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2015, Vol., No.95

  • 1.

    The Korean Cultural Emotion Shown on New-words Related to a ‘Human’

    Kang, Hui-suk | 2015, (95) | pp.7~28 | number of Cited : 8
    Abstract
    The goal of this research is to analyze the Korean emotion and the aspects of social culture which is prehensible through analyzing new-words related to a ‘human’ investigated in 2012-2014. The results are following. At first, the portion of new-words related to a ‘human’ occupied 27.3% so that its importance was practically verified . Secondly, the Korean emotion and the aspects of social culture reflected on the new-words related to ‘human’ were analyzed to 8 kinds. There are 4 emotional dimensions; ‘respecting popular heroes’, ‘a human is not born but maiden’, ‘desiring good-looking and the muscles’, ‘diffusion of disgust’. And in social cultural dimension, 4 dimensions were presented; ‘poverty in the midst of plenty’, ‘the age of maniac and freaks’, ‘the diffusion of outcasting’, ‘the life occupied by internet and smart-phones’. As everyone knows, new-words can be important data by sensitively reflecting aspects of contemporary society and culture and as the parameter of the publics’ emotions. The significance of this research would be the reconfirmation of this linguistic fact.
  • 2.

    An Analysis of errors in usage of particles of Advanced Korean Language Learners -Focusing on the analysis of presentation materials-

    윤정기 | 2015, (95) | pp.29~48 | number of Cited : 7
    Abstract
    This study analyzes the errors in usage of particles, shown in presentation materials of Korean learners at advanced level. The purpose of the study is to find points to consider when teaching particles in spoken texts, based on the aspects of errors in usage of particles in spoken texts. Since most studies about this subject are conducted on written texts, it was not an easy task to compare written and spoken texts. The speeches of 43 Level 5 Korean language learners were recorded and analyzed. To find the aspects of errors in usage of particles, the errors were divided into three big categories based on error patterns, types of particles, and difference among individuals. The error patterns included errors of omission, addition, substitution, form, paraphrase and others. Among these patterns, error of omission had the highest frequency, and substitution had the second. Compared to the study of errors in written texts, error of substitution occurred most frequently and omission was next in written texts. This comparison shows that Korean learners at advanced level more frequently omit particles when speaking formally than when writing. According to the aspects of errors based on types of particles, in nominative particles error of omission was most frequent, and substitution was next. In objective particles however, error of substitution was most frequent and omission was next. Also particles ‘은/는’ and ‘에’ had a high rate of error. In aspects of individual errors, the result showed that there was a big difference in the rate of error between individuals.
  • 3.

    Changes of ideologies in TV commercials

    Jang Kyung-hyun | 2015, (95) | pp.49~73 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract PDF
    The goal of this study is to observe and analyze ideologies in TV commercials diachronically. Commercials provide customers with ideal world that they can sympathize with. Ideologies inherent in TV commercials are; 1) gender role and traditional view of family 2) collectivism / individualism 3) optimistic perspective about society. These ideologies have changed appearances gradually reflecting the paradigme of each period. In 70’s, TV commercials showed fixed gender role, collectivism and optimistic perspective. In 80’s, TV commercials showed more fixed gender role. But in 90’s, we can see diverse gender roles and individualism. And in 2000’s, there are more diverse gender roles and enhanced individualism. The most outstanding feature is that positive expressions are replaced with negative expressions. However, ideologies of past periods are still remained in this period.
  • 4.

    The Compound and the Semantic Structure of ‘V-Gada/Oda’ Verbs

    Jo KyungSun | 2015, (95) | pp.75~101 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    This paper aims to search the inner structure of ‘V-Gada/Oda’ by analyzing the combined process of the semantic structures of V and moving verb. In Korean, ‘Gada/Oda’ has such original attributes as movement and changing. Used as an moving verb, ‘V-Gada/Oda’ still possesses mobility because the mobility of one of semantic feature in ‘Gada/Oda’ is reflected in the semantic structure of ‘V-Gada/Oda’ when the semantic structure of ‘Gada/Oda’ is compounded with that of a V. Jackendoff's the theory of the semantic structure is used in the analysis of ‘V-Gada/Oda’′s inner structures. In the study, the semantic structures of ‘Gada/Oda’ were set [GO([Thing α], [Path ], AFF([ ]αA, )]. When V and ‘Gada/Oda’ is compounded, ‘Gada/Oda’′s semantic characteristics was set to be maintained in the semantic structure of ‘V-Gada/Oda’. The study demonstrated that ‘Gada/Oda’ originally contained the feature of mobility in the stage of compound and that the semantic structure of ‘Gada/Oda’ combined with that of a V would form a single semantic structure and transfer the mobility feature to a bigger structure rather than having its meaning decolorized completely.
  • 5.

