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일어일문학연구검색

Journal of Japanese Language and Literature


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 일어일문학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1226-2552
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 99권 2호 (2016)

일본의 요괴전승을 활용한 지역활성화 -효고현 후쿠사키정의 사례-(1)

김용의 ( Kim Yong-ui )
5,600
초록보기
Through detailed cases, this thesis considered how a monster(Yokai) legend is combined with regional revitalization in Fukusaki, Hyogo, Japan. First, new storytelling of the Kappa was tried at the same time as installation of Kappa sculpture. Second, the image of the Kappa spreading by an attempt of sculpture and new storytelling took root as Yurukyara of Fukusaki. People visit Fukusaki because Kappa sculpture and new storytelling are amazing and funny but people visiting Fukusaki recall something `fundamental` through the Kappa sculpture. Something `fundamental` people visiting Fukusaki recall is nothing but the image of hometown. In case of Fukusaki, the Kappa sculpture amounts to this image. The Kappa sculpture installed in a pond acts as a symbol arousing the image of the good old `hometown` of people visiting this. This phenomenon is very worthy of notice from the perspective of symbiosis between person and monster(Yokai). Not only does this monster(Yokai) mean a symbol arousing `a hometown in heart` of the Japanese but also symbiosis between person and monster(Yokai) ultimately means symbiosis between person and nature.

대마도의 지역정체성의 재구축 -조선통신사와 위인을 둘러싼 스토리텔링을 중심으로-(1)

나카무라야에 ( Nakamura Yae )
5,900
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본 연구는 국경지역에 위치하는 나가사키현 쓰시마시에서 근래 현저하게 나타나는 역사의 `스토리텔링성`을 활용한 시도를 지역 아이덴티티의 재구축으로 정의하고 사례를 소개하고 그 과제와 전망까지 다루고자 한다. 한반도와 역사적관련이 강했던 쓰시마는 `국경의 섬` `한일교류의 섬`이라는 문구를 들어 이전부터 일한교류의 역사를 아이덴티티로 삼아왔다. 그러한 가운데 근래 잇따라 소요시토시(宗義智)나 아메노모리호슈(雨森芳洲)의 공적을 기리는 사업이 행해지고 있다. 본 연구에서는 이들 시도에 관해 검토하고 그 의미하는 바를 해석하고자 한다. 먼저, 관련 관광산업, 조선통신사행렬 재현, 조선통신사의 유네스코 기록유산 등재 신청 등과 함께 그 배경을 알아보기로 한다. 그리고 `스토리`를 누가 어떤 내용으로 이야기하는지를 통해, 쓰시마라는 지역의 특수성 및 타 지역과 공통되는 문제점을 검토한다. `스토리`를 이용한 사업의 배경에는 인구가 유출되는, 본토와는 멀리 떨어져 있는 섬으로서의 고뇌가 있다. 출판물의 작성 의도는 놀랄 정도로 동일했다. `스토리`를 통해 섬 밖으로 나가는 젊은이에게도 쓰시마의 긍지를 갖길 바란다는 의도다. 쓰시마가 특수하다는 것은 국경지대에 위치하기 때문에 발생하는 한국과의 관계 방식에 대해 고뇌한다는 점일 것이다. 수많은 관광객을 받아들이게 됨에 따른 갈등과 마찰은 쓰시마의 입장을 생각하게 한다. 관광에서의 갈등이나 행렬 중지는 관광이나 교류에서 주체성을 회복하고자 하는 움직임으로도 해석할 수 있다. 고뇌를 극복하고 우호적인 관계를 맺으려 한 선인들의 `스토리`는 현재의 쓰시마가 처한 상황을 적극적으로 설명해 줄 가능성이 있다. 단, 주의해야 할 점은 지리적 역사적으로 섬이 하나의 공동체가 아니었다는 점이다. 섬안의 사정을 어떻게 극복하고 섬 전체를 통합할 수 있을지가 과제라 할 수 있다.
6,300
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Media facade is created by illuminating local landmarks using artificial lighting to emphasize their unique features and imprint the public with a positive image. The media facade `show` combines illumination, motion picture, sound effect and music, and it first began in France in the 1950s with the name `Son et Lumiere`, meaning `Sound and Light Show`. By maximizing the placeness of historical remains, it effectively created a sense of place for spectators. In recent years, such type of shows are gaining popularity in many countries, thanks to the high-resolution technology of projection mapping introduced in the 1990s. Yet the shows` image storytelling format uses only icons and colours, lacking any specific descriptions. Therefore it is difficult to understand without taking into consideration the `codes` hidden behind the icons and the historic, social and cultural `contexts`. An `active interpretation` of users (spectators) is required where they have to follow the reversed storytelling structure of text (content) - narrative (frame) - story (material), to comprehend the producer`s original intention. This study suggests the process of image interpretation and understanding the storytelling structure in the case of Osaka castle, Saga prefecture office building and Mifuneyama-rakuen park.

