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2013, Vol., No.86

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    The Dialect, Sociolinguistics, etc of Korean Language and Literature Exhibited and Published in a Study of the Current Situation and Prospect

    Kim Bong Gook | 2013, (86) | pp.5~26 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Exhibited and Published 50 years, the thesis about 49 conditions as a whole accounted for 33.3% of papers included. This place back to 100, the more papers if you look at the number of Dialect is 36.7%, The history of Korean is 18.3%, Sociolinguistics is 10.2%, Place name is 10.2%, Contrastive linguistics is 8.2%, Chinese character is 8.2%, and Vocabulary is 4.1%, Linguistic policy 4.1%, when thesis were published. If you look at the contents of the last 10 years:Dialect, Sociolinguistics, Contrastive linguistics, Place name increase steadily is not mere work theory. When viewed through the performance over, Dialect, Sociolinguistics at the exhibition research 10 years is the more main stream, and the thesis research in the field of major achievements will not be able to deny that. Just considering that research did not point hard to overcome the gender bias of yet overcome the challenge would have swallowed. And the Korean language and literature forward meeting discusses prospects for the society to carve out specialized studies of the area, but the harm is also meaningful.
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    50 Years of Research on Grammar and Semantics: -Retro and Prospective on Korean Language and Literature-

    Seo Hyeong Guk | 2013, (86) | pp.27~55 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The aim of this paper is reviewing all the articles on grammar and on semantics and on some other discipline listed in Korean Language and Literature of The Korean Language and Literature Society. The numbers of articles that we review are 324. All of articles are published from 1963 to this year 2013. Research trends of grammar and semantics of Korean Language and Literature are:1) Average number of articles are upsurging in 1980’. And twice and quarterly publishing policy makes this trend go on or makes it more. 2) Most of subdiscipline represents similar development in time and amount. Discourse and Pragmatics, unlike morphology, syntax, lexicology and semantics, appear to be late and scarce in development and amount of articles. 3) All the subdiscipline starts from introducing theory of general linguistics and turn the theme over matter of Korean. This trend makes Korean language education and Korean corpus linguistics more interested, because synthetic research is more and more needed. So this paper suggest for the development of research on grammar and semantics subdiscipline to the Society:1) It is needed the balance between theoretical research and material research, and the Society makes effort and support this trend. 2) For each subdiscipline, the theme of research is scattered evenly, though this trend cannot be driven by anyone. 3) The Society must make opportunity to debate between individual researchers and the journal support this via space.
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    『Korean Language and Literature』 50 years and Korean Phonology

    Lee Jin-Ho | 2013, (86) | pp.57~76 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Papers dealing with Korean phonology in 『Korean Language and Literature』(KLL) from 1963 to 2012 have three characteristics and meanings. First, the substantial and definite research method is more favored than theoretical and formal one. For example, data is focused on dialect, not standard language and functional approach used mainly. So data could be analyzed exhaustively. Second, balances between methodology, subject and range of topic showed to advantage in KLL. Particularly many aspects such as paper quality, scope of contributors, diversity of topic make remarkable progress lately. Third, it have payed attention to the topic left out by main stream. Many scholars in the circle of Korean phonology have had interest in the history of phonological system or synchronic description of present Korean. But paper in KLL handled some other problems. These three point made KLL valuable in spite of ite being local journal.
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    Retrospect of the History of Korean Language Education Studies in Korean Language and Literature

    Yu Kyung-Min | 2013, (86) | pp.77~105 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This research is part of the 50thanniversary of Korean Language and Literature journal. It covers the papers published from 1963 (Volume No. 1) to 2013 (Volume No. 85). There are 115 studies in the field of Korean Language Education found in Korean Language and Literature, which is 7.04% of the total research papers (1,633) published in the said journal. These studies can be categorized in Korean linguistics, reading, writing, listening, speaking, contemporary literature, classical literature, and language education. The studies about Korean language education should be written on a specific approach which is based on the development of the educational course or curriculum. In fifty years of Korean language education research, it is disappointing that no studies were done about Middle Korean language education. Given this situation, the students should read and analyze the references about Middle Korean. It is very important to study the grammar of Middle Korean because we could track the transition of Korean language. I am expecting that many researches about Middle Korean will come out in the future.
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    Semantic Analysis of Modern Poems in Mulgogiganguisil