    Seven Decades since Independence, External Extension and development of Korean Linguistics

    Hong, Jongseon | 2015, (95) | pp.103~123 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    Over 70 years since Independence, the outer edge of the Korean Linguistics has been expanded in various ways with the development of the Korean Linguistics. When we roughly divide the study which is included in the external areas of the Korean Linguistics into interdisciplinary research and applied research, there are philosophy of language, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, rhetorics, Korean stylistics, glottochronology, mathematical linguistics, computational Korean lingustics, Korean corpus lingustics and Korean language culture studies in interdisciplinary research. In applied research, there are Korean educational linguistics, Korean educational linguistics as a foreign language, Korean lexicography, Computational Korean Linguistics, Korean lalopathology, Korean language policy, Korean medium lingustics, Korean advertising lingustics, interpretation studies and translation studies. These external studies of Korean Linguistics and pure Korean Linguistics help each other to expand their views and research methodology, adding various viewpoints in many ways, and achieving mutual rising development by providing new facts and materials in the aspect of information. It can also contribute to the development of Korean language culture by adding practicality that can be used in real life through external studies. Among interdisciplinary researches and applied researches, there are a lot of fields where the researches are already activated but there are still quite a few areas which are about to be studied. In the future, Korean linguistics research should foster user-oriented grammar with researcher-oriented grammar and greatly develop the study of spoken language and discourse. Therefore, we should enlarge the cooperating researches providing more information to external areas of Korean linguistics.
  • 6.

    A Study on Bloody Bamboo Gasa of Patriotic Enlightenment Period

    Kim, Shin Chung | 2015, (95) | pp.125~147 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The object of this research is Bloody bamboo Gasa of patriotic enlightenment period. Bloody bamboo Gasa was based on the bloody bamboo motif of Min Yeong-hwan who sacrificed himself for the Protectorate Treaty between Korea and Japan. Therefore, it includes bloody bamboo discussion, a part of enlightenment discussion. This research aimed at investigating the work creation aspect and significance of this Bloody bamboo Gasa. Major content discussed in the text is as follows. First, in chapter 2, this research arranged the point of bloody bamboo discussion and Bloody bamboo Gasa, necessary for the real discussion. The name, bloody bamboo, came from the editorial 「Hyeolbyeokbyeokjuguiui」 of 『Hwangseong Sinmun』, dated July 7, 1906, key words of bloody bamboo discussion were 'patriotism' and 'loyalty'. Also, Bloody bamboo Gasa were investigated to be 10 works on the whole including 「Hyeoljugjiga」, inserted in the editorial 「Hyeolbyeokbyeokjuguiui」, among them, 9 were the works of patriotic enlightenment period. Presentation of work was basically conducted through the newspapers during that period. Next in chapter 3, this research concretely investigated the aspect of work creation aspect of Bloody bamboo Gasa through the 4 representative works. The works mentioned as the examples were 「Hyeoljugjiga」 of 『Hwangseong Sinmun』, 「Hyeoljugga」 of 『jeguk Sinmun』, 「Minchungjeonghyeoljugga」 of Yeonghwa School students, and 「Chudoga」 of Heunghwa School. However, Bloody bamboo Gasa had a wide variety of work forms or characteristics of the writers, etc. Accordingly, this research focused on how such various factors could be created with works through which association with bloody bamboo discussion. Also, in chapter 4, this research defined basic creative attitude of Bloody bamboo Gasa as 'appeal to collective sensitivity toward the public'. And this research considered the sacrifice of Min Yeong-hwan and appeal to bloody bamboo gradually went forward 'organizational and institutional response' from 'individual and single reaction'. Through this discussion, the researcher searched a significance of Bloody bamboo Gasa that well showed an aspect of enlightenment discussion development during the patriotic enlightenment period implicitly.
  • 7.

    A Study on pray characteristics of the Silla hyangga

    kimjinwook | 2015, (95) | pp.149~179 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This paper is Currently impart to hyangga it says that the origin jyeotdaneun call when something goes desperately speaker. When Silla wishing desperately for something, it called hyangga to argue the fact. pray hyangga nature of which has not been mentioned in that document. To this end Yusa classified material hyangga the number 14 <Hyeseongga>, <wonga>, <Dosolga>, <Cheoyongga> were investigated, including four works by Hyangga of pray. Hyangga work along the magical personality researchers admit that the amplitude of the range is considerable. Witchcraft itself is done for the purpose of obtaining argued that the origin of the origin of this nature as to consider the magical nature of work is geotyigie. Therefore 4 The fact that this work has a magical personality it makes sense logically to see as having their origin in nature Next <Docheonsudaebiga>, <SeoDongYo>, <Heonhwaga>, <wonwangsaengga>, <Jaemangmaega>, <Anminga>, <Changiparangga> etc. pray is exposed to Hyangga work for the purpose of origin, methods, examined the results of the center. Work more than seven magical landscape is also classified according to the authors, and should be classified as a pure lyric. The speaker revealed the origin of each piece was investigated. Finally pray is the Hyangga <PungYo>, <mojukjirangga>, <woojeokga> pray also discussed that the speaker is contained. In conclusion, hyangga to argue that ong was made to the pray. More than three works are not revealed, the origins lyrics. However, the origin can be seen that the inherent gotta look creative in conjunction with motives and background story of each work. Yusa material on the basis of the above discussion hyangga argued that that song was made to the pray.
  • 8.

