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2012, Vol., No.80

  • 1.

    A Study on the Development of the Two o rMore Functional Finial Endings during the Last Part of the 19th Century

    Heo Jae-young | 2012, (80) | pp.5~28 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    This study aims to explain the advanced process of the Korean final ending ‘-SO(-소)’, ‘-O(-오)’, ‘-JI(-지)’ and ‘-A/-EO(-아/-어)’. These morphemes were functioned two or more intention categories. The results as follows. First, I found the two or more functioned intentional final endings from the Underwood's 1893. But these morphemes was studied by Kwon Jae-il(2005). Second, the morpheme ‘-SO’ was used to declarative and imperative categories. And the morpheme ‘-O’ was used to declarative, imperative and interrogative intentions. The morpheme of ‘-JI’ was used to declarative and interrogative categories, and ‘-A/-EO’ was declarative and imperative intentions. Third, I guessed the formation of these grammatical function was related in the pre-final ending ‘-sʌp()-/-ʌp()-’. These morphemes functioned the respected to objects. But these morphemes weakened in the 19th century. So the ‘-SO’, ‘-ʌp-SO’ and ‘-O’ were neutralized the same degree. Fourth, ‘-JI’ was formed by the grammaticalization of the bound noun ‘dʌ()’. The morpheme ‘-JIO’ was ‘-JI-IO’, but the postpositional word ‘YO(요)’ formed in this time. As a results, the omitted form ‘-JI’ was functioned two or more intentional categories. Fifth, I guessed the formed of ‘-A/-EO’ was similar to other morphemes's functional change.
  • 2.

    A Study on Consciousness of Scholar Mind in <Yangbanjeon>

    Kim,Su-Jung | 2012, (80) | pp.29~49 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    <Yangbanjeon> is very helpful to analyse the consciousness of writer condensed in the literature of Yeonam Park Ji-won(1737~1805). He has definitive consciousness of Scholar as a nobility. However, he showed that the nobility is based on the origin of the masses and progressively criticized the identity of nobility rather than he had relative superiority to the masses. It is noteworthy that the consciousness began in <Yangbanjeon>. The author categorized his mind of Scholar into three through <Yangbanjeon> and examined them, centering on analyses of his orientation on what change it brought to his consciousness. They are summarized as follows: criticizing impractical reading, having double idea of substance, and warning against abuse of institutions. As, in <Yangbanjeon>, consciousness of the author is not projected into a certain character, the study examined the relations between materials of his writings and those of other writings. The results of analysing consciousness are summarized as follows: The duty of Scholar is reading, but reading should be oriented towards public life beyond personal greed. If Scholars are active in economic activities which can be sublimed into the spirit of age, use of matter can be justified. As the nobility who misuse institutions are like thiefs, they should be away from power or have no interest in it.
  • 3.

    17th Century’s Novel Structure and Choicheokjeon

    민영대 | 2012, (80) | pp.51~78 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    In 17th century, there was a big changing as a development in Korean Novel history. In this time there were 17th century’s representative writers and works these are Hongkildongjeon(洪吉童傳) by Heo Gyun, Goowoonmong (九雲夢) and Sassinamjeonggi(謝氏南征記) by Kim Manjoong, Gyechukilgee(癸丑日記) by who has served Inmok queen, Choicheokjeon by Jo Wihan. Changsungamuiilok(彰善感義錄) by Jo Seonggi, and Woonyoungjeon(雲英傳) by unnamed writer. These works have very reality story compare with 17th century’s works such as Geumosinwha(金鰲新話) and Keejaekeei(企齋記異) which have romance and a wild fable story. These works have been very developed than early works because they have social problem and realistic things as a story. Choicheokjeon have shown well sold at that time but other works could not find their works were real even though they have copied works. Lee Minsung, who has lived with Choicheokjeon writer, has wrote he had been read Choicheokjeon in his book Gyoungjungjib(敬亭集) as showing this work was existed. Also it can see at the Kakgajabgi(各家雜記) by Jo Munmyung as a remaking form. Choicheokjeon could find as a novel form in Tongwonmoongo(通園文藁) by You Manjoo and Misanmoongo(糜山文藁) by Kim Jinhang. Lee Dukmoo has written that he read it in his letter to his nephew. Also in Korea(高麗), Seoul(서울), Chulie(天理) Universities have it to the Chinese character form. And in Seonhyunyoueim(先賢遺音) could find its original text. It seem to well read to public because in Yonsei(延世) University has Korean style even though it is not perfect form. Why does this book have been well read in every time? This book has very good story and can find writer has been trying to make this book to realistic form. It has times realistic and geographical background. It has historical story that has happened in that time. Also it is easy to find kind of that book’s characters around our lives. It is not made by a wild fable story it is made by a causal relationship. As developing story, writer has written letter and poetic replying scene in his work. And in the behind scenes he has written his life and experience and in his work there is exact reason and time why he makes the story. This book has clearly writer’s idea and to the every where we can see well matched various characters to give more interesting. This book has many points it can not find to other books, it has included with realistic story with real happened problems, positive viewing to women even thought in male-dominated society, new family structures. It is sure that makes 17th century novel improving. It is the leader not only 17th century, it is sure that is the leader in novel history. Choicheokjeon is clear that is best work after 17th century also I should be been important novel. Also writer Jo Wihan who has made this great work should be treated as a important writer.
  • 4.

