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2017, Vol., No.100

  • 1.

    Semantic Characteristics of Complex Predicate 'hada'

    Kim Gyeongyeol | 2017, (100) | pp.7~33 | number of Cited : 0
    The purpose of this thesis is to identify the semantic characteristics of complex predicate 'hada'. That's because the semantic characteristics have not been discussed a lot. Also the reason why the subject of study is confined to complex predicate 'hada' is to be accepted as complex predicate in most studies for complex predicate to be discussed. Complex predicate constructions have the internal separation and independent argument structure. Though the preceding constituent of complex predicate has predicative, that's not absolutely the case. However the preceding constituent must have not argument 'hada' but other argument. If not so, a new argument must be realized. In case that asyntactic root, adverb or bound noun is used as the preceding constituent, complex predicate can not be realized. Light verb is 'its lexical meaning is not meaningless but very abstract, so light verb performs a role that sense subject of preceding constituent can be realized as the subject of complex predicate construction. However it is verb which can't confine the semantic role the subject of complex predicate construction has'. Therefore 'hada' was set differently compared to existing light verbs in this thesis. 'Hada' is heavily dependent since its meaning is very abstract in the process of forming complex predicate. Thus it can not have the independent argument structure. However it can have the dependent argument structure as it is combined with the meaning of preceding constituent and forms complex predicate. Syntactic intimacy and semantic relationship among associating constituent can't be the core characteristic to distinguish complex predicate.
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    Study on hypercorrection of phonological change

    Bae Younghwan | 2017, (100) | pp.35~66 | number of Cited : 7
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    The primary purpose of this study is to identify the relationship between phonological change in the Korean language and its hypercorrection. To this end, this study further clarified the idea of hypercorrection, conditions, scope, etc. which had been rather unclear so fareto explain the relationship between phonological change and hypercorrection. To test the idea, conditions, etc. the study extracted hypercorrection examples in the Korean central dialect and investigated in which pattern the hypercorrections appeared in the actual literature by setting it as its secondary purpose. To this end, examples were extracted and quantified centering on palatalization and labialization and their development patterns were discussed. As a result, the hypercorrections in Korean central dialect were limited to the phonological change delivered from regional dialects. In this study, hypercorrection was recognized when the phonological environments were identical between the phonological change input part and alternant output part. In addition to this, the study discussed the possibility of different hypercorrection patterns according to social prestige. In this type of transformation under social prestige, the study looked at regions, social classes and vocabulary types to investigate different realization of hypercorrections. The Korean central dialect, first of all, was regarded more prestigious than regional dialects. It was also found that the language reflecting the upper class, rather than the language reflecting the mid class; and Sino­Korean words, rather than the native words in terms of lexicon type; were more socially prestigious thus, showing different hypercorrection patterns. Lastly, it was discussed that hypercorrection immediately appeared from the moment of phonological change or its acceptance and hypercorrection also occurred during active phonological changes or near the completion stage.
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    A study of a syntactic and semantic analysis of possessive verbs constructions and a proximity with dative verbs constructions

    Jo KyungSun | 2017, (100) | pp.67~96 | number of Cited : 1
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    The semantic features are structuralized into the semantic structures, and such semantic structures are closely related to the syntactic structures. Through the diverse syntactic/semantic characteristics of the Korean sentences, it is possible to precisely approach and analyze semantic features. The purpose of this paper is to examine the syntactic/semantic characteristics of the possessive construction involving possession and to set the subject­conceptual structure of the possessive construction. The sentence meaning of the possessive construction can be defined as “the agent with a will dominantly owns the target”. To lexical­internally describe the characteristics of the possession, the conceptual semantics(Jackendoff) is used as a methodology. In addition, the possession is semantically closely related to the existential construction and ditransitive construction. The existential, possessive and ditransitive constructions are detected through the concept that they are based on a fixed semantic correlation.
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    A Study on the anonymity of Korean classic novel writer and literary respondence of consumers

