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일본어교육검색

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 : 78권 0호 (2016)
6,000
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The purpose of this study is to examine the recognition of `Hate Korea` with the newspapers of Korea and Japan from the year 1992 to 2015 divide into three parts. The first part is from the matter of the Japanese military sexual slavery as a diplomatic problem to Japan South Korea Joint Declarations. The second part is from the detent relationship between Korea and Japan to the peak period of `Koran Wave` in Japan. The third part is from the visiting the Dokdo (Takeshima) by president Lee myung bak to the Hate speech and overflowing of the anti Korean books. The reporting attitude to the `Hate Korea` of Korean newspaper in the first part had less interest than Japanese newspapers. But in thd second part Korean newspapers reported about the radical expressions of the anti Korean comic book which Japanese newspapers did`t deal with. In the third part Chosun Ilbo carried 130 articles of `Hate Korea` and some contents of articles were not dealt by Japanese traditional media. Though Chosun ilbo was poited out that as a result the reporting `Hate Korea` in detail encouraged `Anti Korea` magazines publishers, it continued this style. When Chosun Ilbo commented that `Japan is the cause. We will not able to see any solution without chaging of Japan.`, Sankei newspapers responded that `Now the relationship between Japan and Korea is diplomatic cessation.` Asahi newspapers and Hangyore newspapers have the similar points in the way of moving against `Hate Korea` and the point of view about `Hate Korea`.

한국과 일본 고등학생의 감사 발화행위 대조 연구

문양수
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  78권 0호, 2016 pp. 169-182 ( 총 14 pages)
5,400
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This study investigated what types of utterances Korean and Japanese high school students use when they express their gratitude which is one of the speech acts of greeting frequently used in their daily life. Also, it examined how honorifics and casual languages used for gratitude, considering honorific expressions are well developed in both countries. The conclusion to be drawn here can be briefly stated as follows. Speaking to the older, the same aged, and the younger people for conveying gratitude, high school students in both countries conducted direct speech(i.e. expressing the appreciation immediately and then keeping the conversation) prominently. In the situation that interlocutor is an intimate acquaintance, however, reason type speech(i.e. explaining the reason for the appreciation in advance, and then expressing thanks) and extra type speech(i.e. the type of speech except the others) were more observed than direct speech. Apology type speech(i.e. expressing thanks and apology at the same time) appeared more in Japanese students, on the other hand, reason type speech was often founded in Korean students. It is noticeable that the closer the relationship between the speakers was, the higher the rate of extra type speech was. In the speech of gratitude to the older people, a majority of high school students in Korea and Japan displayed honorifics. A few Japanese students did honorifics. In the case of the same aged people, it was characterized that all students from both countries exhibited causual language. With the younger people, the speech that the students used was various depending on the familiarity, social status, situations and speech context. It was more dominant in Japanese students and girl students than the counterparts of them.
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This study begins from the fact that Japanese history education had the purpose of assimilating the Korean into Japanese, educating the Korean with a favorable history for Japanese, and distorting history ever since the beginning of the Residency General long way before the compilation of the Japanese history textbook. Therefore, to find out how Japan educated history for Chosun children in the primary school, this study examined the content of the textbook compiled by the Japanese Government General of Korea from the period of the Residency General to that of < 1Cha the Chosun Education Law >. Japan had deliberately taught Chosun children Japanese history via Susinseo , Korean reader(Korean Language) , Japanese reader from the period of the Residency General. I also assured that Korean history was timidly described in a non independent manner. Even though Geography textbook and History textbook were excluded from the curriculum after the Japanese occupation, other subjects were focused on a negative view of Chosun in reality as expressing the justification of that Korea must be colonized by Japan. Consequently, it is concluded that Japan intentionally educated Chosun Children with distorted history for the purpose of assimilation of Chosun children via various textbooks for primary schools compiled by the Japanese Government General of Korea from the beginning of Japanese occupation.
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