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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 : 95권 0호 (2021)

초급일본어 학습자의 의사소통능력 향상을 위한 수업 연구

권혜림 ( Kwon¸ Hye-rim ) , 윤강구 ( Youn¸ Kang-goo )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  95권 0호, 2021 pp. 1-11 ( 총 11 pages)
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This study designs and conducts Introduction to Japanese classes for novice learners in Japanese based on the Task-based Language Teaching method, a communication-centered teaching method, and Focus on Form Theory. In the existing lecture type classes, the students did not have the opportunity to use Japanese and eventually stopped learning Japanese. In Japanese classes that has implemented the Task-based Language Teaching method and the Focus on Form, the goal is to properly use the Japanese that has been learned. The first step of the study organizes the meaningful parts in the Communication Centered Teaching Method and FonF study for novice Japanese learners. Next, by using FonF and TBLT, classes are conducted in order to develop communicative competence for novice learners. The results of the study examines the class satisfaction survey completed by the learners. In the psychological section of the learners, there was a positive effect in the Task activities classes, and this has also positively affected the learning experience for the target language. Classes that utilized tasks provided more opportunities to use Japanese, and also successful experiences in learning Japanese had increased which led to high motivations in learning Japanese. Furthermore, tasks that were highly applicable to daily life allowed students to learn more meaningful and practical Japanese.

日本語学習における漢字の教え方について ― 漢字の字源からのアプローチ ―

다와라기하루미 ( Tawaragi Harumi )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  95권 0호, 2021 pp. 13-24 ( 총 12 pages)
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The purpose of this paper is to examine how teaching Korean learners the origin of Kanji changes their views on kanji. Despite the fact that Korea is a Chinese character culture area, there are no opportunities to come into contact with Chinese characters in the living environment, and Chinese characters are no longer taught as compulsory subjects at educational sites. Therefore, from the early stages of learning Japanese, most Korean learners think Kanji is difficult. I will introduce the case of approaching Kanji from its source, and examine the results of the anonymous questionnaire conducted at the end of the class. Seventy-five percent of the students who thought Kanji was difficult answered in a survey that they changed their mind after learning the origin of Kanji. By learning Kanji from its source, it has become clear that Kanji is easy to remember because it is interesting and you can understand the meaning of the characters and you can guess what you don't know. He also discovered that the fundamental principles of the universe, the wisdom of the people of the past, and romance were hidden in the simple Kanji characters he had known so far, and made him realize the fun of knowing the origin of the Kanji. In Japan, a new style of Kanji characters was adopted in 1949, in which complex Kanji characters were easily modified. However, it has been discovered that there are many Kanji characters that can only be understood in the old style.

副詞「たくさん」の連用用法について ─ 韓国人学習者の不自然な例に注目して ─

장희주 ( Chang Heeju )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  95권 0호, 2021 pp. 25-39 ( 총 15 pages)
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This study investigated the use of the adverb takusan, using the International Corpus of Japanese as a Second Language (I-JAS). Based on previous studies’ analyses of takusan, we divided the learner's example into three types: (1) a large amount of nouns, (2) a large amount of movement, (3) a use as a degree adverb. Comparing Korean learners’ usages with those of native Japanese speakers, we explored the errors made by Korean learners in the use of the adverb takusan. First, we found that the use of a large amount of nouns is a typical usage of the adverb takusan. This type can divide into the example means that the abundance of the subject is large and the example means that the abundance of the object is large. An example of the abundance of a subject are co-occurred with existence verbs, or subject change verbs that do not develop change, or subject action verbs. In addition, we found that the learner produced an unnatural example by co-occurring the negative form of the existence verb, or by co-occurring the subject change verb which means the progressive change. Next, we found that the example of a large amount of movement has the subject which lexical meaning is not many or large, and the example of takusan co-occurring with the subject movement verb indicates. But there were some examples showing the frequency of movement. Finally, we found that the learner is using the adverb takusan as a degree adverb, and it is unnatural for the co-occurrence of the adjective and the adverb takusan. And it is unnatural for the co-occurrence of subject change verb which mean progressive change and the adverb takusan, too.

20세기 초 일본 신어의 현대 일본어와 한국어에서의 정착과 쇠퇴

이현정 ( Lee Hyeonjeong )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  95권 0호, 2021 pp. 41-56 ( 총 16 pages)
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In order to investigate settlement of Japanese new words accepted in early 20th century, we analyzed the Japanese new words in lists of dictionary and Corpus. And it was compared with a number of the words which is searched in Google(NWSG). The new words which has higher NWSG shows relatively higher registration ratio in dictionary both in Korean and Japanese. Base on this result, we divide the new words into settled and unsettled words. Interesting point is that there is a lot of common settled and unsettled words in Korean and Japanese. The ratios of settled and unsettled words were ca. 40% and 20%, respectively. This results demonstrate that the Japanese new words accepted in early 20th century influenced greatly on modern Korean and Japanese.