    Consideration for the flexible a tune such as ‘Sakdaeyeop’, ‘Yuldangdaeyeop’, ‘Gakjoeum’

    KimTaiWoong | 2015, (95) | pp.181~205 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    Early 18th century song book the Chungguyoungeon, Hadonggayo, etc. a variety of music that seems to have been organized in a very systematic. However, a large number of works are either listed on Isakdaeyeop are listed in Manhoengchungru. The music of the 18th century was a time of songs that were open distinctive how to sing without development in various ways. This can be seen through gyerangjo(桂娘調), Leesechun jeonchang(傳唱), Mogdansung(牧丹聲), Songsilsol(宋蟋蟀). In contrast, a song book late 18th century and early and mid 19th century, 'Dugeo'', 'Junggeo', 'pyeonggeo', 'banyeop', various songs are created. This is a song that is derived from Isakdaeyeop. In addition, Manhoengchungru also creates a variety of derivative song. The flow in this period appears early and mid 18th century, and other aspects such as song books compiled by the occurrence of unusual music, or the music that combined several musical sound emerged. In particular, It is very difficult to identify the nature of the song book because of Sakdaeyeop of Byunhwagagokjip, Yuldangdaeyeop of Akbu of Seoul university, Gakjoeum of Heungbibu. This song is a song book, song books three books, but that is meaningful in itself. Thus away from traditional visual look at the Gajip from the perspective of the most important characteristics of 'Song Book' in the Gajip study it achieved a better future.
  • 9.

    The Significance of “The Deep-rooted tree Pansori Appreciation Society” held and the impact on the revival of pansori

    Tae-hwa Lee | 2015, (95) | pp.207~236 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    In January 1974 to September 1978 "The Deep-rooted tree Pansori Appreciation Society" was held by Pansori Society and the Britannica's sponsorship. The name "The Deep-rooted tree Pansori Appreciation Society", are those called by changing to suit the March 1976 of the magazine 『The Deep-rooted tree』 launched, until 1975 was called "Britannica Pansori Appreciation Society". This appreciation society, which was held up to 100 times, has the very important significance in the history of pansori. Through the time of the Japanese colonial period and the Korean War, pansori lost a viable and competitive. And It was to wind up floating and lost popular appeal. Then, pansori is since the 1960s that are on the verge of death, is obtained the momentum of revival little by little, had some important opportunity there. First, the Cultural Properties Protection Law was enacted in 1962, it is designated as an important intangible cultural asset No. 5 from 1964, pansori became the object to be officially protected and saved. Then, Park Dong-jin was steadily successful Wan-chang(完唱, full version singing of pansori) as a starting point the September 30, 1968. And other artists who want to validate their skills even while being joined in their ranks, and that was done before the changed atmosphere. Then during the pansori it is, academically and popularly, to meet the new instruments. It's the beginning of "Britannica pansori Appreciation Society", and it subsequently published the complete works pansori music. The appreciation society, not only was a good example to allow other appreciation society similar results, had various effects on pansori system. When you organize its impact and significance, it is as follows. First, lively atmosphere that was created to hold "pansori appreciation society" here and there. Second, the bottom of the pansori is expanded around the young people. Third, it was an opportunity to complete the process to record the traditional pansori that has been handed down to those days. In particular this is instead of finished appreciation society only, since led to the publication of pansori Complete Works album, it can be a to achieve the results. Fourth, it was recognized the value of Jeonpan-pansori(singing pansori from the start to the end). So it gives should be treated carefully motivation authentic pansori than Tomak-sori(partial singing of pansori) and Chang-geuk(唱劇). Fifth, it was a chance to be able to look back on the value of the drummer. In particular, Kim Myeong-hwan, the success is continued until pansori Complete Works album announcement, came to be recognized ability to ensure its. And, he was designated as an important intangible cultural heritage performing arts person for the first time February 2, 1978 as the drummer.
  • 10.

