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2011, Vol.50, No.50

  • 1.

    ‘ㄹ’ final stems and Optional realization of ‘으’ in Jeonju dialect

    euna baek | 2011, 50(50) | pp.5~21 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study is aimed to examine optional realization of ‘으’ after final consonant ‘ㄹ’ of the stems in Jeonju dialect. We can account for ‘으’realization after final consonant ‘ㄹ’ of the stems with speaker’s intention to block the application of phonological rule. If complicated paradigm is happened, the speaker try to exchange paradigm by intention. Therefore when combine final consonant ‘ㄹ’ of the stems with (으)CX, ‘으’ is realized. So speaker can simplify paradigm of inflection.
  • 2.

    Language management policy of Korea - Focusing on public language improvement policy -

    황용주 | 2011, 50(50) | pp.23~45 | number of Cited : 25
    Abstract
    The purpose of this article is to examine the public language in language management policy of Korea. This essay covers the definition and background of public language, the improvement public language policy which is propelling from the government. It also includes the conditions abroad and suggestion of public language policy. Improvement public language policy does not appear in a sudden, it was caused by social change and it reflects a language policy environment. This article introduces the improvement public language policy which is centered on Korean Language official, Public Language Promotion Department. Last but not least, this article is also to introduce the improvement of the system, the bond of sympathy developed in the language community,three educational ways.
  • 3.

    Festival as a Cultural Product and Using Narrative

    Kwon Eun Young | 2011, 50(50) | pp.47~70 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    Narrative fascinates people and changes their recognition and can also induce their behavioral changes. This point of narrative is significant in festivals and is being used to enhance festivals as a cultural product. Myths before modern times explain the reason for the existence of festivals, strengthen continuance, and present models for festival behaviors. As you can see from the case of ‘Chunhyang Festival’, narrative still provides the ground for the occurrence and continuance of festivals and also the source to organize a festival program. Thus, even though the priority is placed on economic effect, if a narrative of the region is used to induce people’s empathy, it is expected that successful festivals which can even satisfy the participants spiritually can be realized. To attain this,it is necessary to collect and excavate various stories related with the region and spread those using various methods appropriate for the features of each narrative like books, story-telling contests, textbooks, or animation. If an adequate theme is chosen among those narratives to prepare a festival, the festival will gain successful results in terms of securing tourism attraction as well as the local people’s identity and emotional unification and also connection of local cultures.
  • 4.

    Family's Rebirth through Poetry

    PARK YOUNG WOO | 2011, 50(50) | pp.71~92 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    Poetry is at once the product of interest in human beings and the records about true relief of human beings. Literature is a path to looking into the essence of life, developing self-reflection and self-enlargement and finding oneself as he or she really is. In addition, poetry is a study about human beings,that is, it is a research of human beings and their lives. Poetry is a story of one's self and his or her family and neighbor. It is the records of scars between them. While a poet tries to understand his or her self and the identity of family,he or she can feel self-growth and enjoy happiness of healing scars seated deep in mind. This study is to investigate 'the nature of modern family' in view of family dissolution which has been deepened since 2000s. The purpose of this study is to embody the nature of family in 4 aspects:first, father's image, a tragic self-portrait of this age - second, mother's image,an avatar of endurance and waiting - third, husband and wife's image as fellow travellers - lastly, a place of reconciliation and mutual understanding among family members. This study is focused on finding out the poetic meaning of family as a place of treatment and reconciliation, where one can restore life to the original state.
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    A Study of Oh Jeong Hee's 「Dong Gyong」 through the philosophy of Heidegger

    심재호 | 2011, 50(50) | pp.93~115 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    Heidegger, because there is a question the existence of its own existence 'Dasein' he says. Dasein is similar with the main character in the novel, Oh. Oh, a novel, 「Dong Gyong」in the life of the hero no-essentially showing distinctly the 'ordinary', 'fear', 'Death of a symbol is divided by the review,the results shown below are consistent with the main characters' lives that no-essentially was found. First, usually the second to them, out of fear that the phenomenon of death 'horror' feel to run away from there. Seen as the third symbol of death or the death no-essentially between the original can not be denied that certain truths revealed in the assurance of certainty if the Dasein, is Dasein's dead certainty that he is the truth. Oh, consistently appearing in the novel sense of existential anxiety Co.,availability of human progress toward death is telling. 'All humans are going toward death,' the perception is embedded in the lives of the characters are keenly felt that the reaction was found. Eventually the presence of human beings, unlike other things, understanding that its presence feature death as in life, so this is because the analysis of the human being.
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    A Study on the Representation of Modern City Represented of Mo Ran Bong