    박영환 | 2013, (86) | pp.107~128 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study aims at analyzing the Mulgogiganguisil by the poet Kang, Hee-ahn in the aspects of Korean semantics. The results are as follows. First, the poet used many semantic mechanisms which are homonymy, antonymy, polysemy and synonymy. Second, the poet used these mechanisms intentionally. The amount of the poems that have these characters are nearly up to 30% among the poetry. Third, the poet tried to take an effect of pun using these semantic relations. Specially, he presented in a form of using pun, homonyms and polysemants. Fourth, in these poems most antonyms have binary contrast. Just one has three contrasting branches. Finally, we should broaden the boundary of the meaning and the function of the technical terms and generating process. If we adapt these results of the semantic theory strictly, it is likely that we will miss many meaningful relations in the poems.
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    A Development of the Tools for Digital Color Dialect Maps

    Kang-Chun So | 박진양 | 2013, (86) | pp.129~148 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is fourfold: i) to introduce the dialect research projects in Korea done by the National Institute of the Korean Language from 2004 to 2012, Ⅱ) to introduce each dialect’s phonetic data studied by the project, Ⅲ) to introduce how to use the tools developed for phonetic and text data processing, and iv) to propose the tools for automatic digital color dialect maps in Korea, using the data.
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    A Study on Consciousness of the Writer and Creation Techniques in Sokgwandonggok

    Jaeheon Kang | 2013, (86) | pp.149~173 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study reviews consciousness of the writer and creation techniques in 'Sokgwandonggok' by reviewing it in itself. Firstly, Cho Woo-in has suggested two kinds of consciousness of a writer in 'Sokgwandonggok'; intentional concealedness and differentiation from the previous work. 'Sokgwandonggok' has been written not during the his travel but in his later years. In other words, the writer has written this work by counting on his memories. Although his travel in the Gwandong district was a public business instead of private trip, his relationship with the former King Kwanghaegun who assigned the public business on the writer has resulted in intentional concealedness. In addition, Cho Woo-in has differentiated 'Sokgwandonggok' from the previous work by putting forward the places he has never been. These two strategies were successful and received favorable reviews from the writers of the day. Secondly, the creation techniques that Cho Woo-in has reflected his consciousness as a writer on his work are summarized into compression and specialization. He has expressed intentional concealedness with the compression method and specialized Naeguemgang in his work. Cho Woo-in has specialized Naeguemgang composed of 'Baekcheondong, Birobong, and Goorongyeon' which was not mentioned by Jeong Cheol in 'Gwandongbyeolgok'. For that reason, he boasts this part with a word '夸語'. This consciousness of the writer has been expressed not only in the lyrics but also in comparison with three Chinese poems he wrote. The specialization of Naegeumgang is resulted from his affection for Mt. Geumgang as well as for all natural landscapes.
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    Pansori Master Singer Kim Se-jong's Life and His Pansori Theory

    Tong-hyon Choe | 2013, (86) | pp.175~197 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The materials of pansori master singer Kim Se-jong are not enough. So I tried to interpret the data aggressively in this study. The results are as below. Three villages have been known as the birthplace of Kim Se-jong. They are Jeollabuk-do Sunchang-gun Gurim-myeon Gugok-ri Dongjeongja Village, Palddeok-myeon Wolgok-ri and Sunchang-eup Boksil-ri. Of these places, Palddeok-myeon Wolgok-ri is the place that Kim Se-jong spent his final years. And the descendants of him moved to Japan in Japanese colonial era. So they do not live in Korea now. Kim Se-jong learned the pansori that had been inherited in his family. And he won a greate success as a pansori singer at last. He taught the first female pansori singer Jin Chae-seon and introduced her to the Gyeonghoeru Pavillion Completion Party. In this study a manuscript was introduced that reads Kim Se-jong with some other singers sang a pansori in Jeolla province office in September of 1885. Jang Jae-baek inherited Kim Se-jong. Jang's family took charge of the pansori of Namwon region. The Chunhyang-ga of Kim Se-jong was handed down to Jeong Eung-min by way of Kim Chan-eop. But this study revealed the possibility that the Chunhyang-ga of Kim Se-jong was handed down to Jeong Jae-geun. The Kim Se-jong's pansori theory is mainly a performance theory. His theory includes neoreumsae(acting) theory, imyeon(literature and pansori music expression) theory and eodanseongjang(language expression of pansori) theory. In some aspects, he developed the pansori performance theory of Sin Jae-hyo by far. The Chunhyang-ga of Kim Se-jong is sung by many contemporary pansori singers. It is a good thing that we can enjoy the Chunhyang-ga of Kim Se-jong today.
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    Aspects and Meanings of Self Expression Shown in the Lyrics of Choi Songseoldang

    Choi, Hye-Jin | 2013, (86) | pp.199~222 | number of Cited : 0
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    Choi Songseoldang (崔松雪堂, 1855-1939) is a woman who lived an very special life in the time of enlightenment. This study examined aspects of self expression in the lyrics of her works to show her literary achievement and the meanings. Songseoldang expressed her emotion in Korean through the lyrics of 49 works. Self expression was examined by showing public self and inner self. The works which showed inner self are about 14, while the ones which do public self-consciousness are forming an ever-greater part of her ones as about 30. This implies that her life's values consider public self as important. The contents of public self could be found that she named 'Songseoldang' to establish her identity and tried to live accordingly. Her will to restore her family and her pride after achievement shown in her works can be public self. She also showed her confucian concept by expressing emotion of loyalty, filial duty, and love of the people. On the other hand, the aspect to express inner self which represents loneliness and desire could be found in her works. Some of her works is represented by introspection of her life and loneliness. And there are the works which treated longing and desires for Taoist hermits' world and some showed metonymic expression about marriage. They showed Songseoldang's inner self and human Songseoldang who are different from public self. Especially, the work which public and inner self is shown together attracts attention. It could found that she blocked sorrow through the efforts to try to change inner self to public self and did not indulge in self-pity very much.
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    Kang Eun-kyo's Feminine Poetry Writing Viewed from a Gender Perspective

    Kim Ji Yeon | 2013, (86) | pp.223~249 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    In this study, based on the premise of feminine poetry writing in the comprehensive meaning without being limited to political orientation, the meaning of otherness shown in Kang Eun-kyo's poems and its overcoming process as well as intention are reviewed. First, although the poet realizes the 'otherness' applied to her, she doesn't show any hostile opposition toward the specific objects causing it. She serenely reflects on and accepts her 'otherness' as that of female gender, without pointing out its cause or forming a confrontational position with the outside. Secondly, 'seeking the elixir of life to rescue Father' is the content of symbolic rite of passage, providing the example of Biridegi as a way of overcoming otherness. In this, Biridegi shows that she aspires toward a direction both co-operative and coexistent with the existing order by accepting her assignment actively rather than expressing a grudge toward her father, King Ohgu, who abandoned her. Thirdly, the poet recognizes 'the subject' and 'the other'as fluid concepts of changing into and interfering with each other. By applying this concept to that of gender, the poet dispels the prejudice and division of 'the subject' and 'the other'. In addition, by integrating feminine principals into the gender role as she proposes, she expands the concepts of 'the subject' and 'the other' into a basis of alternative ontology which ultimately makes it possible for them to coexist.
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    The Publication Censorship Section of the Japanese Occupation That Seen through New Materials -Focusing on Bulhugachulpanmul byeong sakjegisa gaeyoyeokmun(the summary translation of disallowed publications and deleted articles)-

