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Aims & Scope
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Founded in 1993, KSCLC published the first issue of The Journal of Study on Language and Culture of Korea and China in March 1993. The Journal, published four times a year. Our jiurnal has received the national fund from the Seoul Confucius Institute in Korea. The Journal is registered in the KCI(Korea Citation Index). All issues published have also been issued in online open access PDF format.
Editor-in-Chief
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Han Jiyeon

(Chung-Ang University)

Citation Index
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  • KCI IF(2yr) : 0.07
  • KCI IF(5yr) : 0.05
  • Centrality Index(3yr) : 0.249
  • Immediacy Index : 0.1481

Current Issue : 2022, Vol., No.64

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  • A Study on the Double Classification of the Term “Yong” as Verbs and Prepositions

    Kim Jong-Chan | Jia Baoshu | 2022, (64) | pp.3~21 | number of Cited : 0
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    There are two main different classification for the term “Yong”. Some argue that “Yong” can be classified as a verb and preposition. The people who claim “Yong”has two classifications argue that “Yong” and its object are used in sentences with an adverbial function or meaning, “Yong” should be classified as a preposition. If that structure consists of the main predicate , then it should be classified as a verb. If we just consider a word′s function in a given sentences, when we judge a word’s classification, there would be many double classification words in Modern Chinese. On the other hand, others argue that whether “Yong + object” structures function as an adverbial or not, “Yong” is just still a verb. My opinion , as I will argue in this paper, is that while the structure of “Yong + object” can be used as adverbials, it also can be used as the main predicate in sentences. Considering this, I argue that “Yong” is a verb.
  • A Corpus-Based Analysis of the Synonyms in Modern Chinese - Focusing on “qíng kuàng (情况)” and “zhuàng kuàng(状况)”

    CHE YUN JI | 2022, (64) | pp.23~55 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study aims to analyze the synonyms “qíng kuàng (情况)” and “zhuàng kuàng(状况)” based on the corpus of CCL and BCC. First of all, it is observed that the collocation word placed on the left side of “qíng kuàng” tends to have an abstract meaning, whereas the left-sided collocation word of “zhuàng kuàng” is prone to be specific. The right-sided collocation words of these two, on the other hand, are mainly functional, most of which are used for a connection. Secondly, the interchange between “qíng kuàng” and “zhuàng kuàng” is a matter of “tendency.” Lastly, compared with “qíng kuàng,” most of the words collocated with “zhuàng kuàng” are in a negative sense. The semantic prosody of “qíng kuàng” can be considered neutral, while that of “zhuàng kuàng” is negative.
  • The Expressions of Quantity of VP Structure in the Modern Chinese Period

    JIAO YUMEI | 2022, (64) | pp.57~82 | number of Cited : 0
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    In contemporary Chinese, the expressions of “quantity” related to the VP structure are complex, and there are situations where "adverbs or adjectives" and the quantitative structure co-occur compulsory. It is difficult to explain the reasons for this situation only by examining modern Chinese, and it is also difficult to explain the rationality of the co-occurrence of adjectives or adverbs with quantitative components. In view of the fact that the modern Chinese period (Late Tang and Five Dynasties-Ming and Qing periods) is an important period for the formation of contemporary Chinese adverb system and quantitative expression system. This article attempts to investigate the relevant corpus of this period, and to find the reasons for the formation of related structures in contemporary Chinese, and hopes to have a clearer understanding of the form of the VP structure of contemporary Chinese through the investigation.
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