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2017, Vol., No.43

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    An error study that can be seen in writing Chinese Characters foruniversity students in Korea - Focusing on the Sino-Korean Words in Editorials of Newspapers -

    Ryu DongChoon | 2017, (43) | pp.3~32 | number of Cited : 0
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    In this paper, we analyzed the error of writing Chinese characters indicated by the result of the task “University students search all Sino-Korean words in the editorials of the newspaper and write it with Chinese characters”. As a result of the analysis, the error is indicated and the proportion of the biezi(別字) is much higher than that of the cuozi(錯字), and most biezi(別字) wrongly writes the same pronunciation characters. In addition to this, it is possible to discover a few errors caused by the interference of the simplifier. Compared to my 2000 year research, I also use Chinese characters in Korean, so it can be seen that many letters related to sound are seen more often. The greatest reason for the occurrence of errors is that most recent students search Chinese characters using computers and mobile phones, so it is presumed that there is a deep connection between the word appearing in the input window of the Sino-Korean word and the appearance order of the words . In future, if you compare the difference in misprints between Chinese students and Korean students, it is necessary to deeply investigate the cause of spelling errors.
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    A Study on The Mold of Words ‘Bei(被)XX’

    Heungsoo Park | Ko, Eun Mi | 2017, (43) | pp.33~59 | number of Cited : 1
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    The purpose of this study is to recognize internet new words ‘BeiXX’ independently. Recently focusing on the Internet and the media, a series of ‘BeiXX’ semantic group have appeared such as ‘beijiuye’, ‘beizisha’, ‘beixiaokang’ . ‘BeiXX’ is called as ‘new Bei construction’, though high frequency, have settled in a newly coined word, in 2014 it was finally included in the dictionary. This means that ‘BeiXX’ has gained an independent position as an item. This study based on various kind of internet materials and the corpus, extract ‘BeiXX’ structure, on the basis of Word’s Mold theory, analyze its semantic meaning, structure, and usage.
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    Analysis II of Discourses in Chinese Sitcom Based on Conversational Implicature – forcused on the features of implicature and the age of the participants –

    양경미 | 2017, (43) | pp.61~86 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study is a follow up to “An analysis of discourses in Chinese sitcom based on conversational implicature – forcused on the maxims of conversation.” The same conversational corpus (5 sessions of 家有儿女) are used as in the previous study. The major features of implicature, such as universality, reversibility and dynamics and the situation of using implicature according to the age group are analyzed. The results are followed. First, adult speakers usually use implicature, which can be changed or canceled as the conversation is continued. Second, implicature is limitedly used and understood according to the participants’ age. Second, implicature is limitedly used and understood according to the participants’ age. The younger the children are, with more difficulty the implicature is used and understood. The older they are, the easier it is—according to the result, approximately children of age 6 can understand and use implicature. Adult speakers selectively utter implicature, by using a piece of implicature based on the contract with a third person, or by not using it on behalf of the children. It is desired that this study could offer the principles for understanding conversations and successful communication, so that they are utilized for learning a second language.
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    Study On The Chinese Language Education At Private Night Study Institutions And Academies from 1910 To 1930 In The Japanese Colonical Period

    Eunhee So | 2017, (43) | pp.87~122 | number of Cited : 0
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    During Japanese colonial era after Korea was annexed by Japan, Public Chinese language education had been conducted to the public Secondary school in 1932, when the curriculum of the Second Education Ordinance was revised. When Chinese education had not been implemented in the government and public schools, night study institutions and academies, which were founded and managed by the will of Chosun People and the patriots who wanted to improve Chinese language ability for active trade with China, offered Chinese language education. This study is focused on the purpose and the states of Chinese language education, which was proceeded at private night study institutions and academies in the Period of Japanese Occupation, by synthesizing and analyzing the data of Korean press, such as MaeilShinbo, the Dong-A Daily News, ChosunIlbo, which had reported from September of 1914 to February of 1939 when Japan enforced Chosen Educational Ordinance in the year of 1911, 1922, and 1938.
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    A study on the “Duiwen” Style in 《Wenxindiaolong․Zawen》

