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  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 영문학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1738-4052
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 : 영어영문학(~2003)→영어영문학21(2004~)
논문제목
수록 범위 : 29권 1호 (2016)

헨리 제임스의 『특사들』-실용주의적 인식의 전환

문영희 ( Younghee Mun )
6,200
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This paper examines the pragmatic experiences and conversion of perception in The Ambassadors. The hero, Lambert Strether, who is engaged to Mrs. Newsome, comes to Paris as an ambassador to take her son Chad Newsome home. The dilemma comes from the fact that Strether, as a man of sensibility, is burdened with Puritan dogmas. However, his moral sense does not remain inflexible and unchanged. It undergoes considerable change as he meets with new experiences in Paris. His inner experience demonstrates a great swing from a public to a private conscience, from a fixed code of conduct to a flexible code of conduct. Strether never stops re-describing experiences by judging each event through his own metaphors.`` In particular, the process by which he continuously reconstructs the meanings of the experiences through his moral imagination represents the epitome of the pragmatic attitude. Strether finds himself on the point of losing everything at the end of the novel, and he decides to return to Woollett “to be right.” His decision is pragmatic conversion that overcomes society``s values and finally leads him to perceptive freedom.

『포샤 쿨란』에 나타난 민담과 강의 의미

박은희 ( Eunhee Park )
21세기영어영문학회|영어영문학21  29권 1호, 2016 pp. 45-64 ( 총 20 pages)
6,000
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The Midlands of Ireland, which is the setting in Marina Carr’s Portia Coughlan, has inherited the traditional folklore of Ireland. The unique rural landscape of the play takes on an important role in the life and death of Portia. Carr reflects, modifies, and sometimes contradicts the folklore in the myth of the Belmont River. Specifically, Carr, by connecting the river landscape with the heroine, shows that the source of the heroine’s power and identity is “water.” In the context of grotesque realism, the river simultaneously comforts and haunts Portia, and it is both the reason for Portia``s living and the method of her dying. Portia``s body returns to the landscape first through her drowning in the river and then in her burial, and we can only assume that her spirit will join Gabriel``s in haunting the river, as she vows to do earlier in the play. Carr creates a supernatural and mysterious atmosphere by drawing myth and folklore into her very realistic story. In that atmosphere, Portia’s death in the Belmont River is not tragic. Portia finds comfort in the stories of earth and river and uses the landscape in the folklore to overcome her loneliness. In an ecological analysis, Carr personifies the river, earth, and the ghost as if they have souls and makes the heroine experience a rebirth as part of that landscape.

『돼지처럼 살아라』에 나타난 존 아든의 딜레마

장금희 ( Keum Hee Jang )
21세기영어영문학회|영어영문학21  29권 1호, 2016 pp. 47-66 ( 총 20 pages)
6,000
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The purpose of this essay is to explore how John Arden deals with political and social issues such as the policy of housing schemes in his second play, Live like Pigs. Through the play, Arden tries to portray objectively the way in which the welfare state hinders an individual``s way of life. For the purpose of this play, Arden contrasts two families with different values and alternative ways of life, families that represent various human deficiencies and offend conventional senses of civilized society. In Live Like Pigs, Arden raises the question of what happens when the state carries out a policy for people who want to maintain their way of lives against the authorities. The play demonstrates the inevitable truth that political problems cannot be solved simply by changing the environment, a change that may, rather, beget violence and tension between individuals and political society. In the play, Arden tries to show how the incompatible values between individuals and authorities stifle, disintegrate and transform the free vitalities of uncivilized people. In a sense, public interests are bound to encroach on the individual’s right to choose a way of life, which is a dilemma in Live Like Pigs.

