Korean | English

pISSN : 1738-0502 / eISSN : 2635-4373

2020 KCI Impact Factor : 0.14
Home > Explore Content > All Issues > Article List

2018, Vol., No.47

  • 1.

    The study of argriculture vocabulary of "Qi Min Yao Shu"

    Liu Jie | 2018, (47) | pp.3~38 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract PDF
    By taking <Qi Min Yao Shu> as its object, and traditional lexicology and modern linguistics and modern semantics as its method, this dissertation describes and analyzes the agriculture vocabulary of <Yao Shu> with a light to reveal the aspect of <Yao Shu>’s agriculture vocabulary and attempts at some lexical phenomenon, Through this, we can observe the development and change of agriculture words and the law of Chinese Language from synthesizing to analyz, we hope to provide some help to the study of the history of Chinese Language.
  • 2.

    An analysis on words with quasi-affix “Mi(迷)”

    Zhao Jingjing | Heungsoo Park | 2018, (47) | pp.39~61 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract PDF
    This paper provides analysis on the words with quasi-affix “Mi(迷)”.As an earlier quasi-affix, “Mi(迷)” combines with some monosyllabic nouns has been included in the dictionary and very stable in use. However in recent years, with the popularity of cyber language, many new words with quasi-affix were created and used. The purpose of this study is to research the composition and use of these new words in “X-Mi(迷)” word group. Firstly, after analyzing various forms of sentences consist of “X-Mi(迷)” in BCC corpus, the syllabic characteristics of “X” and lexical features of “X” were observed. That is disyllabic noun is the primary form of “X”. The lexical feature of “X” is the proportion of nouns as “X” is much higher than that of a verb. It is very rare that adjective work as “X”, and almost all sentences of “adjective X” from “wenwei po” of Hong Kong. Therefore, the usage of “adjective X” should have regional limitations. Secondly, Disyllabic “X” has three principle word formations, which means there are three kinds of phrases can be “X”. They are coordinative phrase, verb-object phrase and the subordinate phrase. And among these three word formations, verb-object phrase be “X” is the most common case. On the other hand, coordinative phrase and subordinate phrase are the main word formations of Monosyllabic “X”. As to the part of speech of “X”, it can be Subject, Object and Attributive in the sentence. Moreover, Quantifier can precedes the whole “X-Mi(迷)” structure, and personal plural “Men(们)” can follows the whole structure to show a complex number of people. Thirdly, the study combs the semantic development of Character “Mi(迷)”. The original meaning of verb “Mi(迷)” was “people cannot identify the direction”. Then it continuous to be extended to “bewilder / to confuse”, then extended to “to lose one’s Mind”; to adverb “irrationally / blindly”; finally it was developed to a noun as “a person obsessed with something”, this is precisely the usage of quasi-affix “Mi(迷)”, and the figurative meaning of “Mi(迷)”. Fourthly, the study try to explain the reasons that verb “Mi(迷)” developed to a quasi-affix. These reasons consist of “analogy”; “the economic principle of language”; “the Metaphorical Mechanism of Language” and “the Metonymy Mechanism of Language”. Furthermore, the word formation way of structure “X-Mi(迷)” was influenced by “double tone structure” and “genus structure” of Chinese, it is reflected in the characteristic of “X” which is disyllabic noun. Through a specific observation of “X-Mi(迷)”, we realized that even if “Mi(迷)” is an very earlier quasi-affix, it is still being used and innovating. The new created words with quasi-affix “Mi(迷)” are mainly disyllabic words. These words are the most primary and novel part of the word group “Mi(迷)” and will continue to be used.
  • 3.

    A Study on Chinese language-teaching methods, using the proverb related to the concept of ‘Friendship’

    Bae Daniel | 2018, (47) | pp.63~93 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract PDF
    This paper examines various Chinese language-teaching methods, related to the concept of “friendship”. The language education, which contains interesting and familiar topics for learners, encourages practical and decent language uses, beyond the level of simple communication. We look into definitions and characteristics of proverbs in comprehensive level of understanding first, and then investigate the implicit meanings of Chinese proverbs. Furthermore, this paper will suggest possible improvements for the deeper understanding of the proverbs through the method of simple classification for the structures and the meanings of these proverbs. This paper analyzes teaching methods of “friendship” proverbs for both Korean speakers. Based on these analyses, I looked into the proverbs that can be use in expression education and understanding education. Then I designed the learning goals of “friendship” proverb lessons as well as the outline of the units. In addition to that, I organized various forms of teaching methods using problem tools, quiz forms, and storytelling. Overall, this paper examines the examples of Chinese language-teaching methods, and plays a role of stepping stone to expand further researches.
  • 4.

