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Journal of Japanese Language Education Association


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 일어일문학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 2005-7016
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 83권 0호 (2018)

비즈니스 일본어에서 요구되는 콘텐츠

김행영 ( Kim Haeng-young ) , 윤강구 ( Youn Kang-goo )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  83권 0호, 2018 pp. 1-14 ( 총 14 pages)
5,400
초록보기
While many people in South Korea have difficulties in finding a job today, Japanese companies, suffering from serious labor shortage, require superior, overseas talent. This situation led Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) to come up with a 『Educational Institution Guide for Business Japanese-Language Education for International Students』, focusing on business Japanese-language education in university. This study aims to figure out what Japanese companies require from overseas talent, and Business Japanese Language needs of undergraduate students and Japanese companies' office workers, by conducting a survey. As a result, it was found that needs of undergraduate students were to be proficient in business terms, business conversation, Japanese corporate culture, business manner, and honorific expressions. And Japanese companies' office workers regarded proficient business conversation, corporate culture, business manner, and specialized professionalism by fields as the most important factors in business. What Japanese companies want was also overseas talent with great ability in business Japanese conversation, Japanese corporate culture and business manner, as well as basic skills as a member of society. For these reasons, this study intends to make a proposal about “Contents Required for Business Japanese Language” in order to improve Japanese language skill in university and foster talented persons whom companies ideally want.

한국어 자막과 멀티미디어 코퍼스를 활용한 일본어교육 방안

손영석 ( Son Young-suk )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  83권 0호, 2018 pp. 15-31 ( 총 17 pages)
5,700
초록보기
The MMC (Multimedia Corpus) of talk shows that I have built drawing upon talk shows of Japanese TV programs can be a useful resource for learning Japanese, in that it provides users with an opportunity to observe the use of Japanese language and communication behaviors that are practiced in everyday life. However, because the MMC of talk shows has been established for research purposes specifically, Japanese learners at a beginner level have found it difficult to use. Reflecting upon this observance, I aimed to increase the possibility of utilizing the MMC as an educational resource by providing Japanese motion pictures with Korean subtitles. To accomplish this, I first translated entire Japanese sentences that are contained in the MMC into Korean, and then inserted Korean subtitles in the MMC. Further, I carried out a classroom activity for the Japanese expression, Shinkenda, using the Korean inserted MMC. For the classroom activity, both Japanese subtitles prepared for a previous paper (Son, forthcoming) and Korean subtitles for this paper were used. I did not have to translate the individual Japanese sentences into Korean while teaching, so I felt less pressured in preparing and carrying out the classroom instruction. Also, I observed that student learners understood the conversations of talk shows much better with Korean subtitles. However, it was pointed out by student learners (from an opinion survey) that the time between the subtitles appearing and disappearing should be improved. Further, they also stated that the size, amount, and location of the subtitles needed improvement. I intend to find methods to increase readability of the subtitles in further research.

한국인고급일본어학습자의 작문에 나타나는 결속성에 관한 고찰

이노우에사오리 ( Inoue Saori )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  83권 0호, 2018 pp. 33-48 ( 총 16 pages)
5,600
초록보기
This study’s purpose is to consider a letter of self-introduction for employment activity of advanced-learner of Japanese whose mother tongue is Korean as a subject of study in the perspective of the grammatical cohesion and in the position of text linguistics. 5 elements-substitution, reference, conjunction, lexical cohesion and comma- were set as a factor influencing the grammatical cohesion and the result included cases when 2 out of 3 Japanese native speaker judged the sentence as being awkward. 21 cases of comma, 11 cases of conjunction, 9 cases of reference, 6 cases of substitution and 6 cases of lexical cohesion was verified in the result of the investigation. Especially, comma and conjunction could be said as learner’s overall feature regardless of learning conditions because they were verified in almost every learner without deviation. Also, it was identified that the reason for the awkwardness in a Korean advanced-learner’s composition is highly due to the influence of the mother tongue. So when teaching Japanese composition to an advanced-learner, letting the person recognize the importance of the grammatical cohesion in the perspective of the mother tongue is helpful in writing a natural sentence.

