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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 : 82권 0호 (2017)

10대·20대의 일상언어에 잔존하는 일본식 한자어

이덕배 ( Lee Deok-bae ) , 정보희 ( Jeong Bohee )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  82권 0호, 2017 pp. 155-166 ( 총 12 pages)
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This study is the survey on the usage and the influence factors of 78 words of Japanese style Chinese words remaining in Korean language, targeting Korean people in their 10s and 20s. As a result, 50percent of 10s use the 24 Japanese style Chinese words, and 50percent of 20s use 46 Japanese style Chinese words. It can be seen that the 10s who mainly spend lots of time in limited space with their peers don’t use a lot of words, but they can use more words in their 20s. And most people in their 10s and 20s do not recognize these words as Japanese even use them without reluctance. However, there are a few words that are rarely used in practice. These words are not deeply rooted in the daily life language of 10s and 20s and are likely to be replaced by Korean native words.

韓國人中級學習者のための日本語の複合動詞

李忠奎 ( Lee Chung Kyu )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  82권 0호, 2017 pp. 167-180 ( 총 14 pages)
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The purpose of this paper is to compile a list of Japanese compound verbs for Korean learners who have achieved an intermediate level of Japanese. To that end, a preliminary list of the 106 most frequently appearing compound verbs was compiled and then further reduced to the 17 compound verbs listed below based on their significance. ii-dasu, uke-ireru, uke-toru, oti-tuku, omoi-dasu, tati-agaru, de-kakeru, deki-agaru, tori-ageru, tori-ireru, tori- dasu, hanasi-au, hanasi-kakeru, ori-kaeru, mi-okuru, mi-tukeru, mi-naosu Also, this paper suggests that the following 7 grammatical compound verbs are relatively more important than the other grammatical compound verbs in terms of frequency: ∼au, ∼hazimeru, ∼dasu, ∼sugiru, ∼tudukeru, ∼naosu, ∼kiru The results show that the compound verbs listed above can be beneficial for both teaching and learning Japanese.
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1. A euphemism is a pattern in which a speaker asks for a listener’s agreement, not making a conclusion. It is the speaker’s soft self-assertion. Since the speaker can avoid a conflict with the listener, they can talk with psychological stability. The commonalities in Korean and Japanese euphemisms are as follows: (1) There are four types of euphemism, including ‘evasion’ ‘speaking indirectly’ ‘speaking gently’ and ‘pretentious expression,’ commonly in Korean and Japanese. (2) The ellipsis of sentence components, too, appears to be similar in Korean and Japanese. There are many co-occurrences with the form of assumption, ‘If only -’ in the latter part of the conjunction of ‘--인데’ 「--のに」 commonly in Korean and Japanese. Euphemisms appear as various compound ones, not in a single form. (3) Euphemisms like double negative and the metaphor of the situation appear in Korean and Japanese, out of the psychology to avoid a negative expression. 2. The differences in euphemisms between Korean and Japanese are as follows: (1) There are more euphemisms in which the speaker wants the listener to recognize one’s feeling or intention through suggestion even if the core part of a sentence is omitted in Japanese than in Korean. (2) Most of the usages of the spread of range, like 「--のこと、--のほう」, too, appear in Japanese. (3) Like ‘지각대장’ in Korean (The king of tardiness in English)’ is translated as 「遲刻の女王」 into Japanese, ‘a metaphor of vocabulary’ appears different depending on the culture or custom. (4) 「ちょっと」 is a cushioning expression appearing in everyday conversation, which is a euphemism appearing from the consideration that flat rejection may harm the other’s mood and appears much in Japanese.
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In this study, I analyze the usage tendency of the condition expression of large-scale JFL environmental learners and analyze the factors that influence acquisition of condition expressions, such as what features are there (learners' mother tongue factor ·learning environment Factors) and the characteristics of use. The results from this study are summarized as follows. (1) In the case of JFL environmental learners, it was confirmed that “Tara” was the center of acquisition of condition expression, and that the condition form other than “Tara” was actively used. (2) From the JFL environmental learners, there was a difference in unit formation tendency by language type. (3) It is found that the unit formed from the learning process of condition expressions may vary depending on the learning environment. By focusing on the utterance of the learner, this study was able to draw out the relation with the new viewpoint of the characteristics of acquisition of condition expression of L2 learner. In the future, we will explore new factors that will affect learning from units and further advance research.