    A Study on Transmission and Meanings of <Legend of Dumangang River>

    Lim,Chul-Ho | 2012, (80) | pp.79~104 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    The legend of Dumangang River is the story which explains the background and process why the river came to have the name Dumangang River. Though there remain five works which deal with the legend of Domangang river, that of Han Jungchun's is the prototype and all the rest are modifications of the prototype. The modifications of the legend vary from plagiarism to the editor's intentional abbreviation. That is because they have no idea of the authorship and of publishing ethics. The legend of Dumangang River consists of the story of Domanggang, the story of Dumankang and the story of Dumangang. The story of Domanggang is different type from the story of Dumankang, but the author made the two connected. The story of Dumangang is a modification of the story of Dumankang which had no connection with the river originally. The story of Domangang reflects the geographic characteristics and the chinese name of the river, Tumenjiang. The story of Dumankang shows the Chosunjok's cultural superiority, racial generosity and tolerance over those of Manjok. The consciousness of Chosunjok's cultural superiority derives from the cultural difference between Manjok who led the foodgathering lives and Chosunjok who led agrarian lives. On the other hand, the two stories emphasize the two races were derived from the same ancestor. The legend of Dumangang River expresses the story of the name's forming, the culture of the Manjok race who shared the Dumangang river and the history and recognition of the reality of Chosunjok race who had no other choice but to live with the Manjok race in their territory.
  • 5.

    The Characteristics and Significance of the New Songbook(歌集) Cheonggu-yeongeon(靑丘永言)

    Choi Hyun-Jai | 2012, (80) | pp.105~128 | number of Cited : 6
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to study the main features and significance of the New Songbook Cheonggu-yeongeon Park Sun-ho Version(청구영언 박순호본) in comparison with the other Songbooks in the Joseon Dynasty. Cheonggu-yeongeon Park Sun-ho Version is very similar to Cheonggu- yeongeon Original Version(청구영언 진본) in terms of the overall system or the arrangement according to tune and author. In this regard, Cheonggu- yeongeon Park Sun-ho Version is more closely related to Cheonggu-yeongeon Original Version than any other Songbook. Therefore it could be provided that Cheonggu-yeongeon Park Sun-ho Version is the songbook which corresponds to the rough copy of Cheonggu-yeongeon Original Version. As the rough copy Cheonggu-yeongeon Park Sun-ho Version is the research material which shows the compilation process of Cheonggu- yeongeon Original Version very concretely. Therefore there is a necessity which will pay attention to this fact. This fact shows the process where he collects the work and compiles the song book well. Consequently it will be able to evaluate that this book is important and counts for much. Nevertheless, I can not say that Cheonggu-yeongeon Park Sun-ho Version has nothing to do with the songbooks of Cheonggu-yeongeon Jangseogak Version(청구영언 장서각본) series. In future I will compare Cheonggu- yeongeon Park Sun-ho Version with the songbooks of Cheonggu-yeongeon Jangseogak Version series minutely and reveal the feature and a value of this book. This study will be of help to grasps the feature of the compilation of the songbooks in the Joseon Dynasty.
  • 6.

