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A Study on Typicality, Necessary Conditions of Dialogue in Korean Language Materials

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2012, (83), pp.425-450
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Kim, Seohyung 1 Chang, Hyangsil 2

1경기대학교
2상지대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study investigated ‘typicality’, one of important conditions dialogue in Korean language materials have. Under former inquiries, this study brought out necessity to divide ‘typicality’ and ‘authenticity’ and suggested that the dialogue should be considered in the typicality aspect. On survey, ‘typicality’ can be represented as a general and exemplary model and referred to something that it is across into most native speaker’s mind identically and it is also predictability contents by them. ‘Typicality’ held in common among members of society have representative more than anything. Though these notions, we have picked out three principles; continuity, generality and natural working typical dialogue. When these principles can be satisfied with situational and linguistic elements of the dialogue, ‘typicality’ is established. While, it surveyed a questionnaire about some standard of native speakers’ judgments as complements to fill a gap between the intention of materials- writers and the intuition of the general public. The survey said that the subjects, 50 native speakers majoring Korean language and culture, judged ‘typicality’ based on continuity and generality and considered that ‘participants in dialogue is typical of theme, theme and expression are appropriate to participants’ relation, conversation content/circumstance is suitable for theme and question and/or answer is predictable.’ In this respect, It is needed that a material planer and writer should consider the correlation of ‘participants in dialogue’ and ‘theme, conversation content/circumstance and expressions’, when they construct and recast new Korean language materials.

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