    The Meaning of Poetic Space Shown in Poetry By Choi Gyong-Chang

    Jeong, Il-gwon | 2015, (95) | pp.237~262 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    This study speculates on the poetic intent of Gojuk Choi Gyong-Chang centering on some of his poetry which has an open arrangement with regard to space but has psychologically closed arrangement, based on whether he used the artistic effect positively and actively in writing his poetry, or whether he broke it negatively. This study identified openness and closure in space and its psychological representation and the results are presented as follows: For this purpose, this study examined a few verses with an open arrangement in space and psychologically. In revealing his wishes and desires, and his will with regard to responsibility and integrity as a public man in his poetry, Gojuk was open in space or psychologically, that is, he was positive and active. ‘When he was with those he loved’ or ‘when he dealt with the teachings of a wise and sublime nature’, he opened his psychology to unconsciously open space in order to actively show his enthusiasm. Meanwhile, this study examined a few verses with closed arrangements of space psychologically. Gojuk was psychologically closed in an open space when he was separated from the missing, when he encountered strange and anxious futures or when he was faced with a world filled with desires for the pursuit of fame and wealth. He showed clear intent in writing poetry by setting arrangements in space while having the space closed psychologically. Just as a paradox becomes a stronger affirmation, so the poet's intent was highlighted through the use of open space while being closed psychologically. Thus, the spatial arrangement, closure and openness psychologically were a clue to understand his mind and intent in writing poetry.
  • 11.

    A study on 「Bigeuksoseol amnokgang」

    CHO JAE-HYUN | 2015, (95) | pp.263~288 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    「Bigeuksoseol amnokgang」 is manuscript of Hangeul classical novel, be owns about The Academy of Korean Studies, the Jangseogak Library. It’s a vocabulary and a style is presumed that it was manuscript of the Japanese Colonial Period, after 1912. This work was made from a narration of 「Hwangwolseonjeon」’s heroine Hwangwolseon to IHwasun’s narration, and a narration of 「Eoryongjeon」s hero Eoryong to IHwayeong’s narration. 「Hwangwolseonjeon」 was made by novelization of 「Hwanghwairyeop」 narration, and 「Eoryongjeon」 is classical novel of a war made to apart from a brother and a sister. Therefor, 「Bigeuksoseol amnokgang」 peculiarity was pointed to IHwayeong, IHwasun’s suffering and it’s overcome. 「Bigeuksoseol amnokgang」 was seems to change from classical novel’s narration of hero to the others characters’s narration. In traditional families’s restoration, the story of meet and part to brother and sister(Whole blood) of 「Bigeuksoseol amnokgang」 can show us to the children generation’s narration is a idealistic vision. 「Bigeuksoseol amnokgang」 show not only keeping Confucian values and overcome to suffering the younger generation. The meaning is the conservative views’s reation of literature, has an object in prepared with a colonial peculiarity’s ‘a new familism’.
  • 12.

    Speculation on Chinese Poetry Written by Women from Noble Families in the 16th Century and the Expressive Aspects Used - Chinese Poetry by Song Duk-Bong and Huh Nanseolhun-

    Han seong geum | 2015, (95) | pp.289~312 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    In the 16th century, there were many literary activities and achievements. Nevertheless, literary activity by female poets was poor as poetry was a holy space where women were not allowed. In spite of this background, Song Duk-Bong(1521〜1578) and Huh Nanseolhun(1563〜1589) wrote Chinese poetry under these environmental difficulties as wives of high officials. They were engaged in characteristic literary activities produce collections of literary works while living in the same age, but their poetic thinking and expressive methods were different. Both were born in elite families, were well-educated, and strongly attached to literary activities as well as having confidence in their abilities. However, they were different with regard to acceptance and rejection based on Confucian ethics. Song Duk-Bong took care of her family alone because her husband was exiled and she practiced Confucian ethics in her life. Therefore, under the trust and support of her husband, she was very active in her life and her way of life was positively revealed through her poetic expression, also she did not write poetry with themes based on Gyuwon. Although Huh Nanseolhun was born with a talent for poetic writing and well-educated in literature, she did not adapt herself to her environment which emphasized Confucian womanly virtues. Her world where she could not exercise her outstanding literary talent was closed as it considered human nature important. It was expressed in her Chinese poetry under the theme of Gyuwon of Chinese poetry using diverse materials. Also, the two women differed in the poetic material they used. Song Duk-Bong and Huh Nanseolhun chose different subjects and expressive methods in writing poetry. The latter used interest in neighbors and society as well as family affairs and individuals as poetic materials while the former used only her family as a subject for poetry. Therefore, this study has meaning in that it reconsidered the prejudiced perspective that female poets in the Joseon Period sang of the absence of their husbands.
  • 13.