『애나 크리스티』 결말의 불확실성 -열린 결말 속 주제 찾기

전미숙 ( Mi Sook Jeon )
21세기영어영문학회|영어영문학21  29권 1호, 2016 pp. 67-85 ( 총 19 pages)
5,900
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The purpose of this paper is searching for themes of feminism and fatalism in the open closure in Eugene O’Neill’s Anna Christie. This play, a sentimentalized depiction of the rehabilitation of a prostitute, appealed to contemporary audiences because of its “happy” ending. But the audiences failed to grasp O``Neill``s intention since he had considerable difficulty formulating his goal while writing the play. In Anna Christie, “double vision” for the ending operates somewhat differently, which prepares the viewer for two very different conclusions. Throughout the play, and most emphatically at its closure, Anna``s projection of happiness appears to conflict with Chris``s foreboding of doom. Anna affirms her own capacity to structure her life and makes a militant assertion of feminism. Chris, Anna``s father, insists that all their fates will ultimately be determined. Therefore, the inconclusive ending represents the perpetual dilemma of the artist: how to bring a work to a satisfying conclusion without being false to the boundless nature of human life. Nevertheless, the unexpected conclusion indicates that open endings are adequate per se because open-ended works can also attain effective closure. In strong contrast to the happy resolutions generally associated with comedy, “open endings” are suitably used in connection with the somber view that humans are essentially alone with their responsibilities in a complex world.

『융단 속의 무늬』에 나타난 희극적 풍자와 삶과 예술의 전도

조흥근 ( Hung Kuhn Cho )
21세기영어영문학회|영어영문학21  29권 1호, 2016 pp. 87-106 ( 총 20 pages)
6,000
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“The Figure in the Carpet” has been considered as one of the most ambiguous tales of Henry James, and as a tale on the absence of absolute truth or absolute meaning. But, seen from the perspective of James’s consistent interests in the relation of life and art in his artist tales, it can be read as another variation of that relation, one that depicts an inversion of life and art. According to James himself, this tale was meant to criticize the lack of “analytic appreciation” and the “numbness of general sensibility” “in the Englishspeaking air.” Thus, in the story, three critics are lured and tested for their critical qualifications. They are meant to discover the “secret”-“the figure in the carpet”- of Hugh Vereker, a famous but unpopular writer. But they can’t achieve the goal because of their “limp curiosity,” and because, as critics who have abandoned their real lives and true human sympathy, they have a strong avidity for fame and success. The inversion of life and art is the natural result following from their quest for the “secret.” The anonymous first-person narrator is an especially cold, obsessed observer who inflicts violent injury on other people’s hearts and commits an ‘Unpardonable Sin’ like the scientist characters in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s tales.

특성화 고등학교 학생들의 영어 수업 및 교재에 대한 인식 연구

김민지 ( Min Ji Kim ) , 마지현 ( Jee Hyun Ma )
21세기영어영문학회|영어영문학21  29권 1호, 2016 pp. 107-128 ( 총 22 pages)
6,200
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The purpose of this study was to examine Korean vocational high school students’ perceptions of English classes and textbooks and propose plans to cultivate an educational environment to promote the sustainability of English education in vocational high schools. To this end, this study conducted a survey with 245 students at a vocational high school in Chonnam province. The findings reveal that the students perceived the difficulty level of English lessons rather distinctly and displayed differing needs for studying English. This suggests that English classes should target different proficiency levels and future career options, such as going to college or getting a job. Most of the students thought that English lessons and textbooks in the vocational school were irrelevant to the work they would pursue after graduation. As they were also aware of the importance of English for employment or advancement to higher educational institutions, they requested more specialized curriculum and materials for vocational English. Suggestions are made based on the findings.

뉴 리터러시 교육에서 주제통합학습 성과 고찰

김지숙 ( Jisuk Ghymn )
21세기영어영문학회|영어영문학21  29권 1호, 2016 pp. 129-162 ( 총 34 pages)
7,400
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To implement integrated curriculum instruction in primary school classrooms, new literacy education considers the basic capacities of reading and writing, critical thinking, and instruction fostering inquiry as well as creative expression important. However, integrating reading, inquiry, and writing instruction based on both print and digital literacy with language-learning in our primary schools is only making slow progress. As a result, although new literacy education is prevalent in integrated curriculum instruction in advanced countries, these teaching methods are not effectively linked in our country. This can be attributed to overlooking the fact that in advanced countries, the European Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) and immersion-based integrated curriculum approaches to teaching English already have a history. This study is viewed as meaningful because integrated curriculum instruction will become the actual teaching method, and the reality is examined in light of the historical background of advanced countries.

