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2015, Vol., No.48

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    The archetype of Taoist Buxu and its application on ritual in Six dynasties of China

    鄭燦山 | 2015, (48) | pp.1~29 | number of Cited : 0
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    I had finished the project “Philological research on Taoist scripture Buxu”. So, on the basis of the achievement of above-mentioned research project, I try to spread this theme with the topic “The archetype of Taoist Buxu and its application on ritual”. For this project theme, we will discuss the origin and prototype of Taoist Buxu, and touch the religious myth on Buxu. And then we attempt to analyse the applicative situation of Buxu on Taoist ritual during Six Dynasties. Secondly, it is necessary to check on the transformation of Buxu ritual post-Tang.
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    Ellipsis phenomena of copula "shi" in Mandarin Chinese

    Lee Seul-ki | 2015, (48) | pp.31~61 | number of Cited : 0
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    We find that a lot of copula sentences in the spoken modern Chinese language environment, often exhibit no verbal 'NP1 + NP2' form. For example, "Wo shi shanghairen." So, 'NP1 + is + NP2' and 'NP1 + NP2' is one structure or two structure? In this paper, this problem is to departure. In this paper, the basic ideological foundation: the sentence is consisted of Subject and Predication (Chomsky); and nominal components can not serve as the predication of a sentence. Therefore, we believe that the two structures is actually one structure, we regard the one is the verb ellipsis form than the other. Firstly, We find that There are many similarities characters between the English copula "be" and the Chinese 'shi', We refer to the analysis of English copula sentences as a basis for re-analysis of modern Chinese 'shi' copula sentence's structure and classification. We regard Chinese copula 'shi' as a 'raising verb', the 'Small clause' as its complement. Moreover, we distribute the 'Copula sentences' into three classes, 'entity sentences', 'predicational sentences'and 'specificaitonal sentenses'. Secondly, we reanalyses Chinese predicative DP serving as a predicate in sentence, and analyses which components play a role in the ellipsis copula sentences. Finally, summarize the limit condition of the Chinese copula ellipsis phenomena.
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    A Comparative Study on Chinese "得" Causitive Constructions and Korean Causitive Constructions

    LEE SORIM | 2015, (48) | pp.63~88 | number of Cited : 4
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    Chinese “de” sentence is a very complicated and diversified structure not only in form but also in its meaning. Among them, complement is a subject-predicate structure of the “de” sentence (“S+V+de+NP+AP/VP”) has some characteristics different from other “de” sentence, which is used to represent the causative events. For this reason, through the comparison of Chinese “S+V+de+NP+AP/VP” and Korean causative sentence (analytic causative construction), This research discusses their distinguishing features and its restricting factors in corresponding. For the same causative events, Chinese “S+V+de+NP+AP/VP” focuses on the consequences brought out by causee, i.e. the resultative causative, but Korean causative sentence focuses on the actions taken by causer, i.e. the directive causative with the meaning of purpose. It shows that these two causative sentences in Chinese and Korean are not exactly the same in the understanding of the causative. This difference is also reflected in the types of the subject. In the choice of subject, Chinese “S+V+de+NP+AP/VP” is unconfined, but Korean causative sentence is more restricted, tends to require that the subject is a high degree of animacy. It points out that “S+V+de+NP+AP/VP” corresponds to Korean causative sentence is mainly affected by the animacy hierarchy of the subject “S”.
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    The Language Feature of Lu Xun's Essay & The Soul of Rhetoric Ⅱ

    Ko Jum Bok | 2015, (48) | pp.89~114 | number of Cited : 1
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    This paper aims to clarify the meaning of Lu Xun’s essay at the rhetorical level. Various phenomena of Chinese society are described in Lu Xun’s essay. Lu Xun said that his essay reflects the soul of the Chinese people. This article’s conscious of the problem comes from here, Particularly pay attention to the intrinsic purpose of the rhetoric. The purpose of rhetoric is to bear relation with the others. The point is that writing is a communicative action everyone agreed. Importantly, communicative action, that would be the way of entering into relationship. Unrelated to the subject of entering into relations with others, there is no language that does not refer to himself by referring back to the target. Language finally reveals the artist himself fully with the targets through appropriate representation of the artist found. Therefore all the linguistic expression is expressed in works is recognition of the subject, through which language is endowed with a value.
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    A Study on Chinese tourists and DMZ development