    Topography of Seo, Jeong-In's Novel

    Kim, Suyeon | 2012, (80) | pp.129~162 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    The purpose of this thesis is to examine the study on the overall theme of Seo, Jeong-In's novel from the aspect of authorship. 'Topography of Seo, Jeong-In's novel' is the task of identifying the consciousness of issue consistently revealed in Seo's novel since his literary debut. This is the task of examining the inclination of the writer, as well as identifying the writer's consciousness of the world revealed in his novel. If 'form is another expression of content', Seo, Jeong-In's unique 'consciousness of language' and 'form experiment' is one of his narrative strategies to embody the theme. Accordingly, the issue of identifying how 'the consciousness of theme' revealed throughout his novel is reflected through 'the writer's consciousness of the world' was considered to be a starting of the study of Seo, Jeong-In's novel. Seo, Jeong-In's novel is situated on the coordinate where the horizontal axis of human's pure nature and the vertical axis of the tyranny of disciplinary power including war and the capitalized reality of industrialized society meet. The overall theme and content of his novel can be mainly divided into, first, the case of embodied life of individual expose to the tyranny of disciplinary power the realizes war and totalitarianism, and second, the case of showing various aspects of experiencing absurdity in the fetishified reality of industrialized society. Seo, Jeong-In considers war, tyranny of national disciplinary power and depraved capitalism of industrial society as the factors that impede the happiness of individuals in the pluralized modern society. What is shown in his series of works that traced how the life of individuals are changed under the massive violence of war is the fact that war has led the life of individuals to the life of 'beast'. In addition, it was inevitable that individuals lost 'self' and experienced 'chaos' as a result of uninhibited oppression of 'standardizing' people and taming them into 'accommodating' existences by advocating disciplinary power. 'War' and 'national power' that have been seizing our lives since the past are violence that even mandated the thoughts and actions of individuals, and what has seized the lives of individuals in modern industrial society is 'money'. The aspect of absurd life of social constituents in industrial society stemmed from the power of 'money', and it is the reality of those of us chasing after 'exchange value'. Seo, Jeong-In aims at looking into the 'essence' through fact most of all. That is why his consciousness of them is not found within the superficial language but ingeniously concealed within on the other side. The reason why he has reproduced the diverse aspects of 'absurd life' exposed to 'the pain of war' and 'the depraved capitalistic reality' is to self-reflect the reality of 'right here, right now'. What has been set forth as an alternative to overcome this is the 'world view of relativism' that recognizes 'differences'. This is ultimately a way to induce the readers' self-reflection on 'I' and 'us', as well as allow social constituents to search for 'common good' in today's pluralistic society. Accordingly, Seo, Jeong-In's writings can be seen as in the process of fully revealing the reality we are faced with and searching for 'the indicator of true life'.
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    The Study of Postcolonial Narrative in <To-ji> -centered on the subject of postcolonial-

    김선하 | 2012, (80) | pp.163~192 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study is written to clarify the postcolonial narrative in <Toji>. For the purpose of this project, our study centered on the subject of postcolonial of <Toji>. As a result, we focused on four main groups such as:the remnants of Donghak, the Korean independence movement groups of abroad, the inner characters of an empire and marginal characters. These four Korean groups resisted Japan's imperialism in various ways. The remnants of Korea's Donghak, the first group counter on Japan's colonial policy through an appropriation. Thus, they make an attempt the disturbance of control system in the colony. It is demonstrated throughout Kim hwan and Song kwan-su's struggle. The second group is the Korean independence movement groups abroad. We can divide it into an educational movement and independence struggle of arms. But both of them intended recovery of Jo Seon's national rights. To achieve this aim, they inspired consciousness of national rights to students and gathered campaign funds. Furthermore, they killed Japan's military policeman and a spy. Their activity become known by Song jang-hwan, Kwon pil-weng, and Jang in-geol. The third group is the inner characters of Japan's imperialism. Their ideology reveals generally based on socialism and they warn against Japan's militarism. Finally, their discourse bring froth the inner crack of an empire. This narrative is realized through おかだ じろ and むらかみ しょじ. The fourth group are marginal characters. They locate a marginal line, that is the binary logic of control or non-control, colonial or non-colonial, achieved in objective eyes. After all, their eyes demolish the strong binary logic of an imperialism or non-imperialism. All the more their discourse meets with humanism beyond non-imperialism. Jo chan-ha who married to Japanese woman and Yu in-sil who falled in love with Japanese man in <Toji> demonstrate this logic. <Toji> shows to us the collapse of a colonial control system through these four group's activity. Finally, we have a conclusion that <Toji> is a postcolonial narrative.
  • 8.

    A Study on Focalization of Yeom Sangseop's 「Jitjianneun Gae」

    Hee-Kyo Shin | 2012, (80) | pp.193~221 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    「Jitjianneun Gae」 is Yeom Sangseop’s a short story. I analyzed the work with S. Rimmon-Kennan’s focalization theory. I chose the focalization theory as a research method. The focalization theory is composed of two theories. One is external focalization and the other is internal focalization. I chose the latter. The latter is composed of three facets. It is perceptual, psychological, ideological facets. In text, perceptual facet exhibited characterfully a limited observer and present-limited focalization. Psychological facet exhibited characterfully an onlooking cognition and inconsistent focalization. Ideological facet exhibited characterfully value-neutrality. And in text, an internal focalizer exhibited a certain characteristic of genre. It is ‘gyosul literature’. In other words, 「Jitjianneun Gae」 is close to the ‘gyosul literature’. In this regard 「Jitjianneun Gae」 have many similarities with 「Mansejeon」. But when publish – time of 「Jitjianneun Gae」 considered, we understand that the text performs allegoric criticism about ideologies of those days. In conclusion, a close connection between the focalization and postwar situation would make the meaning clearer.
  • 9.

    A Study on the Literary Transition from Local to Central -Focused on YoungDo零度-

    Lee dong soon | 2012, (80) | pp.223~250 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    Thisstudyistoexamineacaseoftheliterarytransitionfrom thelocal literaturetothecentralliterature,focusedonYoungDo零度whichledthe goldendaysofliterarymagazineinKwangjuandChonnam.YoungDo零度,thecoteriemagazinecreatedagreatsensationastheissueinliteraryhistory. Becauseitchallengedwithonlytheworkswhich refusedallofexisting customsofliterarycircles.Themagazinemadeitsfirstappearancein1955,andcametoacessationofpublicationaftertwoseries.At1966,itwas reissuedandthenew many authorsparticipated.Though itstoppedthe second numberofrevived magazine,YoungDo零度,thecoteriemagazine whichdepartedwithlocalliteratureandarrivedatcentralliteratureshowed thepossibilityoftheformer. TheworksinYoungDo零度,particularlyomittedfrom theparticipating author’scollection ofpoemsand the complete collection could become determinablethequalitiesofearlyworks.TheuncoveredtwopoemsofPark Bong-woowhowrotepoemsforreunificationofcountryalsoplacedonthe contextequally.‘Entanglements鐵條網’,aworkbeforeliterarycareerbecomes thebeginningofhispoemsofthedivisioninKoreaand‘pawnshoptoday오늘의 전당포’veryhardlyexpressespainfullivesundertherealityofdivided country. ParkSung-ryong’spoetictracesafterthebeginningofliterarycareerwere discoveredfrom hispoem ‘Fruits果實’.Hewasalready engrossed in the subjectofautumnfrom YoungDo零度,andactuallyhispoeticqualitieswere startedfrom that.Hisanotherpoems,‘Grapes葡萄’and‘SunnyPlace陽地’also relatedtothephenomenahappened in autumn.In addition,firstly Shin Dong-yeop’spoem,‘Boxer권투선수’wasnottheposthumouswork,secondly Kim Hyun’sanew criticism wasuncovered,finallyLeeSung-booandChoi Ha-rim’sonepoem omittedfrom theircollectionofpoemsorthecomplete collectionuncoveredrespectively. Despiteofthecessationofpublicationafterfourseries,thecoteriemagazine YoungDo零度problematicinthatitwastheepoch-makingeventofliterary historyandbroughtaboutanew trendinliterature.Especiallythefactthat mostauthorsofthemagazinewerepoetsfrom Kwangju and Chonnam becameanimpetustowardsprosperityofpoeticliteratureintheseplaces. MoreoverYoungDo零度achievesasignificanceinhistoryofpoetryinthatit showsacaseoftheliterary transition from thelocaltothecentralas overcomingthelimitationoflocalliteratureaswellasaddinganew pageto the history of central literature.
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    Diaspora appeared in Seokyoung Hwang's Novels

