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2017, Vol., No.56

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    A Phonological Study of Silla’s Place Names: With a Focus on Initial Consonants and Syllable Codas

    LEE HYEKANG | 2017, (56) | pp.1~25 | number of Cited : 0
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    Sino-Korea phonetic of the Three Kingdoms periodis the main source of modern pronunciation of Chinese characters in Korean language. If we do not fully understand the diachronicity of sino-Korea phonetic, whether it is Sino-Korea phonetic of the Three Kingdoms period, or of the modern period, we can not reasonably explain its phenomenon. The Samguksagi(1145) is the oldest extant history book in Korea. The chapter “Jiriji” is its geography section, which recorded large number of ancient names of Goguryeo, Baekje, Silla and newly changed Chinese style names of Unified Silla period and Kingdom of Goryeo. Place names are closely related to human life, so it has conservatism. From a linguistic point of view, jiriji retains the last vestiges of ancient language. However, there are stillmany problems to be solved. Some of place name in Jiriji has another place name i.e. synonyms, which is inscribed in small letters behind the “yiyun(一云)”, “houyun(或云)”, “yizuo(一作)”. These place names are used by people who lived in the same area and in the same period. Some of them are recorded with using Sino-Korea phonetic, but others are recorded with using the Korean translation of a Chinese characters. Through the analysis of the Chinese characters used in these synonyms, we can not only see the phonetic features of the native word in ancient Korean language, but also can see the phonetic features the pronunciation of Chinese characters in the Three Kingdoms period. Therefore, this article analysed the phonetic features of these synonyms with the Character-Loan Spelling materials in Samguksagi Jiriji which recorded the place names of Silla in the Three Kingdoms period. we mainly analysed the initial systems in Sino-Korea phonetic of Silla in the Three Kingdoms.
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    Semantic Analysis of Chromatic Color Terms in Chinese Neologisms

    LEE, MYUNG A | Han, Yong Su | 2017, (56) | pp.27~47 | number of Cited : 1
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    The chromatic color terms in Chinese neologisms have the following characteristics. First, the chromatic color terms in Chinese neologisms are red (hong), pink (fen), yellow (huang), blue (lan), green (lü), and blue or green (qing). Among these, pink is not often found in modern Chinese idioms, but its appearance is gradually increasing in newly coined Chinese words. Second, the basic meaning and extended meaning of the chromatic color terms in Chinese neologisms demonstrate differences in the frequencies depending on the color. With regard to the basic meaning, the chromatic color terms that are most frequently used are red (hong) and blue (lan); with regard to the extended meaning, the color terms with the highest frequency are pink (fen), yellow (huang), green(lü), and blue or green (qing). Third, among the chromatic color terms in Chinese neologisms, the phenomenon of meaning expansion is observed for the colors red,pink, yellow, and blue. For example, red is parallel to ‘China’; pink is parallel to ‘feeble’; yellow is parallel to ‘second most popular’; and blue is parallel to ‘ocean’ or ‘men.’
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    The Study of the Generation Context and the Diachronic Generation of Yan Di, Chi Di and Shen Nong

    刘晓 | 2017, (56) | pp.49~61 | number of Cited : 0
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    Emperor Yan used to be a king on earth, but the use of the system of fire and people’s worship of totem have made him a god. Emperor Chi became one of the five gods of direction after the germination of the views on the five elements. Emperor Yan and Emperor Chi became one in the system of legends, one god who ruled the south and represented the midsummer. Shennong was the leader of clan under the civilization vision, he and Emperor Chi became one in the system of Dong Zhongshu’s calendar about Three Legitimacy. Emperor Yan, Emperor Chi and Shennong were made one during the inheritance of the literatures in Qin-Han period.
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    The New Discussion on Struggle of the Studies of Confucian Classics of Current and Ancient Chinese Character in Han Dynasty

