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논문검색은 역시 페이퍼서치

한국언어문화검색

Journal of Korean Language and Culture


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 언어학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 연3회
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1598-1576
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 : 한양어문(~2001) → 한국언어문화(2001~)
논문제목
수록 범위 : 43권 0호 (2010)

<셔유견문록>에 나타난 서양(西洋), 그 열망의 공간

김상진 ( Sang Jean Kim )
한국언어문화학회|한국언어문화  43권 0호, 2010 pp. 5-29 ( 총 25 pages)
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is the World-wide travel kasa(세계기행가사) which the Lee, Jong-eung(이종응) created in 1902. Lee, Jong-eung attended with the congratulation visitor who at 1902 was official at coronation of Edward Ⅶ in Great Britain. Therefore, is the ``Official travel kasa`` (사행가사). In short, was transfigured and accommodated the 18~19th centuries official travel kasa, and it is until 20th century and goes also meaning keeps simultaneously. This research put an importance in the fact which is a ``literature of space``. Namely, experience an advanced civilization from the West, aspirations it how, will research. This dissertation divided it with three kind. First is startling about speed. The second is the desire for the majesty of advanced civilization. Third is, the paradoxical intention of savage civilization. And so, this contents with format is relationship. If it represent the speed of the fast is fast-paced as formal. Express the splendor that was described in detail. To praise the beauty of the West in detail were described. If it represent savage civilization, and a simple description of the writer`s feelings were expressed. However, the writer is aspirations to Western civilization, and not the Western world. In other words, the objective is to modernize the homeland. This is, after returning to the life of the author was able to review.

조선후기 문학의 한량 캐릭터와 한양

류수열 ( Su Yeol Ryu )
한국언어문화학회|한국언어문화  43권 0호, 2010 pp. 31-50 ( 총 20 pages)
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The word ``hallyang`` in Korean means originally the jobless man or honorary soldier in Joseon Dynasty. But these days it means a prodigal playboy, libertine, or debauchee. This word is considered to have this meaning from 18th century fell into Post-Joseon Dynasty. In those age, Hanyang(the present name is Seoul) was switched over from administration capital to commercial capital. This study aims to investigate its concrete relation between the hallyang character and commercial capital Hanyang. So the different paragraphs describing the hallyang in the genre of gasa, sijo, novel works was focused on. The feature of hallyang is as follows; They belong to middle class. They enjoy alcohol and music with gisaeng in a flock, and pursuit pleasure in different way on the base of rich and affluent environment. The middle class gained commercial power in the age of waving status system. Hanyang having changed into full-scale commercial city was their strong background. In the history of Korean pre-modern literature, almost of the character or their life was described as ideal man or ideal life. They was almost sacred hero or specially talented people. But since 18th century there was remarkable change in literature. It was the birth of profane people hallyang. It can be considered as a token of modern literature. The character of hallyang is worthy of notice as an modern character.