日本語作文敎育の可能性を求めて-小學校の國語敎科書の分析を中心に-

정윤정 ( Chong Yunjung )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  83권 0호, 2018 pp. 49-60 ( 총 12 pages)
5,200
초록보기
Japanese language education in Korea focuses on voice-centered educational practices otherwise known as “speaking/listening”, rather than character-centered education, or “reading/writing”. Therefore, the importance of writing ability has become gradually less valuable. Further, it is said that many Korean learners of Japanese are poor at writing in the language. This paper, focusing on the writing education they gained from the national language textbooks in Korea, compares and analyses the national language textbooks in Japan. From the results of this study, we hope to present a method of improving Japanese writing for Korean learners. Both of the national language textbooks in Korean and Japanese elementary schools emphasize the notion of text composition. However, in the case of Korea there are many exercises that serve to facilitate the central meanings of the “paragraph”. On the other hand, in Japan, the organizational structure of a composition utilizes the simpler method “Start- Body-End”. This method allows elementary school pupils to think about the composition of each sentence and write a composition including various genres. In accordance with the result of this analysis, teachers of Japanese writing in high schools and colleges in Korea must take into consideration that Korean learners of Japanese have been taught using the concept of “Paragraph” even before learning Japanese. As a result, it would be more practical to guide Japanese writing using “Start-Body-End” as the primary sentence composition method.

70·80대 한국인의 일본식 한자어 사용실태 및 인식

이덕배 ( Lee Deok-bae ) , 이연희 ( Lee Yun-hee )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  83권 0호, 2018 pp. 61-72 ( 총 12 pages)
5,200
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Since the era of enlightenment, lots of Japanese-style Chinese words were incorporated into Korean language. We examined the first appearance of their use, and change in forms and meanings of the 78 Japanese-style Chinese words in Korean language. By investigating the parlance of the age of 70-89 Koreans, we could comment on the possibilities of the decimation of some Japanese style words. We found that there were some changes of form and structure in the Japanese- style Chinese words as they were incorporated into the Korean language; and some of their meanings changed. We also found that most of the old Koreans know and use Japanese-style Chinese words, while they didn’t recognize the words were Japanese nor had the emotion of refuse to use them. Finally, it was anticipated that 11 words are still likely to remain in use and 5 words are in the course of disappearing.

한국 대학생의 ‘간지나다’ 사용 양상에 관한 사회언어학적 고찰

최정희 ( Choi Jeong Hui )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  83권 0호, 2018 pp. 73-90 ( 총 18 pages)
5,800
초록보기
We have socio-linguistically examined the usage of the Japanese neologism ‘Kanjinada’, which first appeared in the Internet newspaper in 2003, and has been being used until now. The usage of ‘Kanjinada’ on Internet newspaper articles goes through morphological and semantic changes. The result of studying the usage pattern and language recognition of ‘Kanjinada’ for university students (20∼23 years old) shows that even though they use the expression ‘Mushitta’ for those who are thought to be right for the lexical meaning of ‘Mut’, they tend to use more appropriate form of word when a new concept of ‘Mut’ is added to ‘Mushitta’. And it seems that the twenties, analogizing language, coin the new form of word and use it so that they can express the new concept of ‘Mut’ that cannot be described by the original concept of ‘Mut’. They have a wide range of receptiveness for the languages, which indicates that they are flexible in word choice between Korean and Japanese as long as they don't have any strong reasons not to use Japanese(88 percent of the women stays neutral for Japanese, and so does 86 percent of the man). In addition, it is likely that, by picking the existing words, the twenties will continue to coin new words that are in the interaction of used terminology and concept, and also can express feelings that are expressed only by that neologism.