古事記における在の硏究 ─ 日本書紀の修飾構造の補足を含めて ─

안희정 ( Ahn Heejung )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  82권 0호, 2017 pp. 221-238 ( 총 18 pages)
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In this paper, I examined the usages of Zai (在) in Kojiki, and whether the form of “Zai + place + target” seen in Kojiki and Nihonshoki in which the phrase “Zai + place” qualifies “target” is a perfect Chinese sentence. The results are summarized as follows. Zai (在) in Kojiki was used a total of 59 times. It consists of 43 cases of “existence”, 3 cases “survival”, 1 case of “idiom”, 3 cases of “Japanese usage”, “misuse” 2 cases, and “modifying structure” 7 cases. This result was included in all the previous research results, but there are no usages of “to depend on”, “to stay in”, and “every”. Usage of “preposition” depends on whether “modifying structure” is accepted or not. 2) In the Nihonshoki, among the 21 cases of type A used as the modifying structure, 3 cases used together with Zhi (之) were authentic Chinese sentences, and among the 18 cases of type A used without Zhi 12 cases were used in the α group and eight cases in the β group. B type of “Ukijimari” has 4 cases; it is a special usage. C type is certainly misuse, but it can be found only in the β group, so it is an example supporting the validity of the theory of categories in the Nihonshoki. Three examples of type D are correct Chinese sentences. 3) From the point of view of Ancient Chinese, 6 cases of Kojiki and 18 cases of Nihonshoki should be seen as all “prepositions” except for one case used as a verb in Kojiki. Therefore, I think that the 24 cases are perfect Chinese sentences, and they do not turn away from the theory of categories in the Nihonshoki. It seems preferable to read “~ni (at ~)” as a preposition rather than “~ni aru(to be at ~)” as a modifying structure. In the case of a modifying structure, I do not think that reading Zai as “~ni aru” is incorrect “reading”. That is because I think that it is necessary to acknowledge the special nature of reading by the difference between the structure of Ancient Chinese and the structure of Old Japanese.
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The issue surrounding historical awareness - particularly regarding the modern history between Korea and Japan - has been examined and studied in the fields of history, sociology, politics and diplomatic science. However, the issue between both countries has not yet been considered or established from the perspective of pure literature. In this study, I looked into the problem of historical awareness - especially that of modern history - through the works of Ryunosuke Akutagawa, the darling of the Taisho literature. The approach for this was not from existing standpoint, but from the perspective of pure literature. He released 『Saigotakamori』 in 1917, 『Syougun』 in 1922, 『Kinsyougun』 in 1924, and 『Momotaro』 in July 1924, and he plainly condemned Japanese militarism and Hwanguksagwan(Emperor worship). In addition, he openly described the horrific scenes of the countries victimized by Japanese Imperialism. Now, Japan has right-wing groups and Cabinet members that deny and distort the shared modern history between Korea and Japan during the Japanese imperial period. This has resulted in the worsening relationship between both countries.2017 marks the 90th since Ryunosuke Akutagawa’s death. This year, it is desperately urged for his accurately sound account of historical recognition to solve the modern history dispute between Korea and Japan, more than ever before.

『가게로닛키(??日記)』의 ‘시간’과 ‘눈·비’

박윤호 ( Park Yoonho )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  82권 0호, 2017 pp. 249-266 ( 총 18 pages)
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Diary literatures have common element in the nature of reminiscences, particularly it is found that the problem of time order is related to the reminiscence. It can be said that each works of diary literature are regarded as the problem of how the introduction of reminiscence and the order of time are used. In this context, the order of time for Michitsuna's mother's past is considered in the expression of the recollection of 『KAGERONIKKI』. It is focused on the problem of time in diary literature, and is pursued the 「discovery of time for life」 by Michitsuna's mother. The core of the modern time theory is human consciousness. Time passes constantly as「duree pure」 and does not deal with quantitative flow. In other words, the time is pure multi-quality. However, the time of spatialization is homogeneous time and consists of quantitative relation. While examining the essence of these times, considered the structure of the recollection of the rain and snow is considered, which appeared in the life of Michitsuna's mother in 『KAGERONIKKI』. To read 『KAGERONIKKI』, you must be adapt to the Michitsuna's Mother's time employing method. The rain and snow used in the 『KAGERONIKKI』 65 times, are a madeleine of Marcel Proust, who restore the lost time of Michitsuna's mother. Instead of the taste and smell of madeleine soaked in tea, the rain and snow penetrated deep into the body through the visual and auditory senses. The recollection that Michitsuna's mother recovered from the rain and snow is surprisingly sensitive and untiring. In the time that is mechanically and scientifically passing through autumn, winter, and spring, snow and rain revive and combine memories of the past by regulating the amount of time and quality by weather sometimes mildly or sometimes intensely. In that the life of Michitsuna's mother's real life which was finally discovered and revealed. The only life that Michitsuna's mother experienced was the reminiscence of 『KAGERONIKKI』, which had been produced not in the right order of time.

일본드라마 『사랑따윈 필요없어, 여름』의 주제 고찰

히로세에이코 ( Hirose Eiko ) , 권해주 ( Gwon Hae-ju )
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  82권 0호, 2017 pp. 267-281 ( 총 15 pages)
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The objective of this research is to study the themes of Japanese drama “Love me not, this summer”. The research is divided into 3 parts: 1. discussions on the historical background of the drama and the author’s personal experiences, 2. study on the structure of the drama, highlighting its turning points and story line, 3. derivation and summary of the main subject of the drama. The study shows that Japanese people experienced economic slump called ‘The Lost Decade’ in 2002, when the drama was released while their life was wealthy with Japan’s world's second largest economy position. However, they felt uneasy and stressed inside under the moral chaos and disorder of society. They were looking for inner comfort, which leads to ‘comfort boom’ in 1999 that consequently grew up explosively in Japan. The author has been known as ‘hit maker’ since her debut. Her focus has been on the second-class person, addressing the matter of life and death. The main character of the drama, Reizi, grew up as an orphan and denied love, closing his mind and lived a life filled with lies. However, his mind gradually became open throughout his encounter and interactions with Ako, who was a daughter of a company chairman and visually handicapped. Through the confession of his love to her, he was released from the life filled with lies. At the moment, he was awakened with ontological love finally. It struck him with a conversion from dark to light, in other words, from false to truth, from hatred to love, from despair to hope, and from death to life. Therefore the themes of this drama is to forgive himself and to overcome his lies, ultimately to discover ontological love.
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