북경 유리창(琉璃廠)과 지식인 교류의 세 층위

박수밀 ( Su Mi Park )
한국언어문화학회|한국언어문화  43권 0호, 2010 pp. 51-80 ( 총 30 pages)
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This study is to research the three layers of intellectuals` exchange made in Beijing Liulichang, and to find out the inner consciousness and altruism of Chinese and Korean intellectuals, and to prove out the mechanism of their exchange, and more to see what conditions existed in this exchange, what points were important in communicating one another. First of all, it found out the characteristics of that place, Liulichang. Liulichang was the district to build the bridge between Chosun and Chinese intellectuals. Especially it was the very important point in exchanging Korean and Chinese intellectuals that the whole district of Liulichang was hangout for Korean intellectuals. And next, it looked into the aspects of various meetings at Liulichang, focusing "Kye-San-Ki-Cheong" of Hae Ueng, Lee, "Yeon-Haeng-Rok" of Chung Jung, Kim, "Kuen-Jeong-Dong-Pil-Dam" of Dae Yoeng, Hong. The main reason of cutting off the exchange was found out in "Kye-San-Ki-Cheong" of Hae Ueng, Lee. The prison of letters, so called "The prison of the letters(文字獄)", happened in China and its fear were important issues in cutting off the exchange. In this course, the exchange system of the East Asian cultural sphere using Chinese letters in the Middle age was revealed out. In "Yeon-Haeng-Rok" of Chung Jung, Kim, it revealed the general aspect of individual exchanges reported in "Yeon-Haeng-Rok". Chosun classical scholars as intellectuals could appreciate the world widely and take advantage of the companionship creatively. However, they could not see the great world of culture newly, having no sense of investigating it, mainly because of the sense of small senocentrism, so called ``Sinocentrism``. This study is to reveal the reality of creative exchange in "Kuen-Jeong-Dong-Pil-Dam" of Dae Yoeng, Hong. The meeting with Dae Yoeng, Hong and three Chinese scholars of Hang Joo opened a new horizon in the exchange history of Chosun and China in the late of Chosun Dinasty, and caused the big argues for and against in Chosun society. The sincerity of opening the hearts played an essential role in enlarging the effect of their meeting up to the point of opening a new horizon in the exchange history of the East Asia. The inner sincerity and the sense of acknowledging the others -altruism- are much more fundamental than any other external points for the true exchange.

식민지 지식인의 여행과 제국의 도시 "도쿄": 1925~1936

우미영 ( Mi Yeong Woo )
한국언어문화학회|한국언어문화  43권 0호, 2010 pp. 81-110 ( 총 30 pages)
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This paper aims to investigate the relationship between imperial space and the colonized self-identity through a travel diary to Tokyo, which described what the intellectuals from Joseon experienced in Tokyo after the Great Kanto Earthquake. During the early modern times and since the great earthquake, the characteristics of a trip to Tokyoby intellectuals form Joseon shifted from discourse to sightseeing. In other words, they visited Tokyowith a goal of learning modern civilization. Since the great earthquake, however, most of them went to the new metropolis for sightseeing. After being transformed into a huge consumer city, Tokyo started to be viewed differently. At the capital of the Japanese Empire, the colonized subject was exposed to the imperial perspective. Due to strong consumption culture of Tokyo at that time, however, this kind of point of view made the empire-colony relationship more complicated. In fact, the binary relation between imperial Japanand colony Joseon started to crack because the colonized started to realize their identity as a subject of consumption culture and international subject. In other words, the consciousness as a colonized subject has diversified. This diversification has been confirmed through Lee Tae-joon, Choi Jae-seo and Ahn Jae-hong. Even though it could be classified into imperial city and consumption city, no one has ever denied the centrality of Tokyo in terms of politics and economy. As a result, the selective attitude (selective imitation on the development of Tokyo or selective luring attitude) includes both positive and negative attitudes. Therefore, they have shown a strong opposition towards the empire and willingness to imitate it at the same time. Because Tokyo saw travelers as consumers at that time, intellectuals from Joseon was able to forget their identity as the colonized for the time being. In other words, their social position shifted from the observed as the colonized to the observer in Tokyo. Therefore, they were able to establish their identity in Tokyo, which makes their trip to Tokyo from right after the Great Kanto Earthquake to right before the Second Sino-Japanese War in 1937 meaningful.

조선전기 명사영접(明使迎接)과 기록화(記錄畵)

