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2018, Vol.68, No.68

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    A Study on the Meaning of Analytic Tautologies

    Lee, Jeong-Ae | 2018, 68(68) | pp.5~32 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to describe the sentence structure pattern and the meaning of analytic tautologies. It is said that the analytic tautologies are always the true sentences which the same predicate is repeated within a sentence such as ‘Happy boys are happy’, or ‘A-nun saram-un an-da(A knowledged person is to know.)'. This study is trying to explain that the analytic tautologies do not deliver new informations because they are also redundant such a nominal tautology as ‘Kids are kids', but they convey the various communicative import, which are of the conventional and different language-specific examples in every culture. First of all, the Natural Semantic Metalanguage(NSM) is applied for the methodology of a semantic description in analytic tautologies and their meanings are trying to be described discriminating their definite syntactic formular from their meanings. By doing these tries, it is verified that a semantic description in analytic tautologies is suggested as a universal frame containing a pragmatic implicature as well as describing a context-independently. As a result, the meanings of analytic tautologies are suggested as the following five divisions. (1) in advance, (before anything happens) realizing a certain thing. (2) recognizing the existence of a person with the ability to do V. (3) the unchangeable human characteristics or destiny. (4) the realization and justification of a behavior. (5) the speaker’s faith on the truth.
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    On the Cheongryu Aspect of Kim Jongsu’s Sino-Korean Poetry

    Baek Seung ho | 2018, 68(68) | pp.33~63 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    This thesis studied MongO Kim Jongsu’ Sino-Korean poetry by using MongO collections held in his descendants. Because of his political status as leader of the Stubborn Nolon, it was overlooked that his Sino-Korean poetry was high quality and he worked as a Cheongryu in his youth. He was critical of the fact that Yeongjo's Tangpyeong government was only a temporary political alliance and that there was no real improvement in the lives of the people. He realized that his path was to become a scholar outside the government. He pursued the antiquities and the old way in search of ideals rather than reality. He shared this high pursuit with his Cheongryu colleagues, including Yi Yunyeong, Yi In-sang and O Chan. Kim and his Danleungguban wrote poems based on objects that could easily reveal the old way such as apricot, geomungo and antiques. As the political environment changed with Eulhaeogsa in 1755, he began his career as a public official. When he passed the literary exam in 1768, he pursued "Cheongryu politics" based on the way of life that was pursued by his youth.
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    Application Plan of Geographic Intelligence from P’ilgi Chaprok(miscellaneous records)

    Baek Jinwoo | 2018, 68(68) | pp.65~86 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    In this paper, I examined the application plan of geographic intelligence from P’ilgi Chaprok(miscellaneous records) focusing on Honam province. I tried to introduce some examples and determine the meanings with those examples. First of all, I provide the characteristics of geographic intelligence from P’ilgi Chaprok. And based on this, I considered the materials divide into three groups. First, I studied the name of place such like a name of structure and temple. Second, I studied the historic figures of local area. With this, I seek for the possibility of find out new people who stayed out of the public eye. Third, I considered the local custom and specialty. I thought these information would contribute to reconstitute the local culture. As P’ilgi Chaprok contains lots of qualified intelligence, it provides meaningful knowledge relate to the local area. I believe we need to discover new informations from P’ilgi Chaprok. So that we can make the best use of such intelligence to rebuild local history and culture.
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    A Study on 'Tiger' Category Folk Tales - Focusing on Changgwui, White Tiger, A monster in a person's face, Jangsanbeom