    Surmise and Authenticity -- On the Interpretation of the Verse“The Continuous Mountain in Chang’an Reaches Out to the Sea in the East”

    簡錦松 | 2018, (47) | pp.95~117 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract PDF
    Many epidemic misunderstandings of the authenticity of Tang poems nowadays arise due to two reasons. First, western modern literary theories are widely accepted by scholars who apply them to the interpretation of Chinese classical literature. Second, critics since Song and Ming dynasties often confused Yue-Fu with non-Yue-Fu poems. The former demand exaggerative rhetoric, which is also incorrectly used for the interpretation of non-Yue-Fu poems. This paper, based on the exemplification, argues that fiction and imagination necessary for Yue-Fu poems does not go for non-Yue-Fu poems. Take the verse in Wang Wei’s Zhongnan Mountain as example, “The Continuous Mountain in Chang’an Reaches Out to the Sea in the East” is a realistically geographic writing which is authentic, other than the interpretation by scholars today as “fictional imagination” which is surmise.
  • 5.

    A Comparative Analysis of Choi ChiWon and Chinese Stories ofCoupling Human and Ghost

    曾天富 | 2018, (47) | pp.119~138 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract PDF
    This article takes into account the cultural similarities and influences between China and Korea. Into this context, it posits the biographical elements of Choi ChiWon based on Choi ChiWon's study in the Tang Dynasty. It examines whether the author of Choi ChiWon borrowed the motif of coupling human and ghost, widely circulates in China. And its relation to two Chinese novels, similar in narrative form and characterization, is analysed. The Chinese Stories of coupling human and ghost, transmitted from the ancient times, are mainly includes in Extensive Records of the Taiping Era, with which Choi ChiWon is comparatively analysed. This attempt is expected to suggest the origin of Choi ChiWon, and subsequently a new opinion about the production of Korean Narrative Literature. Furthermore, it may provide an opportunity to find when the interrelation between the Chinese and Korean Literature began to be formed.
  • 6.

    The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Prospect of Humanities - Between the Usefulness and the Uselessness -

    Wee Hangbok | 2018, (47) | pp.139~161 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract PDF
    The characteristics of the Fourth Industrial Revolution include 'fusion of ICT and industry', 'substitution of simple and repetitive labor by automation and artificial intelligence', and 'expansion of human alienation'. That is why Klaus Schwab's "Fourth Industrial Revolution: Establishing ideology and systems to alleviate alienation" and "White House Report _ Artificial Intelligence, Automation and the Economy" have focused on these problems. In such a situation, the establishment of 'social safety net' can be a priority task in the field of humanities and social studies. In a society where highly precise machines are operated, it is human beings to suppress people or put humanity in crisis. In order for the development of science to expand freedom and liberate mankind, man must be able to maintain reason, and design and realize life values ​​and goals. However, in recent trends, even if interest and support for humanities have increased, "humanities frenzy" could not be used as a basis for development, and they chose to be a subject of "consumption" themselves, and serious reflection is needed. Also, in the new situation of the future, humanities need to enlarge their scope. It is time to think about the concept of 'humanities and geography' and to pay attention to the cultural industry, which is attracting attention as a future industry. Humanities should not ignore 'practical use' while adhering to their own principles.
  • 7.

    On Tourism and the Cultivation of Intercultural Communication Ability :A case study of Korean Tourists cognition on Chinese

    권현정 | 2018, (47) | pp.163~178 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract PDF
    International tourism is not only a recreational activity but also a global scale of the cross-cultural exchanges. With the development of tourism, gradually took on the individuation and diversification of the tourism consumption demand incentive tourism, thus appear a lot of different tourist destination. Having characteristics of tourism model, among them is "Responsible Tourism”. This article first introduces the characteristics of the Chinese tourism of the Koreans,and the origin of responsible tourism and the intercultural communication factors contained in it. Through the travel notes of Korean tourists, we can understand their intercultural communication behavior in tourism, so as to explore the practice of developing intercultural communication ability in tourism.
  • 8.

    Discussions on the problems of Chinese the elementary middle school students’ use of “Xiaofanzhuo” -- In case of city community

    박애양 | 2018, (47) | pp.179~200 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract PDF
    The article aims to introduce and provide an analysis on the phenomena caused by the emergence of “Xiaofanzhuo”, an entrusted institution for under aged students. “Xiaofanzhuo” is a small restaurant that voluntarily emerged in local communities post reform and opening up in China for children in dual income household or those who attend residential institutions. The socioeconomic development and the life style of the Chinese culture is associated in the “Xiaofanzhuo” which provides lunch and space for short naps to the students. Lunch hour for students last two hours mainly, and the Chinese students habitually take naps after the meal. The parents are also accompany the children in the trips to and from school. Such culture became strenuous for working parents and they needed help taking care of their children. The children needed a venue nearby the schools where they can find a warm lunch meal as well as a place to rest. Convenience and reasonable pricing allowed for fast wide spreading of “Xiaofanzhuo” in all of China. Such trend energized the Chinese social development which brought positive affects as well as some negative. However, regulations came into place regarding operations and licensing as sanitation, the quality of employees, the health and safety of the children at “Xiaofanzhuo” became a concern. In addition, the "Xiaofanzhuo" phenomena was amplified into a social concern for the education system and the local communities from taking care of lunch for the students. As an example, the education sector suggested making adjustments to the daily time table and to have schools provide lunch. So we can see “Xiaofanzhuo” which started as a place for lunch is revolving into the concept of “study room” in Korea as it incorporates its functions as more of an entrusted institution and the lunch culture for elementary and middle-school students is slowly changing.