정은주 ( Eun Joo Jeong )
한국언어문화학회|한국언어문화  43권 0호, 2010 pp. 111-149 ( 총 39 pages)
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This study is aimed at reviewing the documentary paintings of reception for Chinese envoys based on Sino-Korean diplomatic relations during the early Joseon Dynasty. The reception for Ming envoys and commanders holds the key to the solution of a diplomatic issue with Ming Dynasty in the early Joseon Period. It is reflected in the explanatory diagrams of Yeongjeopdogam-Uigwe depicted the procession for the reception of Ming envoys. Haenghaeng-do and Gwanseomyeonggu-cheop including Zhu Zhifan`s poetry were painted the Ming envoys taking an excursion to Han River and attractions in the route from Uiju to Hanseong. Uisungwan Yeongjo-do depicted Joseon officers welcomed the diplomatic document and Ming Envoys at Uisungwan near Uiju. Hwanghwasahu-rok and Gwanbanjemyeong-cheop were depicted Joseon officers attended to Ming Generals during the Imjin War. And Cheonjojangsa Jeonbyeol-do was painted the triumphant parade of Ming General Hyeong Gye at that time. This paper contributes to visual recreation of the diplomatic ceremony and to finding out the value of the documentary paintings based on Sino-Korean relations in Joseon Dynasty.

전봉건 시의 지평구조 연구 -돌 연작시를 중심으로

고연숙 ( Yeon Sook Ko )
한국언어문화학회|한국언어문화  43권 0호, 2010 pp. 151-170 ( 총 20 pages)
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This research is about one of South Korea`s leading postwar poet, Jun Bonggun approached from the perspective of the horizontal structure. The structure of horizontal concept, which was discussed in dept by French poet and literary critic Michel Collot, can be understood as a interdependent relationship between the perception of space structure and inner subjective consciousness of time. As a in-dept structure of the world and a way of understanding the world, the concept of horizon can be used actively in the acceptance and production of poetry work and to clarify the relationship between the internal, external reality and work. In the early poetries of Jun Bonggun, exceptionally pure and strong vitality childhood, thus can be found. Poetries that were written after the adolescence and be divided to war poetry which is based on the experience in the field during the war, and postwar poetry which is written to recall the war or to heal the wounds of the war. Jun Bonggun`s poetries go through a pure and intense vitality of childhood and fall down to the inhumane scene, war. Such poetic horizon is momentary so Jun Bonggun`s poetry seeks of eternity. For this reason he presents a series of poetries with topic of stones which stand for the eternity. The poetries written in his second half was created when he was withdrawn into himself while collecting stones. Especially in the stone series, in the stones the horizon is changed from the static inaminate structure to the dynamic aminate structure. In the stone series the river flow for millions of years is no difference with the time flow. A stone goes along with the accumulated time and also takes a spot in the present time. The stone with both space and time coordinates is a point in the present with the future and the past within it. In Jun Bonggun`s poetry, the time and history quality of the stone cannot be thought without one and the other. Time and space experience cannot be separated. The poet belongs in the time and space and the poet`s interest is the space. And that allows to review the history which is a totality of events.

전봉건 시에 나타나는 환상성의 특징 연구

김양희 ( Yang Hee Kim )
한국언어문화학회|한국언어문화  43권 0호, 2010 pp. 171-199 ( 총 29 pages)
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Attempts to organize his time for the purpose of the fantasy feature infer. First, it will look for his image. His image is very sensible at the same time, rather than reality, the ability to direct the image itself tends to focus on. It is associated with his image view. In his poetry, ``fantastic`` nature of his poetics and the region as belonging to the core of his poetic world is a creative methodology. I work through poetics and the actual nature of his image will look. Second, the Korea War era reproduction of reality and fantasy explores the formal aspects of his poetry reveals the thematic fantasy features will be discussed.

