & Improvement of Chinese Notation for Korean Place Names in the Glocal Age - Taking Jeju Place Names as an Example

    신의경 | 2016, (33) | pp.99~122 | number of Cited : 0
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    Place names are not only the language which is made up of the linguistic elements, but also the geographical and cultural elements. In particular, the name of the global regionalization time can most reflect the national and regional cultural information, and it also is the important core of the national brand. On this basis, This paper makes an analysis of the localization in general applicability Koran place names’ Chinese translation, also looked the standardized plan of the new places’ Chinese translation. This paper analyzes the contents of “ the case set of the foreign tourist places’ translation” ,the book which is published by KTO in 2012.In addition, the specific methods of place names’ Chinese translation and the specific strategies and improvement plan was put forward. This paper took Jeju as an example, and analyses were conducted on the local place names’ Chinese translation. The place name whicn is from the local language, in its annotation should be appended to other translating guidance. This is a work that should be solved before the Chinese translation, especially we need the extensive investigation and study of the place names in advance.
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    The Acoustic Analysis on the Features of Chinese Mora of Korean Students

    송시황 | 2016, (33) | pp.123~142 | number of Cited : 0
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    Chinese Korean students sound vowel glide was generally shorter, interpretation of previous studies on this phenomenon often boils down in part after ring not successful acquisition of vowels. This paper argues that from the Chinese Mora to research the problem beat angle. Mora is the basic unit of the prosodic hierarchy, Chinese native speakers in a ring of syllables to two full mora. Through the empirical study, we found that Korean students a sound syllable, often duration is not full, sense of hearing short, lack of segmental length factor, can not fully reflect the two Mora units. Therefore, The Mora as prosodic hierarchy model, strengthen the research and teaching of Chinese Mora, has important significance.
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    Study and Analysis of Cultural Contents in Current High School Chinese Textbooks

    Kim, Nan-Mi | 2016, (33) | pp.143~164 | number of Cited : 5
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    To be a successful in language learning, we need to abolish the conventional methods emphasizing grammar and reading, and concentrate on practical communication skills. So, currently there have been the two changes in the foreign language secondary education of the 7th curriculum of Korea. One is that developing a basic communication ability is emphasized. The other change in the 7th curriculum of Korea is to try to set up the foundation for cultivating the global citizens’ awareness and attitude in the multi-cultural age stressing the education for understanding culture, which is a nonverbal factor. This thesis analyses how well the Chinese textbook for high school students is culturally laid out and whether or not there are any parts to be reinforced in terms of cultural learning. To address this thesis, I analyzed the cultural contents of the 9 kinds of ChineseⅠ high school textbooks now in use.