인문논총 2021 KCI Impact Factor : 0.46

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pISSN : 2005-6222 / eISSN : 2713-7511

http://journal.kci.go.kr/ifhs
Aims & Scope
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The Journal of Human Studies is a research journal, which has been indexed with the National Research Foundation of Korea(NRF) since the year 2012. The Journal of Human Studies is published 3 times a year in February, June, and October by Kyungnam University Press for the Humanities Research Institute,  Kyungnam University, Korea.
Editor-in-Chief
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Yang Yeung Ja

(Kyungnam University)

Citation Index
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  • KCI IF(2yr) : 0.46
  • KCI IF(5yr) : 0.41
  • Centrality Index(3yr) : 0.79
  • Immediacy Index : 0.1667

Current Issue : 2022, Vol.59, No.

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  • A Study on the Causes and Background of Cultural Conflict between Korea and China

    TAE-SHIK KIM | 2022, 59() | pp.5~26 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This year marks the 30th anniversary of the official establishment of diplomatic ties between Korea and China in 1992. However, the relationship between Korea and China has not been as smooth as in the recent past, with political problems such as the deployment of THAAD in Korea and the ban on the Korean Wave in China, as well as the rise of the Corona 19 responsibility issue and the escalation of tension caused by the U.S.-China strategic agendas. In particular, sinophobia in Korea is reaching its worst levels ever, and sinophobia among young people seems to be the most serious. Therefore, this paper intensively reviewed the cultural conflict between Korea and China, which is pointed out as the main background of sinophobia among the youth, from various angles from its origin to recent cases, and presented relevant implications by categorizing the scattered causes and backgrounds. It is hoped that this will be of some help in improving Korea-China relations in the future.
  • The Present Situation and Prospect of the Research on the Korean Provisional Government History in China and Strategies for Vitalizing the Research

    SUNG-WOOK SON | 2022, 59() | pp.27~47 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This paper outlines the study of history of the Korean Provisional Government in Chinese academic circles and reviews the academic footprint of Professor Shi Yuanhua at Fudan University, a representative researcher on the history of the Korean Provisional Government in China. This article also examines how the Korean Provisional Government Memorial Hall located in China is currently presented and how the related places are being described. Research the history of the Korean Provisional Government in China has driven the study of the modern and contemporary history of Korea-China relations in Chinese academic circles since the establishment of diplomatic ties between Korea and China in 1992. Large volumes of related data are housed in China and associated historical sites are spread around the country as most of the patriotic activities of the Provisional Government were carried out in China. Therefore, with a close cooperation between the Korean and Chinese academic circles, it was possible to make progress in the study on the history of the Korean Provisional Government. In addition to this progress, the Korean Provisional Government played a major role in strengthening exchanges and cooperation between the two countries as a historical symbol of the Korea-China joint war against Japan. However, research on the history of the Korean Provisional Government has not made any progress from the past, which shows the change in Korea-China relations. This reflects not only the reality, but it also implies abundant research achievements that have already accumulated. To overcome the immediate difficulties and vitalize research on the history of the Korean Provisional Government, it is important to note that the research on the history of the Korean Provisional Government has a practical significance in providing the foundation for developing friendship and advancing cooperation between Korea and China. In addition, it is necessary to share research achievements between the Korean and Chinese academic circles by establishing a database as well as a platform for interactive research on the history of the Korean Provisional Government.
  • Things that can't be said in the ‘post-’- A Commentary on the politics of the Poetry in the 2010s

    JI-YOUNG AHN | 2022, 59() | pp.49~74 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study raises a problem with the criticism that identifies the 2010s poetry as a succession or disconnection to the 2000s poetry. The desire of criticism to privilege current literature may not escape from the attitude of giving the literature a responsibility for redeem or idealizing the literature of the past. This attitude appeared in critics of poetry in the 2010s, and in particular, it was examined that ‘the politics of poetry’ in the 2010s was discriminated and limited by the contrast with poetry in the 2000s. In contrast, recent discussions on the performance of first-person voice in the 2010s suggest the possibility of re-constructing the 2000s through interpretation of the 2010s. Unlike poetry criticism in the 2000s, which criticized traditional poetry first-person voice as an aesthetic regression, they give meaning to the fact that a layered "I" appears due to the first-person voice that appeared in the 2010s. This article analyzed this through Kim Seung-il's works. Kim Seung-il's poetry not only features a hybrid subject mixed with an impersonal and a first-person voice, but also shows a negative attitude toward ‘the passion for the Real’, which is due to the common sense of problem of unrepresentation.
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