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아랍어와 아랍문학검색

ARABIC LANGUAGE & LITERATURE


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 아랍어문학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 연3회
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1229-0882
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 11권 1호 (2007)

연어(Collocations)를 활용한 아랍어 어휘 교육 방안에 관한 연구

공지현 ( Ji Hyun Kong )
7,400
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This study starts from the hypothesis that collocations are co-occurrence of certain words and play a key role in defining pragmatic language competence of native speakers. The study aims to draw attention to the necessity of using collocations in teaching Arabic vocabularies and makes some suggestions on developing practical methods to teach collocations in classroom conditions. The paper made a literature review on established studies that provide relevant definitions. Collocations can be defined as a restricted co-occurrence of certain words upon which a given speech community agrees. Some of the key characteristics of collocations examined in this study can be listed as one-directivity, psychological remarkableness, impossibility of word to word translation, and reliance on certain groups or cultural bound. This study also finds that a student`s knowledge of collocations of target language will help to enhance his/her linguistic skills, especially in terms of fluency. This point serves to highlight the need to introduce collocations in teaching foreign languages in class conditions. Based on these observations, the study proposes to apply some practical methods to teach vocabularies using collocations to teaching grounds in Korea. Applicable methods can be presentation of probable collocations, presentation of collocations using students` performance of translations, presentation of lists of collocations in subjects, essay preparation using collocations and discernment of near synonyms by collocations. It also suggests to develop and compile a Korean-Arabic collocation dictionary to help students to further develop their Arabic vocabulary skills.

아랍어 교육과정 개정안 연구 -일반계열 고등학교 아랍어 1 을 중심으로-

오명근 ( Myung Keun Oh )
6,400
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This study aims to make some suggestions for revising the curriculum of Arabic since the Ministry of Education began offering the Arabic courses in middle and high schools in Korea. The paper also suggests directions for designing a revised curriculum: to improve the 7(th) curriculum, such as, characters, aims, contents, teaching methods, and methods of evaluation. A revised curriculum of Arabic language should be analyzed and suggests desirable pedagogical methods through comparative study between the 7(th) curriculum and a revised curriculum of Arabic. The paper aims to suggest ideal models and teaching methods for an effective Arabic communication program. The result of this study is summarized into two suggestions. One is to develop communicative skills and the other is to understand Arabic culture more effectively.

A Study on Lexical Generation in Arabic

( Yousef A. Farg )
7,000
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The aim of this research is to investigate the lexical generation in the nominal and verbal derivatives. The phenomena of the lexical generation plays an important role in the expansion of lexical items. This research is composed as follow: In the preface, I will introduce the derivation of the lexical items in the morphological and syntactic fields. The first chapter will focus on the concept of the derivation from the viewpoint of Arab grammarians. In the second chapter, the study on the generation of lexical items in view of the derivation will be made. This study finally leads to manifesting that the Arabic is not only a generative language, but also that the semantical generation of the lexical items. is made through the semantical connotation.

야흐야 학끼 소설 연구 -작품 『안녕하세요!』를 중심으로-

전완경 ( Wan Kyung Cheon )
6,500
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This paper deals with the thematic analysis on the Egyptian writer Yahya Haqqi(1905-1992)`s only novel "Sahh al-Naum" In the year 2005, the Arabic literature world, especially the Egyptian literature and UNESCO has refocused the Yahya Haqqi`s writings in consideration with 100year`s anniversary of his birth. In this regard, this paper is one of my participation from this phenomenon. In an attempt to reach its aim, this consists of three chapters. The first and last chapter is the main aim and the results of this paper and in the second chapter I try to check and analyze the novel thematically. The writer presents a kind of sketches of an southern Egyptian village and its inhabitants before and after the arrival of the train, i.e. the Egyptian`s Revolution by Jamal Abd an-Nasser in 1952 and modernization. In spite of the benefits of modernization, the village has lost its gaiety and solidarity. A sharp conflict between reformists and conservatives always exists in any place. Yahya Haqqi`s solution to this conflict and harmony is maybe applicable in similarity with Korea`s present situation.