    Kim Jin Young | 2017, (100) | pp.97~126 | number of Cited : 0
    This thesis studied about the anonymity of Korean classic novel writer and literary respondence of consumers. The cause of anonymity is looked shortly, and its actual condition is examined. Based on this, literary respondence due to anonymity is examined. In conclusion, it is as in the following. First, a cause of anonymity is studied. There are few eminent author’s work in Korean. Because majority of the works were distributed by an anonymous author. The reason for this can be found in caste system and the neo­Confucian. First, fallen aristocrats played an active part as a writer. However, the fact that the aristocrats wrote novels could not be revealed. Likewise, lower class were also unable to reveal the fact that they wrote a social criticism novel. Due to neo­Confucian, novels were treated as a menial thing so there were many an anonymous authors. On the aspect of history and morality, novels were target of eradication. Secondly, real condition of anonymity is studied. Most of the Korean novels were distributed by anonymous writers. These anonymous writings were first embodied by the intellectual class. Such writers are as in the following. To begin with, there are highbrow of a lower writers class and illiterate class. The highbrow took charge of recording tales. The illiterate class played a part in refining literature of oral tradition into documentary literature. Nextly, there are the two types of aristocrats, proletariat and bourgeoisie. The proletariat were a fallen man, professional writer for a living. The bourgeoisie worked as a writer for promoting literature desire. Third, a literary response of anonymity is studied. Only works without writer were distributed, so Korean novel had no copyright. So the consumers treated Korean novel as not as an individual work but as a cooperated works. Furthermore, a consumer could adapt a novel following one’s taste. People adapted a novel following the ideology of the community. The novel can be used as a tool for enhancing ideology of the community. Throughout the Joseon Dynasty, the neo­Confucian was forced to everyone, so that was a main subject of the novels. On the other hand, there was also a democratic awareness against the vested interests in the novels. The lower class embodied the novel while sharing the ideology.
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    A Study of the Discourse of Han Seung-Won's Novel ‘Father’ - Focusing on the Novel 『Submerged Father』-

    Kim Hea-kyung | 2017, (100) | pp.127~152 | number of Cited : 0
    This paper examines the discourse of the father in Han Seung-Won's novel Submerged Father, identifying several literary themes in the text First, the theme of a loss of identity dominates the protagonist Kim Oh-Hyeon's life, who was branded as 'the son of the Reds'. The Family’s genocide was also accepted as the catalyst that motivated Kim to rebuild the family through a marriage forced by his grandfather. This signified becoming passive - father-being - and showed that he could not revert to the state of being that characterized the name of the father . Second, Kim Oh-Hyeon was obsessed with compulsive desire due to trauma and deprivation. The down fall of the Reds family became a traumatic scar to Kim Oh-Hyeon and his grandfather. Kim Oh-Hyeon needed to raise more and smarter children to make them judges and prosecutors. His desire for judges and prosecutors was an attempt to shed the tag 'the son of the Reds' and restore the image of socially acceptable ideology in his family. Third, the author, Han Seung-Won, never neglected the failures of Kim Oh-Hyeon or the exposure of the family to conflict. Han made Kim regain the name of the father through the place of the father that Kim's wife made. Kim Oh-Hyeon recovered from a loss of identity and a fundamental deficit. This is a foreshadowing which implies a positive conclusion. This novel explores the ontological meaning and typical heaviness of the father of the times through the character, Kim Oh-Hyeon. Moreover, it is an opportunity to discover the value of pursuing understanding and harmony, rather than ideological confrontation, with one’s children. The novel has some meaningful differences from Han Seung-Won's other works, which do not describe a problem of conflict between father and son as contradictory figures.
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    A Study on digression in Korean Contemporary Novels - Focusing on Choi In-hoon’s Seoyugi(Journey to the West)