게송(偈頌)의 한일 비교연구

김태광 ( Kim Tae-kwang )
6,000
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This study is a comparative study of `Buddhist Hymn(Gatha)` in Korea and Japan. This study is mainly focused on “Sokkayorae-sipchisuhaeng-gi” of Korea and `Samboe” of Japan. The purpose of this study is to investigate the causes and characteristics of the Buddhist Hymn in Korea and Japan. As a results, "Samboe" Gatha inserted in the commercial was shown only story Episode 8 - Episode 10 soldiers to the theme of the importance of illegal and could glimpse a tendency to want to appear as a form of Japanese poetry as possible. 5言 Gatha of the inserted verses on the other hand it was found that the same as those shown in the jeobon profanity, Gatha of all creation "Sokkayorae-sipchisuhaeng-gi" is made up of 7言format. If "Samboe" was specially famous by common or insert only or mostly monks or harmed call to be relatively high awareness quoted value of the expression that should not cause Gatha the bodhisattva followers like snowy mountains. Gatha creation of "Sokkayorae-sipchisuhaeng-gi" mainly express the inner feelings of the characters in this regard and said that there is a difference. Also, < chan > the introduction of each Endnotes of "Samboe" is one of the salient features of the "Samboe", was to understand the impact of Gangchang form, "Sokkayorae-sipchisuhaeng-gi" 7言creative inserted 『Gatha Japanese data when viewed through the comparison with said that you can recognize its originality. And 先presence of, say, material that contains 7言creative Gatha resulting from "Sokkayorae-sipchisuhaeng-gi" As a reason, which consists of only "Sokkayorae-sipchisuhaeng-gi" 7言inserted Gatha the first of』 · 7 · 9 · 10 whether the difference of data collected It suggested the possibility.

헤이안 시대 모노가타리의 서사 공간, `누리고메`(塗籠)

이미숙 ( Lee Mi-suk )
한국일어일문학회|일어일문학연구  99권 2호, 2016 pp. 83-107 ( 총 25 pages)
6,500
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This paper focuses on "Nurigome" as "narrative figure space" in the Heian era monogatari, through concrete analysis of the examples in the text. In doing so, the meaning and function of this closed space, nurigome, in the Heian era monogatari is discussed. Traditionally, research on the nurigome has considered it to be a narrative space, a space that is a "sanctuary", a refuge space within male-female relationships, or a space of renewal. The present paper, however, makes the following observations. Nurigome was established as a major space in the monogatari which embodied the way of life and the love of the aristocracy, with the development of Shinden-zukuri in the Heian era. It belongs, however, to the wider flow of narrative techniques of Japan ancient prose. In the monogatari, nurigome serves various functions, as an actual architectural space, a shelter in the relationship between men and women, a space for political protest, a place befit for the hostess, and as a place where the spiritual dwells. As such, nurigome is a space that can not be uniformly defined as either holy nor profane. It should also be noted that both genders could be the narrative subject of the nurigome in the Heian era monogatari, and therefore nurigome as a shelter in male-female relationships is a confined space for the underdog in the relationship, regardless of gender. In addition, the function of the nurigome as a narrative space differs according to genre. In most of the fictional monogatari forms, it is a place of crisis in romance in relationships between men and women, but it has nothing to do with being a space of love between men and women in the case of historical stories and tales. It can therefore be said that, in addition to the basic use of the practical architectural space that is the nurigome as a narrative space in the Heian era monogatari, the nature of that space differs according to the inherent nature of the genre and text. It thus becomes possible to acknowledge the flexible shape of the narrative shape as represented by the nurigome in the Heian era monogatari.