    Moon Han byoul | 2013, (86) | pp.251~275 | number of Cited : 6
    Abstract
    There are not many materials that can look at the reality of the publication censorship in Japanese occupation. Excepting general information and statistical data, the materials which can identify the list and result on disposal of the magazines or works are so far only Joseon Chulpan Gyoengchal Wolbo(1928.9-1938.12) and Joseonchongdokbu Geumjidanhaengbon Mokrok (1941). Because of less data, to look at the physical aspects of the censorship of other times had to be limited. In this paper research process, were found the new materials that can complement the limitations of existing materials. Based on this, the analysis and arrangement was performed. The studying subjects of this paper Bulhugachulpanmul byeong sakjegisa gaeyoyeokmun (the summary translation of disallowed publications and deleted articles) is confidential data of the Book Department of Gyeongseong District Court Public Prosecutor's office. It was written over a period of 13 months from August 1927 to August 1928. In these materials, the list and reason of deleted or banned publication are stated. The screening results of magazines and books and propaganda are contained in the total list of 226. Through the list and additional reasons, I tried to investigate new aspects of press and publication oppression during the Japanese occupation. As a result, was able to identify that many ideological books and literature books had been banned or deleted in publishing through the censorship. In addition, was confirmed that this material had been affected systematization and expansion of censorship since through the Joseon Chulpan Gyoengchal Wolbo.
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    A Study on the Phenomenological Features in Kim, Choon-soo’s Poems and Poetic Theory -focusing on the relationship between Husserl’s phenomenology-

    Mun, Hye-won | 2013, (86) | pp.277~297 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    The phenomenological features appear consistently in Kim, Choon-soo’s poems and poetic theory. Phenomenon is always paired with the exist. The 'Flower' series by Kim, Choon-soo show the course that discovered phenomenon and brought off the ontological exploration. "Flowers․Ⅰ"and "Flower․Ⅱ" are the preliminary study of ontological reason. "Introduction for flowers" has the more advanced ontological reason. ‘Epoche’ is a premise for the ontological reason, it is symbolized by the word ‘dark’. The subject tries to progress philosophical reasons for the exist through ‘Epoche’. The phenomenological interest is appeared in Kim, Choon-soo’s poetic theory too. ‘Epoche’ is to eliminating the predicate and presenting images, to withholding the judgment to objects. In other words, This is not to explain or to interpret, but to present objects as it is. This is similar to ‘Epoche’ that excluse the established meaning of the objects. Kim, Choon-soo thought the ‘descriptive image’ that is destroyed the objects. "Flowering trees" by Lee, Sang is the example. This is not have a realistic object and consists of only the analogy of psychological state. This is a realm of consciousness disclosed through ‘Epoche’, is consisting of ‘Noema’-‘Noesis’. The relationship between subjects and objects is not natural scientific causal relationship but intentional relationship. "More primrose" and "earthquake" are results of ‘phenomenological reduction’ is based on “epoche’. ‘Nonsense poetry’ is to trying ‘Epoche’. The phenomenological feature of Kim, Choon-soo’s poems is influenced by Husserl’s phenomenology. It is important keywords to describe Kim’s poems. But in late poems, the phenomenon is connected to the ‘body’, so it is influenced by the phenomenology of Merleau Ponty. Thus, the early poems and late poems have a different philosophical basis. It is necessary to research.
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    A Study on the Expressive Aspect for Sense of Guilt and Reappearance Problem of Past Memories Displayed in the Novel 『The Memory of Sad Times』 by Kim Won-il