    侯少博 | 2017, (56) | pp.63~73 | number of Cited : 0
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    Debate of confucian classics in the Western Han dynasty could be viewed as the scholars’ exclusion of different ideas. The scholars who studied present confucian Classics wanted to protect their tradition as well askeep the politic system stable. Therefore, the theme on debate of Confucian was the philosophical connotations. After Xin Dynasty, ancient confucian classics views were accepted by more and more scholars, whicn made it propagate rapidly. Therefore, Some ancient confucian classics scholars wanted to study both ancient confucian classics and present confucian Classics, which made the confucian classics have developed.
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    The Association of Drifters from the Ming Dynasty in the Southern Areas of the Yangtze River in the Early Period of the Qing Dynasty: Focusing on the Gyeongeun Sisa or Gyeongeun Literary Club

    YoungSoon Park | 2017, (56) | pp.75~117 | number of Cited : 4
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    Most studies of drifters from the Ming Dynasty have been conducted in terms of political and historical aspects where fewer studies have examined their creative works in literary and cultural contexts. It makes sense to look at drifters from political and social perspectives. However, this approach may not provide full explanations of the ways they embraced the new world and the variety of feelings they went through. Despite their political activities and political struggles, it is necessary to explore the cultural activities and psychological changes of drifters. And examination of their cultural activities or work of writing can be one of the best ways to look into the deeper natures of drifters as they have special, social implications. Then, this raises some questions: activities and life they pursued through their association and literary works, and how to properly understand such works and implications in them. This is why the understanding of the drafters’ association requires the analysis of their outside activities as well as their literary works. In this regard, based on existing research findings, this paperintends to examine the developments of the association of drifters, who sought to maintain their identities as writers and the displaced. It discusses twocategories such as the features of drifters’ association during the Qing Dynasty and in the Southern Areas of the Yangtze River, and activities and literary work of the Gyeongeun Sisa. Understanding of the former is necessary to study the Gyeongeun Sisa, and the Southern Areas of the Yangtze River areplaces with special significance to drifters such as struggles, survival and escape. Thus, the Southern Areas of the Yangtze River in the early period of the Qing Dynasty, drifters’ association and the Gyeongeun Sisa are three key pillars with historical and humanistic implications.
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    The Study on Han Han’s Novel 1988: I want to Talk with the world

    김종석 | 2017, (56) | pp.119~149 | number of Cited : 0
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    Han Han is a representative writer of Post-80s writers. From his successful debut—The Triple Door(2000), He caused great argument called to “Hanhan phenomenon”. Throughout his writing career, he struck a rebel’spose, emerged as a public intellectual. The researches from 2000 until now are confined to case analysis of the Post-80s writers, but the articles of the specific analysis on his novels are very few. In this article, pay attention on his novel 1988: I want to Talk with the world, published in 2010, gained immense popularity among the readers with its road movie-like plot and its fragmented construction through the recollection of the past. In this article, attempt to identify the meaning of this road trip novel(=highway novel), which is consisted by one man(=Lu Ziye) and one woman(=Nana)’s traveling narrative and image. Lu Ziye’s journeyon the road seems to represent his journey through life and searching for Self-identification. On the journey, Lu Ziye is focusing on the present and his past. In one side, He criticize the absurd world. On the other hand, what happenedin the past has an impact in how we feel and think today. In this novel, Han Han delivers a powerful meditation on the forces of life, love, death, and loss. By using The novel’s subtitle -- “I Want to Talk to the World” --, He suggests both a sense of futility and the possibility of making a contribution to the ongoing dialog of life. As he reminds us throughout, our very existence is one never-ending dialog with the world. This conversation seeks to constantly reshape who we are, what we believe, and what we strive to achieve.
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    A Analysis of Research Trends on “Korea-China relations” in China: A Comparison of ‘Keyword-Network’ Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao Era