    CHOI, EUNYOUNG | 2012, (80) | pp.251~276 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract PDF
    The aim of this thesis is to find the aspect of diaspora which is appeared in Seokyoung Hwang's novels, expecially, <Visitor>and <Baridegi>. This thesis points out that the two novels are different from other novels written by Hwang, in order to investigate the difference, it considers the aspect of diaspora appeared in <Visitor> and <Baridegi>. Then, What is diaspora?This thesis shows that diaspora is not only in a specific country or ethnic group, but also over the world in 21th century. They are forced to move to other countries without their will. Moreover, diaspora is a negative result of the neo-liberalism and the globalism. However, this thesis does not make diaspora identity simply 'the victim of a super suppression', and analyzes what they agonize about concretely, how they think the world and themselves differently, how they react actively. Bari, who is the main character in <Baridegi> is a diaspora, a North Korean refugee moving unstabled. On the other hand, Yoseop, who is the main character in <Visitor> apparently looks stable in USA, but at the same time he is a different kind of diaspora being restrained by his memory of Korea war. Bari and Yoseop, both of them try to drag a memory to the present. They critically think that the society easily trow away important memories. The one of the main themes of two novels is a dichotomy between good and evil. They criticize not a 'evil', but the belief in 'absolute good'. <Visitor> shows revenges between a christian group and a communist group. This novel points out that the belief in 'absolute good' and revenges ruin the each of human beings. Meanwhile, <Baridegi> shows aspect of a dichotomy between a western world and non western world. but Barry, who is the main character of this novel does not join the way of thinking, and asking for herself. For her, dichotomy just makes oppressions stronger. She criticizes the dichotomy that globalism is evil and diaspora is good. Seokyoung Hwang experiments a way of writing in borrowing Korean Shamanism in <Baridegi>,<Visitor>. The main characters Bari and Yoseop work as a shaman. They are minorities not only in Korea but also the outside of korea, and never accepted in a main world like a shaman in a Korean history. As a minority, they become a subject of healing and communicating as if the shamans unacceptable in a Korea history. In these two novels, Korean shamanism is a opposite to Mass media which has a strong power. While Mass media delete important memories, Shamans try to make it be. These two novel are different from other novels written by Seokyoung Hwang that diaspora becomes a subject of healing. In his previous work, the characters shows a contradiction of the world, but not a subject of healing others. but these two novels do not make characters victims in history, do make them a very strong human being to oppose that history.
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    A Short-Term Longitudinal Study on the Development of Korean Middle School Students’ Attitude towards Writing

    Na, Young-eun | 2012, (80) | pp.277~304 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    The purpose of this paper was to examine the development of Korean middle school students’ attitude towards writing through a short-term longitudinal study. The subject students were found to have had a positive attitude towards writing in the first grade. Their attitude changed towards the negative direction in the second grade, though, and towards the positive direction again in the third grade. The boys’ attitude slightly changed in the third grade, though, and the girls had a more positive attitude than the boys for three years. In the second grade, however, the attitude did not have a statistically meaningful difference according to gender. The students had the most positive attitude towards writing in the cognitive domain and the most negative attitude towards writing in the affective domain.
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    A Study on the Cognition and Preference of Korean Language Teachers about Using Korean Grammar Terms in English

    Ahn, Joo-hoh | 2012, (80) | pp.305~334 | number of Cited : 2
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    This paper aims to investigate the perceptions and preferences of Korean Language teachers about Korean Grammar terms in English through questionnaire in order to establish the Standard Korean Education Grammar for KFL. First a detailed analysis is conducted on Korean Language teachers' needs for selection of Grammar terms and their English counterparts. They selected the terms related with the part of speech like verb and noun etc, and with the tense including present tense and past tense. Second, according to the result of this questionnaire Korean Langauge teachers hardly use Korean Grammar terms and moreover avoid using Korean Grammar terms. On the contrary, Korean Learners regard using Grammar terms as positive and effective Korean learning method. Korean leaners have the tendency for benefit using Korean Grammar terms in classroom. Third, Korean Language teachers tend to have the opinion that Korean Language Education Grammar is different from the School Grammar.
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    A Study on Teaching Korean Reflexive Verbs to Foreign Learners

    Lee Young Jun | 2012, (80) | pp.335~358 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This article aims at looking for the effective ways of teaching Korean reflexives to foreign learners. In some languages the reflexive constructions have the same form as passive. And due to the explicit appearance of reflexive marker there exist the strict syntactic rules. But the Korean reflexive constructions could be realized without the help of morphological marker in the lexical level. These are the verbs expressing physical action and the psychological verbs. And we can find the case alternation of 'i/ga' and 'eul/leul'. The optional use of 'i/ga' and 'eul/leul' brings about subtle meaning change and this change could be understood through the view of the whole text. With the case alternation the intention of speaker could be strengthened, or the state of some situation could be described. So for the effective acquisition of Korean reflexives the foreign learners should have knowledge about the right usage of reflexive verbs and their semantic relations with the whole text.
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    A Comparative Study of Purchase Dialogue between Korean Native Speaker's and Korean Textbook for Foreigners

