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2022, Vol.59, No.

  • 1.

    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.
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    The Present Situation and Prospect of the Research on the Korean Provisional Government History in China and Strategies for Vitalizing the Research

    SON, SUNGWOOK | 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.
  • 3.

    Things that can't be said in the ‘post-’- A Commentary on the politics of the Poetry in the 2010s

    AHN,JIYOUNG | 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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    A Study of The Great Learning and the theory of maeum in the Sasang philosophy

    YE-JIN SON , Lim Byeong Hak | 2022, 59() | pp.75~97 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    In this paper, The correlation between the theory of maeum in Sasang philosophy and the Great Learning's academic content is investigated. The Sasang philosophy is based on the advanced Confucianism. In the Great Learning, the theory of maeum come to light through brilliant virtue(Myeongdeok) in SamGangRyeong, sincere in their thoughts(Seongui)․rectified their hearts(Jeongsim) in the clause of eight, and SaSimSeol of wrath(Bunchi)․terror(Gonggu)․pleasure and favorance(Huiho)․anxiety(Uhwan) First of all, Sa․Sim․Sin․Mul which are the core of the Sasang philosophy are originated in the Mulyubonmal and Sayujongsi and the Rectified their hearts(Jeongsim) and Moral training(Susin) in the clause of eight of in the Great Learning directly. And discussed on the correlation between Sa․Sim․Sin․Mul and the clause of eight directly. It is related that Sa and well their States & whole Kingdom(Chiguk․Pyeongchunha), Sim and the investigation of things & extension of knowledge(Gyeokmul․Chiji), Sin and the sincere in their thoughts & rectified their hearts(Seongui․Jeongsim), Mul and moral training and home management(Susin․Jega) respectively, and then discussed on the method of control from human nature and things to world and nation. In addition, We can know that Disliking stench(Oakchwi) and Liking good color(Hohosaek) are defined in the sincere in their thoughts(Seongui) in the clause of eight of the Great Learning, and then they are developed into maeum of hoseon and maeum of oak. The maeum of hoseon and maeum of Oak is developed into the theory of maeum of the Sasangin according to the Seonggi and Jeonggi of the Sorrow․Anger․Pleasure․Joy and the size of organs of the lungsㆍspleenㆍliverㆍkidneys. The Feelings of love and envy come to light through enlarging favorance and disfavor in the Great Learning, it is developing into the maeum of Hohyunraksun and Tuhyeonjilneung in the Gwangjeseol. The working of the maeum of disfavoring bad and favoring good conforms to the rule of yin and yang, it makes known human basic maeum. Finally, The four improper maeum become known as the four maeums of wrath․terror․enjoyment․anxiety in the Rectified their hearts(Jeongsim) in the clause of eight of the Great Learning. These are coupled with anger(Bunno)․sorrow(Biae)․pleasure and favorance(Huiho)․extravagance and joy(Chirak) that revealed from improper Maeums of Jeonggi of the sorrowㆍangerㆍpleasureㆍjoy. The Chirak of Taeeumin is connected with Horak, Biae of Soyangin is connected with Gongu, Heuho of Soeumin is connected with Uhwan, Bunno of Taeyangin is connected with Bunchi respectively. Besides, the Sasimseol is responding to the always maeums that fright(Geopsim)․fear(Gusim)․ urgent maeum(Geupbakjisim)․uneasiness(Bulanjeongjisim), and then the fright of Taeeumin is connected with enjoyment(Horak), the fear(Gusim) of Soyangin is connected with terror(Gongu), the uneasiness(Bulan) of Soeumin is connected with anxiety(Uhwan), the urgent maeum(Geupbak) of Taeyangin is connected with wrath(Bunchi) respectively.
  • 5.

    Aspects of Embodiment in Korean Language

    Byongcheol Jeong | 2022, 59() | pp.99~124 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    How can we understand concepts of various abstractness and complexity through language and share them with others? The embodied approach and the disembodied approach show two opposing views to answer this fundamental question. While the traditional disembodied approach assumes that the meaning of language is innate and can be computed through the manipulation of abstract symbols that transcend bodily experience, the embodied approach assumes that the meaning of language is learned through bodily experience and that it is constrained and influenced by bodily experiences, directly or indirectly. Therefore, ultimately, the embodied approach should be able to explain that the concept, the meaning of language, and even the form of language are generated or influenced by bodily experience and socio-cultural interaction. This study will discuss several pathways through which the meaning and form of the Korean language are generated and formed on the basis of bodily experience and social interaction. It is noticeable that conceptual metaphor, conceptual metonymy, image schemas and basic domains can somehow emerge solely on the basis of bodily experience, whereas language acquisition and the networks of constructions necessarily involve both bodily experience and socio-cultural interaction.
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    The Rise and Fall of M. N. Pokrovskii’s Historiography

