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2018, Vol.69, No.69

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    The Direction and New Model of KSL Curriculum for Deaf Adults

    Soegmin Youn | 2018, 69(69) | pp.1~40 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The purpose of this article is to find the correct direction of the KSL(Korean Sign Language) curriculum for Deaf adults and to set up a new model of KSL curriculum based on it. The establishment of the KSL curriculum is most urgent in order to provide and educate Korean Sign Language as stipulated in KOREAN SIGN LANGUAGE ACT which was made in 2016 at last. However, because of the absence of the effective KSL curriculum, the education and dissemination of KSL are being operated on a temporary basis, depending on educational institutions and educational demanders. The content of education is also based simply on sign words, so there is no systematic education on all units of KSL like as morph, word, phrase, sentence, expression etc. To overcome this problem, this article examines the correct direction of development of the KSL curriculum under the premise that it is the development of the KSL curriculum especially for Deaf adults, and suggests the actual model of the KSL curriculum centered to the sign semantics. In order to develop a proper KSL curriculum, it is important to clarify goals of education and finalize learners of education. And it is important to ensure that the content elements can be taught in a manner that reflects the characteristics of KSL according to the fitting level of education.
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    The direction of the dictionary compilation in the digital age

    Lee Tae Yeong | 2018, 69(69) | pp.41~67 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    The purpose of this paper is to examine the advantages and disadvantages of Korean language dictionary 'Urimalsaem' which is currently operated on ‘National Institute of Korean Language’ website and to suggest complementary measures for the digital era and culture era. Since the digital age is an era of information and culture, users of 'Urimalsaem' want not only the meaning of vocabulary, but also culture related to vocabulary. if 'Urimalsaem' should be transformed into a dictionary that meets the needs of users, it should provide various contents by combining digital technology. In this study, we propose a method of linking Korean history image corpus with text corpus, linking dialect image corpus with text corpus, linking classical literature image corpus with text corpus, linking modern literature image corpus with text corpus, we proposed a method to utilize image corpus from the viewpoint of bibliography of old books. and we present the collection institution of digital materials and suggested ways to utilize the information of the website.
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    A Study on Different Manuscript Versions of <Geochangga>

    Do hyoung Kim | 2018, 69(69) | pp.69~99 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    The purpose of this paper is to introduce the bibliography and contents of different manuscript versions of <geochangga>. This <geochangga> is written in Korean paper with a width of 14cm and a length of 22cm. The first chapter and the last two chapters are partially damaged. The text of the book contains 20 words in total, with 10 lines on each side and 2 levels. The time of the transcription is estimated to be from November 1880 to the end of the text. The characteristics of the notation of the document are as follows. First, when we mixed Korean and Chinese characters, there are cases where the Chinese characters are incorrectly recorded and the written Chinese characters are wrong. Second, there are cases where letters or words are added or corrected. Third, there is a modified passage. Fourth, the 19th century Jeollabuk-do dialect was used. This <geochangga> is composed of the <hanangga> part and the rear part of the previous <geochangga> as well as other different manuscript versions. It belongs to ‘cheongjumogsa’ system in ‘moonbulseoyang’. As a result of comparing the contents with major ones, it is Keoch`ang-pyolgok(Lee`s collection of the text) which is the closest to Lee Young-gyu' s copy. The total number of Lee Young-gyu is 834, which is consistent with Keoch`ang-pyolgok. The contents are the same, and only some passages are different. The same strain of different manuscript versions will be found in other areas and will contribute to future propagation pathways and xenon studies.
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    A Study on Cheongsaekjji, an Art Magazine in the Transition Period - In connection with socialism realism theory and the cultivation of popular culture in the late 1930s

    sohyunkim | 2018, 69(69) | pp.101~132 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This thesis examined the correlation between socialism realism theory and cultural cultivation planning as sought by general magazines of the late 1930s, focusing on Cheongsaekjji, an art magazine that was first published in 1938 and issued until the year 1940. In addition, it drew out the general topography of magazine literature and looked into the position and role of Cheongsaekjji within that framework. Cheongsaekjji was abundant with not only creative works and professional criticism but also with articles about social and cultural phenomena that public readers could be interested in and articles that provided refinement and knowledge. This verifies that Cheongsaekjji not only read into the actual climate of Chosun society in the late 1930s but that it also attempted to connect the social and cultural phenomena of the times with learning. The scheme of Cheongsaekjji, as it tried to heighten public cultural consciousness by being absorbed into the daily lives of the public and generating a sense of enlightenment, had a sense of purpose that is identical to that of socialism realism, which possesses a “duty to socialistically refine the working masses”. General magazines were a form of media that filled the gap between daily living and consciousness.
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    The contemplation of placeness in Park Jaesam’s early Poetry