“이세모노가타리"의 `미야비`의 세계

송귀영 ( Song Kwi-young )
한국일어일문학회|일어일문학연구  99권 2호, 2016 pp. 109-130 ( 총 22 pages)
6,200
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이세모노가타리를「미야비」의 문학이라고 말하는데, 사실 『이세모노가타리』작품 안에 「미야비」라고 하는 단어는 제일 첫 단에서 단 한번만 등장한다. 단 한번 등장하는 단어가 작품을 대변한다는 것이 쉽게 받아들여지기 어려운 부분이 있다. 그렇다면 어떤 이유로 이 「미야비」라는 단어는 『이세모노가타리』를 대표할 수 있는 것일까? 우선, 「미야비」라는 미의식의 배경에는, 일상에서 일탈된 귀족들의 소요(逍遙)와 한(閑)이 있음을 알 수 있었다. 소요와 한의 한가로움 속에서 마주하게 되는 새로운 만남, 지금껏 경험해보지 못한 새로움과 참신함에 대한 열망이 있다. 그리고 그것을 마주했을 때의 주인공의 주저함 없는 감정의 토로는 읽는 이로 하여금 커다란 대리 만족감과 대리 행복감을 느끼기에 충분한 것이다. 이것이 다름 아닌 「미야비」의 미의식임을 이번 논문을 통해 알 수 있었다. 헤이안 시대의 실존 인물인 아리와라노 나리히라라는 특출한 인물의 애절한 사랑이야기가 기본이 되어 독자의 상상력 속에서 만들어진 문학으로, 마음의 카타르시스를 주는 `모노가타리 문학`을 낳게 된 것이다. 한 인물의 에피소드(우와사)에서 시작되어, 일탈과 새로운 발견 혹은 새로운 만남으로 이어지는 새로운 스토리의 구상이 갖춰진 「初冠」가 모노가타리의 시작 위치에 놓이면서 비로소 모노가타리 문학 『이세모노가타리』로 탄생할 수 있었다고 보는 것이다.
6,600
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This dissertation is aimed to investigate the aspects of acceptance and transformation of ancient Japanese mythologies in Ihara Saikaku, a representative popular writer in Edo period. Firstly, the drift of the relationship between Japaneses mythologies and nationalism is considered, and then the manifestation of the ancient mythologies in Asai Ryoi`s 3 cases presented in his Kanazousi 『ukiyomonogatari』, which affected Saikaku`s first Ukiyozoshi titled 『koushokuichidaiotoko』, are nextly done. Following that, I go over 4 cases prsented in Saikaku`s Ukiyozoshi titled 『koushokuichidaiotoko』 and 5 cases in 『nihonneitaikura』 in the same manner. As results, I do not find any manifestation of the notion that has considered Korean peninsular as the other ever since the medieval ages. This can be said that his works might have some clues for a notion which may provide for fostering a good neighborship in East Asia, because they show nothing with the identity idea. Finally, Saikaku`s works, which had represented the metropolitan merchants` cognition, lived in Edo, Osaka, Kyoto, and so forth, do not reveal any clue of the identity idea and manifest a colonized taste of petit bourgeois which makes a caricature with the ancient mythologies.