万延期以降の<膝栗毛もの>作品群における書目年表稿

강지현 ( Kang Ji Hyun )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  83권 0호, 2018 pp. 91-106 ( 총 16 pages)
5,600
초록보기
This report was aimed for comprehensive completion of the history of pattern succession of “HIZAKURIGE-Group” in what I inspected for bibliography about the work group from 1860 onwards to the 1920’s during the time when“HIZAKURIGE-Group”was created. In other words, I followed totally 46 kinds of the work “HIZAKURIGE- Group” (Soroimono, Esugoroku, books with illustrations, theater) for bibliography in chronological order and built history of pattern succession in the second half of “HIZAKURIGE-Group”. As a result, from numerousness of “Drama thing” performed lively, it became clear for the late Tokugawa period and the Meiji period that “HIZAKURIGE” had a closer relation with entertainment culture. Until today, in the background that “HIZAKURIGE-Group”are created one after another, there are many places to owe to the entertainment culture including Kabuki and Joruri in this way.

춘원(春園)과 나쓰메 소세키(夏目漱石)의 초 중기 작품에 나타난 지식인의 변모 양상

김은희 ( Eunhee Kim )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  83권 0호, 2018 pp. 107-121 ( 총 15 pages)
5,500
초록보기
Both Gwang-su Lee(1892-1950) and Soseki Natsume(1867-1916) are the authors who represents both countries. Two authors have a few similarities about author personal history, and they were a comparative subject of research for various researchers. There is a common point on which an intellectual appears mainly in the work. The aspect of the intellectual was considered focusing on a main work in the early and middle term by writing. It was the criticism for civilization person who participates in society aggressively in an early stage, but an intellectual in Soseki Natsume’s work changed to a living person gradually. An intellectual in the work of Gwang-su Lee changed from ‘young child’ to a torchbearer.

『馬の脚』 論

김희조 ( Kim Hee Jo )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  83권 0호, 2018 pp. 124-135 ( 총 12 pages)
5,200
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This is a short piece published in the 1925 magazine 『Sinchou』, through which a rather bizarre hobby of the writer, Akutagawa Ryunosuke, was well-documented. Through an unusual story of a man with horse’s legs, Akutagawa addressed the topic of modern identities. In the story, a dead person called Osino Hannzaburo was brought back to life - however, he found a pair of Mongolian horse's legs attached to his body, instead of his own human legs. Osino gradually began to lose his own human identity. His emotions, moods and even behavior soon resembled that of a horse's. He was shocked that he had started adopting the characteristics of a horse. Though he tried to resist it, he confessed that it couldn't be helped, and that it was beyond his control. Eventually, as the horse’s legs galloped through the Mongolian dust, his human will also disappeared along with the wind. Osino's lack of individuality eventually allowed to be transformed his innate emotions, moods and behavior. He desperately resisted from being led by the horse's legs, but it was the very legs that led him towards his new identity - albeit against his will. The author Akutagawa raised the question of human individuality and identity through Osino in this work.
5,800
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This study aimed to analyze Shonenkurabu (少年俱樂部, Boys' Club) as a medium that presents notions about modern war to children. This magazine has been instrumental in creating the concept that “Warring humans are synonymous with justice.” However, there has been no controversy raised concerning the main role that Shonenkurabu has played in this matter. In addition, the awareness about war that the readers have attained through communication with the magazine has not been discussed. This study identified the process whereby the magazine Shonenkurabu introduced boys to images and ideas about war from the aspect of a mass media strategy and readers’ involvement in such a strategy, and examined children's war literature that is at the center of the process. Especially, Yamanaka Minetaro’s 300 Miles behind Enemy Lines (敵中橫斷三百里) was researched, which could be regarded as the original form of such war literature, and its contextual background was examined. Through this, an understanding about how contemporary Japanese youth gain awareness about modern war was presented.
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