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2007, Vol., No.40

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    Analysis of Actual Examples of Misused Words and Sentences(2)-Focusing on expressions appearing on various media-

    Kim,Kyonghwon | 2007, (40) | pp.25~48 | number of Cited : 6
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    Analysis of Actual Examples of Misused Words and Sentences(2) - Focusing on expressions appearing on various media - Kim, Kyong-hwon This thesis aims to search for basic materials for advisable writing education, after analyzing and classifying the cases of misused words and sentences in everyday life. First of all, the cases of the misuses appearing frequently on various media (such as book, newspaper, magazine, pamphlet, signboard, and bulletin) are arranged and classified depending upon their field and then analyzed. The cases are divided based on the regulations on the words and phrases of the Korean language, Korean language dictionaries, various grammar books, etc. The cases of the said misuses include the duplication of meaning, and the use of inappropriate conjunctions, wrong construction of sentences, and unnatural sentences which seem to be translated from foreign language expressions. Right writings should follow the grammar, which is about the construction and operation of linguistic terms in a legitimate way. This is an indispensable requisite for good writing. Any writing will lose its power of life if it is not composed in a logical and grammatical manner. That is why this study is intended to summarize the actual examples of misused words and sentences, identify preventive teaching methods, and promote right writing skills.
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    A Study on "I Am a Cat" and "The Literary Criticism" by Soseke Natsume

    Choi Myung Sook | 2007, (40) | pp.49~78 | number of Cited : 0
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    A Study on "I Am a Cat" and "The Literary Criticism" by Soseke Natsume Choi Myeong Sook This Study focuses on the relations of "I Am a Cat" and "The Literary Criticism" written by Natsume Soseke. Jonathan Swift whom he is analyzing in "The Literary Criticism" is his favorite English novelist. Especially this paper treats of Soseki borrowing Jonathan Swift's satirical method in a what way, in the middle of making an one-off short story into long story. And I argue that Soseki Natsume has wide application a digression that he learned in "A Tale of a Tub" written by Jonathan Swift.
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    The Government of the Tongue: Seamus Heaney and Practical Realism

    Kang, Min Gun | 2007, (40) | pp.79~106 | number of Cited : 0
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    The Government of the Tongue: Seamus Heaney and Practical Realism Kang, Min-gun Motivated with thinking of a literary theory so called decolonialism, the relationship between the decolonial discourse and Seamus Heaney's decolonial linguistic tactics is riding on a current issues in writings. I assume that a growing interest among readers reflects this prevailing enthusiasm for his work. His method and idea owe more to decolonial attitude more than that of the established poets in Ireland. His poetry has the proper qualities to absorb the devotees of 'decolonialism' which is still dominant in dealing with the poetry. Heaney have been witnessed historical moments of the death of his mother land, Ireland as well as of the Irish people, as the history of Ireland manifests. In doing so, the Irish people broke the cycle of imperial situation. The poet Heaney explored the traditional literature in Ireland, characterized by the effects of the experience of colonization and a sense of intellectual and spiritual deprivation. By way of this historical experience of authentic decolonization of his mother land, Heaney's aesthetics became, more and more, politicized against the crisis which the repressive force of imperialism caused to occur. Under this traumatic disasters of Ireland, Heaney's poetic quest makes him and practical struggle against the colonial power in a poetic way. To regard this, this thesis analyses Heaney's text focusing on the decolonialism expressed by his poetry. I try to examine the process of his poetic writings and its attitude against English colonialism. To do this, My major interest is in his realistic celticism and appropriated language employed in his poetry. And I attempt to search for the true Irishness which Heaney makes every effort to materialize the reality of Ireland in his poetry.
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    The Features and The Problems of Korean Modernization : Focusing on Chabol and Educational Enthusiasm

    yimunho | 2007, (40) | pp.107~132 | number of Cited : 5
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    The Features and The Problems of Korean Modernization: Focusing on Chabol and Educational Enthusiasm Moon-Ho Rhee This paper reflects on the process and the problems of Korean modernization by reviewing the cultural characteristics and the historical continuity of the Chaebol and the enthusiasm for education. It is pointed out that the Yangban-Family in Joseon Dynasty was a "small party" which pursued political power and that the development of the Chaebol and the enthusiasm for education reflects a "cultural phenomenon" which is generated by renewing the power-oriented features of the Confucian Yangban-Family in the modernization process. This renewing of the power-orientation has produced a double result; it has functioned as a catalyst for industrialization, having developed entrepreneurship with strong will to invest and to be educated. But on the other hand it has brought out the extremely high level of economic concentration, the cozy relation between politics and business, the hereditary management right, the overenthusiasm for education and the academical cliquism. This means that neither the modernization model of Western ideologues, nor models of Northeast Asia (the theory of "Confucian Capitalism") can properly explain the process and the problems of Korean modernization and that now a new discourse is needed to reflect on the Korea-specific ambivalence of the power- oriented cultural tradition.
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    The Educational Thought of Montaigne

    김성훈 | 2007, (40) | pp.133~156 | number of Cited : 2
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    A Study on Art Culture Application and humane Thinking in German Ecological Community and Korean Ecological Village

