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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 : 15권 2호 (2011)

"마흐푸즈 나까쉬 이야기"와"마디라 마까마"의 텍스트간 연관성

김정아 ( Jeong A Kim )
5,900
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This paper compares Mahfuz al-Naqash story of al-Jahiz`s al-Bukhala` with al-Maqamat al-Madiriyyah of Hamadhani`s Maqamat. Both works belong to banquet literature and deal with such key words as invite, food, and avarice of a miser. The dispute between miser and guest in Mahfuz al-Naqash story and al-Maqamat al-Madiriyyah epitomize Arabic eloquence and Greek reason of Mu`tazillah Jadal. This intertextuality of Mahfuz al-Naqash story and al-Maqamat al-Madiriyyah will contribute to the study of satire, humor and dispute in Abbasid prose literature.

나집 마흐푸즈 소설과 영화의 관계

전완경 ( Wan Kyung Cheon )
6,800
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The relation between literature and cinema is very close. Cinema borrowed very early on from other artistic forms, mainly in literature not only in the West but also in the East. Realist literature played a decisive role in establishing realist cinema in Egypt. As Egyptian realism started in early 1950s, realist cinema during the 1950s and 1960s in Egypt created a boom in literary adaptations. Some outstanding works by Najiib Mahfuuz were transferred to the screen and the realist wave of the 1950s owes a great deal to the influence of the Egyptian novelist and Novel prize winner Najiib Mahfuuz. During the 1960s N. Mahfuuz held important position in the world of cinema and contributed to the scripts of his novels and others. It is worth while to mention that the distance between his novels and their film making partly exists. The changes in writer`s position and thoughts about social-political circumstances and main hero or heroine`s character is ocurred mainly by the director or scenario writer. This paper mainly deals with the two points. Firstly, what is the difference between his novels and the film in contents? Secondly, what is the reason of the distance or changes shown in the film? In order to clarify the above-mentioned points, I selected five novels, among N. Mahfuuz`s works, produced during the 1960s(Zuqaaq al-Midaq, al-Liss wa al-Kilaab, al-Samman wa al-Khariif) and 1970s(Tharthara fauqa al-Niil, al-Karnak).

아랍어 학습자들의 학습 동기와 요구에 관한 연구

공지현 ( Ji Hyun Kong )
11,900
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This study investigates motives and needs of Korean learners of Arabic to provide Arabic classes with its findings, which would contribute to build up learner-centered Arabic education in Korea. Analysis of data from a questionnaire administerd to 347 students majoring Arabic studies who, as of the first semester 2011, took Arabic lessons at 6 departments in 5 universities nationwide. A relatively high instrumental motivation was found. This means that students motivated by the desire to build their future based on Arabic competence. Concerning priorities of learning activities among them, speaking> listening>vocabulary>culture>writing>reading>grammar were recorded in order. This means that students desire to develop communication skills. A negative relationship was found between instrumental motivation and junior students compared to freshmen students. A negative relationship was found also between attitudes towards Arabic teachers and teaching materials, and junior students compared to freshmen students. The findings support a need to invent more effective methods to meet needs of junior students in Arabic classes.

우리나라의 아랍어 교육기관 현황과 발전 방안

김종도 ( Jong Do Kim )
6,700
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This study aims to examine Korean educational institutions of the Arabic language and their development strategies of the Arabic language education. Arabic was first taught in 1965 at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, and currently five universities offer Arabic language training programs in Korea: Hankuk University of Foreign Studies; Myongji University; Pusan University; Chosun University; Dankuk University. In chapter 2, I deal with the history of Arabic education in secondary schools and universities, as well as the private academies. In chapter 3, I analyze the current situation of entrance quota for each university, the number of full time professors and curricula, revealing that universities focus more on Arabic language programs than on Arab regional studies subjects, although they show great interest in Arab regional studies. In conclusion I make some suggestions for developing Arabic language education in Korea as follows: (1) the development of common subjects; (2) Arabic listening and pronunciation practices; (3) Training of new teaching method; (4) team teaching; (5) Solidifying the studying Arabic abroad program through Arab countries embassies in Seoul; (6) Designation of Arabic zone. In order to put my suggestions in practice, it is imperative that various regulations and laws related to the second foreign languages education should be revised in the near future.
7,800
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From the viewpoint of the role of language in politics, this study was aimed at analyzing the rhetorical way in which Saddam Hussein had used in his discourse to maintain his power, obtain the mass support and promote unity among the people in the socio-political setting of Kuwait invasion and the following Gulf war. For this, the study will examine the three basic myths of political language -the Valiant leader, the Conspiratorial Enemy and We Stand United-, proposed by Edleman which are employed in Hussein`s discourse. For making an image of the valiant leader, Hussein resorted to two role models "Nebuchadnezzar II and Saladin" from the Iraqi history to create heroic images for himself, along with the mentioning of the past historical events in his discourse. In this context, Hussein employed the defiant rhetoric facing the United States. Hussein regarded the U.S and Israel as conspiratorial enemies and his aim was to create unity and identity among Iraqi people, attaching negative labels to his enemies. And facing up to the superpower with his defiant rhetoric and casting the conflict as a personal struggle between himself and Bush, it enhanced Saddam Hussein`s reputation as a courageous strongman. For unity and unification rhetoric, he used the rhetorical devices of spectacle and projection. In addition, he employed the power of religion to make his rhetoric successful. As the results of the analysis, it has become clear that Saddam Hussein was a politician who was well aware of the importance and the role of language in politics. It is concluded that accomplishing his political goal to stay in power and overcoming the national crisis can be attributed to his special linguistic talent and ability to use rhetoric for mass manipulation and persuasion.
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