    Sang-Min SEO | 2017, (56) | pp.151~175 | number of Cited : 1
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    This paper tried to prove the relation between China's diplomatic security policy and expert's academic achievement. The study was made inorder to analyze rapidly-changing diplomatic policy of China. This papermainly discuss about the period of Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao. The subjects of the analysis are key-words of Chinese Social Sciences Citation Index(CSSCI)-registered theses written about Korea-China relationship and registered in. The study tries to track down the input process of China's Korean peninsula policy-related knowledge by comparing and analyzing the key-words. According to the analysis, in the period of Jiang Zemin, the relationship researches on the Korea-China relationship were parted into two; one about the international circumstance of East asia and one regarding the change in Korea. In those period, China started to strive more for the regional security. On the other hand, in Hu-Jintao period, China studied more about the government of North Korea and the security of East Asia, and North Korea's nuclear experiment. This can be explained by highly uncertain politicalsituation in North Korea, derived from the second nuclear experiment of North Korea in 2009 and the death of Kim Jung Il in 2011.
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    The Rise of Chinese Civilization – Focused on China’s Cultural Diplomacy

    都允珠 | 2017, (56) | pp.177~215 | number of Cited : 0
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    Based on rapid economic development, China has built up comprehensive national power since China’s reform and open door policy. From the perspective of the neighboring countries, the rise of China can be called both opportunities and threats. To counter the China threat argument, China has tried to project a positive international image. Soft power has emerged recently in China as a core concept in China’s foreign policy. Cultural diplomacy continues to attract significant interest as a potential means for states to exercise Soft power. Through culture China hopes to assure the world that China is a civilized, responsible and trustworthy nation. In a word, culture is China’s new tool in diplomacy. The purpose of this study to examine the present status and problems of China’s cultural diplomacy, and to broaden our understanding of China’s cultural diplomacy.
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    Glocalism and Chinese Diasporas’ Identity

    Hyelim KOH | 2017, (56) | pp.217~246 | number of Cited : 3
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    Chinese diasporas are the people who are spread worldwide and keep trying to cross national boundaries. They look similar with Jewish diasporas in one way that they are a group of immigrated people, however they are different from Jewish diasporas because Chiense diasporas are voluntarilymoved ones. These people belong to the realm of global discussion. Also, they have a plural nature in terms of transcending various cultural spaces. The purpose of this study, to deal with the Chinese literature as a glocal phenomena, has three meanings summarized below. Firstly, I seek to find contact points of both the diaspora and the globalized circumstances. Secondly, I presume the glocal which is a compounded word of global and local can be related to Chinese diasporas’ identity. Lastly, I want to assess the possibility, that the process of crisis and establishment of identity is not a unique case of the people who are in between or boundaries but the potential and future term of characters that could one day be a universal things. All the efforts that the human society has made to build differences and frontiers between one society to other societies over the past century have been put under pressure to eliminate the differences and the frontiers of demarcation. Anyone can be diaspora at any time, so we have to focus diasporic discourse better than any time in history.
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    A Translation and Annotation of Li bai’s <Submit a Statement to Li Zhangshi>

    cho sung chun | Deuk-Chang Cho | 2017, (56) | pp.247~270 | number of Cited : 0
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    Prose of Li Bai(李白) is a support material to ascertain Li Bai’s life and philosophy and to understand Li Bai’s poetries. It is also a critical material to shed light on his literary ideology and his world of art. But until now researches on Li Bai conducted in the country and abroad are biased towards translation and research on Li Bai’s poetry so its interest in his prose is relatively low. Especially translation comments as a basis of research are peripheral. If translation comments of Li Bai’s prose have a progress, it will be one of most important material for research on Li Bai. This prose can be divided with fifth paragraphs. The first paragraph states the reason for mistakenly hit the wagon of Li Zahngshi(李長史). The second paragraph hope that Li Zhangshi have magnanimity as Wei Qing(衛靑) and Yuan Feng(袁逢), at the same time comparing himself to the Han Dynasty Celebrities. The third paragraph states recent the worst encounters in himself, once more apologize for mistakenly hit the wagon, and hope to be able to good out of evil. The fourth paragraph com pliment Li Zahngshi’ literary talent is better than Cao Zhi(曹植), Lu Ji(陸機). The fifth paragraph comparing himself to Mi Heng(禰衡), Ji Kang(嵇康), and present three poem s to Li Zahngshi, hoping to appreciate.