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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 : 19권 2호 (2015)
6,300
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Arabic language belongs to the Semitic language family, and it is characterized as a diglossia phenomenon: speakers use two or more varieties of the same language depending on the context of use. That is, in Arabic-speaking countries, the classical, the fully-inflected, and the literary varieties have co-existed along with a colloquial, usually unwritten form. The diglossia phenomenon must be considered as one of the most important factors in the education of Arabic as a foreign language aiming at effective communication. There are many differences in verbal tense and conjugation between written and spoken Arabic. This study aims to examine verbal tense and conjugation in spoken Arabic and explore how to teach them to the students learning Arabic as a foreign language. This paper investigates the classification of Arabic dialects, general characteristics of spoken Arabic, and the system of verbal tense and conjugation especially in Egyptian spoken Arabic, paying special attention to characteristics of the tense system, the conjugation of perfect and imperfect verbs, the future tense of Egyptian spoken Arabic, negation, imperative verbs, passive verbs. It also discuss how to effectively teach Arabic as a foreign language utilizing what have been found in this study such findings.
5,500
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From the 20th century, a linguistic approach to the study of word order (syntax) has been carried out by Western scholars, however Arab scholars have also shown interest in this field since the 7th century great grammarian ``Sibawayhi``s book``(kitab Sibawayhi). In Arabic, word order can be translated as tartib al-kalimat, tartib al-mufradat, or nuzm al-kalimat, although Arab scholars have dealt with this subject under the title of preposing (taqdim) and postposing (ta□khir). Traditionally a verbal sentence is a sentence in which the verb precedes the subject. A nominal sentence is a sentence where the subject precedes the predicate. The type of sentence does not change whether it contains a verb or not. This study aims to elucidate the restrictions of word order in verbal sentences of MSA (Modern Standard Arabic) and EA (Egyptian Arabic) using VSO as the standard sentence for analysing the materials. It is worth mentioning that MSA, due to its strict case-marking, allows much more freedom of word order than EA which has many restrictions on word order due to its lack of case-marking. The results of this study suggest that MSA can be easier to learn for students of the Arabic language.

The Curriculum and Its Effect on Teaching a Second Language: Arabic for Non-Speakers as an Example

한국아랍어아랍문학회
6,400
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In this research we shed the light on the curriculum considering it as the meeting point between the teacher and the student, and an essential element of the educational triangle, especially when it is about teaching a second language1 which most of the time lacks the adequate specialized teacher. The research presents a clear accurate picture of the process on which the curriculum of teaching a second language must be based, through examining the curriculum’s four elements: the outcomes, the content, teaching method, and assessment. Assuring that teaching language goes through two correlative questions: What we know of the language? And how we know it?, also the good and demanded curriculum: is the one that starts with defining the outcomes in an accurate way that meets student’s motives, targets, lingual backgrounds ….etc. then it proceeds another step toward choosing the content, and the experiences that helps more than others to reach the targets, and it is followed with another step which is represented by choosing suitable educational methods, and suitable activities, and the last step is represented by personal and reformative assessment methods.

Elgabry, Alaaeldien, Technical and Linguistic Phenomena of Arabic Novel 1990-2014

한국아랍어아랍문학회
6,100
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The 1990 Iraqi invasion of Kuwait was a turning point in modern Arab history. This paper is trying to investigate its impact upon the developments of the novel in the period 1990-2014 by surveying some novelistic phenomena and analyzing them horizontally. The number of novels has increased in an unprecedented way to the extent that our age is called “the age of the novel”. The number of long novels has decreased, and the number of shorter novels has been increasing. Most novels are formed of some interrelated stories. Writing novels has widely spread in all Arab countries, and a large number of new novelists have appeared during the time limit of this paper. The phenomena and techniques of the novel have witnessed technical and linguistic changes. Therefore, a change in the tools of its criticism has become necessary. Consequently, I have decided to study the novels of this period from a horizontal perspective in order to survey their linguistic and technical phenomena, interpret them socially and politically, and show how these developments serve novelistic functions. The new novels show influences of society, such as linguistic hybridization, using foreign words, and the change of the position of women who have gained great weight in the studied novels. These novels also show signs of postmodernist phenomena, magical realism, and many other phenomena that are not related to tradition, but to non-Arabic influences. They are also influenced by media, visual culture, the new concept of history, the impact of feminism, taboo, the appearance of what is called “the third sex,” its right to exist, and by the recent Arab spring. This shows that the novel has resumed its commitment to social causes that has been left for a long time.
5,900
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Before the emergence of Islam, women in the Arabian Peninsula were not regarded as human beings, but as goods which could be traded in the market. Therefore, men could marry as many women as they wanted and also could leave their wives whenever they wanted. In this regard, baby girls were sometimes buried or killed when they were born. However after the advent of Islam all these misbehaviors were removed, resulting in prohibiting from burying baby girls and allowing women to get the right to inherit property. Although Arab women’s social status today is quite different from what Islam says, they still have property rights. There is a broad spectrum of views on women’s participation of social activities in the Arab Muslim world. In comparision with other Muslim countries, Saudi Arabia is the most conservative country in the Muslim world, considerably restricting women’s rights to participate in social activities. This study will compare Saudi women’s social status in the movie “Wadjda” with Islamic view on women’s social activities and provide the readers with the prospect of Saudi women’s rights. In Chapter 2, I researched women’s social status in the Arab Muslim world by looking into the sources such as Quran and Hadith. In Chapter 3, I examined the social status of Saudi women today. Fianlly in Chapter 4, I will show how the movie “Wadjda” describes Saudi women’s social status.
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