    Oh, Jeong-mi | 2018, 68(68) | pp.87~117 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    Oral literature is literature that uses 'word’ as a medium, and it is a trend to expand to the area of ​​secondary orality that combines both oral and textual tradition in modern times. In addition, new definitions and perceptions are needed in accordance with the era of the time, getting away from the unconditional convergence of the formerly dependent subordinate norms which used to be exclusive. Culture is still expanding. Oral literature is characterized by a persistent culture and is maintained in the context of a changing era. Oral literature is still carried along with a story, and in order to converge on these changes, both decomposition and new paradigm shift must proceed constantly at the same time. If oral literary is not processed due to a rigid way of thinking, we may lose the context of culture, having a difficulty. If existing literary emphasized 'siteness' where oral tradition is carried out in the field, oral literature in modern media is close to expansion of space, not expiration of space. The relations in Internet media form an intimate social network through a common story in an infinite space. The everyday story of an individual must be everyone’s story through connections between memories, and accordingly a community is formed. The identity of oral literature is the communication of the entire ‘community’. This community constantly reproduces and reconstructs meanings through stories. What we should pay attention to is the 'process' where individual stories are formed into a community story. To newly define identity, it is important to identify the active forms of story consumption and focus on progress rather than root, as well as the way to create and share together. This study focuses on the phenomenon of consumption of stories by defining the main principle of oral literature as 'literature spread between people and people', focusing on 'continuity' carried on by the times and discussing it. It aims to explore the content of stories that are used in modern media through the 'performance' of a new type 'Tiger category’ and examine the process of context formation. This study suggests that a motif from Changgwui, white tiger, human-faced monster and Jangsanbeom has been syntactically consumed in a community. In addition, through this example, it will be able to lay the basis for considering the possibility of expanding the scope of genre characteristics and categories of oral literature.
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    Gaebyeok as Space for Enlightened Writing in the 1920's - Focusing in Signs of 'Living' and 'The Press' Appeared in Gaebyeok

    Lee Ji Young | 2018, 68(68) | pp.119~151 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    This article aims to figure out capability of Gaebyeok as space for writing with enlightening in the 1920's through signs of 'living' and 'The Press' appeared in it. In the complex domestic and overseas situations, Gaebyeok played an enlightening role to figure out dynamic relations between modernity and the colonial Joseon, seek possibilities of autonomous government, and respond quickly to the present issues based on national awakening. They paid attention on national enhancement, placed the theory of enhancement as an essential principle of spiritual activities to be conducted as modern men, and original and peculiar self subject for new Joseon. It was derived from that necessity that individuals should become to have their significances and manage their living from national awakening. That is, with aims of survival and flourish, seeking reform, and pursuing self-perception and organizational act at the same time, they emerged as the core of new national movement. Through this, Gaebyeok expanded consciousness of living, provided discursive space to combine them, and secured a position of media focusing on people. By seeking writing entangled with the reality, they tried to improve living. Therefore, they explored contacts between living and literature, broke socil-structural injustice, established a new nationality, and conducted its organizational practices. In this context, Gaebyeok played a central role to examine Joseon's subjective capability in the era of turbulence by figuring out the modern Joseon(ese)'s abilities based on the axis of living and the press. In persecution by Japan, it created the discourse of enlightenment as the frame to seek liberation and pursued writing, and it was its progressive difference from media and literary cotarie magazines at that time. It was ultimately better life, self-struggle and mode of existence owned by who held destiny of Joseon[Enlightenment], As accepting people's wish, political acts to see Joseon's modernity through education and reform were inevitable. From this, we can see that Gaebyeok requested strict review on nation-reality as the subject of statement and prepared justification of social construction movements and practical disciplines of practice, and that its self-consciousness of writing to suggest conditions for new Joseon(ese). It should be understood as a writing media to place spirit of the age and to create new human images based on being Joseonese beyond its identity of a socialist magazine.
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    Failures of Love: A Psychological Study on the Characters of Han Mu-suk Novel

    Jung Eunkyoung | 2018, 68(68) | pp.153~187 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    This paper examines how the 'impossibility of love' in Han Mu-suk's short story works in the private and public spheres. The characters of the Han Mu-suk’ short story are generally compelled by the superego, following the traditional sexual morality. Their strong sense of morality contributes to the consolidation of existing order by embodying the desires and dreams of love as those caught in hysteria of insanity and fantasy. In other words, it is a conformity to patriarchy, and at the same time, approval of the existing class system. The impossibility of love is related to the impossibility of freedom. The failure of Han Mu-suk's characters’s love also failed because of class differences. The obsessive character of Han Mu-suk, who belongs to the ruling class, participates in the revolution by guilt, not by consent or will to revolution. Han Mu-suk short stories show people's desires, conflicts, and cracks, but they endure this by advocating traditional order and the existing system. However, this is not the consciousness or limit of the individual, but rather the limit of the era in the name of 'woman writer' at that time. Han Mu-suk paradoxically examines the ideology of domination by drawing the loves that constantly challenge the existing order and symbolism, though it is a failure.
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    Korean Learning Model and Korean Class Applying Educational Drama