    Eom, Suk-hui | 2011, 50(50) | pp.117~136 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The aim of this study is to examine the representation of modern city represented of Mo Ran Bong. In the time of enlightenment, various genres of literature appeared. These literatures contain drastic social changes. Shinsosul is a representative genre among them. Thus Shinsosul contained the image of modern city through people's daily life of the Joseon Dynasty in the time of enlightenment. Therefore this study had an interest in modern city of the Joseon Dynasty in the time of enlightenment of Mo Ran Bong. So this study looked at the representation of modern city represented of Mo Ran Bong in the enlightenment space. This study analyzed the migratory routes of peoples such as San Francisco, Pyeongyang, Incheon, Kyungsung of Mo Ran Bong. Thus this study got this result that the various representation of modern city had been made in the enlightenment space. First of all, this study drew a conclusion that San Francisco's representation was very laid-back as a modern metropolis in Mo Ran Bong. And conclused that Pyeongyang which was the first city that opened the door to Western civilization had a modern city's representation with characteristics of premodern thinking. Finally, This study drew a conclusion that Incheon and Kyungsung which since the late 19th century, western civilization has been flooding into there, has been become the modern center city.
  • 7.

    A Study on the relations between Korean Traditional marriage and Mudanggut

    Lee, Young-Bae | 2011, 50(50) | pp.137~159 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract
    Our recognition of traditional marriage is passive, inactive, and negative. Specially, The recognition of shamanic elements in traditional conjugal rite is very negative, even grotesque. These aspects were caused by acceptance without condition Western culture. Above all, we unqualifiedly accepted the theory of social evolution in Western culture. Therefore, we ignored our own culture, thus were negative it. This paper explored the traces of our traditional marrige culture. secondly, it analyzed shamanic elements of traditional conjugal ceremony. thirdly, discussed the marriage of the soul. Specially, This study described and analyzed the central characteristics of this marriage. Finally, discussed the relations between korean traditional marriage and mudanggut, and made the positive meaning and value of it.
  • 8.

    The typical characteristics and the meanings of <Chonpyongku geon>

    김명선 | 2011, 50(50) | pp.161~191 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    This manuscript was looked over the aspects of mutual negotiation between the practice of hauled scene and the story of the criminal records to grasp the typical characteristics and the meaning, making 'Yu Jae Jyp by Yu Jae, Ki Myon Song and 'Jeong Pyeong Gu Jeon made of 'Kwon Ji Yuk the text. And we considered carefully the structural meaning the aesthetic characteristics. More than all, the personal transmission of Jeong Pyong-gu is the text established in the literature interacting the structure of substantial development that is located in the center of the event adequately with facts and fictions in the state preserved models and the forms of personal collection intactly in the late Jo Son Dynasty. Therefore in the component form of the collection as the part of whereabouts of the text, we could understand that the common substantial change was taking place while historical tales, fables and factual histories were interacting. Consequently, due to open nature of the ‘Jeon(전)’, by the legendary motif of this manuscript, the personal transmission of Jeong Pyong Gu is the work with various conditions that can cause the substantial change easily in the course handed down orally by the historical time difference. And the attitude of narration and the point of view of the complier remain intact in the commentary part of the text. But now and then there is indirect periphrastic criticism about the problem of selection of fit persons of ‘Gadamhangeo(가담항어)’ in the late Jo Son Dynasty. Furthermore since the transmission of character adds interest while literary aesthetic character-wit, satire and humor-are operating as the dramatic reversal of development of the event, we can learn that it is a personal collection that laminated literary feature realized the expression of popular consciousness in the late Jo Son Dynasty permeated intactly in the practical personal transmission.
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    A Study on the Emotions Shown in Lee Haeng’s Exilic Poetry

    Kim, Eunji | 2011, 50(50) | pp.193~215 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is identifying the poetic emotion shown in the poem made by Lee Haeng while exiling in Chungju, Haman province and Geoje Island. The centralism of early Chosun period slowly collapsed during the middle age and the society was in chaotic situation with the four events of massacre of scholars. Hence, the some people who entered the government service accomplished their will or some were exiled by losing the political power. The exile is a sort of punishment which criminals were sentenced for rest of their lives instead of the death sentence, then these extreme experiences influence the exiles. The exilic life is the other aspect which cannot be missed for the politicians of those times with the political and rural life. Let’s look at the poetic emotion and emotional changes shown in the poems by Lee Haeng during the exile. Lee Haeng’s exile was assigned to Chungju at first for 3 years then to Geoje Island through Haman province by involving in the Gapja massacre of scholars. As he moved the place of exile, he left manuscripts of poems with the tile of Jeokgeorok(≪謫居錄≫) in Chungju province,Namcheonrok(≪南遷錄≫) in Haman province and Haedorok(≪海島錄≫) in Geoje Island. The criterion of classifying the types of emotions in exilic poetry is the attitude of poetic mind toward the reality. The method of describing the reality is changed depending on the exilic situation. The types of emotions can be described as the way how to express the conflicts against the reality and we can see how to solve the problem against the reality or internal conflict. The frustrated and the desperate emotion of self lamentation shown at the beginning of Jeokgeorok(≪謫居錄≫) changed into the positive emotion as comforting himself in Namcheonrok(≪南遷錄≫). This transformation seemed to somewhat solve the desperation and solitude through the friendship with the other exiles and rather to have the opportunity to look back himself in Haedorok(≪海島錄≫). Therefore, the direction of the poem attained the emotion of self enlightenment. Lee Haeng internally looked over himself and established the attitude of making more objective observation of his nature in the chaotic reality. The active internalization of dissatisfaction toward the reality shows poet himself solving the conflicts harmonically. This can be known as the process in which the writer or poet solves the problems of real world.
  • 10.