미륵불 신앙의 현장 연구

김용덕 ( Yong Duk Kim )
한국언어문화학회|한국언어문화  43권 0호, 2010 pp. 201-223 ( 총 23 pages)
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This article inquires into the introduction, the transmission, and the current situation of the Maitreya faith, one of the three major Korean Buddhism, including the Faith in the Goddess of Mercy and the Faith of Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva. To understand the characteristics of the Maitreya faith, it is needed to take into consideration the origin and the scripture of Maitreya. Traditionally in Korea, the Maitreya Sangsaeng(life upward) faith in which people wish to be born in Dosolcheon where Maitreya lives was stronger than the Maitreya Hasaeng(life downward) faith in which Maitreya comes down to the human world to save people. This Maitreya Hasaeng faith gave birth to the Pure Land Faith in which the human world is considered to be the land of Buddha. In the early period, there is a vestige of the Maitreya Sangsaeng faith, and in the latter part of Joseon Dynasty, the emergence of a new religion where Maitreya is sent as the Savior to save people can be detected. There are various types of emergence of Maitreya, including soaring from the earth or water(pond, ocean), and walking down to the human world, all of which are the representation of the Maitreya Hasaeng faith. There are also different types such as transforming Maitreya into human and vice versa depending on the wishes of the worshiper. Compromise between the Maitreya faith and the folk belief such as the belief of rocks can be easily found because of the common object of belief, the rock. In the miracle tale are prayers of people for begetting a son, protection, curing a disease, and a favorable change in fortune. The competition between Buddha and Maitreya in , a song detailing the myth of genesis of the Buddhist world, plays a role of explanation of the current situation, one of the structural features of the folk tale. And it also shows us the future-oriented intent to wait for the coming of Maitreya(the future Buddha).

한민족 전통문화와 중국 연변지구 도시화건설 연구 -연길시를 중심으로

김은빈 ( En Bin Kim )
한국언어문화학회|한국언어문화  43권 0호, 2010 pp. 225-250 ( 총 26 pages)
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Since culture is a firm building founded upon the ground of unique tradition of particular ethnic group, it is certain that culture without tradition does not exist. The purpose of the study is to diagnose the feature and status of Korean traditional culture at the time of full fledged ongoing process of urbanizing construction in YanBian, China. In the respect of construction, architecture, culture-art industry, and tourist industry in YanBian, manifesting performance and outcome of Korean culture are mere a low standard. The exertions of having Chinese-Korean traditional culture melted into townsite planning, architectural design, urban environment(sculptures, murals), cultural facilities, and tourist attractions have been in deficiencies. Therefore, a new understanding in realization of Chinese-Korean traditional culture and the government-level supports are essentially required. Particularly, an public attention on urban sculptures and green space are necessary, and the Chinese-Korean traditional culture should be reflected in this process. It will possibly contribute to reveal harmonious beauty of Chinese-Korean traditional culture and upright ethnicity. Culture-art and tourist industry are in need of financial investment, and with this, administrative support from government are in necessity. Especially, the actual labor force for secure the Chinese-Korean traditional culture lacks, and the finance for art-creation activities. In order to settle those problem, it is necessary to combine Culture-art and tourist industry both. Inheritance and development of ethnic culture should be the basic ground of all the creations, and especially produce programmes in which tourists from out side of the town are intereted. Prominent traditional ethnic culture is one of the brands belonged to a city itself, and is the very basis of cultural identity. Government-level financial and administrative supports and long-term schemes, a concrete actionable plan should be the integral factors, and creative reformation including system restructuring will be highly recommended.

토론의 반박 전략

육영주 ( Young Joo Yook )
한국언어문화학회|한국언어문화  43권 0호, 2010 pp. 251-271 ( 총 21 pages)
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A content of insistence in a debate closely connects with utterance, a propositional content and a state of affairs of the world. It is the connection that there are various ways to contradict the content of insistence. In this thesis I have intensely studied how to contradict the content of opponents` insistence, in particular, the state of affairs of the world related to the propositional content. Both insistence and a contradiction in a debate can be classified according to direct nature. For instance, whether or not the direct nature exists, is a factor which is classified as a direct contradiction or an indirect contradiction. Each contradiction has three ways to deny opponents` insistence. Regarding the direct contradiction; first, a debater can make a claim about the existence of a state of affairs or its occurrence in an opponent`s content. Second, a debater can deny a correspondence between a content of insistence with a state of affairs. Third, a debater can oppose the value of a state of affairs. Concerning the indirect contradiction; first, a debater can deny an essential precondition for an occurrence of a state of affairs in an opponent`s content. Second, a debater can claim that the idea of time of an opponent`s content is inconsistent with its notion of space. Third, a debater can rebut an implication of a content.
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