    Aspects of Post-colonialism in Jeong Yang's Poems and its Value

    Kim Hye-won | 2015, (95) | pp.315~342 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This research aims at analysing aspects of post-colonialism of Jeong Yang's poems and identifying his perception and intention of post-colonialism and investigating its value. So the research investigates aspects of post-modernism formed between colonist and the colonized in discourse of modern history, being divided into three steps of stratum focusing on the poems reveals zeitgeist and historic consciousness of Jeong Yang: external colonialism, domestic colonialism and internal colonialism of individuals. Therefore the research first identified that Jeong Yang marked America as a back of division of Korean Peninsula and dictatorship and resisted against American imperialism with rejection and independence spirit against foreign power. And then it identified that he explored identity of neo-colonialism of Korean society belonged to colonial reality even after Independence and tried to resist against domestic colonial power with anti-dictator democratic spirit. Finally it also identified the self-reflective view of Jeong Yang to overcome the colonization of mind, catching domestic colonialism and colonialism of petit bourgeois infiltrated into minds of intellectuals dexterously. Thus the research investigated significantly that post-colonial view of Jeong Yang made us prospect the world of unification, independent national defense and self-reliance economy and then discourse on post-colonialism, in that Jeong Yang showed us that source of powerful strength was forming our way of thinking and cultural style was related to the system of colony discourse.
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    A Total Studies on Methodoloy and Epistemology of Body Discourses -A Central of Body Discourses Is Figured Since 1990's-

    Park Sungkyoung | 2015, (95) | pp.343~388 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This essay try to investigate on a form and construt method of body discourses through research for four writers, they are Eun heekyoung, Cheon yunyoung, Jung eehyun, Back gaheum since 1990's. They have a each methods to going to writing on body discourses. Body discourses have a big features are a new idea, new representation by sensuous language of a bodily sense organ, instead of taking to pieces for an idealogical language, a symbolic code of a established discourse that is control and suppress people. This reseach present a 8 method of constructing body discourses by studies about 4 writer's method Theirs writings make up nature fitures and original figures of human in realities of life. So it enhance the value of human's primarial existence and it makes free that human's natural instinct, it dissolute a establised concepts that human being captured with a ideal, notion, moral. The new prescription of human's being shows a process of metaphysical concepts transfer phisics concepts, a ideal stationariness crash realities of existence. But that is human's being recover a essential realities. From the beginning of Body discourses, Eun heekyoung, Cheon eunyoung start and establish body discourse, they have founded it in Korea literary world. They suggest that the subject is body existence, existential subject. A existent body subject absorbe a object and world with one's six senses, is recorded a sprit, after that time a person have a conception, a dreaming, a injury. A conception for 'a body subject' of a writers compose narrative's base epistemology, also narration method and narrative method. Two authers write detailed abservation body sense and communication with a world and object, illustrate and take to pieces in body. There are only exist 'a body-subject' is communicate by body to body without a value, system, order of the existing discourse. Becoming serious process of bodily discourse, writer have conception in Buddhism's point of view on body, so they are accepted a object, a world with only body sense. From this point, authors started narrative with all sense of body, next after connected a behavier, a consciousness, a notion. The suppress and manage of power orgarnization, control to invidual subject on completely and deeply rooted. Four writeter's interest is expanding politic structure and a ideology that suppress and control in subject's body, because of being overthrown for "a fallus's established system". Body discourses and feminism discourse are based on postmodernism, disconstruct existed discours. Our body discourse started and became serious on Feminine writings. Jung eehyun continue on writing and storytelling about womans's life, experience of daily at actual environment, so she would occupied a position on ecriture feminine. Jung arrange various 'feminity' through various woman's ego and show women is achived a self identifying. In this process, her writing meet body discourses, because woman's life is full with body actives. Baek Gaheum author has constructed on body discourse rarely among man author. His heroes are proletarian on the society economy system and they don't criticize about their environment is excepted them. Heroes are showed body relations, life of body, act of body on real life, therefore expose life's real meannings in author's purpose. There are reapeted materials of violence, murther, death, so we knows that one ego is started and died only with body. This is meaning that body is grounded and established for the self, it is author's cognition about "The body subject". Furthermore a closing observate about isolation and solitude of body relationships, body subject is reprsented in a current situation being taken to pieces. The other side, through hero's relation with woman, proletaria hero exibite phallus force in the presence of a woman, repeatedly practice violence, sexual violence, murther to her. Therefore it is showed that a order Phllocentrism system isn't taking pieces until now by man writer. Other sides, in relationship among man & woman, Hero pursue desire of Mother, his bodily ego lay open unconcious desire against contral system.
  • 15.