    HO-YEON CHO | 2022, 59() | pp.125~156 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    In this paper, I intend to trace the process of the rise and fall of M. N. Pokrovskii’s historiography. At first, his childhood, his university life, and his social activities as a Bolshevik were explained. And I looked at how he gained a political and academic influence comparable to Stalin's in the Soviet Union after the Bolshevik Revolution. In these activities, of course, his academic ideology as a Marxist played a large role. Nevertheless, it is said that he was influenced by his teacher, Kliuchevskii, in his theory of commercial capitalism. Pokrovskii died in 1932, but his scholarship was completely denied as it was replaced by Stalin’s historiography. After Stalin was criticized in the mid-1950s, his historical studies were naturally rehabilitated. However, even after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the evaluation of his historiography still remains a complex matter.
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    A study on the economic field of Koreans through businesses in Masan during the Japanese colonial period

    YE-SEUL KIM | 2022, 59() | pp.157~186 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study specifically reviewed the economic areas that Koreans and Japanese wanted to lead in the region through the establishment trends of Masanbu companies, factories, and private businesses during the Japanese colonial period, and the circumstances of each ethnic group. Furthermore, it was attempted to determine the existence of the economic realm of Koreans under Japanese colonial rule by grasping the change in the location of businesses. Through this study (1) a total of 155 companies were established in Masanbu during the Japanese colonial period, and it was confirmed that both Korean and Japanese companies were concentrated in Wonmasan (=Masanpo), the traditional economic area. (2) A total of 116 factories were built in Masanbu, and in the case of Koreans, the factory site was centered on Wonmasan, while the Japanese used the entire Masanbu. (3) A total of 46 private commercial enterprises established in Masanbu during the Japanese colonial period were considerably reduced compared to the number of companies and factories. (4) What is notable is that the businesses were continuously concentrated in Wonjeong and Seokjeong, the former site of Chochang and the economic area of Koreans among various dongs in Masanbu. In addition, it was confirmed that in the two areas, Koreans formed 17 more businesses on expeditions and 18 on Seokjeong than Japanese. In short, Masanbu's 'economic backbone' continued from the traditional era to the old crafting grounds of Wonjeong and Seokjeong, and the Koreans not only maintained their economic activities and power in the two dongs despite the systematic and continuous advancement of the Japanese. Rather, it is noteworthy that it took the upper hand.
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    In the Early Days of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Response of Neighbors and Family and Boy’s Growth Massimo Gramellini, C'era una volta adesso( Italy Apartment)(2020)

    LEE, HAENG-SEON | 2022, 59() | pp.187~217 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    In February 2022, Masimo Gramellini's novel of C'era una volta adesso (2020.12) was translated into the title of Italy Apartment in Korea. In the background of Milano, a northern Italian city that suffered the most from the first pandemic of COVID-19 in the early days of March to early June 2020, Mattia, a 9-year-old boy, approaches the hero's adventure book of three months at his apartment and home. The author planned a growth novel in which Mattia(9 years old), who was quarantined in the house due to urban blockade and high-intensity quarantine, finds the meaning of his neighbors and family and establishes an attitude toward life. In short, this article attempted to examine the growth of boy Mattia through the impact of COVID-19 and quarantine life on neighborhood and family relations in Italy Apartment.
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    A Case Study of Self-Writing Class for University Students –Focused on ‘Introducing myself to me’ a writing educational plans through discourse analysis-

    MIN-GYU JEON , HYEON-JUN JO | 2022, 59() | pp.219~243 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The purpose of this article is to analyze the cases of self-writing classes for college students, focusing on the subject of Kyungwoon University's Writing for Me. In particular, the discourse strategy in terms of expressions and topics mainly used in the writing results was examined. Six questions are presented in Introducing Me, and the discourse producer develops the discourse using narrative development, argumentative development, and non-type development depending on the inner nature of the question. In questions that require reconstruction of past experiences, 'narrative development' is mainly used, and in questions that require expressing one's thoughts or opinions, 'argumental development' is mainly used. In addition, 'non-type development' is often used when expressing short expressions impressively. When defining oneself as a short sentence, 'non-typed development' is often used. And when the discourse theme develops in these development methods, the discourse producer's intention is realized through the expression of height, time, and citation. When the discourse producer recognizes the listener as an evaluator or a practical writing self-introductionI'll choose 'Hasipsio style', and I'll do the restSelect 'Haeyeo style' or a 'Haera style'. In addition, discourse producers can prove, emphasize, or predict their opinions through quotes. In the case of time expression, the past tense is used to present past experiences, and the present tense is used to present current opinions or ideas. Based on this discourse analysis, a writing education plan for 'Introducing myself to me' was suggested. Of the six questions, ① and ② guide you to use narrative developments that select experiences that fit the purpose of the question and describe what background you have experienced such events. ③, ④, and ⑤ guide the use of argumentative developments that present the opinions of discourse producers and find and describe reasonable grounds. ⑥ Silver instructs producers to set the advantages or characteristics they want to present, and to use non-formal developments that find and connect objects that can match them. In addition, when developing the text, it is guided to pay attention to the expression of height, time, and quoted expressions.
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    Rhetorical analysis of <Chaoxian miewang zhi yuanyin(朝鮮滅亡之原因)>

