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2011, Vol.28, No.

  • 1.

    A Study on MasanWriter Club(1913) and Regional Literature of Masan City in the early stage of modern era

    Park Tae Il | 2011, 28() | pp.5~33 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The purpose of this writing is to introduce the environment of Masan literature in the early stage of modern era, the first modern magazine MasanWriter Club(1913) and Gim Gwang Je(1966~1920) who published it. Firstly, Masan City, is one of the modern cities which adopted the new culture early. In the early stage of modern era around 1910, there appeared overlapping phenomenon between traditional Chinese literature and new Korean literature. Gim Gwang Je, an intellectual from Chungcheongnam-do, published MasanWriter Club at this time. He started patriotic activities after leaving government position in 1905. In 1907, he led National Debt Repayment Movement. And then he acted vigorously in academic society. After 1910, he made an effort on publication, labor and industrial enlightenment campaign in Masan City. At the same time, he tried to work on The age of Enlightenment Chinese literature apart from anti-ethnic Chinese literature which spread in Seoul at that time. MasanWriter Club is the result of his effort. Five kinds of writings were included in the book, which were interpretation of the Classical Canon, prose, poem,The way of categorization aimed to cover both old and new literature. The consideration for new literature was somewhat passive. The book contained attitude of Gim Gwang Je, who never give up the will of patriotic enlightenment. In the future, active explanation for Gim Gwang Je’s life and thought will be required. So as for the people related to MasanWriter Club and the research for the stream of Masan City literature afterward.
  • 2.

    The Concept of the Individual as an Ethical Being in Early Confucian Philosophy

    Eunkang Koh | 2011, 28() | pp.35~56 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    This study explores the concept of the “individual” as found in major works related to ancient Confucian philosophy. Any debate over the merits of the concepts of modern and post-modern philosophy must inevitably include the individual. This concept also plays a central role in other debates, including those related to the notions of Asian values and an East Asian Community. The attachment of any true significance to this massive undertaking is predicated on preliminary attempts to conceptualize the “individual” reflected in the various contexts of Asian philosophy that constitute the foundation of the myriad of thoughts found in East Asian society. Based on this particular approach to the matter, this study analyzes the “individual” as exhibited in the early Confucian philosophical works that formed the foundation of traditional East Asian thought. This study pays particularly close attention to the concepts of the individual found in the Confucian Analects, from which the precursive notions that constitute the main concepts of Chinese and East Asian philosophy flow. Special attention is paid to “self-construction achieved through practicing the self.” More to the point, based on bibliographies of early Confucian philosophy such as Mencius and Xunzi, this study seeks to deduce the implications of the definition of the concept of the “individual” as a “self-construction achieved through practicing the self.”
  • 3.

    Civilization Conflict in “Indian Camp”

    Lee Jong Moon | 2011, 28() | pp.57~70 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    Ernest Hemingway's first novel, In Our Time is discussed as a collection of short stories reflecting his own experiences. Among the fifteen stories, “Indian Camp” foreshadows many of the themes and techniques of his subsequent novels and best introduces his thought and art. In “Indian Camp”, Hemingway describes Nick Adams's journey into the unknown. A very young Nick witnesses moments of pain, birth, and death and is initiated into the adult world. This story reaches a climax when Nick's awareness of evil causes him to turn away from the experience in the cabin. At the end of the story, Nick feels sure that he would never die and denies death. That leads to his calm affirmation of eternal life and resolution not to succumb to fear in later life. But if we read this story carefully, we understand that there is civilization conflict between the whites and natives. As some critics suggest, Uncle George is the father of the baby and the Indian husband commits suicide because of his wife's unfaithfulness. Doctor Adams and Uncle George represent the civilization of the white man and intruder, and symbolize the new order. In this respect, the birth of a half-breed baby shows how the old culture is born and fused into the new culture. The baby is a mixture of both cultures. Therefore “Indian Camp” is a parable of the gradual intrusion and supplanting of one culture upon another.
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    A Study on the Development of Marine Tourist Destination with the Orange Cruise and the Port