    Shin Youngsun | Son SeMoDol | 2018, 68(68) | pp.189~233 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to find out how to apply plays to Korean education as one of the methods to improve Korean proficiency. This author here will suggest an educational play-applied Korean learning model and a class model applicable to the field of education. The play-applied Korean class suggested in this study is differentiated from the role play based on the learning contents of each session. The role play is presented at the last point of the curriculum prepared as continued contents through the entire curriculum just like composite design in the end of a semester. The play-applied Korean learning model consists of six steps: the step of acquiring information, the step of setting, the step of basic practice, the step of final practice, the step of performance, and lastly, the step of evaluation and wrap-up. A class model was composed of 20-30 minutes once. The step of acquiring information needs to remove anxiety of learners and is not a part of the previous researches. The step of basic practice is composed of script reading and more than 3 times of practice about scenes. Play-applied Korean class is grounded on process-oriented education that can maximize learners’ participation. The class is meaningful in that it can not only improve learners’ Korean proficiency but also enhance their affective aspects, too, as it allows learners to communicate desirably and feel a sense of achievement through performance.
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    Research on the Process Analysis of Critical Reading and Writing of Adolescent Writer

    Oh Sae-young | 2018, 68(68) | pp.235~270 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study analyzed how the difference between critical reading and writing patterns of proficient college writers and inexperienced high school writers influences the academic writing process. Using the reading and writing analysis tool(Table 2), I analyzed 120 high school students and 120 college students on a 7-point scale. The results of the correlation analysis of the critical reading and writing scale items and the writing quality evaluation results showed that the critical reading - writing quality evaluation results(r=.766) and the critical writing - writing quality evaluation results(r=.947). Critical writing and the evaluation of the writing quality showed a strong correlation, thus emphasizing the importance of critical writing. As a result of the regression analysis, independent variables such as critical reading and critical writing showed 94.8% of the explanatory power on the dependent variable, which is the evaluation result of the writing quality. The results of analyzing the integrated writing style of the author’s author and inexperienced author’s critical reading materials are as follows. Experienced writers more than doubled the number of reading materials(5.41) compared to the inexperienced writers(2.10), and the number of references was also greater than that of the mature writers(940.15) compared to the inexperienced writers(345.28). It has been confirmed that the skilled writers utilize a variety of writing materials when they write criticized texts compared to the inexperienced writers. Compared to the inexperienced author writing in the form of abstracts, the skilled authors have utilized various variations and integration methods. 58.6% of the respondents were able to confirm that independent variable such as phrase substitution, paragraph swapping, and integrated word usage influenced the dependent variable, which is the quality of writing score. As a result of comparing and analyzing the characteristics of the rewriting process based on peer evaluation based on a good college student writer and an inexperienced high school student writer, it was revealed that the proficient college writers are complicatedly intertwined with the social network structure to read and write. On the other hand, in the case of the inexperienced high school writers, the social network structure was monotonous in isolation. Critical reading and writing are the most important literary activities in the academic writing process. It is necessary to thoroughly study teaching methods and strategies for high school and university authors.
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    The regional hub type creation writing plan of education utilizing Mentor - Focusing on practical case of experiential writing program

    ChangYoung Jang | 2018, 68(68) | pp.271~294 | number of Cited : 0
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    A mentor-based teaching and learning program is a proposal to help students find potential students who are interested in creative writing, and to develop their potential and perform effectively, focusing on local mentors. Through this program, a new culture of school writing can be anticipated, as well as forming a mentoring relationship with a mentor who is a local resident and a youth mentee with interest and enthusiasm. This experimental method has the meaning of expanding the existing school writing method and applying it to the field. In addition, mentoring means that the mentor returns talent to the community, and the mentee communicates with external experts to provide opportunities for improving writing skills and expanding visibility. Mentor - centered field - based writing can expand the area of ​​communication with the outside world with the motivation of life for the youth in the blind spot of the school site. In addition to learners, local artists can also participate in this program to expand exchanges with local youth, thereby achieving the value of revitalizing local culture and expanding culture and arts.