程度副詞化の事例研究 ― 「ばかに」「いやに」「やけに」を例にして ―

전자연 ( Jun Jayeon ) , 임지영 ( Lim Ji Young )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  95권 0호, 2021 pp. 57-72 ( 총 16 pages)
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This paper examines the adverbization of Japanese degree Adverbs ‘Bakani’, ‘Iyani’ and ‘Yakeni’ and the process in which the degree meaning is established in adverb usage, in terms of synchronic and diachronic approaches. As a result, (ⅰ)the first examples of the ‘Bakani’, ‘Yakeni’ appeared in the late modern period, and ‘Iyani’ appeared in the early modern period. Although only a few examples are seen before the early modern period, they come into use frequently. (ⅱ)In the development of the degree adverbial usage of ‘Bakani’, the adjective verb ‘Baka(na)’, which means ‘stupidity far from normal’, has lost its original substantive meaning(i.e. stupidity), and gets the derived meaning of ‘extremeness of degree’. It can be pointed out that the development of the degree adverbs of ‘Iyani’ and ‘Yakeni’ is derived from the substantive meaning of ‘abnormally unfavorable’. (ⅲ)The mechanism by which the meaning of degree in the adverbial usage is derived in common with ‘Bakani’, ‘Iyani’ and ‘Yakeni’ involves the semantic factor of ‘abnormality far from normal’ inherent in the original meaning of adjectives. (ⅳ)Furthermore, it also involves the syntactic factor that they are used as the adverbial usage of modifying an adjective or verb in sentences.

‘가오잡다’의 세대 간 사용양상에 관한 사회언어학적 고찰

최정희 ( Choi Jeong Hui )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  95권 0호, 2021 pp. 73-87 ( 총 15 pages)
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This study compared the results of Lee Deok-bae (2014) and the present (2020) on the usage of ‘Gao’ or ‘Gaojabda’ between generations. After comparing the usage pattern of general public in the media with that of high school students and college students, the time concept between generations and the ambiguous boundaries of semantic qualities that exist between time made a difference in the usage of language. The elaboration of metaphorical use of glorification, exaggeration and avoidance was progressing. Comparing the frequency of use of ‘Gao’ or ‘Gaojabda’ with Lee Duk-bae (2014) and this study (2020), Lee Duk-bae (2014) has a response rate of 45% (23 respondents) on “sometimes/often used” and this study (2020) has 100% (51 respondents) on “have used it before”. The reason why the frequency of use of ‘Gaojabda’ among high school students and college students increased in 2020 compared to 2014 is that the acceptance of language use has increased as ‘Gao’ has been exposed more through media in the arts and cultural sector and by the social leaders. Analysing the usage pattern of ‘Gaojabda’ in terms of time concept between generations, high school students use “gaojabda,” a term that means “pretend” and connotes a negative attitude toward the exaggerated behavior of others. College students in their twenties added meaning of ‘pretend to be strong’ in ‘pretend’ used by high school students, and started to use the meanings of ‘face, appearance, cool and Bonsae’, which are the dictionary definition of ‘Gao’. This finding suggests that two different semantic features coexist in the usage of ‘Gao’ among people in their twenties. People in their twenties use both exaggerated slang metaphors used by high school students and general metaphors such as glorification and avoidance of shame used by the general public. The meaning and usage patterns of ‘Gaojabda’ are different between generations, in other words in time concept, but it is found that 'Gaojabda' is used metaphorically by finding alternative expressions derived from its base meaning.
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It is well known that if the conditional form of a verb loses its verb-ness in modern Japanese and Korean, then it is changed into either a form that determines the grammatical relationship between syntactic elements or a lexical expression that represents the speaker’s attitude in a variety of ways. This paper deals with how mireba and pomyen, the conditional forms of the visual verbs miru and poda, respectively, lose their verb-ness and become agglutinated to mostly adverbs to serve as complex sentence adverbs. In this case, the sentence adverb that is formed by agglutinating mireba or pomyen is used to represent the perspective or attitude through which certain things are evaluated or judged. Since such adverbs retain the features of a conditional form, the evaluation and judgement of things is only valid from the perspective or attitude presented, and therefore implicate other perspectives or attitudes that may lead to a different evaluation or judgement.

