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현대영어영문학검색

Journal of The English Language and Literature


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 영문학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1738-7620
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 : 영어영문학연구 → 현대영어영문학
논문제목
수록 범위 : 57권 3호 (2013)

듀이의 실용주의는 인간중심사상인가?

강용기 ( Yong Ki Kang )
5,800
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John Dewey`s view of nature has been dualized as anthropocentrism or ecocentrism; the former assessment is enacted predominantly by Bob P. Taylor, Eric Katz and C. A. Bowers while Hugh P. McDonald and Anthony Weston attempts to evidence the latter. Taylor and Katz criticizes that Deweyan naturalism regards non-human nature as a mere means to enable humans to realize their own desire or interests, and Bowers stigmatizes Dewey as a cultural sectionalist centered on Eurocentric mindset, marking that his naturalism roots in Charles Darwin`s evolutionism, per se. However, reversed voices co-exist with those negative assessments; remarking that Dewey named his philosophy as ``naturalistic metaphysics,`` McDonald claims that Dewey admits the intrinsic value of non-human nature by suggesting a theory of relational value while Weston advocates Deweyan environmental pragmatism and its logical efficiency as he vehemently contests the logic of non-anthropocentrism. Dewey`s holistic pragmatism itself cannot be dualistically conceptualized as anthropocentrism or ecocentrism since his experimentalism which is significantly distanced from a priori reasoning welcomes experiential, thus, logical organity. Above all, the concept of his scientific and social ``inquiry`` and its instrumentation invalidates any dualistic mapping of Dewey`s metaphysics and his methodology. The value of non-human nature is spacio-temporally formed depending on scientific inquiry and democratic decision-making in a particular community whether it is homocentric or ecocentric. Besides, anthropocentrism should be differentiated from the concept of anthropomorphism because any metaphysics including Deweyan pragmatism cannot possibly avoid anthropomorphism. (Chonnam National University)

허사구문의 격, 일치, 이동

김성헌 ( Sung Hun Kim )
6,300
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This study aims to make an account of the syntax of expletive there based on the view of Strong Minimalist Thesis (SMT). Chomsky`s work (2000, 2001) formulated the Probe-Goal approach to explain case assignment and φ-feature matching of the expletive there structures. He proposed that the EPP feature requires all Specs of Functional heads (C, T, υ) to be filled with a person feature, and expletive there has neither a case nor a complete set of φ-feature except for the uninterpretable person feature. Hence, expletive there is purely merged in the Spec-TP to delete the EPP feature of T. However, Chomsky`s analysis of expletive there structures has a lot of issues concerning agreement, case, and the status of there. To provide an alternative analysis of expletive there structures under the SMT, the main claim of this research is based on the hypothesis that expletive there structures have commonalities with the Icelandic Quirky Subject (QS) constructions in terms of Agreement. We ultimately assert that expletive there has an interpretable person feature and an inherent case. The advantage of this analysis is in explaining the unique phenomena of expletive there construction in relation to the Feature Agreement. (Dankook University)

「몽블랑」: 인간과 자연의 상호작용을 통한 힘의 이해

박경화 ( Kyeong Hwa Park )
6,100
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In “Mont Blanc”, Shelley explores the relation between the human mind and the universe. Therefore, much of modern critical attention has focused on the human mind`s understanding of itself in relation to Nature and to any ultimate source of Power. To find the hidden Power within the world, human mind and Nature actively interact. This is the characteristic of “Mont Blanc” compared with other romantic nature poems which usually dealt with nature as a magnificent creature of the powerful God. By contemplating Mont Blanc and with the interaction between human mind and Nature, the speaker of this poem finally realizes the true nature of the Power, which is the source of moving universe and of dominating the order of man and Nature. In the last three lines of “Mont Blanc,” Shelley explains the ultimate Power of things can be found in the symbol of the mountain and only human minds` imaginings can find it. Therefore, imagining human mind`s mutual understanding enables us to understand the Power of the mountain and by finishing “Mont Blanc” with a rhetorical question, Shelley emphasizes the infinitive human mind. (Hannam University)

존스 감독의 <노생거 사원>: 성장소설에서 멜로드라마로

백승봉 ( Seung Bong Baek )
5,800
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In this paper, I analyze director Jon Johns`s 2007 film adaptation of Jane Austen`s Northanger Abbey. Contrary to Giles Foster`s 1987 film and Austen`s original novel, this version of film has made a great appeal to a large audience. Its success results from including some very interesting and romantic nuances which are rarely observable in the previous versions of film. The big success of Jon John`s Northanger Abbey may imply that it was a worthy effort to do a reinterpretation from its previous bildungsroman versions of novel to a melodrama, and the reinterpretation could provide a great opportunity for the public to consider reading the original text of the novel. As a result, many people will remember Northanger Abbey by Austen to be a lovely melodrama. (Daejin University)

클레어(John Clare) 자연 시에 나타난 새와 둥지

오호진 ( Ho Jin Oh )
5,800
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John Clare is a poet of birds. He described in tremendous detail various local birds in his descriptive poems, extending knowledge of each species, its mannerisms, its habitant, its nest. Generally, a bird`s nest in his poems stands for an image of his home. Therefore, it is a secure and peaceful place. However, when Clare as a speaker and his readers hunt for the nests, the nests are other metaphors of vulnerable and dangerous places to human beings because the nests are so small and fragile. In Clare`s poetry, it is clear that natural things including birds, fear human beings. The existence of that fear is implied in the actions of the birds, as well as in the caution of the speaker. Clare understands well the relationship of nature`s innocence and human being`s cruelty. He perceives the natural world is to be different from the human world, acknowledging the otherness of nature. This difference often prevents human being from perceiving nature correctly. Clare`s real perception and respect for the natural world are nowadays admired by eco-critics. (Hanbat National University)