    Exploring the literary magazine, “New Literature”

    Baek, Soo-in | 2015, (95) | pp.389~414 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    “New Literature(신문학),” whose publication was first launched in Gwangju during the Korean war when Seoul was, taken by, and mostly in the hands of, the North Korea, emerged not just as a simple literary coterie magazine published in a mid-sized southwestern city away from Seoul, but performed its valuable role as a literary outlet that bears particular significance for our history of modern literature. The magazine, as a pure literary magazine, contributed much to maintaining synchronic connections between Seoul-based central areas and regional communities located away from Seoul, and in a diachronic sense, to filling in the literary vacuum during the war. It functioned as an important bridge that connected previously-published literary magazines such as “Baek-min” (백민, 1945-1950), Moon-yea (문예, 1949-1950), which disappeared during the war, with postwar literary outlets such as “Literary Art” (문학예술, 1954-1957) and “Modern Literature” (현대문학, 1955-present), “Liberal Literature” (자유문학, 1956) and so forth, which later turned into general literary magazines covering varied areas of literature. Published in “New Literature” during its lifetime were twenty-seven poems by fifteen poets and twelve short stories written by eight novelists. Also included were 15 essays by 14 essayists, 4 critiques by as many literary critics, and 6 translated works by 4 translators, totalling 64 works by 41 writers. In particular, the magazine provided an important literary venue for such well-known works, later included in Korean textbooks for secondary school students, as Ganggangsullae by Dongjoo Lee, So-na-gi (Shower) by Soonwon Hwang, and other critically acclaimed literary works, to make their first appearance. This clearly indicates the essential role of, and the well-respected status of, “New Literature” in our history of modern literature. Hyunseung Kim, who launched and edited the magazine, emphasized two important considerations. First, he employed a process at which all comments from reviewers were combined and judged by the editorial board in order to achieve and maintain rigorous review processes for all authors/writers. Second, to overcome its own regional boundary, Kim made an effort to upgrade the status of the magazine as a nationwide literary outlet by helping widen its (potential) contributors’ scope of activities. New Literature as a highly respected literary magazine, although it did not last long and was in fact buried in history after 4 issues, played a critical role in bridging the two time points in the history of modern literature in Korea, that is, from the corerie magazine era to the general literary magazine era.
  • 16.

    Hearsay, Illusion, Self-consciousness -focused on <Gu-un-mong(The cloud nine of dreams)>-

    song byeong sam | 2015, (95) | pp.415~444 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract PDF
    In this paper, I was read <Gu-un-mong(The Cloud Nine of Dream)> of Choi In-hun, around the keywords of ‘illusion’ and ‘self-consciousness’. I suggest that Choi In-hun uses a ‘illusion’ as aesthetic techniques of writing, and the technique was how to implement the vision of the nature of art(literature) and configured his writing style. His illusion drawing as an act of artistic creation shows self-consciousness in recognition reflects on the artistic dimension and the dimension of the work itself. Just as many of Choi’s novels based on illusion, <Gu-un-mong> is also a works created the illusion embodied in the narrative. Illusion In this novel shows the two techniques(equipment) properties. This novel is divided into three large stories, Dokko-min’s stories, Dr Kim yong-gil’s stories, and Film premiere’s lecture stories. In the third, Setting as film movie tells the Min’s stories and Dr. kim’s stories are illusions configured and connected as a continuous scene of the film frame by frame. Rather than the previous two stories are illusion in itself, those stories are illusion of the reader which originated in a break between scenes of stories. Illusions in the novel are not as scenes depicting the strange and irrational, as a way to constitute the novel and hermeneutical method for understanding the entire contents of the novel. In addition, textual 'repeat' of the novel are another device that make reads as min’s stories are an illusion. Textual signifiers that are repeated are also appearing in other novels, as well as the text of Choi In-hun made only within <Gu-un-mong>. Illusions of this novel are the effect of the signifier repeated in the text, and it shows with the act creating(making) the illusion. Choi in-hun’s novel presented self-consciousness through perceptual apparatus such as the repetition of textual signifiers, operating preinciple of illusion, in terms of the consciousness of the artist and the works-itself of reflecting the characteristics of the text with its message. The whole scene of his novels were several versions of illusion, and the whole scene of his novels were several versions of illusion. Illusion in every Choi’s novels had self-reflection properties, it was one of the creation method, further one of the styles in 1960s literary (fictional) writing.
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    Oh Jang-hwan's Middle Path

    Oh Moon-seok | 2015, (95) | pp.445~463 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The poets of the 1930s could be classified into two groups by their poetic orientations. One group pursued poetic innovation by receiving modern civilization of the West; the other had recourse to nostalgic restoration of the lost tradition. Oh Jang-hwan, however, denied to belong to either of poetic groups. He stood on the in-between space, neither on the modern city nor on the traditional village. At one point, he paid attention to the seamy side of the modern city in which prostitution, gambling and drugs prevailed to criticize hypocritic life of the city. Of course, he did not champion traditional life. He engaged in disclosing the hypocricy and duplicity of traditional morality when many cultural nationalist harked back to the so-called traditional way of life. For him, traditional ethics was a kind of monstrous social machine forcing individuals' sacrifice under the name of family. In order to imagine a flight-line from this oppressive traditional ethics, he often idealized the modern individual's desire that challenged traditional norm. Viewed in this way, he seemed to be a pessimistic skeptic who denied both modernity and tradition at the same time. However, he was not a skeptic. Rather he was closer to the experimentalist, who juxtaposed both modernity and tradition to make them deconstruct each other. In other words, he chose 'middle path' when the society forced to choose either modernity or tradition. By doing so, he opened up a new possibility of combining modernity and tradition dialectically.
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    A Study on the Gendered Topography of Longing for other places and leaving Home in Lee Seon-hee’s Fictions

