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2009, Vol.24, No.

  • 1.

    Women's Labor Movement in 1970's: Valuation and Meaning in 2000's

    In-Soon kang | 2009, 24() | pp.5~50 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    The aim of this paper is to review the meaning of the women's labor movement in 1970's on the gender sensitive perspective and to get over the present stagnant situation in the labor movement. Under the Yushin dictatorship Park's the women's worker had struggled against Capital and non democratic government for the organization of the union as the right of the labor citizenship. The struggle for the organization of the union of the women's worker had taken as the leader and center in labor movement in 1970's. But the women's worker did not play the main role of the labor movement in 1980's. The struggle meaning and will of the women's worker against capital and non democratic government in 1970's must be revive in 2000's and with this sprit the women's worker play the main role as the center in labor movement in 2000's and can be overcome the stagnant situation in labor movement.
  • 2.

    A Study on the Ethical Thinking in Modern Fashion

    KWON JUNG SOOK | 2009, 24() | pp.51~77 | number of Cited : 8
    Abstract
    This study is about ethical thinking in modern fashion which is central social interest in recent days. This study focused on both cognition of Ethical design and fashion trends which can fe produced within the fashion industry and then influence on the wide range of consumer, human and surrounding environment. This study has elucidated the socio-cultural characteristics of Ethical fashion by examining the environment and theoretical background of its emergence. And it has analyzed the ethics discourse, the Ecological ethical view, the trends of highly sensitive expression, and respect for man´s life and dignity. The present researcher has surveyed the concept of Ethical fashion and its background that accepts the socio-cultural paradigm, and analyzed the trends and characteristics of fashion which express the desire accompanying the thinking of Ethical fashion. The results of this study are following. The characteristics of Ethical fashion were mutual-coexistence, friendly-protest, catholicity, liberality. The forty characteristics have been extracted from the examples of fashion-related areas. They are sustainability, universal, recycling, naturalness, ecological, green, slow, well-being, LOHAS, funology, avant-garde fashion design. The researcher has finally presented the possibility of expanding the domain of esthetic expression and the importance of the role of ethos that grants fashion its social appropriateness. This study attempts to create fashion business and at the same time suggests design actions based on social belief.
  • 3.

    The Actual State and Unification Plan of South and North Korean Biological Terms

    JINGUANGZHU | 2009, 24() | pp.79~107 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract
    An organism is any living system, such as animal, plant, fungus, or microーorganism, which is capable of response to stimuli, reproduction, growth, development, and maintenance of homeostasis as a stable whole. Biology is the science which studies on the function, structure, growth, evolution and distribution of all living organisms; and which studies on the nature of organisms in the world. Recently much attention is paid on biology, because it is an important fundamental science that is the key for solving the biggest human issues, such as pollution, population problem and grain problem. Long time ago, our ancestors settled down in Koreaーthe land, which was rich in natural resources. Since then, they had named the plants and animals and these names and their usages were formed into Korean biological terms. As South Korean and North Korean broke off their diplomatic relations, they have named the biological resources separately according to their own understanding and formulation, and the features of biological terms in South Korea and North Korean became different. And these differences cause big problems for mutual understanding, communication, and even for unification of Korean language. This paper is to find the proper solution of unification of the biological terms by studying and analyzing current usage of biological terms. This will be helpful to enhance communication and unify the Korean language.
  • 4.

    A Study on the Security Systems of the Emperor of Korea

    ChangYun Kim | 2009, 24() | pp.109~150 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The security system of the Emperor of Korea after Gabo Reform(Gabo Gaehyeok) had great influences on the control system of the Emperor of Korea, the contents and systems. This study attempts to analyze the characters and their effects on the security systems in the Emperor of Korea. For the purpose of this study, it examine the characters of two aspects; its system and role of the security system of the Emperor of Korea. In the Emperor of Korea, the security systems contributed to perform services for public welfare, which forced people to follow social order, such as supervision of public morals and management of sanitation as well as public security like prevention of a thief.
  • 5.

    The Criticism on ChuーHsi and the Historical Significance of Classics in Sapyeonrok

    Song,Kap-Jun | 2009, 24() | pp.151~179 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    At a time when the ideology of ChuーHsi's teaching was developed to the greatest extent, Park, Seーdang confronted the contradictions ChuーHsi's ideology revealed and proposed the practices that attached importance to the reality. Park's writing, Sapyeonrok, did not totally free himself from recognizing the world based on Neoー Confucianism. However, his writing turned out significant in that it cast doubt on and reーexamined the interpretation of Classics by ChuーHsi, which had been accepted without doubt. Deviated from ChuーHsi's universalism, Sapyeonrokwas pursued as the basis for human beings' active practices in Classics. In this vein, Park, Seー dang could be rated as one who paved the way for the objective inquiry into human beings.
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    Residents' Attitudes of Location for a Renewable Energy Industrial Facility in Jeju Island

    Mi-Gyeung Yeum | 2009, 24() | pp.181~221 | number of Cited : 16
    Abstract
    This paper is to examine the local community placing process of new renewable energy facilities which have an image as the proーenvironment pure energy and the feature and limit of a local community's response to that. focusing on wind turbines. This paper used the methods of local observation data, survey data, and the depths dataーcollectionーthroughーinterviews method, focusing on the location case of the sea wind turbines in Jeju Island. The analysis results are as follows : The construction process of facilities and the economical beneficent factor will be gotten when it's working later, were bigger than the purpose by which wind power generation is proーenvironment pure energy facility, and wind power generation placing agreement of facilities in the village acted on it. It's one of reasons that we have to pay attention to the interest conflict expression aspect between the groups who looks at profits from meaning specialization to development and the groups who are not so in the situation that the range of the inner autonomy of a community spreads after localーautonomousーsystem enforcement.
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    The Relationship Among ScienceーGifted Students' Critical Thinking, Intelligence and Personality