라캉적 시각에서 본 『덤웨이터』

윤방실 ( Bang Sil Yoon )
6,400
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This essay aims to psychologically analyze two characters, Gus and Ben, in Harold Pinter`s Dumb Waiter in terms of their language and action. For this, some Lacanian terms are used as critical tools; ``ideal ego,`` ``ego ideal,`` ``the imaginary,`` ``the symbolic,`` ``signifier,`` ``signified,`` ``trauma,`` ``empty speech,`` ``full speech,`` and ``object a.`` Some of these are, of course, not Lacan`s original terms. In the basement room which stands for the symbolic controlled by the big Other, master signifier, Wilson, their conversations go around in circles and their actions are repeated to no purpose, with Gus being viewed as the ideal ego in the imaginary using empty speech, and Ben seen as the ego ideal employing full speech. They also, as speech subjects, have to wait for the big Other`s order or decision, when the chain of the signifier is in a tangle. Accordingly their language and actions are seriously affected by the pressure from the big Other. Gus, suffering from that pressure as well as the trauma of killing a girl, is trapped with the narcissistic ego at the mirror phase of the imaginary and shows a tint of insubordination or infidelity to Wilson. That`s why Ben who seeks to solidify the symbolic world for the big Other and himself as well, is doomed to kill his partner Gus. (Kwandong University)

문학번역 연구 현황과 과제: 엄마를 부탁해 영역본 연구를 중심으로

윤선경 ( Sun Kyoung Yoon )
6,100
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The English version of Shin Kyung-sook`s novel Please Look after Mom has appealed to many English readers and has become a bestseller since it saw the light of day. It was translated by Kim Chi-young and published by Knopf, a division of the major publisher Random House in the U. S. in 2011. Kim was commissioned to translate the Korean novel into English by the publisher. In 2011 it was selected as ‘Best of the Month’ in Amazon and won the Man Asian Literary Prize. In this context, many Korean Translation Studies scholars have expressed their academic interest in Kim`s translation: Lee Hyung-jin, Cheong Ho-jeong, Kim Young-shin and Yoon Sun Kyoung. Recently, they have produced articles on the English version from similar but different perspectives. This article examines the current tendency of literary translation research in Korea by looking at those scholars` articles from five different perspectives. It also seeks to suggest some thoughts on how to contribute to the development of Korean literary translation research: the introduction of the ‘cultural turn’ into Korea beyond the heavy focus on the evaluation and fidelity issues of translation. (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

원어민 영어교사 협력수업에 대한 학생, 교사, 학부모의 인식조사

이종복 ( Jong Bok Lee ) , 강문구 ( Mun Koo Kang ) , 전영주 ( Young Joo Jeon )
6,300
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As the interaction of students with native English teachers increases, the psychological relationship between students and their native English teachers is in play for English teaching and learning. This study explores perceptions of secondary school students, teachers, parents on native English teacher`s team teaching. The study surveyed 235 middle and high school students, 127 teachers, and 145 parents. The findings are as follows: 1) Rural area students, teachers and parents have more participation rate than urban area. 2) Students did not take native English teacher`s classes seriously. Instead they want the classes to be fun and not being calculated into their grades. 3) The study suggests that the current decrease of native English teachers should be well-planned in such a way that the reduction should be made from high schools in city areas first, move gradually on toward rural areas, and then from middle schools in city areas to rural areas. (Mokwon University, Kongju National University, Mokwon University)

웬델 베리의 시에 나타난 빛과 어둠의 이미저리

전득주 ( Deuk Ju Jeon )
6,800
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Wendell Berry shows his ecological views of God and nature including human beings through his new Christian use of the imagery of light and darkness, similar to that of Matthew Fox, an eco-theologian. who endorses creation centered spirituality against prevalent fall/redemption spirituality. For Berry, the Holy Spirit`s truth is light and darkness. Light means God`s generative, connecting, and creative energy(Word), and darkness means His self giving, emptying, and suffering power. Both are closely connected because God creates by dividing himself. All the creatures are light and darkness. Light means creative individual lives and darkness, richer than light, means wilderness, symbolic and physical death and most importantly the earth. Berry`s meanings of the imagery are ecological in that by celebrating all holy lives which result from God`s ongoing divine creative energy, he confirms their intrinsic values and their mutual interdependence, respects inner and outer wilderness, cares the health of all lives and the earth. and finally appreciates the mystery of God and all lives including death. (Hongik University)

리처드 3세와 연산군의 비교: 폭정의 원인과 과정

홍기영 ( Ki Young Hong )
5,700
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In this paper I tried to point out what are the similarities and differences between Richard III and Yeunsankoon. Richard shows the devilish acts of murdering the royal people whom he thinks to be hinderance to the crown. The cause of Richard`s revenge comes from his innate deformity, while that of Yeunsankoon comes from his post natural character. Yeunsankoon`s inability of political control and the doubt of his dead mother made him mad. Richard murdered so many people to get the crown which he believes to be a reward for his deformity. Yeunsankoon murdered many people to keep his kingship. The revealed fact that his mother was dead by the poison made Yeunsankoon mad badly. Richard is regarded as a victim of his distorted character and the conflict of the two political parties. Yeunsankoon is thought to be a victim of the distorted and wicked character and political conflict. (Hannam University)
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