기기(記紀)에 나타난 질투 모티프

최승은 ( Choi Seung-eun )
한국일어일문학회|일어일문학연구  99권 2호, 2016 pp. 157-175 ( 총 19 pages)
5,900
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This paper aims to explicate the story of three empress(Iwanohime, Suseribime and Osakanoohonakatsuhime)`s jealousy, described as a very jealous empress in "Kojiki" and "Nihonsyoki" and tried a type classification of jealousy motif. This is as part of a diachronic study of jealousy motif in the Japanese classical literature. First of all jealousy in "Kojiki" is called "Uwanari-netami", which is a kind of jealousy towards to `Uwanari(new wave)` by `konami(old wave).` "Uwanari-netami` was allowed, and also necessary jealousy as a useful tool to preserve the order of the house by a `konami`. According to the review, Iwanohime and Osakanoohonakatsuhime` jealousy function as the tactics to cause damage to husband or a competitor, whereas Suseribime`s jealousy function as the tactics that goes to the harmony with his husband, These are classified based on the behaviors(the tactics) of the woman, into two types; "defensive jealousy motif(Suseribime)" and "aggressive jealousy motif(Iwanohime and Osakanoohonakatsuhime).
6,100
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This paper is about liaison of the natural fears about the classics of the literature of Japan at the time, the people`s concept of sex between men and women are how. Take a look at the reflected. As you can see the relationship between the men and women in the dictionary definition of adultery `inappropriate love`, or refers to the `an inappropriate relationship`. Love affair is contrary to morality take a backseat. Japan`s sexual morality is a lot you don`t understand when you see the part of us. That`s a Japanese citizen, not everyone does that mean you. The ancient Japanese people are taken the Meiji Restoration of the practice of polygamy (明治維新) by modern system since changed. And adultery. The adultery in Japan had disappeared in the late 1940s. Modern physical relationship, or the concepts of the affair, in return for sexual intercourse of men and women. Once upon a time and the modern concept of sex. In ancient literature, especially "Manyoshu" in extramarital affair at this point is the song of many song that can say. Japan is in love songs of men and women so. At that time, having an affair not power, and in women, and an ordinary of men and women of noble rank as the central love. But "Manyoshu" the songs of Azuma(東歌) and Sakimoori(防人歌), in having an affair can not find out. Of course, a love affair is not appear, but I`m sure you. In addition to the songs looking in the final announcement on the songs of" Manyoshu". Next time I`ll introduce another paper about the prince Siki`s songs, Abenoiracheume`s songs and Nakatoomminoasomiazumahito`s songs.

지카마쓰 조루리의 불빛을 이용한 연출과 그 효과

한경자 ( Han Kyoung-ja )
한국일어일문학회|일어일문학연구  99권 2호, 2016 pp. 199-224 ( 총 26 pages)
6,600
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In the Edo period, lamplights allowed people to enjoy their activities longer at night and extend the scope of their space. Therefore, in a way, these lights introduced them to a world of night. It is noteworthy that the literature during the Edo period captured and expressed these lights that were extensively used among the general population in different ways. More specifically, when it came to Joruri, a type of drama that was performed on stages, the effect of using lamplights was more visibly pronounced. While Chikamatsu`s works of Joruri featured lamplights and lighting fixtures as onstage props, theatrical methods to use lights for performances, such as representing will-o`-the-wisps or shadows, on stage were developed and became diversified. This had to do with the changes in subject matters of Ningyo Joruri from the period drama, which handled historical events or Monogatari, to the modern drama, which was concerned with contemporary themes. The theatrical scenes in Chikamatsu`s Joruri that used lights actually highlighted the dark, rather than the bright, side of the society. In the end, Chikamatsu, who first introduced Sewamono (a genre of contemporary plays) to Joruri, wanted to describe in his works of art ordinary people who enjoyed the world in his days and, more importantly, at the same time, the sorrows hidden behind their joyful appearance.
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