    Kim Dug-Sam | 2015, (48) | pp.115~138 | number of Cited : 5
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    In the world tourism industry, tourism demand in China has increased significantly. So global tourism companies are multilaterally preparing to anticipate the Chinese market. On the contrary, South Korea revenue share from overseas tourism market in the world is below the early 2000s level. Because the added value of the Korean tourism industry is relatively low. Therefore, it is necessary to promote value-added higher and diversification through the development of tourism products. This study was the result of junction studies inspiration to study the problems of the development of China tourists attraction issues and DMZ development. At the same time, it envisions a general cooperation to use the outlet stores of Paju and Goyang based on the shopping trend of Chinese tourists, and wonders how to be practiced. Therefore, we examined the current situation and problems of Chinese tourists and the DMZ to visit South Korea. So I tried to explore the DMZ development and China attract tourists measures with a focus on cooperation and collaboration and cultural tourism and shopping. DMZ tourism of Chinese tourist have a lot of meanings as a historical space, as a cultural space, with a meaning as consumptive space. The worth these things branched are as follows. First, it can be an example of reverse thinking. Second, it could contribute on Korea's national image stock. Third, the possibility of peace establishment of the Korean Peninsula is enhanced. Fourth, the creation of economic value added occurs. Fifth, political and social effect is large. Of course DMZ development concrete and practical problem of should be re-concept by considering of relevant experts and stakeholders gathered .However, We hope that it will turn DMZ tourism development and China attract tourists could be the role of priming in the development of the DMZ itself in the principle aspects, and also, evenly benefit to Chinese tourists and the local economy that are looking for a new experience. In addition, the political, the effect of the social aspects, when it is converted economically, is expected to be a very large effect.
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    The Networks Analysis of Chinese Business Community in United States

    Sang-Min SEO | 이광수 | 2015, (48) | pp.139~167 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study aims to do a social network analysis of the Chinese business Associations in U.S.. The main research question examined in this study is as follows: what are some distinctive structural characteristics and major associations in the Network of Chinese business Associations in U.S.. This study show that the Chinese Business Association’s networks in U.S. have been centralized by some major associations such as “Wenzhou Chamber of Commerce in Los Angeles,” “Chinese Venture Capital Association,” “U.S. Wuxi Chamber of Commerce,” “The Chinese Association of Startup & Enterpreneurs” etc. And this study also shows that the difference between network based on hometown of oversee Chinese and network based on profession sectors in the network structure and role positions of each associations. In this social network perspective, Chinese Business Associations in U.S. will be expected to play an important role in the relation of China-America.
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    How does a new discourse emerge in china? : a case of He-Xuefeng's analysis on 'land finance'

    Kim Dokyung | 2015, (48) | pp.197~221 | number of Cited : 0
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    While there are many negative review of ‘land finance(土地財政)’ in Chinese academic community, some scholars emphasize positive aspects of ‘land finance,’ He-Xuefeng(賀雪峰) is a representative scholar who champions rationality and usefulness of ‘land finance.’ This paper explores what kind of social factors affect the formation of He-Xufeng’s knowledge. The existing research contends that the higher the academic status of a scholar, the easier the birth of a new knowledge, because he/she can mobilize the necessary resources more easily. Though He-Xuefeng has a lot of resources to produce a new knowledge, but his academic status is not high at all, especially in a symbolic dimension. Rather, this paper contends that the ‘opportunity structure’ in meso-level of academic community is decisive in the formation of He-Xuefeng’s new knowledge. There are three kinds of opportunity structure; the first is ‘the new type of urbanization’, the plan that Chinese Communist Party recently proposed as a strategy to promote urban population growth; the second is the fierce competition the Chinese publishing companies has faced since the reform of the culture system, including the textbooks market; the third, most important, is an inconsistency of academic norm in Chinese academic community. There are two different academic networks in Chines academic community, and the difference is related with an inconsistency of academic norm. He-Xuefeng could gain some research materials by this network, and receive the review and the support of peer reviews. The emergence of He-Xuefeng’s new knowledge is subject to the inconsistency of academic norm.
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