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2021, Vol., No.119

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    The morphological and semantic aspects of the suffix, ‘-jaengi’ in the Jeonbuk dialect

    LeeEunSeon | 2021, (119) | pp.5~29 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study investiages morphological and semantic features of the suffix '-쟁이(jaengi)' in the Jeonbuk dialect (North Jeolla). The suffix, -jangi, is one of the most frequently used affixes both in the Standard Korean and the Jeonbuk dialect. Not much attention has been laid on the uses of ‘- jaengi’ in the Jeonbuk dialect. The current study focuses on the morphological and semantic aspects of the ‘-jaengi’ in the Jeonbuk dialect based on the derivational words including ‘-jaengi.’ In the Jeonbuk dialect, the suffix, ‘-jaengi’ is attached to the following word classes–noun, verb, adjective, and adverb, even to the noun phrase and predicate. The ‘-jaengi’ addes the indicative and emotional meanings to its stem. For the indicative meaning, ‘-jaengi’ delivers the meanings of ‘a person who engages in the particular profession,’ ‘a person with a specific nature,’ or ‘a person who takes a repetitive action.’ It follows personal pronouns and body parts as well. These derivational uses attest that ‘-jaengi’ is productively used in the Jeonbuk area and its meanings are not restricted to humans but can be expanded beyond the human categories. In this discussion, in order to reveal the characteristics of the Jeonbuk dialect ‘-jaengi’ derivative, the ‘-jaengi’ derivative was primarily extracted from the Jeonbuk dialect data. And these derivatives were examined in terms of form and meaning. In the Jeonbuk dialect, the suffix ‘-jaengi’ is combined with various fishing groups such as nouns, verbs, and adjectives to form derivatives, and due to the high productivity of ‘-jaengi’, it can be seen that ‘-jaengi’ is also combined with the use of noun phrases. In addition, the meaning of the suffix '-쟁이' could be largely divided into cases where the meaning of a person is added, the negative emotions of the speaker are added, and other cases. In the case of adding a person's meaning, it was confirmed that it functions as a conjunction with various meanings, such as “person who does such things professionally,” “person who does such things repeatedly,” depending on the nature of the violation. It has already been combined with personal nouns that have human meaning and nouns that mean part of the body or location to add meaning to the subordinate. This seems to have expanded to other areas, not just humans, as the suffix ‘-jaengi’ was actively used in this area.
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    A study on the top portion of a modern cheok-dok book

    Chen, Jing | 2021, (119) | pp.31~63 | number of Cited : 0
    In the early 20th century, to respond to the expanding postal culture of each class, a variety of cheok-dok books were released, and in addition to showing the basic letter rules, they provided various supplementary materials using the blank space in the top portion of the text. In this study, 6 books were selected, and their top portion data were reviewed. By examining the composition and contents of each cheok-dok book, the obscure data in the cheok-dok books published in the early 20th century provides a supplementary explanation for the main body letter rules. It also has a role as a device to help develop Chinese language and Japanese language skills. What's more, through the process of examining the connectivity and complementarity between the top portion and the main text, it was possible to grasp the target readership that each cheok-dok book aims for to some extent.
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    A study on the image of the Qing Dynasty in the Hwangjae Yeonhaengrok

    piaomingshu | 2021, (119) | pp.65~98 | number of Cited : 0
    Based on the analysis of Hwangjae(黃梓)'s Yonhaengrok(燕行錄), who visited China twice in the mid-18th century, this study observes the differences in the images of the Qing Dynasty in the three editions of Yonhaengrok(燕行錄) and analyzes the reasons for the differences with Hwangjae(黃梓)'s identity consciousness. The reason why the image of the Qing Dynasty in Gap’ in Yonhaengrok(甲寅燕行錄) is relatively objective is that Hwangjae(黃梓) realized his public role as a messenger and reflected this in his narration. On the other hand, Gap’ in Yonhaeng byeolrok(甲寅燕行别錄) presents a more negative image of the Qing Dynasty than Gap’ in Yonhaengrok(甲寅燕行錄). Because it is narrated based on the consciousness of Noron Cheongryu (老論 淸流)related to the Qing Dynasty.16 years after, the Gyoung‘ o Yonhaengrok(庚午燕行錄), as a supplement of the Gap’ in Yonhaeng byeolrok(甲寅燕行别錄), further consolidate the inherent negative theory of Noron Cheongryu (老論淸流) of the Qing Dynasty. Gyoung’ o Yonhaengrok(庚午燕行錄) believes that the conclusion in Gap’ in Yonhaeng byeolrok(甲寅燕行别錄) is correct, and it further proves this conclusion by enumerating corresponding situations.
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    The Planning of Romanticism and the Will to Self-Completion in the Literature of Lee, Sang-wha

    Kim, Yun-jeong | 2021, (119) | pp.99~130 | number of Cited : 0
    The purpose of this paper is to prepare a logic that can explain Lee Sang-hwa’s entire poetry. His poetry was often distinguished between the decadent sentimentalism period and the realism period. The early Lee Sang-wha was perceived as a weak poet and the later as a protest poet. However, this dichotomous framework is ineffective. It is desirable to understand Lee Sang-hwa's emotional-oriented attitude as an opportunity for self-realization. The most ultimate ideal for Lee Sang-hwa is the vitality of nature, The vitality that Lee Sang-hwa sought in the categories of individuality, society, and times represents the path of self-consciousness based on the truth of nature. Overall, it amounts to the project of romanticism. Society and communities are part of a phase in which they operate in this process of renewal. Lee Sang-hwa represents an absolute ego that has moved toward the completion of the world about the internal and external aspects surrounding him.
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    Correlation Analysis between Writing Attitude and Writing Difficulty of Vocational High School Students

    Choi, Ji Youn , Kim Gyeongyeol | 2021, (119) | pp.131~158 | number of Cited : 0
    The purpose of this study is to examine the writing attitudes of vocational high school students and to explore the relationship between writing attitudes and writing difficulties. And through this, we tried to find the implications of writing education in vocational high schools. As for the writing attitude according to the category, the household category was the highest among the agricultural, industrial, commercial, household, and marine categories. As a result of dichotomizing the five disciplines, the writing attitude score of the industrial and marine departments, which had a large proportion of subjects that required practical skills and skills to be acquired, was low. In addition, the writing attitude score of agricultural, commercial, and housekeeping departments with relatively small proportions of handling equipment and operating machines was high. As for the writing attitude according to gender, as in the previous research results, female students showed higher results than male students. It is clear that vocational high school students have significantly fewer opportunities to establish higher thinking skills through writing than general high school students. Some educational suggestions to overcome this are presented at the end.
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    Pronunciation patterns and characteristics of Post-nasal Tensification in Mongolian Korean learners

    Hao, Shuai , An, Sung-min | 2021, (119) | pp.159~182 | number of Cited : 0
    This study aims to provide basic data and educational suggestions for Mongolian Korean learners to teach the pronunciation of post-nasal tensification. For this purpose, an experiment was conducted on the pronunciation of post-nasal tensification for intermediate and advanced Mongolian learners, and the pattern and characteristics of tensification were investigated. As a result of the study, tensification rate of sentence utterance was higher than that of word utterance, and there was no difference in proficiency level. In word utterance, there was a significant difference between intermediate and advanced learners. The pattern of tensification in verbs and nouns was different. There was no significant difference between the conjugation of ‘an-’ and ‘al-’. The length of the syllable or the frequency of word use did not affect the pronunciation of the tensification. The error rate was higher when the preceding element was a double consonant than when it was a single consonant. It was found that the error rate of the trailing element was higher when it was a connective ending than when it was an auxiliary verb.