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2010, Vol.25, No.

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    Study on Whereabouts of Admiral Yi, Sun-Shin during Service Period as an Enlisted Man

    김봉렬 | 2010, 25() | pp.5~55 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study examined the locations and role of Admiral Yi, Sun-Shin by analyzing his whereabouts during the period between when he was ordered to serve in the war as an enlisted man and when he was reappointed as the commander of the three naval forces. This study also examined the historical concept and meaning of serving in the war as an enlisted man. Serving in the war as an enlisted man is used to give the public officer who disobeyed the command or was defeated in the war an opportunity to atone for his wrong by making a contribution in the war without any government post instead of suspending punishment. In particular, under the extremely unfavorable condition lacking in military forces as in the early period of Japanese Invasion in 1592, this measure was taken intensively. In case of peace time, it was extremely rare, which can be found only in few of those who threatened King's position or were involved in a plot of treason. While serving as an enlisted man, Admiral Yi, Sun-Shin was assigned to a direct commander and played as a advisory committee in the headquarters. In addition, he managed a garrison farm and military horses. He also established strategies and commanded the army in the warfield.
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    A Study on the Employment Status of the Irregular Women's Worker in Gyeongnam Region : Focus on the Irregular Women's Worker in School as Public Sector

    In-Soon kang | 2010, 25() | pp.57~109 | number of Cited : 12
    Abstract
    This paper aims to study on the employment status of the irregular women's worker in Gyeongnam region. The results of the study are as follows:At first, the wage of the irregular women's worker is lower than the wage at the nation land local level and the most of them work under 100 employee on a scale. Second, the most working motive of them is no chance in regular job. Third, their work experiences are more than 3 years and they didn't have idea to change the job. Forth, their union-member ratio is about 50% and the activities are more helpful to solve the labor problems than gender problems. the last, the unfair treatments to them are the discrimination in wage and allowances, welfare, worker-periods and non-recognition about work-career etc.
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    Yak-yong Chung's View on the Criminal Justice and Suggestions on Criminal Justice Policy

    Kim, Jin-Hyeok | 2010, 25() | pp.111~142 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    Criminal justice system in the modern society has not fulfilled its original purpose, and it seems due to the fact that the system has failed to take a comprehensive approach to criminal cases. The judiciary is taking a leading role in controlling crimes as the authorities, but as crime is a social problem, it can be resolved without cooperation from a social community. In this regard, Yak yong Chung’s view on the judiciary carries significance with regard to the modern criminal justice system. Dasan Yak yong Chung’s view on the criminal Justice is based on affection toward human being. For this reason, his teaching goes beyond his time and becomes relevant even today. As Yak yong Chung said, it seems necessary to innovate criminal justice institutions first in order to realize people oriented criminal justice. Efforts need to be made to reduce types of crimes and realize de empowerment. In addition, criminal justice officials need to be equipped with a sense of justice and integrity. Each institution needs to make cooperation to achieve purposes as if they were one body, and they need to focus on helping criminals returning to the society instead of being preoccupied with punishing them. In the meantime, a social community that existed in the past needs to be restored from the socio environmental perspectives. If a social community is restored based on consistent human relationships and if its members are attached to one another as if they were one family, it will create the first round of social safety net. If so, criminal justice institutions would be able to cooperatewith the social community to deal with career criminals or culprits. What is the most important thing is to change perception in the society so that hostility against criminals can be overcome and they can be accepted to the society once again.
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    A Study On the Cultural Characteristics of the Korean Industrialization and Democratization under Park Chung Hee's Regime