    Park Chan Hyo | 2013, (86) | pp.299~324 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    『The Memory of Sad Times』(2001) by Kim Won-il is a chain novel which deals with four elderly men who live in a nursing home and are awaiting their deaths after reminiscing on their painful past. This study focused on the expressive aspect of ‘sense of guilt' of the four elderly men and observed the reappearance of past memories displayed in the work. The comfort woman who is the protagonist, foreigners' whore, a woman confined in patriarchal ideology, a teacher with cleft lip, and a weak intellectual are portrayed as historical marginal figures as well as the victims. However, through the ‘sense of guilt' and compulsive acts which bothered the protagonists, this work displays individual story excluded in public history as well as showed a mechanism where the representation of inflictor/victim was surpassed and the past became reconstructed. Madame Han and Maam Cho Jung distort their past through self-focused confession and do not consider others such as their son or husband. In contrast to this, Scholar Yoon of 「I am afraid」 and Joong Ho Kim of「I do not exist」utilize the strained relations displayed in public history and in between the memories of others to break away from self-justification and view the past in an introspective manner. The past cannot be help but become reconstructed from the current time according to the external and internal perspectives. However, in this work, the elderly-men stutter or speak in an illogical way due to their old age and a moment is suggested when they face their original sin in a paradoxical manner. Additionally, the return of the past is experienced through non-verbal phenomenon of ‘physical body where original sin is imprinted' such as the body diagnosed with dementia, abnormalities in bones of lower body and stuttering symptoms, body fighting against disease, and loss of eyesight. Here, the reader is able to encounter the history of individuals who were excluded from the public discussion as well as the pain in the past history of Korea.
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    Effect of Project-based Learning Method on Korean Language Honorification Effect of Project-based Learning Method on Korean Language Honorification

    김태헌 | 성치경 | 2013, (86) | pp.325~344 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to find the learning effect after applying project-based learning method in korean honorific expressions. The instruction model using text UCC production was designed and executed. For the research, written test and survey was took . Forty four foreign learners took pre-to-post exams and responded to the survey in this study. This study analyzed forty two cases, and executed t-test, frequency analysis and correlation analysis on the cases according to the purpose of this study. As a result, project-based learning method accompanied with text User Created Contents had an effect on foreign learners' performance, both written test and survey. The survey show that most of foreign learners satisfied the project-based learning method using text UCC production and responded that is useful in improving Korean speaking. The results show no static correlation between academic achievements and survey. And it can be said that project-based learning method using text UCC as one of the useful instruction models of Korean language honorification.
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    Constructing the Contents System of the Field of Grammar for Desirable Integration with the Field of Reading

    Yang Young Hee | 2013, (86) | pp.345~372 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to examine the legitimacy of the integration between the fields of reading and grammar of the 2011 Korean Language Education Curriculum. Different from the apprehension that have been proposed regarding the integration of reading and grammar fields, organic integration of the two fields is possible assuring their own characteristics. For this desirable integration, it is necessary to have a procedure as follows:Currently, the integration between the two fields is focused on mutually exclusive uniqueness and independence of the fields. Therefore the contents of each field are constructed first, and the integration between the fields follows. A more desirable process, however, is to systemize learning elements first into learning contents considering the learning elements which can enhance learning ability of the field that should be integrated, and then integrate with the field. For this purpose, this study examines the possibility of the integration through examining field achievement standards and contents achievement standards of the present field of grammar and reading to examine the objectives of education is each field. In addition, this study also examines the present contents system of the field of grammar, diagnoses the problems encountered in their field as overlap of the learning contents, and systemizes the contents system as connective contents and unique contents. The connective contents are supported by the field of grammar to enhance the learning effect of the reading field, and the unique contents are contents to learn because of the inherent uniqueness of grammar. As a result of this study, the possibilities of the lateral combination within the field of grammar and the integration with the reading fields are presented.
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    A Study on the 'Writing' Subject Plan

    Joe Yong Lim | 2013, (86) | pp.373~397 | number of Cited : 5
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    This is goal <Creative Thinking and Expression> which is effective from 2012 academic years first term for writing capability elevation of final announcement was objective. First, I attempt activity to foster initiative to rid burden about writing. That is association training, textbook to find subject of writing when parody poet writing and ideas and was visibility for short writing. Also Hangul orthography activity that students feel constraint. This activity is achieved through sentence that oneself, who is not lecture way, make actually. There is problem that unilateral education of hangul orthography is over theory by reason. Second, message to wish to appear in sentence of students is not delivered properly. I tried self-analysis 4H by plan for this. Give meaning in oneself thinking and experience doing self-analysis, and the meaning attempted writing that give meaning about word, composition as pass way to make understood companion what it is.