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2020, Vol.52, No.

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    A study on strengthening the role of creative drama through Jesa (제사)

    Kim Namseok | 2020, 52() | pp.5~28 | number of Cited : 2
    In 1935 the activities of the Geugyesuryeonguhoe were a series of hardships due to bad luck and censorship. In addition, in order to solve these problems, the Geugyesuryeonguhoe tried to renew the operation plan of the theater company by announcing a new policy in 1936. In the process, the 8th regular performance was a turning point to testify to the aftermath of bad luck and symbolically lead to the start of a new operation plan. However, the academic approaches to these eighth performances were incomplete. Among them, the research on Jesa which was published as a creative play has not been conducted in earnest. This study aimed to supplement these problems and aim to highlight the performance and symbolism of Jesa. Fortunately, the script and the photo of the performance remained, and some additional materials were preserved, so it was possible to highlight the significance and value of the performance. Jesa is a work depicting the expression of feminine desire and the conflict caused by it, and was a play where the appearance of a mother gave a very impressive image.
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    Time horizon of financial government

    kwon changgyu | 2020, 52() | pp.29~49 | number of Cited : 2
    This study deals with the time horizon of financial capitalism as a cultural study of finance. This study aimed at focusing on the aspects of financial governance of neoliberal societies that made finance the main means of accumulation and dispossession by discussing the financialized time. Compared to the industrial exploitation structure in the era of industrialization, the pattern of exploitation of financial capitalism is not well understood, but it is worth noting that finance is not an option and an opportunity, but an obligation and a coercion. In the process of pursuing capitalist profits, time reduction is a basic strategy, and loans and investments are the two main financial activities related to time. Specifically, this discussion divided the debtor's time and the investor's time in a methodological manner. The time spent on loans and investments all relate to the future, and the present is foreclosed. Time passing through the past, the future and the present is the key structure in creditocracy. Investments, which deal with future risks, frequently block future possibilities and raise risks by investing in derivatives. This discussion reinforced the research focused on debtor government by dealing with borrowers and investors in the time horizon of financial government, and discussed financial government as a whole. Furthermore, this study was intended to contribute to a comprehensive grasp of the aspects of financialized subjects.
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    Semantic Maps of the Polysemous Verb ‘draw’ - A Lexical Typological Approach -

    HEE-RAN JUNG | 2020, 52() | pp.51~74 | number of Cited : 0
    This study is to analyze the English verb ‘draw’ and the Korean Verb ‘ggulda’ based on the Lexical Typology (François 2008) and shows its semantic maps of the two verbs. This paper presents the idea of colexification which was suggested by François (2008). For the research, this study analyzed and compared the objective noun collocations in English and Korean corpus respectively. The results from the comparison study are as follows; first, DRAW has five senses, {attract}, {pull}, {extract}, {depict} and {drag} and each sense can be divided into smaller semantic areas. For example, {attract} has two areas; <attention> and <reaction>, {pull} has two; <on-ground>, <off-ground>, {depict} has two; <line>, <picture>. Secondly, English colexifies all the senses except for the sense, {drag}. Although Korean colexifies three senses, {attract}, {pull} and {drag}, there are some senses which don’t colexify {extract} and {depict}. Lastly, this study also shows the semantic maps of the two verbs based on the results.
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    The Factors Influencing The Intention of Persistence in Romantic Relationship: Actor and Partner Effect

