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A Study On Korean Language Life History Based On Personal Records -Focus On Coronal Consonant's Variation and Change in Coda of Un-inflectional Words-

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2015, (93), pp.7-32
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Kim, Gyu-nam 1

1전북대학교

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ABSTRACT

This paper tries to establish a mechanic process of interaction between an appearance and lexical diffusion of an innovated form [čʰ] and the identity as well as the attitude of the diary recorder. This paper discusses a process of variation and change on an innovated form [čʰ] in last position of un-inflectional words in a longitude personal record data based on a point of view in Korean Language Life History. Korean Language Life History is regarded as a part of Micro-History and Life-History which were developed in Europe and America. This study’s aim is to describe concrete content about aspects in a person's life based on a particular period and region. So this paper tries to explain a mechanic process about concrete facts in usage of language. The writer of Chang-phyeong diary is a typical person who made his fortune by his own efforts in modernization era of Korea. He had a self-respected character but his intelligent image in his village did not match that. The appearance of innovated form [čʰ] is a kind of sign of trying to overcome the burden of the gap between social achievement and intelligent state. This study presents a concrete process of language variation and change based on point of view in Korean Language Life History.

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This paper was written with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea.