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2015, Vol., No.92

  • 1.

    A Study published in the newspaper notation of Enlightenment lyrics

    Song Miyoung | 2015, (92) | pp.7~31 | number of Cited : 5
    Abstract
    The Enlightenment, so that the transition of contemporary and modern,it is time to show the modern language features and modern languages atthe same time. This is also the time when the basis of the formation of themodern languages, various typographic conventions that time, have themeaning that it has emerged that can be compared to the real representation. In this study, "Dongnib Shinmun", "Hwangsoong Shinmun", was studied inthe Korean and published flowering lyrics "Daehan Maeil Shinbo". This isin order to take into account the public interest and a variety of authors havenotation to show that this Shinmun. The Declension of substantives Syllabification notation are typical. However, the use of the verb appears most often irrespective of the continualwriting trailing stems of verbs. In addition, excess Syllabification notationis often revealed in internal predicate. Late modern aspects dropped morelanguages. However, it still contains the confusion of notation. For writing the consonant characters laterally attached, A group of ᄡdisappears in groups of ᄇ, ᄡ, and ᄉ, as well as a fortis writing show it upwith writing the same consonant characters laterally attached. Confusing withusing the ‘ᄉ’and ‘ᄃ’ as syllable finals and the mean different form outstandtogether for processing. The 'ᄅᄂ' representation characteristic betweencollections. In addition it seems diphthong vowel patterns of vowel notation.
  • 2.

    The Realization of Early Spoken Modern Korean and its Use in Literature

    Hong, Jongseon | 2015, (92) | pp.33~61 | number of Cited : 9
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    Modern Korean began to make its way to the front stage at the beginningof the 20th century. During which time, Korean language has undergonesignificant changes in various aspects. Under the increasing influence ofwestern culture and ideology, a new understanding towards nationallanguage, the Unification of the Spoken and Written Language, began toemerge while ethnic consciousness awakened. The Unification of theSpoken and Written Language means to write with hangul instead of Chinesecharacters and to write in spoken terms instead of written terms. In this unification movement, many major attempts were made in novelwriting, among which, several sinsoseol pieces by Lee Injik achieved acertain level of success, and Lee Kwangsu's masterpiece “Mujeong”brought the movement further ahead. However, it is hard to say that the development appeared in novels is theresult of peoples' linguistic insights or their understanding towards spokenlanguage. Instead, it is more of a convenient borrowing of the spoken termsfrom pansori genre novels. Pansori novels started from modern Koreanperiod and enjoyed a long-lasting popularity among common Koreans. Beingthe intellectuals of the new era, sinsoseol writers took advantage of thepopularity of the pansori novels and brought the spoken forms into their owncreative works. Hence, they were able to point out a new direction towards writing in Korean. As a result, Novels in that period used expressions closerto spoken language than other genres did. It is not correct to consider the shift from ‘-deora’(-더라) to ‘-da’(-다)or‘-eossda’(-었다) as a significant development in the unification of spokenand written language. In order to judge orality, a comprehensiveinvestigation of phonology, morphology, syntax, lexicology and discourseis necessary.
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    A Study on the Cognition of Country Ryukyu and Conception of Utopia in Heo Gyun

    Kim,Su-Jung | 2015, (92) | pp.63~83 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The concept of Utopia in Heo Gyun is centered on the Country Yuldo motifin <Hongkildongjeon>. This study examined the historical and literaryconditions which seemed to influence Heo Gyun. Vulgar conditions whichoccurred in the early 16th century made intellectuals turn their eyes awayfrom reality, and Heo Gyun was also interested in the idea of evasion toovercome the conditions. However, he felt depressed and pursued a realutopia, which is the motif of the Country Yuldo. It is a country where the people are happy and live peacefully. Heo Gyunkept a real island which is not too far off with a focus on feasibility, not thinkingof it as an imaginary place. It is the Country Ryukyu. Heo Gyun knew thatthe Country Ryukyu considers filial piety and a sense of honor precious andis a place where the people love peace. He knew that it was a real islandwhere we could get to on the boat in seven days. It can be inferred that itmet the conditions of the Utopia he pursued. It has been thought that <Hongkildongjeon> was written immediately afterthe case of the Ryukyu Crown Prince. As the tragic story was that he waskilled near Jeju Island while sailing with mysterious and precious treasures,Heo Gyun's concept of Utopia might be determined to be Ryukyu. He wassuspected as a person who spread a rumor that the Country Ryukyu cameto Joseon for revenge. He utterly denied the suspicion until he died, which means that he showed respect to the Utopia. As a result of analysing that the Country Yuldo in <Hongkildongjeon> isthe Country Ryukyu (now Okinawa) in Japan, it was discovered that theyhave a number of identical aspects even though they can not be consideredthe same. The sounds in geographical names of Yuldo and Ryukyu are similar,and the geographical location of Yuldo reminds us of the Country Ryukyu. It has not been definitely known whether Hong Kil-dong as a real personwent to the Country Ryukyu, but folktales floating around in the CountryRyukyu tell of relations with Hong Kil-dong.
  • 4.

