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  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 국어학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
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수록 범위 : 50권 0호 (2018)

‘국어에 대한 태도’ 교육의 현황과 새로운 전개

김은성 ( Kim Eun-sung )
한말연구학회|한말연구  50권 0호, 2018 pp. 5-34 ( 총 30 pages)
7,000
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The present study sets its goal to review the current issues on the education of ‘Attitude toward Korean language’, which is the core part of affective domain in Korean grammar teaching, and its new progress. ‘Attitude toward Korean language’ began to take its roots as a major educational entity of grammar teaching and it’s greatly influenced by utilitarian linguistic viewpoints after the Japanese imperial periods. Then in the course of the elaboration of its concept, ‘Attitude toward Korean Language’ was defined as a collective and technical one that can be divided into various sub-attitudes on the realization of Korean Language. In the history of the progress researchers referred to diverse concepts and theoretical approaches such as ‘language attitude’, ‘language and ideology’, and ‘language awareness.’ For the overview of the education on ‘Attitude toward Korean language’, the study defined three distinctive periods and investigated them based on the historical changes of Korean Language Curriculum. The period 1 covers from the Period of GYOSUYOMOK to 5th National Curricular Period, during which the concept of ‘Attitude toward Korean language’ took its place. The period 2 includes 6th~7th National Curricular Periods, during which ‘Attitude toward Korean language’ was acknowledged as an independent category of the contents of Korean Language Education. The periods 3 began with current ‘Constant Revision of National Curriculum’. Since then ‘Attitude toward Korean language’ has been more fine-tuned and elaborated under the name of ‘Korean Language Awareness’ and set as an critical orientation and contents of the National Curriculum.
6,500
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This study attempts to explore the direction of desirable grammar attitude by critically examining the 'Korean love and Korean perception' as grammar attitude education contents. For this purpose, the contents of 'Korean love and Korean perception' presented in the Korean language curriculum and the current Korean language text were critically examined based on the academic discussion of 'Korean love' and 'Korean perception'. As a result of examining academic disputes of 'Korean love' and 'Korean perception', it can be confirmed that there is 'practicability' in common of educational implications contained in both concepts. In the grammar curriculum, the education contents related to the 'Korean love and Korean perception' emphasized the practice of language life at first from a personal point of view, but since then, this study managed to confirm the fact that the education contents have expanded to other social aspects such as the history of Korean language, and the present and future of Korean language. Therefore, as the contents of 'Korean love and Korean perception' in the Korean language text, this study suggested a method of exploring the fundamental properties of language phenomena and a method of recognizing languages as objects of value.

조건 표현 ‘-(으)ㄴ/는 한’에 대한 연구 - 한국어 교육의 측면에서 -

백수진 ( Back Soo-jin ) , 목지선 ( Mok Ji-seon )
한말연구학회|한말연구  50권 0호, 2018 pp. 61-87 ( 총 27 pages)
6,700
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The goal of Korean education is smooth communication. Therefore, it is more than necessary to disclose the constraints and define semantic functions clearly when learning grammar, which is its goal. Also, restricting pragmatic and narrative situations and determining which situations such grammar is generally used and how it is different from similar grammar would also be the most effective way to reduce errors and carry successful communication. In addition, using proper grammar that corresponds to speaker’s intention would enhance expression and help improve listener’s understanding. Based on such perspective, this study focused on ‘-(으)ㄴ/는 한’, which connects two propositions as a condition and result. ‘-(으)ㄴ/는 한’ can’t be properly explained just with the combination of compositions, so it needs to be understood as one sentence structure and examined for its syntactic and semantic functions. In Korean education, ‘-(으)ㄴ/는 한’ was rarely focused on, either in the grammar study that describes about the condition or the bound noun phrase study. However, not only it is frequently used and discussed frequently in bound nound phrase studies, it is frequently used as a question in Korean proficiency test that studies on ‘-(으)ㄴ/는 한’ would be essential. Through the comparison with conditional connective ending ‘-으면’, this study determined that ‘-(으)ㄴ/는 한’ is usually used to express what is already realized or speaker’s firm belief that it will be realized when examining the semantic function, and has a pragmatic characteristic that expresses limited condition. Also, in terms of syntactic restriction relationship, it can be combined with state verb under certain conditions, unlike what is suggested in Korean textbooks, and the study also examined about restrictions in tense morpheme combination, characteristics in following clause mood and restrictions in semantic marker combination. Lastly, it suggested uses among various uses of ‘- 으면’ that can’t be substituted with ‘-(으)ㄴ/는 한’.
7,400
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As an introductory research in search of education methods for foreign students on how to write an introduction section, this study compares academic reports written by foreign students with those written by Korean students. First, introduction section structure model presented in Korean academic or thesis papers were examined from the established research. In addition, the text structure of introduction section of foreign and Korea students were compared to the already organized introduction model of the established research. Also, characteristics of discourse were examined by structural elements of an introduction section. As a result, often times, both foreign and Korean students deduced their research topic through presenting research background in the introduction. However, while Korean students concreted their research topic through narrowing down the scope of their research after presenting a broader background, most foreign students outlined their background referring to general facts related to their research topics. Moreover, while Korean students presented their thesis by drawing out problems of the research background and linking with the significance of the study, most foreign students presented their thesis directly form the analysis of status quo without mentioning the significance of the study. From now on, an organized introduction writing course of the curriculum in academic Korean writing will be provided through the text structure of the introduction written by foreign students and the result on the analysis of the characteristics.