    Noh Dae-won | 2017, (100) | pp.153~181 | number of Cited : 0
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    In the novel text, 'digression' is a narrative form that takes a moment to break away from the central subject that was originally dealt with. It is also a discourse form of wordy chats, long talk, rambling and repeats. It has been regarded as an unnecessary redundant discourse and has been excluded for a long time. But it has its own aesthetic and can be a clue to the new interpretation. This paper attempted to characterize novels and actual text criticism for full- scale rhetorical study on the oral discourse of novel texts. In Korean modern novels, the Korean texts are classified as follows: first, knowledge (intellectual) novels and ideological novels, second, postmodern novels and avant-garde novels, third, popularist roman-fleuve, fourth, novels containing everyday experiences and stories of everyday life, fifth, psychological and psychopathological novels. This paper focuses on the digressional discourse of Choi In-hoon's novel, Seoyugi(Journey to the West), so that the concrete text critique work can be linked with the typification work. Seoyugi can be understood as a changeable digressional format such as 'Sun Wukong', or as a structure of the labyrinth. This is a the (post)colonial intellectual’s fantastic story exploring the identity, and the tragedy of modern intellectuals surrounded by authoritative discourse.
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    Meaning of the documents related to the Korea and Korean identified in the censorship document issued by the Police Dept. of the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication

    Moon Han byoul | 2017, (100) | pp.183~203 | number of Cited : 1
    Unlike the colonial Korea, Japan had continued to censor ideas and customs on its citizens through publication laws and publication ordinances after Meiji Restoration (1868). The censored document, 『List of the prohibited publications』, which shall be covered in this research, is a record of the prohibited materials against publishing arranged from 1898 to 1944 in the Police Dept. of the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. The records of the administrative disposition after censorship for the publications published by Japan in Japan was included as a table of contents in this record, among which the contents related to Korea and Korean were found quite a lot. As a result of this research, in case of the publications related to the Korea and Korean included in this table of contents, it was identified that mainly the resistant books and newspapers related to the protection of the national sovereignty of Korea, and the publications related to the Declaration of Independence raised in 2.8(Feb 08) and 3.1(Mar 01) were prohibited from 1898 to 1919. In addition, in the table of list from late 1930s to 1944, it is identified that the books related to the religion of Jehovah's Witnesses were intensively prohibited for publication. This is a different aspect from the matter that the single books related to the Korea and Korean included in the 『List of the prohibited single-books』published by the Police Dept. of Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications in similar time were prohibited publication intensively mainly for the books related to the communistic movement and history. Based on the results of this research, this article plans to examine 『Published newsletter of police』contradistinctively, which is another censorship document, in the future.
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    Jung's analysis From the psychological point of view Self-realization in novel "Eunggyo"

    lee myoung mi | 2017, (100) | pp.209~233 | number of Cited : 1
    Analyzing literature as a psychological theory can be positively evaluated in that it can lead to diversity in understanding literature. In this sense, Jung's analytical psychological view of human unconsciousness as a creative function suggests creative possibilities of literature. Humans can not live without revealing all their desires. This is because there is a life as a perza that can be called the position and face as a social role. Perzona is an outward personality that is necessary for human beings to make a relationship in society. However, the problem is that when he suppresses his desire and is hardened in the perza, the self and the perza become equal and lose the relation with the inner world and suffer the human alienation. The protagonist of the novel "Eunggyo" is portrayed as a poet of the nation and chooses a strategic life to appreciate his artistry through pure poetry writing. He suppresses the desire to express himself through novels or other prose which he has known as a letter, and he insists on writing only poetry. In order to maximize the artistic life, I live a lifelong single life for a life as an investigator and live a sexually controlled life. However, this desire is ignited by encountering a high school girl named Eun - jung, and the Noshin who could not tolerate it creates a fantastic shadow called Seo Ji - woo to fill her desire and project herself to the object. When the human being is the owner of a person who pursues life as a whole, this shadow projection is necessary in the process of consciousness of unconsciousness. In the end, the transvestite undergoes a process of becoming conscious of the unconscious, recognizing that Seo Ji-woo, who hates and despises himself, is his shadow. This can be interpreted as an opportunity to see himself as a whole out of the deformed life in which the self and the perza are cognized by the hardening in the perzona. The ambassador considers his shadow, Seo Ji-woo, and plans to eliminate him. It can be interpreted that Seo Ji-woo is trying to kill his own dark side, that is, his own pursuit of desire in that he is his shadow. This can be interpreted as the impulse of death to destruction, but it can be interpreted that the process of self-realization, that is, individualization, has come to a conclusion as the result of the act of the imitator who accepts the original self through death and is evaluated through the world. It is possible for the character of the person in the work to represent the human mind when it identifies himself with the characters in the literary works and attaches emotion. Despite a lot of controversy, this is why the reader is looking for the novel "Eunggyo". Therefore, the psychological approach of embracing and interpreting the human mind in literary works should be continued.
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    Consciousness of Existence in Yu Chi-Hwan's Poetry through Body Expression