    Nam Eon-gi’s Gobanwon and 「Gobanwonga」

    Kim, Shin Chung | 2015, (92) | pp.83~104 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The purpose of this paper is to study newly found Gasa 「Gobanwonga」. To this end, we first examined the author Nam Eon-gi’s life that has not been well known until now and Gobanwon, a garden created by him. And the literary nature of 「Gobanwonga」 was studied based on this. The main contents discussed are as follows:The first is the explanation for Nam Eon-gi and Gobanwon. Through 『Gobanseonsaeng-yupyeon』 that mainly collected Nam Eon-gi’s deeds, his birth, studies, social intercourse, passing an examination, marriage and garden life were highlighted. In particular, it focused to revealing why and when Nam Eon-gi born in Hanyang came down to Jeolla-do Dongbok-hyeon Sapyeong Village in the late 16th century to create Gobanwon and lived in the garden. In addition, the components and building history of Gobanwon, the background of 「Gobanwonga」 were studied. Next is to identify the literary nature of 「Gobanwonga」. 「Gobanwonga」 is nature seclusion Gasa that described the seclusion life of he Gobanwon owner and beauty of Gobanwon landscape. These contents were divided into seven paragraphs and intensively studied. And the systematic construction of the work realized according to time and spatial order was revealed. As a result, 「Gobanwonga」 was evaluated to have played a certain role in the appearance of Nujeong Wonlim Gasa and its status in the late 16th century. Finally, the need for regional literary approach to 「Gobanwonga」 was raised and applicability as cultural contents was forecasted.
  • 5.

    The Poetic Worlds and Orientational Consciousness of Literary People in Honam Silhak in the 18th Century

    Park Myeong Hui | 2015, (92) | pp.105~130 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study described the academic nature of Shin Gyeong-Jun, Wi, Baek-Gyu and Hwang Yoon-Seok, who are representative literary writers of Honam Silhak in the 18th century, speculated on how their studies developed through their poetry, and then presented their orientational consciousness and directions for further studies. Shin Gyeong-Jun, Wi, Baek-Gyu and Hwang Yoon-Seok studied traditional Confucianism and their achievements are characterized by practicality, breadth and intensity. This was indicated in the scholarly and practical minds shown in this study. Shin Gyeong-Jun wrote a number of pieces and they were helpful in everyday life rather than being empty or concerning impractical theories. Wi, Baek-Gyu was erudite and well-informed and in particular, through writing on the evils in reality in rural areas he criticized what was happening at that time. Hwang Yoon-Seok, who was well-informed and educated, was deeply interested in the natural sciences such as astronomy and dynamics. Shin Gyeong-Jun, Wi, Baek-Gyu and Hwang Yoon-Seok showed their respective aspects by creating poetry which reflected their studies. First, Shin Gyeong-Jun abandoned the form of poetry and described minute forms of life from an observational perspective. He wrote 145 pieces of poetry under 62 titles, of which 28 had the formal exception of combining different forms, and used minute forms of life for writing poetry through objective observation. Wi, Baek-Gyu wrote poetry describing reality in rural areas as a basis of his life. 「Yeonnyonhaeng 1」 and 「Yeonnyonhaeng 2」 are his representative pieces. They did not have literary value as they were inclined to practical descriptions, but they describe the reality of rural areas at the time. Hwang Yoon-Seok wrote poetry on natural phenomena he was interested in. These included 「Ilsiksi」ㆍ 「Wolsikosipun」ㆍ 「Gatanhaeng」ㆍ 「Gojaehaeng」 and 「Jeongdongtan」. This study analysed 「Ilsiksi」 to confirm that the poet had the world view of an organism. Finally, through speculation on their orientational consciousness, it was discovered that they loved people with unconventional and practical minds and directions for further studies on 'Honam Silhak' were presented.
  • 6.

    A study on the Gwirae Sin malju

    Jeong, Hun | 2015, (92) | pp.131~159 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    When the Sejo(世祖) ascend the throne, Gwiraejeong(歸來亭) Sin malju(申末周) move to bury himself in the Sunchang(淳昌) region. Seo Geojeong(徐居正) gave him an image of a hermit and Kang Huimaeng(姜希孟) gave him an image of a loyal subject about Sin malju’s rustication. His descendant reproduces the glory of the Sin malju’s specific image. But Sin malju enters into government service from a first year of king Sejo's reign according to the investigation of "The Annals of the Joseon Dynasty". Nevertheless, He have a hermit and a loyalist because of Seo Geojeong' a momery of Gwiraejeong and Kang Huimaeng' a memoriam of a tombstone. When he was 70 years old, he returns to the Sunchang. He invites a more than 70 years old mans to organize a old man's group(十老會). Traditionally a government officials resign for the 70 years old, so he followed the tradition. This group means what they became a major figure in the Sunchanga community. Sin malju wants the group to longevity so he writed a poem and a portrait for their members. As a result, offsprings made a sibrosa(十老寺) and hold a ceremony for the repose of their ancestors. As Sin malju retained in Sunchang, he set up a pavilion(Gwiraejeong) of the Sunchang Namsandae(南山臺). Gwiraejeong is the most important characteristic to have an individual pavilion. The pavilion give him a hermit in Sin malju's life and give his descendant for solidify his family's unit. And The pavilion become a momerial place for his ancestor.
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    The Connection and Fusion of Korean Classical Literary Genres at the Modern Transition Period - focusing on a old-printed classical novel Yaksandongdae -

    Choi Hyun-Jai | 2015, (92) | pp.161~182 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The purpose of this paper is to review the aspects of the connection and the fusion of Korean classical literary genres at the modern transition period. The modern transition period was the time when the competition of Korean classical literature and modern literature were fierce. Yet the public's interest in Pansori and Japga was still very high. As a result, the Korean classical novel was published actively in a old-printed type. In addition to that, Japga had gained great popularity in the modern theater and Japgajip was also published many. Yaksandongdae(<약산동대>) is a Korean classical novel which was published in a old-printed type in this historical background. This work is a remake of Chunhyangjeon(<춘향전>), but shows the features that are distinct from it. The most important difference will be directly related to the Korean classical poems contained in the work. This work has also included many Korean classical poems like Chunhyangjeon. A closer look, however, you can find very remarkable features. First, a part of Japgajip Singu-sihaeng-japga(『신구시행잡가』) is included almost exactly the same in this work. Second, the Japgajip is made up of the sounds of the song that Park Chunjae(박춘재), the famous singer at that time, enjoyed singing. Third, the Japgajip was published about a year later than this work. Through these points, it can be seen that the fact that this work is composed of the Pansori and Japga in a unique way. This can be seen as a result of a commercial publication strategy. Therefore, it should be evaluated by a rare new attempt.
  • 8.

    A study on the long pieces of Manmoon-Cartoon drew by Kim, Kyu-taek.

    Ho-suk Choi | 2015, (92) | pp.183~208 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract
    This thesis looked into the long pieces of Manmoon-Cartoon drew by Kim, Kyu-taek. Manmoon-Cartoon is a kind of cartoon that was composed with a one cut comic and short writing with thought fragments. Kim, Kyu-taek drew four long pieces of Manmoon-Cartoons named <Modern Chunhyangjeon>, <Modern Simcheongjeon>, <Cartoon Heungbujeon>, <Unreasonable Chunhyangjeon>. They were originated Pansory novels like <Chunhyangjeon>, <Simcheongjeon>, <Heungbujeon>. Pansory novels can get generic change into Manmoon-Cartoon because they have the common ground in their inner character. They are partial identity and humor. Because of these characters Pansory novels can be Manmoon-Cartoon. This generic changes means that Classical novels are the artworks with a classicistic value. But his works were shorts of careful plans. And were shorts of narrative completion. In these reasons his long pieces of Manmoon-Cartoon was cannot be finished.
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    Changes of movies and publishing censorship policy in the Japanese occupation

    Moon Han byoul | 2015, (92) | pp.209~236 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    The purpose of this paper is to determine how the colonial policy did change over the censorship data of the 1910-1945. First, make sure that there is any difference in the way of censoring films and publications. Second, the censorship system is to be make sure how any changes over time .The film censorship resembled to the publication censorship, and it was the propaganda of the system in the late 1930s. Alternatively publication censorship has changed in the way of direct repression since the late 1930s. This paper is to say detailed description and its significance on these materials. Also, it was confirmed that in the late of Japanese occupation, Government-General's censorship policy was converted to punishing those who reading Hangul novels and using Hangul, rather than confiscation or banning of publications.
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    A Study on the Travel essay on Jeju and Mt. Halla in 1930s -­Focusing on the interrelation with travel guides-

    PARK CHANMO | 2015, (92) | pp.237~265 | number of Cited : 2
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    In 1935, the Japanese Government-General of Korea promoted the selection project of the eight famous spots in Joseon as a 25th anniversary project to show scenic views of Joseon internally and externally. As a result, Mt. Halla was selected as the top of the eight spots in Joseon. Based on the selection project and its result, the study reviewed travel guide and geographical and custom books issued in 1930s to find out scenic views of Jeju, overall travel information and historic implication. With an idea that such travel information supplied to unspecified many could be factors to attract travel invoking interests and attitudes to tourists or travelers, the study discussed the itinerary and appreciation of the travel essay of Jeju and Mt. Halla in relation to travel information. The findings are as follows. Firstly, in “Joseon travel guide” and “Joseon travel guide” introduced Jeju as an ‘island with various charms and fantasy’ and with various scenic views and customs as well as the treasury of vegetation. Such travel information is same with those produced by the Japanese Government-General of Korea or the provincial office of Jeju, which reflects that selection, composition and distribution of travel information was widely affected by the colonial ruling body. In particular, in geography and custom books, close exchange between Japan and Joseon and similarity of blood descent were argued through Samsin and Samsinnyeo myths. It shows that the travel information of Jeju and Mt. Halla is based on the Japanese- Joseon cooperation theory or the Japan – Joseon in one theory, which was the ruling ideology to Joseon. Secondly, travel guide by Donghwa Park (pen name DK Saeng) was nothing but a superficial experience of the scenic views of Jeju in its attitude and behavior, and Chanil Park consumed the target of travel only superficially. As such, the travel attitude or behavior of the two subjects were problematic as it could make othering the reality of Jeju and reality of living of the residents by the travel behavior based on passive and superficial experience by means of distributed travel guides. To the contrary, while Eunsang Lee toured various attractions along with the typified travel courses, he explored unique cultural memory and its meaning in historic sites or scenic sites by utilizing linguistic methodologies and old literatures instead of depending on travel information that regulated the view and attitude of the travel subject. That is to say, Eunsang Lee solidified the national identity by reviewing the origin and prototype of the nation through unique placeness and cultural heritage of Jeju and Mt. Halla. The study is important in that it examined the momentum and process of composing travel attractions and scenic views of Jeju and Mt. Halla and its political implication, and then examined the features of experience of travel or tour subjects.
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    A Study on the Discourse Form of Rumor in The Wall of Rumors

    Byun, Hwayeong | 2015, (92) | pp.267~288 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    This article analyzes a novel, The Wall of Rumors. It is written by Lee Cheongjun. This novel uses the rumors as a literary device for attracting to the readers. And it is constructed with structure of discourse which form a narrative communication. The rumors in this novel provide Park jun, Mr. Ahn, and Doctor who related with 'I'. Also the rumors offer the basis of powerful gaze which expressed as flashlight metaphorically. Moreover, the rumors are restructured by the novel which is truthful expression of the self narration. In The Wall of Rumors, a reliable narrator, ie, 'I', comes on. The 'I' enjoys the confidence of the readers, and he is a being for establishing the truth of stories inside of the lattice structure in this novel. Also the 'I' is a being to provide the truth that Park jun is a sincere novelist. The narrator 'I' searched the cause of Park jun's madness through the method of a detective story. By doing this work, he recovers his lost self by referring and depending on the rumors. It is same thing that the work to find out the path of Park jun's madness and those of the narrator 'I' finding out his lost self. Also the process of finding his own self by the narrator 'I' is the time that the narratee explore the meaning of the novel, The Wall of Rumors. To construct the time of narrative discourse, the narrator 'I' needed 10 days of time for researching and introspecting.
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    Study of Modern Korean Poetry in Terms of Medium -­From Poetry in the Time of Enlightenment Until Modern Free Verse-