    Kyesung Ko | 2011, 28() | pp.71~86 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract
    This paper outlines and discusses the development of marine tourist destination with orange cruise line and the ports of Noryuk, Jangheung, and Seongsan, Jeju. A new high-speed ferry to Jeju has changed that paradigm. The ferry cuts down the journey from the time and money to less than two hours and low costs. Several regions are trying to follow this success scenario because its impacts are unexpectable in regional society. Its purpose aims to identify the development of marine tourist destination with two areas, Seongsan and Jangheung. Several suggestions are mentioned such as making fund, new development area between undeveloped field and regional-based industry, multi-complex port with various functions, win- win promotions between two regions to gain tourism competitiveness, cooperation with other tourism resources for gaining synergy effect, and new marine attractions to attract marine tourists and potential visitors. The future research should focus on the guideline about successful model that may be useful in applying the vitality concept in regional tourism planning.
  • 5.

    A study on the nationalism of Shin, Chae-ho's KKumhanul

    Jeon, Byung-Joon | 2011, 28() | pp.87~104 | number of Cited : 5
    Abstract
    The purpose of this article is to look into Shin, Chae-Ho's idea through novel, KKumhanul. He proposed to describe the history as the history itself to overcome the colonial repression. He reached the conclusion that the history is the struggle between Ah[me] and Bi-Ah[you]. Since the struggle is the fundamental ground of the history, the history should change. KKumhanul is the novel to assert that we should hold stick to the nationalism to survive colonial aggression.
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    Accountability of Teacher Training Institutes Reviewed from A Systematic Perspective

    SeongYul Kim | 2011, 28() | pp.105~133 | number of Cited : 7
    Abstract
    Teacher training institutes are a kind of system, consisted of inpu-process-output. This study aims to clarify the conceptual structure, to grasp the status quo of implementation, and to suggest strengthening strategies of accountability of teacher training institutes from a systematic perspective. First, the conceptual structure of accountability of teacher training institutes is analysed at national, institutional, and individual levels in three dimensions-input, process, and output, respectively. Second, the status quo of implementation of accountability of teacher training institutes is discussed based on the data reported in previous studies. Lastly, some plans and strategies are suggested to strengthen teacher training institutes at national, institutional, and individual levels. At the national level, three suggestions are made, including expanding scholarship support regardless of public or private institutes; at the institutional level, seven suggestions are made, including improving teacher training programs provided in the teacher training institutes; at the individual level, four suggestions are made, including strengthening professional competencies of faculty members of teacher training institutes.
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    A Study on Source of Killer Contents in Gyeongnam Area : focused on Gaya Tales

    Kim, yong-hwan | 2011, 28() | pp.135~156 | number of Cited : 6
    Abstract
    This paper attempted to find latent possibilities capable of converting into a killer contents for Gyeongnam area, focusing on Gaya Tales. The study is based on a premise that historic space of Gaya almost correspond with Gyeongnam area. So I posit Gaya Tales as original source that appeal to residence. A Development of contents by utilizing cultural heritage in Gyeongnam area is the figuration of culture archetype. Not only does it contribute to reinforcement of cultural ties, but it also contribute to regional economy activation and brand value. Therefore successful contents produce a virtuous circle that can help increase self-worth and improve the quality of life. One of the most important thing is storytelling in process of contents production. Local authority has to procure and cultivate talented storyteller on a long term basis.
  • 8.