    Jo KyungSun | 이소림 | 2012, (80) | pp.359~385 | number of Cited : 9
    Abstract
    This paper is a comparative study between native speaker’s dialogue and textbook dialogue for foreigners in shopping. Learners who learn Korean as a non-native language assumes that they can get appropriate expressions from textbook. For this, we need to check that textbook's dialogues are similar with native Korean's dialogue; if it is not well matching, then we need to figure out differences and factors. In the abstract, textbook has native Koreans' dialogues pattern which is thought as typical pattern by Korean, and these dialogues must lead learners close to the native speaking. For this goal, this study suggested a method; to get native Koreans' dialogues from Korean student’s dialogues corpus about purchase by survey. And then we had compared dialogues between patterns of survey result and Korean text books’ purchase dialogues. In conclusion, this study got some main factors which are made their differences; (a) most of text book has purchase expressions in beginners’ book as one of requirement function what learners needs, (b) but purchase function needs an overall of language. According to our survey, 20 age’s Korean native speakers use over 10 sentences though; text book shows only 3 or 4 sentences.
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    Development of Improvement Measures and a Class Model for Korean Course in University Liberal Education

    최혜진 | 강연임 | 신지연 | 2012, (80) | pp.387~419 | number of Cited : 5
    Abstract
    The objectives of this study are to diagnose the reality of the existing university Korean liberal education and to suggest a new class model of liberal subjects in accordance with the importance and necessity of education for speaking. Concretely, the improvement measures for <words & writing in our living> which was the Korean liberal course in Mokwon University were suggested as operating a new class model. Based on this, a class model <reading & expressions> which was newly reformed was suggested. Focusing on speaking which is currently dealt as importance, <reading & expressions> is the subject centered-integrated class combined with reading and writing. With a debate about suggestive subjects for a week and the correction of writings for another week, the actual participation in classes and feed-back were achieved. For this, the size of a class was limited as 30 people as strengthening the instructor's management system. The Korean liberal course in university in the current era is facing new turning point. While the past Korean liberal course focused on reading and writing, now it is necessary to have curriculum to improve self-expression ability focusing on speaking. Based on the fact that the Korean liberal course is the basic knowledge that can include various major areas as being recognized as an essential tool for communication, it is needed to cultivate integrated Korean ability by crossing school system. In this point, this class case and the development plan of curriculum would be a precedent of current Korean course of university liberal education.
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    A Study on the Contents of Experience Education of Being Content amid Poverty and Taking Pleasure in Acting in an Honest Way(‘AhnBinRakDo’, 安貧樂道)

    최홍원 | 2012, (80) | pp.421~451 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    This study was planned to search the contents of experience education aimed at the value of being content amid poverty and taking pleasure in acting in an honest way(henceforth AhnBinRakDo) which many works of classic poetry show. Also, I wanted to prove the possibility of it. The experience education about AhnBinRakDo was set for the following reasons. First, I paid attention to the subject of AhnBinRakDo, owing to the reflection on the reality which the logic of economy plays the role as the critical standard of the act of judging all the values. Second, I proposed the experience education in the dimension of a new perspective and methodology about existing attitudes which realize and accept the classic literature as uniform and stale objects of knowledge and understanding. To sum up, AhnBinRakDo was one of the objects which I chose in the process of plans to define the possibility of the experience education of classic literature. In addition, I considered the universal side as the theme of classic literature and the distinct and specific side which clashes with the value of today. I took a close look at AhnBinRakDo's functions and meanings as the materials of the reader's experience through the process of accepting it historically. The concrete matters of universal, distinct and empathic experience were dealt as pursuit values of community, ways to overcome reality and objects of criticism respectively. These are contents which show the proposition clearly that the value education in literature education is internalizing into one's life through the process that the reader understands, analyses and evaluates underlying values on the base of the experience of value-oriented text world. The follow-up discussions are needed in relation to the investigation of experience education method which deals with the experience structures and methods of values.