교양과목으로서 실무영어 수업 제안과 효과성

박주은 ( Joo Eun Park )
21세기영어영문학회|영어영문학21  29권 1호, 2016 pp. 163-188 ( 총 26 pages)
6,600
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The purpose of this study is to suggest effective procedures and contents for teaching Business English as a liberal arts subject. I used two kinds of questionnaires in this study. The first surveys students`` English levels, preferred class activities, and characteristics, such as goals, interests, strengths, weaknesses, and needs. I used the results to inform the syllabus and lesson procedure. The main content related to Business English consisted of a movie script and auxiliary textbooks. They contained expressions used in the office, on a resume, in a self-introduction, on a listening evaluation sheet and activity, etc. I used a movie, group activity, pop song, role-play, quiz, and a presentation of culture in class. In the second survey, at the end of the semester, I verified student levels, preferred class activities, and satisfaction with my Business English course and the lesson procedure. I focused on students`` academic performance and learner-centered education. The conclusion is that Business English as a liberal arts subject is useful for many job seekers, and movie scripts suit students`` needs and interests.

대학의 대형 EFL 강좌에서 의사소통중심 교수법

양소영 ( Soyoung Yang )
21세기영어영문학회|영어영문학21  29권 1호, 2016 pp. 189-213 ( 총 25 pages)
6,500
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This study investigates Korean college students`` perceptions of implementing communicative language teaching (CLT) in a large EFL class as well as factors influencing their perceptions. One hundred twenty-one freshmen, who had low English proficiency, from two intact classes employing CLT for one semester participated in this mixed-methods study. Data from pre- and post-surveys, in-depth interviews, and field notes were collected and analyzed, using both statistical and thematic techniques. The main finding shows that participants perceived the CLT class positively in terms of improving communicative competence, interest and self-confidence in learning English, and participation in class activities. Additionally, there were four factors affecting student participation in large CLT classes: pair work encouraging student concentration on tasks, self-motivation due to new approaches, an interest in various communicative activities, and an improvement in using English meaningfully. The results support collaborative learning within CLT and provide effective strategies to help college EFL teachers with low-level students in a large class to implement CLT successfully.

읽기 후 그림책 만들기와 독후감 쓰기 활동이 초등학생의 영어 학습에 미치는 영향

최여은 ( Yeo Eun Choe ) , 최문홍 ( Mun Hong Choe )
21세기영어영문학회|영어영문학21  29권 1호, 2016 pp. 215-241 ( 총 27 pages)
6,700
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This study investigated the effects of post-reading drawing and writing activities on Korean elementary school students’ L2 English vocabulary learning and reading comprehension, along with the students`` affective reactions. The participants in this study were 16 elementary school students who were enrolled in an education program supported by a local child welfare center. They read two storybooks over 15 class periods and engaged in either drawing or writing activities in each class. The students’ achievement in vocabulary and reading proficiency was measured by formative and summative tests, and their affective responses were observed through questionnaires, interviews, and the instructor’s reflective journals. It was found that both activities had eventually enhanced the students’ academic and affective states. Writing activities were more effective than drawing activities in vocabulary learning and reading comprehension, while drawing activities evoked more positive reactions. In particular, the effects of the two activities were significantly different only in delayed performance as measured by summative tests. However, proficiency seemed to mediate the effects to a considerable degree; advanced students benefited more from drawing activities, whereas low-level students benefited more from writing activities. These findings suggest that post-reading activities can be more successful when their characteristic effects on students’ cognitive and affective dimensions are considered and implemented in a way that complements student proficiency.
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