    정성기 | 2010, 25() | pp.143~192 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    This paper aims at exploring the cultural characteristics of korean industrializaton and democratization under the Park Chung Hee's Regime. For this aim, I studied the Masan Changwon area, which is one of the most important areas of 'industrial revolution' of korea and Puma uprising at the end of Park Chung Hee's Regime. This study shows that the 'industrial revolution' of Masan Changwon area is deeply related with the Confucian values, such as diligence, selp help, cooperation, royalty to nation, duty to parents. But the reason for the pusan masan people's uprising in 1979 is not confusian ideology itself of Park Chung Hee's regime. Rather,the reason for this uprising is disregard of the core values of confusianism, namely affection, justice, and traditional people's right of revolution. On the other hand, political leaders of democratization movement were mostly christians with Western orientation. In comparison with this korean case, the idea of Iranian anti government revolution in 1979 was Islamic and anti american. Today, it became more important to revitalize the traditional confusian core values in the crisis of western domocracy and globalization.
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    The Process and the role of Chinese Community in Vietnam

    김현재 | 2010, 25() | pp.193~235 | number of Cited : 7
    Abstract
    The Chinese community in Vietnam, which has been actively involved in the economic activities and trade with the mainland China, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan after the Economic Reform, is evaluated that it is recovering its economic role and position as to the level before South Vietnam lost war in 1975. The Chinese community in Vietnam has been maintained as minority group among various ethnicities residing in the country,even though Vietnam had long been hostile to China from Chinese Rule, in which China dominated the country for about one thousand years, to Independence period, to China Vietnam war in 1979. This is because the Chinese community in Vietnam retains its own cultural characteristics, and plays a unique role in the Vietnamese society. Therefore, to comprehend the process of formation of the Chinese community and its role in the society enables us to understand the past, present and the future of the Chinese community in Vietnam. This paper defines the Chinese people in Vietnam from the Vietnamese perspective, distinguishes the formation process of the community based on each period, from Chinese Rule, Independence period, Nguyen Dynasty, French colony, division of North and South, isolation period after its unification in 1975, to the present day after Doi Moi in 1986. In addition, this paper examines the role of the Chinese community in Vietnam in each period, and forecasts its roles and directions to go in the future.
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    A Study on the China's Land Reform Experience before Reform and Open Policy: Focused on the Rural Land Ownership

    박인성 | 2010, 25() | pp.237~264 | number of Cited : 7
    Abstract
    Before reform and open policy, China’s land reform experience could be divided 3 parts on the view of the policy changing base of Chinese communist party. The first period(1921-1949), from establishing Chinese Communist Party to foundation of P.R.C, propelled Land Revolution as a revolution strategy aims to secure support and participation of rural crowd. The second period(1949-1953), propelled Land Reform, that confiscate the landowner's and rich farmer's land and equally redistributed in the frame of continuing the existence of private land ownership over the whole country. And the third period(1953-1983), propelled collective and public ownership by establishing and managing Agricultural Collaboration Community and Peoples Comune. This study analyzed each process and the main issues on the point of the land ownership relation, and in the conclusion, synthesize the land policy implication for general aspects and for the aspects of unification process between South and North Korea.
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    Gaston Bachelard and Image of water

    송종인 | PARK, Tchi Wan | 2010, 25() | pp.265~303 | number of Cited : 9
    Abstract
    Bachelard is known for his own property studies of scientific philosophy and of philosophy of imagination. He pursued Fire-image which is related with the scientific ways of thinking, and after then he accomplished l'eau et les rêves(water and dream) that is dealt of Image of water. one of the four elements for imagination. There is the relationship of the images of water from Bachelard's work of l'eau et les rêves, especially in the premier to the third chapter. In these chapters, Bachelard showed us the dialectic movement between Life and Death in images of water. With his contemplating the opposition between the surface and the profound of water that correspond with the life and death, he insists that this dialectic imagination make it possible that the human get up to attain to the Beauty itself in the Cosmos. And we shed light on his ambiguity in images of water, which is consisted in the two schemes from one Image of water: <surface - life - Narcissus - beauty - swan - formal imagination> and <profound - death - dying mother - melancholy - hydra - material imagination>. In the conclusion, we come up the human imagination come into being by intermixture of the formal cause and the material cause.