    DAE-IL MOON | 2022, 59() | pp.245~268 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Liang Qiqiao ostensibly sympathized with Joseon and criticized Japan in <Chaoxian miewang zhi yuanyin(朝鮮滅亡之原因)>, but in fact, he raised awareness among his citizens by finding the cause of the Joseon's collapse. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to analyze the rhetorical strategy used by Liang Qichao to persuade readers. The specific results of analyzing the text with a rhetorical methodology are as follows. In the area of thought, Liang Qiqiao formed a consensus with the reader by utilizing 'the site of authority', 'the site of cause and effect', and 'the site of connection'. In the field head part of the arrangement area, the reader's curiosity about the country of the Joseon Dynasty was effectively aroused. In the eolgeori section, the importance of the 'court' under the political system of Joseon was logically presented. In the part of clarification, the theme consciousness that the ruling class was the cause of the collapse of Joseon was clearly revealed through the syllogism and induction method. In the closing part, citing the case of Western countries similar to Joseon, it was emphasized once again that the cause of the country's collapse was not related to the land area and population. In the area of expression, Baebi method, Seolui method, and Simyu method were mainly used to help readers understand the reality of the Joseon Dynasty's ruin.
  • 11.

    Immigrants’ Cultural Capital and Consumer Acculturation: A Study of Immigrants from North Africa in Korea

    ELFATHI ZINEB , DJEDOUAN AMINA , JOO-HYOUNG JI and 1 other persons | 2022, 59() | pp.269~301 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study presents as a research problem how cultural capital of migrants affects their consumer culture transformation. To solve this research problem, we conducted in-depth interviews from January to March 2021 for 15 people who had moved from Morocco and Algeria to Korea for academic, business, and labor purposes. Based on the interviewers’ profiles and interview contents, we classified them into a high cultural capital group (9 people) and a low cultural capital group (6 people), and then analyzed the contents to find out what differences exist between these two groups in relation to establishing consumer identity through consumption in Korea. As a result, it was found that migrants with high cultural capital pursued hybrid identity mixed with Korean, original, and global identity through various consumption activities in Korea, and performed consumer identities by choosing appropriate consumption activities that are suitable for the situation. On the other hand, it was found that low cultural capital migrants could not attempt various identities through consumption due to a lack of knowledge of Korean language and culture, and this study named their identities as mono-identity that can be contrasted with hybrid identities. In addition, whereas high cultural capital migrants actively pursued global identity in Korea, low cultural capital migrants are not only maintaining but rather strengthening their home country's national identity through consumption. These results well reflect that, as Üststüner and Holt (2007) revealed, socioeconomic conditions play an important role in the formation of immigrant identity, but also show the possibility that economic and cultural capital roles may differ in this process.
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    Re-examination the Defensive Battle of Masan on the battle lines around the Nakdong River

    SUN-BOK HA | 2022, 59() | pp.303~328 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Today, many people are forgetting our tragic history of the Korean War, and although many of the battles on the battle lines around the Nakdong River each have its meaning, only studies on some areas are the main ones. In this situation, this study focused on the western and southern regions led by the U.S. military, which were relatively unknown on the battle lines around the Nakdong River, and among them, this study paid attention to the defensive battle of Masan between August and September 1950 when the 25th U.S. Division fought against the 6th and 7th North Korean People’s Army(NKPA) Divisions to defend Masan, the gateway to the temporary capital Busan. First, the process of the defensive battle of Masan was divided into three stages(reconnaissance battle in the west of Masan, counterattack operation by the Kean Special Task Forces, and battle in the northwest of Masan during the September offensive of NKPA) and examined them. And then this study examined the characteristics and importance of the defensive battle of Masan in three aspects(geographical characteristics, fierce mountain battles, and combined operations) and also thought about why it did not receive relatively much attention compared to other battles. Finally, this study made a proposal that considered the importance of this battle. Through this re-examination, this study attempted to properly inform the defensive battle of Masan, which is relatively less known than other battles in the history of the Korean War, and by reconsidering the significance and importance of the battle, this study tried to make the community and other people aware that it was as meaningful as other battles. When discovering and remembering these forgotten battles, the noble spirit of the patriots who wanted to protect the country will continue to the next generation.
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    A Study on the Integration of Ham Sek Hon's Political and Religious Ideas

    MUN-GU KANG | 2022, 59() | pp.329~351 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Ham Sok Hon's ideas, which has developed while maintaining a consilent, fusion, and open structure, can be properly understood from the perspective of the fusion and mutual influence of political and religious ideas. And his ideas are seen as important theoretical assets that can help in resolving the complex conflict structure of Korean society, which is worsening even after industrialization and democratization have been achieved.