    kim won kyung | 2018, 69(69) | pp.133~158 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    Instead of focusing on the characteristics of the individual poems of Park Jaesam, the research is tuned to the traditional and distinct quality of Korea’s modern poetry that converges to terms such as ‘han (deep sorrow)’ or ‘traditional lyricism.’ Even recent researches, including those on the imagery or the construction of the formal beauty, overlook the focus of post-war Korean society and the consciousness expressed by the place. As a result, there has been a lack of consideration of the place and space in which poetic emotions occur and of the poems’ consciousness that abundantly expresses the signs of Park’s existential life. The water imagery and its variations that are often present in Park’s poems can be thought of in the phenomenological aspect. The space of water is either fixed/static or guarantees flow and the fundamental imaginations. Each state leads to a different conceptualization. Hence, the persona creates ‘the threshold of the sense of place’ via the movement of water, and generates ‘the middle respiration’ which, from the threshold, crosses the both the interior and exterior of the pathos. The depth of sadness the persona holds through the opening and closing of the space forms itself into a different imagery. The imageries of parting from the other (friend) and that from Chunhyang (community) make a contrast which allows the shards of sadness to be traced. The pursuit, then, enables one to inspect the ways sadness takes bodily forms in Park’s early poems.
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    A Study on Possibility of Youth Poetry ‒Focusing on creative aesthetics

    Moon, Shin | 2018, 69(69) | pp.159~186 | number of Cited : 3
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    This article examines the aesthetic characteristics of youth poetry that is actively being created from 2010. This is a preliminary assessment of whether or not the youth poetry, which appears as a literary phenomenon, can form a new literary discourse. Therefore, if we can produce the aesthetic sense of youth in the aspect of creative aesthetics, it is not only a mere phenomenon but also a possibility to communicate with important literary discourse in the 21st century. The reason why youth poetry phenomenon is important is that teenagers are beginning to be recognized as the subject of literary discourse. This is a phenomenon that occurs when adolescence is recognized as an independent world rather than as a preliminary stage for adulthood. Behind that, there is a new attempt to escape the universal perception that adolescence is immature, and there is a premise that the adolescent world is not a sub-world of the established world but an independent world. Therefore, youth poetry can be accepted as literary discourse when it has its own aesthetic sense. Before examining the aesthetic characteristics of youth poetry, this article suggests that the goal should be to discover the physical and mental 'anxiety' in adolescence and to share it socially beyond individual dimensions. This is a poetic exposition of anxiety, an important feature of adolescence. Through this process, youth poetry will be able to communicate with the inner circle of the youth and empathize with the youth world. In pursuit of these goals, youth poetry has shown that romantic longing is a central theme and that the contradictions of the youth world are being resolved in the 'other world'. The 'other world' mentioned here is a world that exists beyond the ready-made (adult) world that affects the youth world and exists in the imagination that young people are romantically admired. In order to express such a world, youth poetry adopts negative expression as a methodology. Negative in teenagers encompasses both the adolescent and adult worlds. Youth poetry admires the 'other world' through the denial of the world and creates its identity in the context of 'other world'. Of course, it is unreasonable to determine 'the phenomenon of youth poetry' as 'discourse of youth poetry'. Therefore, when the youth phenomenon of the present time is examined carefully and the essence of the youth poetry and the point where the youth poetry is aimed at can be found out from behind, the youth poetry can be a 'genre' have.
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    A Study on Translocality of Drifting People in Lee Yong-ak's Poetry