구어와 문어에서의 ‘그런’의 실현 양상 연구

전영옥 ( Jeon Young-ok )
한말연구학회|한말연구  50권 0호, 2018 pp. 123-167 ( 총 45 pages)
12,000
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This study views the basic meaning of the word ‘geureon’ in Korean, as ‘reference,’ and examines the use trends of the word in spoken and written Korean language. First of all, in the spoken corpus, ‘geureon’ has been used 10.5 times per one thousand word phrases, while in the written corpus the word has been used 1.4 times per one thousand word phrases. This shows that the word is used much more frequently in spoken language than in written language. In addition, in written language, only the types of ‘geureon and noun’ and ‘geureon and dependent noun’ appear, but, in spoken language, sometimes ‘geureon’ appears solely and the use of ‘geureon geo’ appears to be very high, thereby implying that the word ‘geureon’ has a different usage in spoken language from that in written language. This study examines by categorizing the referential aspects of ‘geureon’ into ‘referential,’ ‘semi-referential,’ and ‘non-referential’ ones. While in written language, the word ‘geureon’ appears to be a context reference which has the subject to be referred within a context, in spoken language, there are very active semi-referential usages along with some non-referential usages. As semi-referential usages, there are mostly the usages where the word ‘geureon’ may be omitted, and there are a lot of expressions which are not orderly such as modification and repetition. The referential usages, semi-referential usages, and non-referential usages all perform a function to let a discourse cohere. That is, they let a discourse cohere by a variety of methods from making the preceding content cohere with the following content to making the discourse cohere to prevent it from discontinuing. Some aspects of such coherence are common in spoken and written languages, but they show a different result due to various factors working on realization of writings and speeches. In addition, while in written language it can be checked the whole content and the connection between the preceding content and the following content by visual information, in spoken language, it needs to be delivered and understand information by depending on one’s sense of hearing, so ‘geureon,’ which indicates that the preceding content and the following content are connected, is very frequently used.

한국어 호칭 표현의 범위와 그 특성

조용준 ( Cho Yong-joon )
한말연구학회|한말연구  50권 0호, 2018 pp. 169-201 ( 총 33 pages)
7,300
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Address terms have been studied from different areas, such as sociolinguistics, ethnolinguistics, language learning, and anthropology, with different angles and with varing focus. The same trends apply to the Korean address terms. This study deals with the definition of the term, its applications, their classification and finally their various characteristics. Above all, address terms need to be defined functionally. They are terms which are used to refer to the addressee. Their functions can be classified as follows: 1) to summon attention, 2) to distinguish the intended recipinent of the speaker’s remarks from others who might otherwise consider themselves addressees, 3) to establish or maintain a social relationshiip between the speaker and the addressee(s), and 4) to express the speaker’s attitude or emotion towards the addresee(s). In this respect, we even include zero-form address term in our discution. Further the classification of the terms in Korean and their characteristics are discussed, based on the claim that the criteria for their classification need to be hierarchical and multi-dimensional.

‘례’의 발음과 어문 규범의 일관성

차재은 ( Cha Jae-eun )
한말연구학회|한말연구  50권 0호, 2018 pp. 203-230 ( 총 28 pages)
6,800
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The aim of this paper is to research the inconsistencies between Regulation of Standard Korean Pronunciation and Rules of Korean orthography, focusing on the pronunciation of /rye/. By doing a critical analysis for Regulations of Standard Korean, we can find several mistakes and inconsistencies within the regulations. We conclude that Regulation of Standard Korean Pronunciation #5 should be modified because the pronunciation of /rye/ is derived by the same phonological rule that applied to /gye, mye, pye, hye/. The real pronunciation [ke, re, me, phe, he] are the results of monophthongization.

신어에서 나타나는 /ㄴㄹ/ 연쇄의 발음 양상 연구

한명숙 ( Han Myeong-suk )
한말연구학회|한말연구  50권 0호, 2018 pp. 231-258 ( 총 28 pages)
6,800
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This study attempt to investigate the pronunciation aspects of the /ㄴ ㄹ/ sequence in the neologism. To do this, a neologism list of /ㄴ ㄹ/ sequence was made and the list was from 『new word』 resource book by the National Institute of Korean language from 2000 to 2017. Then, a questionnaire survey was conducted to college students by using a neologism list. In previous studies, regressive lateralization and the application mechanism of nasalization have been explained in several ways. There are various explanations such as phonological perspectives, the differences of speaker perception about morphological separation possibility, analogy, differences in language consciousness between generations, expansion of nasalization language consciousness. Among the various mechanisms, morphological separability and analogy are examined to find out whether the previous mechanism in morphological separability and analogy applies to new language as well or not. An analysis of the surveys reveals several important points. First, it was found that the preference of nasalization was generally high according to morphological separation possibility based on affix classification. It is true that perception of form boundaries has some influence on the preference of nasalization and lateralization pronunciation. However, it is impossible to check whether language speakers recognize and pronounce separation possibility or not. In addition, existing headwords and new words were compared to see if the mechanism of 'analogy' applies equally to new words. As a result, there were some new words which had same pronunciation with headwords, but there were other cases which were not consistent with standard pronunciation of existing headwords although they had the same morphological construction. In other words, it is true that the mechanism of 'analogy' are influential, but it does not apply to every new word. The pedagogical implication of the present research is that it is a specialized study which new word was an object of study for lateralization and nasalization compared with previous researches that existing words were only studied. Some limitation was that voice data was not dealt with in this study, thus further research will be needed.
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