    Lee, Kang-Ha | 2015, (92) | pp.289~314 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract
    Until now, there has been no diachronic review on the titles of poems, part of the para-text in Korean contemporary history of criticism. Some of the actual criticisms on the titles of poems call only distinctiveness of the relevant works into question, omitting the advanced development of the titles. This paper pays attention to the role of the titles of the contemporary poetry that crystalize and reveal the meanings of the texts directly and aims to look into the phases of changes in the titles in the history of the contemporary poetry, the relationship between changes in the media and the titles, and perspective of the history of modern poetry through the titles. Regarding the titles, this paper discusses three dimensions: First, it discusses the process of changes in the titles from poetry in the time of enlightenment through Choi Nam-sun's prose poems in the history of modern Korean poetry. Second, it discusses changes in the titles corresponding to changes and development of the medium. Third, it discusses the conditions and origins of modern poetry related to the types of the titles. The advanced development of general the titles is in the order of untitled poems through passive metonymic titles to active metonymic titles. However, as the distinctiveness of the establishment of Korean modernity, historical development, from poetry in the time of enlightenment to Choi Nam-sun's prose poems does not follow this sequential development. The development of the titles from untitled poems directly to the active metonymic titles shows one aspect of the history of modern Korean poetry established in the space of the hybrid. This historic development of the titles describes the subject on the three dimensions presented above. This paper interprets the characteristics of the titles in each period and describes the discussion of the titles of poems. It is because there is no existing authenticated discussion which can be so called ‘discussion of the titles of poems.’ Thus, the significance of this paper is divided broadly into two: First, it establishes values of the titles of poems used in the actual criticism. Second, it establishes a general discussion of the titles of poems. This perspective on the titles will be clearer when the titles after modern free verses are discussed together.
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    Placeness and Meaning of Yu Chi-Hwan’s Poetry from the Perspective of Literary Geography

    Ji-won,Lee | 2015, (92) | pp.315~349 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this paper is to study the inner world of Yu Chi-Hwan reflected by all his poetry focusing on placeness. Understanding the placeness and the meaning prominently contained in Yu Chi-Hwan’s poetry and establishing his unique inner world as well as its structure will be an important work for ascertaining his poem world. In order to achieve this purpose, place theory proposed by Edward Relph was quoted. The meanings described below was obtained by analyzing placeness of Yu Chi-Hwan’s poetry which is divided broadly into placeness of Tongyeong symbol and placeness of Manchuria. The first one is the placeness and the meaning of Tongyeong symbol. Yu Chi-Hwan often uses Tongyeong(hometown) as compact symbol of archetypal place. Once again, Tongyeong is symbolized by sea. The replaced place method that brings sea to mind from completely different places proves that the place identity for Tongyeong operates unconsciously in the inner side of the poet. The archetypal place which is accepted as real sense of place in the inner side of the poet works as criterion for judging self-identity according to whether he is placed inside sea or not. Also, Tongyeong connotes hometown as birth place and appears as symbol of place showing desire for return to ideal world. The placeness of Yu Chi-Hwan’s poetry is composed of binary oppositions as its basic structure and this is utilized as a poetic device to highlight the semantic content of ideal world. As being placed into deeper inside of sea, the method of using much bigger echo of inner self is taken, whereas the characteristic that poetical topics such as sadness, loneliness, futility and so on become weaker is apparent. The poet’s feeling enters more perfect inside, more excessive situation is shown. This is because the inner side of Yu Chi-Hwan tries to unify or equate it with place. The second one is the placeness and the meaning of Manchuria symbol. In Yu Chi-Hwan’s poetry Manchuria(place away from home) is typical place representing loss of place. Once again, Manchuria is symbolized by wilderness. The wilderness acts as a place cracking the life of stranger who cannot put down roots and causing anxiety. The poet likes to use a method substituting place image of wilderness with that of sea in order to reveal the meaning of wilderness. While sea is the place permeating unconsciously the inner side of Yu Chi-Hwan, wilderness shows the feature revealing its real intention through discrimination with Tongyeong. Also, Manchuria is the place where the lack of existence is felt keenly as the place of escape. The fact that wilderness commands escape shows that Yu Chi-Hwan recognizes Manchuria as a repressive place or a prison. It can be said that the surface meaning of escape involves dash for hometown, whereas the deep meaning is power making him oriented towards existence by feeling keenly the lack of existence. This study on the place has great significance and value in the view point of reinterpreting Yu Chi-Hwan’s poetry. It may be added that approaching Yu Chi-Hwan’s poetry with various methods through interdisciplinary convergence is necessary.
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    A Study on the possibility of application of Kim Yoo-jeong's Novels in Literary Therapeutics