마쓰오 바쇼의 공간의식 연구

강경하 ( Kang Gyungha )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  95권 0호, 2021 pp. 111-125 ( 총 15 pages)
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This study re-examined the life of Japanese Haiku poet Matsuo Basho (1644-1694) by focusing on spatial consciousness as a driving force for the creation of literary communication and exchange. To this end, he focused on his hometown, seclusion, and travel, and his hometown, Iga, was the home of his birth and the last travel destination for his poetry and his life. The hometown, which was the driving force of the poet's life, was a place of longing, and even though he completed his own literary world through seclusion and travel, his hometown was always a place to return to for Basho. The repetition of seclusion and travel in Fukagawa was a time trip in which the ancient ancestors recited the traditional land of the old poem and experienced the world of their poems in person. Basho's trip is a place where the traces of the good people he respects coexist, where he traveled through time and space. Thus, if Basho's literary space was a place to return to as a driving force of literature in his hometown of Iga, the space of seclusion and travel was transformed into an empirical space, which was reborn as a traditional land of poetry and became Basho's literary space.

『도사닛키(土佐日記)』와 『계축일기(癸丑日記)』의 주이상스(jouissance)

박윤호 ( Park¸ Yoonho )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  95권 0호, 2021 pp. 127-145 ( 총 19 pages)
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“Tosa Diary” by 'Kinotsurayuki' was written around 935, and is believed to be Japan's first living diary literature. “Gyechuk Diary”, which author is unknown, was written in 1623 shortly after the 'Injo Banjeong', and is recognized for pioneering Hangeul diary literature along with “Byeongja Diary”. The contents of “Tosa Diary” and “Gyechuk Diary” are various. However, “Tosa Diary” focuses on missing his dead daughter. While “Gyechuk Diary” focuses on the Inmokdaebi’s grudge against deaths of her father and young son Yeongchangdaegun. Both texts reveal the most acute problem of death all the time. The actual authors of both texts are not interested in chronological time and the facts that exist in history. Through self- contradictory writing, authors are trying to freely use what they want to reveal in the texts. “Tosa Diary” focuses on maximizing the death of daughter, “Gyechuk Diary” focuses on maximizing the death of son. Actual authors of both texts circuitously give prominence to “Onna” and “Nain” and represent them as narrators. This study investigates to find out the problems of death of actual authors, which authors try to express through “Onna” and “Nain”. Both actual authors forget painful memories in the text and don't cling to new events or memories that give them happiness. On the contrary, the most painful death is repeated in many ways in the text. It can be interpreted as Thanatos that repeats the return to a place of pain rather than chasing pleasure beyond Sigmund Freud's assumed principle of pleasure, and also can be interpreted as Jouissance by Jaques Lacan. 'Kinotsurayuki' suffered from the death of his guardians, who were the pillars of his life, and 'Inmokdaebi' suffered from the death of Yeongchangdaegun. But 'Kinotsurayuki' and 'Inmokdaebi' continue to return to the scene through recollection, not turning away from the pain. Shortly, tragedy transforms into an acceptable value and is repeated over and over again. The reason for returning to a place of pain is to somehow reduce the amount of excessive energy that is difficult to accommodate in the mind. Both authors’ obsessions to repeat of the two are understood as a kind of struggle for eternal rest by repeating the trauma situation. It is the source of the urge to return to minerals as Freud claims, and what Lacan calls joy and desire to head to Jouissance.
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This study aimed to investigate the image of women portrayed by male writer during the Meiji era, by analyzing ‘Sansiro’ by Natsume Souseki. First, as there was a desire to be on par with the western world, when discussing the modern times and modernization of Japan, the “subjectivity” of women was emphasized with culture, in particular skin color, makeup, and eyes, just as how men and women were presented as “the subjects” in the West. However, the “female culture” ended up becoming generic, created based on the “homogeneous” male perspective. That is, rather than accepting the cultural diversity, female culture was described to be homogeneous, or standardized. On the contrary, when discussing male-female relationships, it was possible to identify male “inhomogeneous” perspectives that only acknowledge the subjectivity of men, as men were perceived to be the subject, whereas women were perceived to be “the others.” It was identified that the social habitus of the times, as the notions related to sex, relationship, marriage, and divorce were based on the idea that women were in “vassalage” to men. Second, the images of women portrayed by men could be divided into two types. Although the author described Mineko as an independent woman who leads men and has “economic power” despite the fact that women were considered incapable at the time, she ended up marrying a bourgeois man to become a “selfish and practical woman.” On the other hand, the “ideal woman” was described to be an “innocent woman with a strong maternal image,” someone who has strong feminine traits like Yosiko. The author introduced many different women as if he was describing the “rupture of the single female image,” but ultimately, the limitation of the work was that women were classified into two types, and that only women whom “men can handle” were accepted. At the same time, it showed “the possibilities of gender-free” in Mineko. However, there is a limitation in that although Mineko attempted to secure subjectivity by escaping from the existing gender norms, she eventually compromised with reality when faced with such gender norms, and internalized them in the end.
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