    jisu, kim | Jaehong Ko | 2020, 52() | pp.75~101 | number of Cited : 0
    The present study tested the Rusbult’s investment model with dyadic couples in romantic relationships, measuring the persistence of romantic relationships as an behavioral intention of persistence. First, specifically, the current research investigated if commitment to a relationship mediates which of the independent variables among intention of persistence and the three independent variables in the investment model. Second, using the APIM, the present research not only explored the impacts of the three independent variables on commitment, but those of commitment on persistence intentions in terms of actor effect and partner effect. To analyze the magnitude of actor effect and partner effect by gender, data was collected from 81 couples both online and offline that measures satisfaction with and commitment to associations, investment size, and persistence intentions. Major findings are as follows: (i) satisfaction with associations turned out to a variable influencing intention of persistence in and commitment to relationships most among the three independent variables. And commitment to associations proved to a mediator between satisfaction and persistence intentions as well as between investment size and persistence intentions, respectively while it did not mediate between quality of alternatives and intention of persistence; (ii) couples showed reciprocity in the intention of persistence, but not in the commitment; (iii) Regarding satisfaction, commitment by investment size, and persistence intentions due to commitment, the actor effect was overall larger than the partner effect. Particularly, men and women remained about the same in actor effect, but females’ partner effect turned out to be larger concerning the effect of commitment on persistence intentions.
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    A Review of the History Articles in 『그리스도신문(The Christian News)』

    Mi-Jeong Kang | 2020, 52() | pp.103~123 | number of Cited : 0
    The purpose of this article was to explore - based on 37 historical articles in The Christian News- whether it was reading materials for the selection and the Christian way reading according to the Christian context or closer to the inspiration of history recognition which had become a major concern for Modernization Period.Through this, I suggested to get a good understanding of the meaning of historical articles in The Christian News Accordingly, in Chapter 2, I examined the general status of historical articles in The Christian News, and in Chapter 3, I discussed characteristics of historical articles focusing on <Dongguk History> which account for a large number of historical articles in The Christian News Thus, I've been able to confirm that The Christian News was quoted by translating  Dongguktonggam which is the first chronological history that was completed in the Sungjong Dynasty. I also confirmed the article contents in The Christian News were same with the contents of  Regular subject Dongguk History written by Hyun Chae in 1889 and published by the department as a history textbook. Through these two facts, I was able to tell that Regular subject Dongguk History was written on the basis of Dongguktonggam. Considering this point, The Christian News, which contained 37 historical articles from 1901 to 1902, is an important material that shows the link between Joseon Dynasty history books and modern Enlightenment history textbooks. And it may have served as an important stepping stone for teaching history to more readers by writing the contents of the 『Regular subject Dongguk History』 - was published in a mixed style of writing Korean with Chinese characters in 1889 - in pure Korean.
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    Linguistic Empathy and its Implications in Korean Grammar

    Jeong-Woo Kim | 2020, 52() | pp.125~168 | number of Cited : 1
    In this paper, we presents a unified theory of the pre-final ending {-deo-} in Korean. In particular, we propose that the {-deo-} in Korean functions as a grammatical morpheme triggering the change of a speaker's empathy. The {-deo-} has been usually regraded as either a retrospective marker or a reported (i.e. indirect) marker among Korean linguists. By introducing a new concept of ‘empathy,’ however, we attempt to explain the information structure of the {-deora} construction in a uniform way. Empathy refers to a speaker’s individual perception or experience about the given event, and it consists of three major categories; that is, the place where the event happened, the time when the event took place, and the speaker’s emotional experience about the given event. In the hierarchical (or linear) structure of a sentence, the {-deo-} tier is used to show the change or shift of a speaker’s empathy from utterance point(including time, space, attitude) to reference point. In other words, in the {-deo-} level of structure, a speaker’s empathy returns to the specific point of the past event, which was once neutral to the speaker’s mind. As discourse indicator denoting the shift of a speaker’s empathy, the {-deo-} leads a hearer to be sympathized with the speaker’s instantaneous recognition about the given event. The concept of empathy or the shift of empathy can account for the previously observed complicated semantic and discourse effects in an integrated way. In addition, the change of a speaker’s empathy can be attested in other Korean sentences containing reflexive pronoun {jagi} and discourse markers {-do}, {-man}, and {-neun}. Accordingly, the analysis of the {-deo-} in Korean can be satisfactorily accomplished in the information structure level, but not in the morpho-syntactic level.