    Kyunghee Yoon | 2009, 24() | pp.223~256 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    This study is to investigate the difference between scienceーgifted students and normal students in critical thinking, intelligence, personality, in relation of them, and in variables explaining critical thinking. The subjects are 124 scienceーgifted students and 172 normal students. The results were as follows: first, critical thinking, intelligence, and personality of scienceーgifted students were higher than normal students. Diligence, autonomy and leadership among personality variables of scienceーgifted students were higher than normal students and the other variables were not different. Second, language commanding ability and calculus ability among intelligence variables were positively correlated with critical thinking of scienceーgifted students, while all intelligence variables were correlated with critical thinking of normal students. Diligence among personality variables was negatively correlated with critical thinking of scienceーgifted students, while feeling status and responsibility among personality variables were positively correlated with critical thinking of normal students. Intelligence variables explained more critical thinking in normal students, while personality variable explained more critical thinking in scienceーgifted students.
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    The Trace of Old Station Route in the Cultural Perspective: A Study on the Geographical Culture Depicted in the Shi-Liao-Shi of Northern Song Dynasty

    런리웨이 | 2009, 24() | pp.257~277 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    In the history of Song dynasty lasting 300 years, Song was often invaded by northern ethnic groups, especially aggressive Liao dynasty. Under the circumstances, there were many armed clashes in the northern territory of Song and the power of Song was gradually weakened. When Song was faced with the situation that destroying Liao in military conquest had no possibility, SongーZhenーZong, the emperor of Song, reached a peace agreement with Liao. Even though the “Chan Yuan Zhi Meng”, the peace agreement between Song and Liao, was very dishonorable and unfavorable for Song dynasty, it allowed Song to enjoy 120 years of peaceful period, recovery of national power and wellーbeing of all people in Song dynasty. The agreement stipulated that the envoys should be accredited to have a mutual communication when Song and Liao have national events. Most of the envoys accredited by Song dynasty were high ranking officials. All those officials were experts in political affairs, and also had very high literary culture. On the way to Liao, those envoys were highly impressed and inspired by wonderful scenery, and wrote a lot of poetry with great emotion. This kind of poetry is called “ShiーLiaoーShi”, which means the poetry written by the envoy to Liao dynasty. Based on these understandings, some questions are come across in my mind. The questions are as below; what situation made the envoys write those poems? What route and itinerary did those envoys take? Where are those traces of stations at present? Those questions are tried to be examined in this study using related historical materials, illustrated books, articles and my personal understanding of China’s geography. Through examining the old route and the geographical designations shown in the “ShiーLiaoーShi”, the readers of this study can imagine tough range of mountains, spacious desserts, desolate old station structures and tough itinerary. This study will also help the readers understand more about the situation mentioned in the “ShiーLiaoーShi” written a thousand years ago.
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    Markedness and Syllable Contact in Korean Phonology

    Chung, Chin Wan | 2009, 24() | pp.279~315 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The purpose of this paper is to look at the two major assimilation processes in Korean and provide a constraint based analysis. We argue that the most important factors in each of assimilation processes in Korean are AgreeーPlace for place assimilation and SyllCon for manner assimilation. The AgreeーPlace constraint and other place markedness constraints interact and select the optimal output form for place assimilation. On the other hand, the trigger constraint for manner assimilation, SyllCon interacts with other markedness and faithfulness constraints in the selection of the most harmonic output for manner assimilation. The paper reveals that universal place markedness hierarchy should be modified to explain place assimilation in Korean. At the same time, we should assume a sonority hierarchy, specific to the Korean language, to correctly implement the SyllCon constraint and propose an analysis for manner assimilation. This paper also reveals that the direction of both place and manner assimilation is predominantly regressive and is well supported by 'Positional Faithfulness' proposed by Beckman (1997, 2004).
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    History and Present State of Teaching Korean Language in the Far East of Russia, From the Oriental Institute to the Higher College of Korean Studies

    Tamara Kaplan | 2009, 24() | pp.317~353 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    The purpose of this paper is to describe history and present situation of teaching and studying the Korean language in the Far East of Russia. Globalization of the Korean language is obviously one of important issues in the Republic of Korea. I would like to show some of achievements and difficulties encountered in the process of teaching the Korean language in the Russian Far East to help Korean educators who are not familiar with this subject to achieve their goal of expanding the Korean language all over the world. Korean studies in Russia's Far East began as early as fall of 1900, when the Oriental Institute commenced the Department of the Korean Language, which happened to be the first and only one at that time in Russia. The Oriental Institute was an institution of a new type, aimed at fostering practical Orientalists with good command of written and spoken language. Such were ideas which generated the basics of the Korean language teaching methods. In July 1939 the Oriental Institute was closed down and the Korean language program in the Far East remained ceased for many years. In 1975, the Far Eastern State University resumed teaching of the Korean language and Koreaーrelated subjects. In their teaching the Korean language the professors and lecturers of the Higher College of Korean studies follow best traditions of the Oriental Institute, focusing on training practical specialists. Further the paper briefly describes goals, means and content of the Korean language program focusing on contents and methods of teaching productive and reproductive written language. By detailed description of textbooks and manuals and contents of teaching course we attempted to illustrate how we achieved main goals of mastering Writing in Korean language. In conclusion we express hope that decreasing of a number of students who want to study the Korean in the last few years will stop and increase again.