    Heung Nam Jeon | 2015, (92) | pp.351~374 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    As much as the selection of text is important in literary therapy, there are a lot of factors to be considered such as cognition level, mental states, and sensitivity of readers since the adequacy of the texts can influence the application process and effects. Literary therapy is a kind of psychotherapy in a sense that it intends to help people out of normal state of mind regain normal mentality through literary works. Literary therapy is for people who are able to appreciate literary works and express their opinions at the very least. Therefore, it can be restricted or impossible for people with severe mental disease. It is also different from methods used by psychiatrists and their subjects to some extent. In this context, I focused on applying the mechanisms and effects of laughter found in Kim Yoo-jeong’s novels in order to apply the perspective of literary therapy and find its possibility from a preliminary standpoint. I considered her works especially good for the literary therapy texts in that they are more humorous compared to the works of other authors. The mechanisms and effects of laughter in her novels would not be the exclusive device in bringing out the therapeutic effects when it comes to literary therapy, but they would contribute to identifying oneself with the characters and the expansion of emotional sympathy accordingly. This study on the perspective of literary therapy is expected to shed some light on issues regarding the expansion and interdisciplinary studies of humanities, and ways of breaking the crisis of humanities. However, it should also be noted that the appliance of the perspective of literary therapy can be restrictive. The fact that literature tends to be inconclusive works as a disadvantage regarding the perspective of literary therapy. Therefore, it is necessary to provide a practical turning-point for the literature studies by probing the emotion or cognition that lie under the literary works. This study is at the preliminary stage of only examining the possibility of applying the perspective of literary therapy of Kim Yoo-jeong’s novels. There needs to be further studies on confirming its possibility of appliance and effects.
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    A Study of Teaching Korean for Academic Purpose Based on Dialogic Teaching Approach

    Kim, Jiae | 2015, (92) | pp.375~403 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study is an action research on teaching Korean for academic purpose based on dialogic teaching approach. It aims at presenting that dialogic teaching approach is valuable for academic Korean teaching through analysing the result of the action research. For conducting research, first I reviewed the studies about dialogic teaching and made a lesson format to use for the academic Korean class. As the teacher of that class and as the researcher of the study, I observed and recorded the students talking during the class time, and made a observation note. And when the whole lessons are finished the students did a oral test talking with the teacher about the themes they had treated previously in the class. The exploratory talks of between the students and the teacher are recorded for analysing. And the interviews of the students are also taken to investigate both the effect and the limit of this research. The results are summarized as follows: 1) In this class the students could learn and practice how to think about a complex theme and how to articulate their thought to the talk in real. 2) And they also practiced the knowledge interaction through the reciprocal exploratory talk. 3) But it could be of no use if the students were not ready to talk and think in dept about the theme. 4) Therefore, when designing the class and the teaching material the teacher must consider the way how to make the dialogue take place compulsorily.
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    Cognitive, emotion and behavior change through writing counseling -­Focusing on a self-counseling techniques of Yasumaro­-

    lee myoung mi | 2015, (92) | pp.405~435 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Self-Counseling will find their own problems and to recognize and control and manage them. This is also consistent with the terms of pursuing the ultimate goal of the client's autonomy and independence of humanitarian counseling. In particular, the self-counseling will allow themselves to be free from bondage in accordance with the criteria to give it to realize the value of existing standards not realize he was unable to come to accept himself. It is thus to analyze their in depth may be helpful to go to "integrate and realize self ultimately self transcendental phenomenon". Writing is minimized and the progress of others involved in the writing process themselves. It can solve the problems that may arise in the conversation counseling intervention by consultants. Simply connect the word, but away from the action out of their experience and imagination weaves a statement and express it through a process of honest reason not themselves have the power to persuade. Therefore, the process of combining writing consultation on self-counseling techniques to obtain a more efficient effect. Watanabe Yasumaro self-counseling techniques are specific and effective way to self-consciousness through writing. Scene situation, '' scene description ',' scenes insight ',' Scene research ', and to understand and objectify their own problems through the five-step process of' scene found. Can overcome the problem through a process of insight. We are challenged by the "small but never not less irritation 'in the real world. If these stimuli do not accumulate throughout life to healthy function acts as a negative impact. The hassle of visiting a professional counselor when and economically. It is suggested that utilize the self-counseling and writing counseling techniques to reduce the time burden. Through this recognition. Emotions. Self-awareness and self-discovery for the action, if further can achieve greater self-understanding and insight remains the health of our lives and can be improved.