    Reality and society sensation of <Don't cry for me Sudan>

    Shin, Won-Seon | 2011, 28() | pp.157~179 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    This thesis is consider it in on two counts bearings of reality and society sensation in a meaning of documentary films <Don't cry for me Sudan>. An expository reality of <Don't cry for me Sudan> make believe in the audience that watch screen is objective reality. In this trust moved the audience very deeply. and in this touching is force in society sensation The art form aspects, <Don't cry for me Sudan> beat its Situational limits by having a film editing. A countrymade old film footage of the priest Yi tae -seok living years is strike fire from the heart of man through the process of film editing The substance aspects, <Don't cry for me Sudan> keeled over the standardized worth to the success and happiness, And shows symbol of leadership the Korean society’s desired and dreams. priest Yi tae -seok's life and death provided made the audience cry with a chance to reflect on about selfish living. Also Yi tae -seok's Leadership show actions speak far louder than words. The best thing about this documentary was its factual description of priest Yi tae -seok lives. His realistic of life created a sensation among the audience. In conclusion, As a documentary film just enjoying trying and exploring diverse documentary styles. Nevertheless <Don't cry for me Sudan> proved documentary sincerity touch the audience deeply, not a documentary styles.
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    A Study on Coloniality of Jinhae's New Town Planning by Japanese Imperialism

    허정도 | 2011, 28() | pp.181~210 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    The focus of this research is in the specific area of Jinhae city and how it has been composed to form a new town for the Japanese Navy and only the Japanese. It also discusses what happened during the process. The reason why Japan chose Jinhae as a naval base was that they wanted to deploy a base in Southern Sasebo (佐世保) and northern Jinhae around Tsushima in order to secure the command of the Straits of Korea. Furthermore there was a strategy to dominate the Sea of Eastern Asia based on this. Jinhae is not like any other colonial cities that the Japanese moved into an existing urban area. It became a city to the end that the naval port and new town were constructed as their military force needed it after expelling residents who had peacefully lived there, with its beautiful coast and fertile land. Japan did not give the matter any earnest regard in terms of the law and procedure in the process of new town construction, because the land had already progressed their colony. The history of coercion and pillage in the small city at the end of the Korean Empire when the prestige of country was on the decline illustrates the contradiction of the history of modern cities in Korea. The following four findings were confirmed from this study. First, the construction of a new town and naval base in Jinhae was a typical colonial policy project, which is thoroughly reflected as compulsory plunder under the rule of Japanese imperialism. Although there was a stubborn resistance from residents, it was inadequate to interrupt brutality. Second, despite the fact that Japanese military authorities highly valued the naval base in Jinhae for its optimal conditions for manufacture and repair, the naval dockyard was only used for repair due to Koreans not being initiated in the ship construction. For this reason, there is a need for a more actual and exact re-evaluation of the status of the naval base in Jinhae, which is only known as ‘the best and the biggest’. Third, the plan of the new town began with an arrangement of the old gigantic Nettle Tree in the middle of Joongwon Square, which is the core space of the city. As a result it became a symbol of the traditional town and the Japanese city, before and after the construction of the new town. It should be considered replanting(再植) the Nettle Tree both historically and ecologically. Fourth, in the meantime, city research about Jinhae has been focused on the new town and has not been concerned with ‘Gyeounghwa Dong’ as an isolated area for Koreans. The urban social historic research is required for ‘Gyeounghwa Dong’ which was in charge of an important role for the urban space in Jinhae. Even though it happened 100 years ago, it is still a current issue as it could be ruminated on our society where the excluded social weak group from their land still exists during the construction process of the new town of Jinhae.
  • 10.

    Preventive behavior and social inequalities in Germany: A cohort-based study of middle-aged people

    Peter Enste | Josef Hilbert | Sebastian Merkel | 2011, 28() | pp.211~237 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The aim of this study is to present a survey of the different preventive behaviors of middle-aged people. Our hypothesis is that many social inequalities are also present in the different types of preventive behaviors. As a methodological tool we conducted telephone interviews with 1,093 people in the age-cohort 45 to 65 years. The results show that the preventive behavior can be distinguished in five types differing in the degree of the various measures and activities. The factors income and personal responsibility play a major role and have effects on the preventive measures. Furthermore we proved cohesion between subjective state of health and the preventive behavior.