    Ji-won,Lee | 2017, (100) | pp.235~265 | number of Cited : 1
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    Yu Chi-Hwan aesthetically embodied his consciousness of existence with a focus on body. The aspect of body and consciousness of existence in Yu Chi-Hwan’s poetry can be classified broadly into the imprisoned body and the isolated consciousness of existence, the damaged body and the ego conflict, and the liberated body and the changeover of existence. Yu Chi-Hwan always noticed that all human bodies had to be tied on the surface of earth due to gravity. Although the imprisoned body was the initial point of limitation, it worked as an opportunity of making Yu Chi-Hwan provoke sensitive response to the limitation and jump over the limitation. The disease symptom or the pain of body is a direct and strong self-expression for the sensitive existence. Using the poet word of damaged body, the poet expressed the consciousness that all human beings had to be troubled with conflict since they are essentially existences with desire and beings with self-contradiction and duplicity. The collision between the lean body and the wing is a poetic method that shows the correlation between the conflict and the desire with a paradoxical esthetic sense. The consciousness of the poet pursuing the changeover of existence aims at getting out of gravity, namely the structure of vertical ascent. Escaping from the restriction of body and getting out of gravity mean getting away from the human world. Then the wing becomes an essential poetic method to liberate body and realize the changeover of existence. The proper province of the awareness of life that Yu Chi-Hwan seeks is characteristically placed beyond the point of the body limitation. It is a very interesting fact that the existence getting away from the human world gives shape to the true meaning of life. The relation between the life and the escape from human world which seems to be contradictory to each other at first glance is problematic, since it is outside the border of Saeng-myngpa dealing with humanity as key factor. This paper presents a new analysis of the esthetic achievement of Yu Chi-Hwan’s poetry by interpreting his poems with the view point of not only Saeng-myngpa but also body expression.
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    Developmental writing via self-discovery -Focused on exploring self-narratives during the narrative therapy

    SonMinyoung | 2017, (100) | pp.267~289 | number of Cited : 2
    This paper discusses a therapeutic writing technique that explores self-narratives and assists with self-discovery. Narrative therapy was explored as a method, and a case of graduate student A was reported. First, student A’s self-narrative was explored focusing on emotion. As a result, the student self-discovered that too much energy was invested into the development of interpersonal relationships. Next, an externalizing process via writing was conducted. In the process, student A focused on ‘changes’ in self-narratives, and as a result, the student reflected on a trauma resulting from the unexpected separation from a loved-one. Lastly, the student achieved self-development through free writing. During the writing process, student A’s language developed to sensorimotor, express egocentrism, and decentralization. Self-discovery helps one to meet oneself in the past, to understand oneself in the present, and to plan oneself in the future. Therefore self-discovery is an important element of self-development. Writing is a good method for development through self-discovery, because it forces one to critically engage with and analyze the language being constructed.