무트아 혼인의 종교사회적 배경에 관한 연구

안정국 ( Jung Kook Ahn )
6,800
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This paper aims to study of the Socio-religious background of mut`a, or temporary marriage in the Islamic society, especially among the Shi`ites`. In books on jurisprudence the terms mut`a, al-nikah al-munqati` (discontinued marriage), and al-nikah al-mu`aqqat (temporary marriage) are all employed. The Sunni authorities agree that mut`a was permitted by the Prophet Muhammad at certain points during his lifetime, but they maintain that in the end he prohibited it completely. In contrast the Shi`ites maintain that the Prophet did not ban it, and they cite numerous Hadith from Sunni as well as Shi`ite sources to prove this. One major purpose of the paper is to trace the origin of this divergence between Sunni and Shi`ite law by going back to the sources and arguments on both sides. Proponents say that it offers women-especially those divorced or widowed-a way to obtain a temporary husband and support when they are unable to find a permanent marriage. Opponents say the practice is frequently used to legitimize prostitution or extramarital relations and is a danger to family values. They also say the practice undermines women`s dignity.
7,900
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This thesis is over aspects of the Egyptians` way of thinking through motifs of sex, social life and religion represented in Egyptian folk tales. Furthermore, the research is intended to understand how much sacredness is related with profaneness or secularity in the Egyptian people`s minds. In this study, 22 stories relevant to the motifs among Egyptian folk tales, were selected and analyzed. Firstly, it seems that most folk tales show common people`s intents to quench their primitive sexual desires. Islam does not limit sexual control but it showed openness toward sexual instinct. This is proved in folk tales that contains various anecdotes related with sex, such as expressing women`s sensual beauty, adultery, and believer`s moral deviation due to carnal desire. Moreover, some tales imply images of ancient goddess and virgins representing the folks` naive wishes for flourishing of posterity. Secondly, as for the matter of women`s position concerning the motif of social life in Egyptian folk tales, there is a big gap between the real life of women and the ideal creeds of Islam on women, which defend women`s rights almost equal with men`s. Women characters in most of the stories are subjected to severe oppression and discrimination by deep rooted patriarchal society. In addition, women are blamed for their unfaithfulness and deceitfulness. Meanwhile, many stories hint that men deserve admiration and are characterized by their faithfulness and trustworthiness. This means that the Egyptian society has maintained its secular position by emphasizing men`s superiority to women. Thirdly, in relation to the motif of religion, Egyptian folk tales represent various aspects of folklore faith opposite to Islam. Among the noteworthy folk beliefs connected with popular customs, there are worship of saints, belief of jinn, and practice of shaman ritual. The folk tales suggest that many people have earnest desire for ``baraka(blessing)`` and good fortune through respected saints. Also, the tales show the people`s belief of jinn`s interfering in human life, and of shaman`s role in resolving people`s spiritual or psychological problems. In addition, some stories suggest the long lasting conflict between the Muslims and the Copts in Egyptian society. In conclusion, though most of them are Muslim, Egyptian people are not always in pursuit of Islamic holy values, but they keep balanced life between religious holiness and secularity.
7,200
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The purpose of this study is to examine the Egyptian`s way of thinking through the Egyptian proverbs focusing on motifs of gender, social life & religion. In the first chapter, this paper starts out with a brief of the introduction to the proverb and Arab proverb. The second chapter represents the introduction to the Arab proverb, including the limitation of the study which consists of three motifs. In the third chapter, the researcher concentrates on the three motifs-gender, social life and religion-which have an effect on the Egyptian daily life. The gender describes the major constituents-marriage, male as a driving force, making light of female and female as a driving force. The religion describes the having a dread of Allah, faithful belief and blessing of Allah. The social life describes the interpersonal relation and view of money. In the forth chapter, without exception, the researcher concludes that the different secular and sacred elements in the Egyptian Proverbs play important roles in their daily lives.
11,800
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The music of one country represent the life and culture of the people. And the domain of popular and folk music often provides insight into the psychological and social, cultural traits of a nation`s character. It means that one can often illustrate the spirit and beliefs of the people by studyng the types of songs, the styles, music related social occasions and musical traditions. The general characteristics of popular forms of art can be found in the texts of Egyptian songs. Egyptian popular and folk songs exhibiting such traits existed in the Islamic culture and was sung and played by the people. The functions of popular and folk music may be divided into two main divisions. The first division usually refers to music attached to social occasions, which covers such celebrations whether of rejoicing or wedding. The second division comprises songs of labor and covers a wide field in the everyday life of the Egyptian society. This study is aimed to illustrate characteristics of Egyptian songs and find the Egyptian`s way of thinking through the texts of songs by classifing motifs of Egyptian songs focused on religion, and social life and sex. The Egyptian songs express happiness and sorrows and religious beliefs of the people. We can devide several categories of Egyptian songs. They are religious song, pilgrim songs, lamentation, songs of joy, love-songs and songs of celebration. All moments of joy were naturally and appropriately celebrated with music and song. The song and music were used in emotional occasions such as weddings, births, feasts, the pains of the departure.
7,100
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The arts can be divided into rhythmical ones and formative ones. The poetry, music and dancing belong to the rhythmical arts, and the architecture, picture and sculpture belong to the formative arts. That is to say, there are six genre in the arts. The cinema is also known as the seventh art. It means that the cinema is the last art which puts all aspects of the six arts together. This shows that the cinema of a nation includes its all cultural and artistic codes. This paper takes a general view of overall Arab cinema and Egyptian filmdom`s past and today. Then it observes some aspects of Egyptian consciousness that emerged on Egyptian cinema screens. The Arab Cinema shows true character of popular society anew through motif of omnipresent daily life. Without doubt Arab Cinema awakens the Arab that the most proper is the most world famous. Egyptian Cinema is not an exception of this trend.
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