    Song-Ji seon | 2018, 69(69) | pp.187~211 | number of Cited : 3
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    The study on the translocality of Lee Yong-ak’s poems allows one to consider the boundary implications implicit in diasporic life of the drifting people during the Japanese colonial period in association with the political and social confusion at the time. The translocality serves as a concept that interprets the cross-boundary phenomenon of Yong-ak’s poems, which is hard to explain from the existing dichotomic demarcation and to reason the power mechanism that allows the drifting people of the time to face the reality and seek hope. The 'north' or ‘northern region’ that appears as a central space in the Lee Yong-ak’s poetic world stretches its reach beyond his hometown and the Duman River to Manchuria and the Yeonhea Ju. Therefore, the Duman River and the Yeonhea Ju hold translocal meanings as a transboundary northern continent. The drifting people who travelled around a backwater of North Hamgyeong Province, lived outside the boundary of 'people' or 'nation' but rather in the transnational space of the north while continuously crossing the border. This study intends to examine the translocal life of the drifting people through the Dumen River as a boundary and the Yeonhea Ju as an alternative land. To the drifting people, the Duman River was a crossroad that they had to go through on their way to finding a new life. Crossing the river, which is basically crossing the border, was a dangerous attempt but seeking to reach the land across the river was the last option for their survival. Lee Yong-ak's father and relatives create a translocal network between their hometown and the Yeonhea Ju. Such network is built in close contact with the locals within a nation regardless of the counties of Korea and Russia. In addition, the hometown and the Yeonhea Ju feature translocal characteristics that embrace and enjoy the culture and the locality of the both regions instead of the disconnected memory and nostalgia. The hybrid identities of the drifting people are a result of the process of migration from their place of origin to a new destination, which is an essential element of the Lee Yong-ak’s literary world. The translocal perspective, in this regard, gives rise to meaningful results in interpreting the migration (migrating people). The circumstances today that allow the active and easy mobility of people and things both in reality and in virtual world make us understand the various phenomena that occur at local boundaries. This brings out the meanings latent in the local as a new territory that traverses the local boundaries and speaks of the placeness of the local by the macroscopic and structural driver of the globalization era and the identities of the people who live in there.
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    Beyond the traditional direction of orientation and modern orientation –Garam Lee Byeong-gi's Modern consciousness -

    Lee Kyeong ae | 2018, 69(69) | pp.213~246 | number of Cited : 4
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    The subject of this study is the arrangement of the works for the publication of Garam Lee Byeong-gi’s complete works and the direction for developing the study of Garam. The publication of Garam Lee Byeonggi’s complete works is to investigate, collect, arrange, and publish all his works that he wrote during in his lifetime, that is, all his separated volumes and all materials that were published in newspapers and magazines. Garam Lee Byeong-gi’s complete works will be published in October 2017. The volumes that will be published in Garam Lee Byeong-gi’s complete works are two sijo collections, a volume of sijo theory, a volume of Korean literature history, a volume of an outline of Korean literature, eight annotated books, six translation books and the selections, 11 textbooks, two bibliography, one history book for children, the handwritten diaries (49 notebooks), and one notebook of archaic words. They are in total 35 kinds of books. Also, if about 850 writings published in over 118 newspapers, magazines, and scholarly journals and 47 school songs are added, all materials amount to about 930 pieces of writing. These vast and different works will be printed in compilation which will be made up
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    The Melancholy and Cultural Modernity in Lee, Tae-Jun's Literature

    Yeonhee Jeong | 2018, 69(69) | pp.249~276 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This paper examines the melancholy of Lee Tae-jun's literature as the emotional form of cultural modernity. At this time, melancholy is not a temporary emotional and resolved emotion but an existential melancholy as a fundamental emotional form that is a long-lasting mood and collective emotion, with the modern background and thinking about modernity. For research purposes, this article uses superfluous man, allegories of destruction, and reflective nostalgia as key words. The depressed subjects of Lee Tae-jun's novel show the character of his other name, superfluous man type. Sensitive to moral and social issues, they do not act positively, but rather have a reflexive character. Under such a gaze, the modern snobocracy is shaped by the image of being ruin. Nostalgia, which is also a feeling of depression, appears as a reflective nostalgia that faces the terrible reality of crisis. Lee Tae-jun's literary melancholy becomes an active aesthetic device to intervene in the world by leaving traces of anger, hatred and longing.
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    World of Kim Gyo-seon's Critiques