    Yun Youngok | 2015, (95) | pp.465~488 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Gender formed complex interrelation with spaces, cultural tastes, physical symptoms. Longing for other places, Leaving Home and physical illnesses in Lee Seon-hee’s fictions were related with gender-specific topography. The islands and primitive spaces as places for where women ran away from home in Lee seon-hee’s fictions were temporary alternative spaces. These compositions of home and spaces critically expressed against modern culture and institutions. Those awareness of home or other spaces acquired distances enabled us to gaze at and think about gender relations. Specially those represented that home was the place to negotiate for gender relation.
  • 19.

    Present Meaning of “Barbarian Flower” by Lee Yong-ak from Perspective of Reproduction

    Lee, Kang-Ha | 2015, (95) | pp.489~513 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    From the perspective of identity, Lee Yong-ak’s “Barbarian Flower (Violet, Orangkaekkot)” is a very difficult poem. The term, “Barbarian Flower” itself is a paradoxical combination of brutal image of “Orangkae (Barbarian)” and soft and pure plant image, “Kkot (Flower).” In “Barbarian Flower,” “Orangkae” as a subject of violence and looting, found only in local distinctiveness and “Orangkae” who is an object of sympathy, as a northern minority, are floated contradictorily. This contradictory “Orangkae” is interpreted as an objective correlative of Korean people in an oppressed position during the Japanese colonial era in critical discourse, and on the other hand, it is also interpreted as a colonial subject by Japan’s Naeseon Ilche (Korea and Japan are One) policy. Critical discourse surrounding “Barbarian Flower” where two contradictory subjects of identification are mixed, is not uniform. These aspects of reproduction such as citation, parody, pastiche and plagiarism of “Barbarian Flower” show how it is consumed indirectly. The aspects of its consumption may be the meaning of “Barbarian Flower” accepted at the present site beyond the meaning of institutional criticism for the establishment of the canon. This study aims to investigate and reveal the present meaning of “Barbarian Flower” by examining the aspects of reproduction of Lee Yong-ak’s “Barbarian Flower.” For Lee Yong-ak’s “Barbarian Flower,” the elements identified by its citation poems are divided into ‘1) simple plant image, 2) Sympathy for the minority and the weak, 3) Korean people’s oppressed position under Japanese occupation, and 4. Northern sentiment.’ Non-uniform creative acceptance of the canon is rather than the problem of the citation poems, that of the ambiguity of the meaning of the original text itself. Due to this ambiguity, although the most textbook theme of “Barbarian Flower” is the identification with minority and the weak in the citation poems, its use is not active in folk poetry series. Second, the citation poems misperceive Lee Yong-ak’s Northern locality as Manchuria area, not the border with Far East of Russia. Third, no citation poems that express respect and contempt, the most typical tones of parody are found. Although Lee Yong-ak’s “Barbarian Flower” is a work in the process of canonization, it is a work structured so that the proper reproduction is made impossible. As of the time of writing, creative reproduction of the meaning of “Barbarian Flower” that is intertwined with external context complexly is a dilemma. The meaning of “Barbarian Flower” in the site of reproduction, which should take on this dilemma, comes to be in a condition that cannot but be narrowed.
  • 20.

    The essence of mimesis and the memory's network

    Lee Yong Wook | 2015, (95) | pp.515~532 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract
    In this paper, "Intellectualization oriented society and Humanities Engineering" the essence of art as a follow-up study of how different oral medium that the with Characters media, depending on changes in the operating principle of imitation and creative media. A digital writing authoring tools and built-mediated mouse will explain how the networks and associated media and "Edit" remembered that appear to intervene in the mechanisms of imitation and creation. Typewriters were to remove the visual effect from the act of writing, the computer and disconnect the accident was work. While adapting to a computer mouse and the Internet and new writing environment that provides human act of writing is separate from the grounds otherized. Digital was replaced by the exchange of knowledge and information between the memory and the DB instead of that way of thinking restore memory by connecting the human and machine to the network. Now the reason has been given a new interface on the boundary of the material and non-material away from the man's appropriation. Starting from the technology from imitating our consciousness and body, it has evolved in a way that creates a new consciousness and body. Information technology is transforming our consciousness in a manner that is optimized for the further interface up to mimic human. This technique does not nefarious (Do not to be evil) to the user (user) and is required when the wisdom of the actor (player) you can make us a new question beyond the knowledge of the humanities.
  • 21.