    전선자 | 2007, (40) | pp.157~188 | number of Cited : 0
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    A Study on Art Culture Application and humane Thinking in German Ecological Community and Korean Ecological Village Cheon Seon Ja The nation has searched for a feasibility in the community through 'creation of ecological village' as a project to newly design the future of Korean society. Many modern people with definite subjective awareness, earnestly try to find out or create a social culture where they can break way from complete devotion called develop and growth, and feel common possession and hope of diverse actual life culture to give life vitality. And they perceive that such culture and wish is not achieved by any political policy or institution brought up by a government, agency or enterprise, but accompanied by a change of each member creating, namely, 'upward' change. 'Ecological villages projects' under way by the development plan of a village have induced 'voluntary' participation of residents, made effort to push ahead with 'resident initiated-type' village project for the residents, by the residents, expanding its goal to 'village initiated-type' all the village community takes responsibility for the project results. However, to realize it, all villages need the 'competence expansion' of all subjects, which is for leaders as well as entire local residents. Such competence expansion and solidification should be sought in a diverse aspect. Of them, it urgently requires knowledge on 'Art culture Application' to turning local life culture to peculiar cultural item, its operation system, and life-long level 'humane Education'. Only so the life and Art Culture of residents should be mature in the culture of 'face-to-face group'.
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    Phenomenological Analysis on Environment as a Cultural Content

    Seung Ug Park | 2007, (40) | pp.189~212 | number of Cited : 0
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    Phenomenological Analysis on Environment as a Cultural Content Park, Seung Ug The Point of this article is to examine various responses to the so-called "ecological crisis". Since 1960s the problem of environment has become a global issue and the arguments on it increase explosively in number. Conclusions of arguments always have pointed out with a voice, "Let's save the earth!" Despite of this agreement however the answers to the question, what we have to do, are different. So Ecologists have demanded the radical change of 'dominant paradigm'. But in order to solve environment problems we need global agreement. And it is not a simple task. In this point the significance of environment education has a essential meaning. I will expose in this article viewpoints of three world-famous animations on ecological crisis in phenomenological attitude, and suggest what we need to deal with the environment problem. as a cultural content.
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    Research on Word-building of Inscriptions on West Zhou Dynasty Bronze Ware

    Joo, Kang Hun | 2007, (40) | pp.213~226 | number of Cited : 0
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    Research on Word-building of Inscriptions on West Zhou Dynasty Bronze Ware JOO KANG HUN In the realm of researches on Chinese grammar history, vocabulary history and etymology, language of Yin and Zhou Dynasty is well worth attention. The reason is that so far as what we have of reliable language materials, Yin and Zhou Dynasty is the earliest period in Chinese language history that we can trace back. A sure knowledge of the language facts of this period is helpful for us to know the successive relation and new phenomenon in language of the following period. Ever since West Zhou Dynasty, polysyllabic words have always been increasing in number and word-building has shifted from monosyllabic words to polysyllabic words. Therefore, we try to understand the word-building of polysyllabic words in West Zhou Dynasty through the research on inscriptions on West Zhou Dynasty bronze ware.
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    Modernity of Zhang Zi-Ping's Early Love Stories

    안병삼 | 2007, (40) | pp.226~244 | number of Cited : 0
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    Modernity of Zhang Zi-Ping's Early Love Stories An, Byung-Sam This article studies Zhang Zi-ping, the most popular “love stories” writer in the late twenties and early thirties. It points out that the popularity of Zhang Zi-ping among the young readers was in fact due to a modernity of his writing. Hence, his love stories provided the readers with sensational pleasure on one hand, and enabled them to participate in the criticism of the most fashonable social topics on the other. Zhang Zi-ping’s love stories certainly have Modernity of novel. It is to be classified into two items. that is modernity of novel’s contents and modernity of novel’s formal. Let’s see modernity of novel’s contents. First,There is a spirit of modernity about Zhang Zi-ping’s love stories. Zhang Zi-ping expressed his modern opinion at his works. for example, contemporary love, respect for man’s life and dignity, consciousness of criticism, a rebellious spirit。Second,There is a great change in character sketch about Zhang Zi-ping’s love stories. Zhang Zi-ping described vividly general citizens, not a great man. Third,There is a character description and psychological description about Zhang Zi-ping’s love stories. The character of the hero is well described. Let’s see modernity of novel’s formal. First,Zhang Zi-ping’s love stories used mixing description. Second,Zhang Zi-ping’s love stories used different narration visual point. Third,ZhangZi-ping’slovestoriesusedseveralnewcreative techniques. Forexample, Romanticism, Naturalism, Modernism, and so on. In conclusion,Modernity of Zhang Zi-ping’s love stories rendered great service to the literary profession.
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    Interpretational Differences in Conjoined Wh-questions:English vs. Korean/Chinese/Japanese

    조성은 | 2007, (40) | pp.245~263 | number of Cited : 0
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    Interpretational Differences in Conjoined Wh-questions: English vs. Korean/Chinese/Japanese Interpretational Differences in Conjoined Wh-questions: English vs. Korean/Chinese/Japanese Sungeun Cho English-type languages and Korean/Chinese/Japanese-type languages are well-known to differ with respect to the surface position of wh-words in interrogatives. English who must move from its base position to Spec-CP. By contrast, the Korean, Chinese, and Japanese counterparts of who may remain in situ. English and Korean, Chinese/Japanese wh-questions exhibit an associated difference in ATB constructions. English conjoined wh-questions like (1), involving overt ATB movement is ambiguous. (1) Which person does John like and Mary admire? (1) has a preferred reading, on which it asks a single question about a single individual; this "single question reading" is represented in (2a). Alternatively, (1) has a less‑preferred reading, on which it asks a conjunction of questions; the "multiple question reading" is represented in (2b). (2) a. which person x, John likes x and Mary admires x ? (possible answer: "Maxine") b. which person x, John like x and which person y, Mary admires y? (possible answer: "John likes Maxine and Mary admires Alice") Interestingly, the Korean/Chinese/Japanese counterparts of (1), with wh in-situ are not similarly ambiguous. Only multiple question readings are present in-situ cases. Single question readings only occur with fronted wh-phrases. In this paper, we explore the interpretational differences of conjoined wh-questions between two types of languages.