    A study on 『Ho Dong Seo Nak Gi』

    백민자 | 2011, 50(50) | pp.217~240 | number of Cited : 5
    Abstract
    『湖東西洛記』 or <HodongSeonaki>, well-known as the literary work of Women's Journey Story written for the first time in Joseyon Age,reflects the unique and independent world of self-awareness that the main characters, Gyumwon has. Thus, it is difficult to conclude that the work merely portrays journey that a woman takes. Unlike most women, Gyumwon tries to find out solutions to the practice where the Joseyon Age required that men and women can not sit together or talk , face to face'In addition, she makes efforts to overcome the restrictions put on women, as much as she can. or Gyumwon, journey is the active practice task to harmonize universe earth, heaven and nature, and the same time, is the road to active self-reflection. This work depicts sensory descriptions on natural landscape, through colorful languages and words in the process of recording journey. Also, this work focuses on showing how much intellectual ability a women has on the basis of abundant authentic and historic data Moreover, a strong sense of identity to identify her own presence by recording journey experiences, and a strong sense of solidarity to form with her colleagues of < Samhojeong Poem Phrases>in the course of publishing 『湖東西洛記』 or <HodongSeonaki>, seem to surpass the world. Gyumwon leads the world independently by identifying and expressing her self-awareness. 『湖東西洛記』 or <HodongSeonaki> not only represents this subjective awareness that the author has, but also, mirrors the image of active and extrovert women instead of image of passive and introvert women. In the sense, it deserves to make the new evaluation on the work in aspects of the cultural value and significance.
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    On the Enjoyment of Gasa and Cultural Lives in the Hyangchon Society

    이힐한 | 2011, 50(50) | pp.241~258 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study aims to examine one aspect of cultural life in Hyangchon Salim(ancient country village in Korea) through the Gasa enjoyed mainly in Jeong. The Gasa was created and enjoyed by Salim(learned men in early Chosun dynasty) in the 16th century in the Hyangchon. But the dichotomous structure that separates the political realty from nature in the existing study may not correctly recognize the reality of cultural life in Hyangchon society. The dichotomous structure of political reality and nature come to the to question in that Hyangchon was a space separated from the center and Salim manages their own cultural life. To solve this problem, this study aims to identify the aspects of cultural life by Hyangchon Salim focusing on Jeong through Gasa <Myeonang Jeongga> and <Seongsan Byeolgok>.
  • 12.

    The Critical Study about Appropriateness of Objectives of Literature Education - Focusing on the High school Literature Curriculum -

    Jeon han sung | 2011, 50(50) | pp.259~278 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract
    What is the aims and objectives of Literature education? If the purpose of education means just teaching something, "Objectives" would be the design of systematic curriculum to reach such aims. For this reason, the setting of aims should be considered carefully as it must be since the aims are connected to the design of systematic curriculum. Therefore, this study compared 7th curriculum of Literature with the revised 2007 curriculum of Literature on the basis of appropriateness of aims. From the study, some problems were revealed. First, the confusion of aims and objectives was existed. Second, the inconcinnity of the domain of Literature education and the education of Korean Language's aims in terms of articulation was found out. Third, there is no reference about connection of other subjects,and there is no deficiency of the systematic statement about objectives. Finally, the repetition statements of objectives was the one of the problems as well. Therefore this study suggested four alternatives through approaching quantitative method for appropriateness of objectives of Literature education. First, the statements of Objectives should be systematic pursuing aims. Second, Ideology(directivity) should be presented in consideration with the emphasis on objectives of Literature education. Third, the category of objectives should be reconstructed based on the principles of coherence, articulation, and sequence for the systematization of objectives. Fourth, the contents of objectives should be simple and clear. Appropriateness of objectives of Literature education should be accomplished not only through the approach of quantitative method but that of qualitative method. In so doing, ideology and directivity of Literature education, introspective function about human life will be reinforced.