    Review and task for the government invited Graduate Scholarships language training

    Deokshin Kim | 2015, (95) | pp.533~554 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study aims to make it a review of the language training program for government invited Graduate Scholarship, Teaching students already studying in graduate training are two rider surveys to target and stay abroad, Korean Language Proficiency Requirements watering, evaluation methods placed to that proposed for such purpose. Studied by questionnaire analysis, intermediate language classes, dissertation presentation suggested that the Korean language skills required for admission according to different. However, it has limitations in this study did not made this point is that the compact design scheme was limited to the University Teaching trainees without much research participants. Designing a more specific language training program, leaving a challenge. Under the invitation of Korea who gracefully invited scholars to study government hope to help you study with minimal barriers to the Korean language.
  • 22.

    Formation of ethical subject and Writing

    LEE JAE-KI | 2015, (95) | pp.555~579 | number of Cited : 0
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    This thesis was composed during the process of answering three questions. First, where does ethical duty (what one should do) of a subject lie? For example, is in the theoretical world or the world of life? Second, what relationship does writing have with the formation of an ethical subject? Third, what is the direction of writing education for the formation of an ethical subject? I have answered these questions with Bakhtin’s argument as its basis and have tried to form a new perspective and sensitivity on the ethical side of writing through this. In Chapter II, the place in which ethical duty exists and the relationship between the formation of an ethical subject and writing was discussed. Based on Bakhtin’s initial writings, 『Toward a Philosophy of the Act』, an emphasis was put on the fact that the place in which ethical duty exists is not the theoretical world but the world of life. Duty of subject was thought to be composed by the responsible participation of the subject on the existing event. Writing is a process in which the subject participates in the existing event and is also an event in which the theoretical world and the world of life is mutually checked upon and penetrated. Thus, I discussed the fact that writing can become an important opportunity to form the ethical judgment ability and ethical sensitivity of the subjectivity. In chapter III, I discussed the direction of writing education for the formation of an ethical subject. First, there is a need to emphasize writing that strongly maintains the characteristics and outsideness of the author. When writing to maintain such characteristics, I can wholly express myself in depth through others and the others can do so as well through me. Second, writing must be a place to self-examine in depth about the way we meet with others. Writing is a process of meeting with so many others. And the opportunity or potential of forming an ethical subject that writing has lies in the process of self-examination on the way of meeting others.
  • 23.

    A critical review on the analysis about the material 『Korean language for Married immigrant women 1』 -A focused on Korean language textbook is based authenticity-

    Jeon han sung | Min jung ho | 2015, (95) | pp.581~610 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to find out the importance of reality in Korean language education and suggest improvements for materials based on reality by analyzing "Korean language for Married immigrant women." In this study, the reality in Korean language education was defined by the general performance of learners participating in activities by themselves in order to accomplish its goal in a real context. By the definition, this study proposed three categories for analysis; the reality of communicative situation, the reality based on the distinctiveness of learners, and the reality based on the surroundings of learners. After analyzing the material "Korean language for Married immigrant women", practical ways for materials and activities were proposed as results of this study. First, it is important to consider the contexts of learners, time and places in communicative situation. Second, educational contents should include activities which can recognize and distinguish written and spoken words considering the distinctiveness of learners. Third, standard language and dialect should be taught together depending on the learners' individual circumstances. In the end, the emphasis of reality in Korean language education means the consideration of all the circumstances and sociocultural context that Korean language education and learners will face. Finally, it is meaningful for this study to discuss ways of performing Korean language education relating to reality in aspect of materials and activities.
  • 24.

    Teaching Methods for Regulation of Standard Korean Connected with Grammar Class of Secondary School

    Jo chang-gyu | 2015, (95) | pp.611~635 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    The first step to manage dignified life and have required qualities as a democratic citizen is doing correct language living. Regulation of standard korean and practicing is necessary to have correct language living. As the school grammar intends practicality, it presents connected grammar and regulation of standard korean. The purpose of this paper presents detailed way to connected grammar units and regulation of standard korean through 7th grade to 10th grade. To achieve the purpose, I examined curriculum, selected essential teaching and learning rules and presented syllabus based on the process. Teaching and learning for regulation of standard korean that I presented is not studying only the regulation of standard korean but connecting grammar and regulation of standard korean in grammar units class. So, this methods helps enhance fundamental understanding to grammar teaching, since it can be a chance to have an attitude that grammar units are interesting subject connected with life. This consequently raise educational efficiency. Provided that teachers have a distant view of whole contents to grammar units and regulation of standard korean, reconstruct textbook contents. Consultation among korean language teachers is needed, too.