    Jeonglim Rhie | 2017, (43) | pp.123~141 | number of Cited : 1
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    This paper was performed to study of Ask and Answer Style from Wenxindiaolong․Zawen文心雕龍․雜文 and the process of writing style. About Ask and Answer Style from Wenxindiaolong․Zawen which to express their pent-up feelings through the use of rhetorical expressions, and classified according to create consistent streams since Dakenan答客難 by Dongfangshuo. Ask and Answer Style from Wenxindiaolong․Zawen, which shows that unique style and creative activity since Donghan東漢 is a very important factor.
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    The ideational reclusion of the Chinese literati in the Ming-Qing dynasty and their space recognition

    LEE, HYUN WOO | 2017, (43) | pp.143~169 | number of Cited : 0
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    This paper describes the ideational reclusion in the city and its space recognition for Chinese literati. For ideational reclusion in the Ming-Qing dynasty, the Chinese literati needed space for residence in the city, which can be divided into the indoor and outdoor space. The outdoor space includes the garden while the indoor space includes the library and living room. In the garden within the city, they made rockery(假山) and planted trees to express a natural feeling. In addition, to focus the appreciator’s view point, they installed sashed windows(框窗) as well as ornamental perforated windows(漏窗) to convert the static nature to the dynamic nature. In the library, they displayed a variety of things including a viewing stone(奇石), and bonsai which are the reduced forms of nature, as well as an ink stone and landscape paintings. These things helped them feel nature without going out of the gate as they can feel artificial nature in the garden and library. This ideational reclusion in the city has developed the Chinese garden culture and living culture which have also affected people in other countries including Joseon dynasty.
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    The Status and prospect on the study of the Silk Road music in Korea

    Kim, Hyun-Ju | CHAE EUN YOU | 2017, (43) | pp.171~195 | number of Cited : 0
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    This paper analyze the status and prospect on the study of the Silk Road music in Korea. In this paper, ‘Silk Road music’ not only means music on the Silk Road, but also the process of transferring and changing music from one country to another and the musical interchange of countries. Because Silk Road music was used in various rituals and festivals, the ancient people were able to enjoy regardless of social status. Because it spread rapidly from mouth to mouth, it explains the interchange of Silk Road effectively than any other elements of civilization. This paper analyzed the study of the Silk Road music divided by the 3 period. The first period starts from 1991 to 2000, the second period starts from 2001 to 2007, and the third period starts from 2008 to now. In the first period, it appeared the theme of ‘Silk Road music’. In this period, the study of scholar Chun-In Pyong formed a state of study. In the second period, when the book 『The Silkroadology』 of scholar Jeong-su il is published, it began to make efforts to solidify the silk road in academia. In this period, various scholars participate in study on the Silk Road music, and they tried to connect specific musical instruments and local music with musical interaction on the Silk Road. In the third period, Gyeongsangbuk-province actively pushed ahead with events and projects about the Silk Road during the ‘Silk Road Expo 2015’ in Gyeong-ju. Various scholars analyzed the origin of Korean ancient musical instruments, and connect this with musical interaction on the silk road. However, the study on the Silk Road music is still small compared to other cultural and arts field. So, in order to develop study in this field, we need a new method that differs from existing efforts. First, we can find the musical elements about Silk Road from korean classical music or k-pop, which are familiar to the public. And we can connect with modern music with Silk Road music. Second, It is necessary to build a voice file database for books and promotional materials to listen Silk Road Music directly. Third, It is necessary to create new story or make a film based on the Silk Road. Fourth, it is good method to create a Silk Road recording that reproduce ancient Silk Road music. Fifth, we need to expand our interest in the Silk Road music through holding events such as conference and a fair supported by government.