    Myoungpyo Choi | 2018, 69(69) | pp.277~300 | number of Cited : 0
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    Kim Gyo-seon is a critice who came from North Korea during the Korean War. After the ceasefire, he served as professor of the Department of Korean Literature of Joseon National University. His works were culminated with two reviews of literature by restoring the literary critiques in the Jeonbuk region where it experienced chaotic state after the War. However, studies on him have largely been succinct and minimal. Therefore, this article is conducted on his critique world with the following outcome. First, Kim Gyo-seon adopted critical methodology in new criticism as a professor. Thanks to this effort, he sustained practical critique with the focus on interpreting the works rather than the theory-oriented critique. Due to his influence, those critiques from Jeonbuk National University have continued the tradition of placing great effort in detailed reading of work products. Second, Kim Gyo-seon placed importance of appreciation in entire phases to fully understand the literature works. His appreciation theory was the reactionary movement on the critiques at the time when reading of the works was neglected as the sector was fallen into the theories of the western sector. The sophisticated reading of works that he emphasized was misunderstood for impressive critique, but it refrained from the comprehensive understanding by intuition that it is reasonable to consider as an aesthetic approach. Third, Kim Gyo-seon sought for the literary origin for the insecure perception settled in the basis of pragmatism that was popular after the War. Lee Sang Who was chosen as the subject was able to take his place as the pioneer that commenced the anxiety literature of Korea because it is attributable to his endeavors. It was expanded at later days in psychological novel, conceptual novel or the like with deepening critical depth. And, forth, Kim Gyo-seon rendered utmost encouragement for authors from Jeonbuk. He broadly introduced the works of local authors with his critiques in a way of helping them to set themselves firmly in the literary circle.
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    A Study on the Excavation of Poetry in Seo Jeong-ju - from the time of liberation to the period of the Korean War

    Ha Chae Hyun | Hwang, Taemuk | 2018, 69(69) | pp.301~327 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The article discovered five missing poems from around in the poet’s world of Seo jeong-ju. These poems show the characteristics of early Seo Jeong-ju's works and changes in the world's view. It is also considered a good task in that the excavated specimens show the world's most opaque liberation and wartime activities in the city of Seo jeong-ju. This article reviewed the characteristics of the surge in the excavation data and the presentation media, and outlined the trends and characteristics of the poetry that was excavated. The digs were found in media published in Jeonju from 1946 to 1952. The titles of the works are <Distinguistic Songs>, <Jook Tree>, <Taesan magnolia-Songs>, <Sort out of Props>, and <Lower in the Day Sky>. This was a time when Seo sought his status as a poet again, mixed with multi-layered tendencies such as finding life from self denial, returning home and Asian traditions and eternity. The article included such aspects in the discussion, such as the direction of the introduction, the details of life, and the color of the local. However, by expressing trends and directions, he wanted to show that it was time to reflect and explore the world in Seo Jeong-ju. The article will serve as a catalyst to fill the gap in the world in Seo Jeong-ju and reconstruct the discussion in Seo Jeong-ju. Hopefully, the completion of the annual production will be increased, triggering a complete study of Seo Jeong-ju.
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    The Direction of Novel Education of Building Narrative of Experience as Self -expression ‒On the basis of viewpoints of art and literature works of Choi, Seo-Hae ‒

    Kim Mi-Ae | Jeon han sung | 2018, 69(69) | pp.329~362 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study is aimed at suggesting a direction of novel education for self-reflection through writing of self-expression and the process of narrative of experience with art instinct based on viewpoints of art and literature works of Choi, Seo-Hae. Choi, Seo-Hae was the representative of the Anti-Conventional School in 1920s, who was evaluated as playing a role of writing before history of professional literature. There is a tendency to review his works by the evaluation of his role in the literature education field. However, Choi, Seo-Hae completed realism of modern novel through an epic record thoroughly based on his own experiences. Therefore, this study claimed to look at his literary works with not just contents of novel education based on achievement standard in literature education but various viewpoints of them. The results of this study on the direction of novel education focused on the process of narrative of experience are as below : reflecting on his/her own experience, specifying the experience, signifying the experience, and finding sincerity. The process in the direction of novel education will give an opportunity to enjoy the true literature to students.
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    How Literature Education Called Digital Literacy?

    Ryu, Su-Yeol | Lee, Jee-sun | 2018, 69(69) | pp.363~394 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    This paper focuses on the aspect of literary activities through digital media, which is emerging recently, and aims to establish a point of view and to see how to accept it in the field of literary education. For this purpose, we examined the acceptance of these academic discourses in literary education by referring to previous studies on the crisis and possibility of literary emergence from the beginning of digital-based literary activities. In addition, we tried to establish the concept of digital literacy while taking into consideration the recent changes in literary activities. However, since the concept of digital literacy is very wide, it is difficult to organize it into a single concept. we stressed the need to take this concept very flexibly. In addition, we examined the change of the early concept of digital literacy that emerged in the field of literary education. Based on these discussions, the future of literature classroom, which is strengthened the status of digital literacy, was revealed in terms of the nature of Korean language education, the content and method of literary education.