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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 : 92권 0호 (2020)

中世の伊勢参宮の意味について ― 『とはずがたり』を中心として ―

金善花
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  92권 0호, 2020 pp. 159-169 ( 총 11 pages)
5,100
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In this paper, we looked at Nizo's role centered around Kamakura, Atsuda, and Ise, which are the biggest issues of Nizo's pilgrimage. In the Middle Ages, we looked at how the aspect of Ise worship was depicted and explored the meaning of the Ise worship. Nijo's Ise worship is regarded as receiving special treatment in that Nijo was a royal court lady in the past, and is thought to be associated with the imperial family in any form. Nijo's visit to the Ise Shrine was intended to pray for the prosperity of the king as a person who had a relationship with the imperial family at Ise Shrine, which is closely related to the Imperial Family. The important purpose of Nizo's Travel after becoming a Buddhist nun was to prove his innocence to Kohukakusaiying, to appeal to the meaning of his life as he lived for Kohukakusai. And it can be said that Nizo's role in the travel destination was to claim his innocence. Nizo's trip is a trip that was made in the past with the premise that she was a imperial court woman related to a king named Kohukakusa, and there is the uniqueness of Nizo's trip.
5,400
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Soseki's “Nowake” depicts Doya, who says that the Do(道) is precious. As the enlightenment of Buddhism, which he had learned from reading many Chinese scriptures since he was a boy, was imbedded in his mind, he met Masaoka Shiki, and they had a close relationship with each other on the path of Zen training for enlightenment, as well as literature. With this in mind, he spends his whole life visiting Zen temples and practicing Zen meditation as a way to live. Soseki recalls the memories he made with his best friend Masaoka Shiki during his life, and I think he writes them down in “Nowake” which he wrote at the turning point of leaving “Hotogis,” a literary magazine left by Masaoka Shiki. In other words, Soseki, who quit his lecture at university and moved to the Asahi Shimbun, wrote a book called “Nowake” remembering Masaoka Shiki, who was influenced both by literature and by his ideas about the Do(道). In “Nowake” Doya, who should be alive for the sake of the Do(道), preaches the Vimukti to escape from the custody. Soseki depicts through Doya his thoughts on the way to enlightenment. Therefore, I think that “Nowake” is a work that cannot be overlooked as one of the things that understand the thought and the life of Soseki's literature.

일본의 동물관련 속담에 관한 연구(1) ― 일본의 개(犬)를 중심으로 ―

한탁철
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  92권 0호, 2020 pp. 185-199 ( 총 15 pages)
5,500
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In this study, through the proverbs related to ‘dog’ among Japanese proverbs, we reviewed and considered the Japanese consciousness. It is thought that the Japanese “dog” image also contributed to the generation of dog-related proverbs in various cultural backgrounds such as intimacy, strong solidarity, and anthropomorphism. The basic recognition and sentiment of the Japanese ‘dog’ is summarized as follows: ① intimate with humans ② amiable and rich in emotions ③ strong in loyalty and ④ as an animal that builds a flock. “Dogs”, which can be said to have the best communication capabilities with humans among Japanese animals, have been raised as livestock since the Neolithic period. As the time passed down, the collective consciousness was recognized as one of the unique nationalities of the Japanese, and at the same time, the strong connection and intimacy between the “dog” and humans are eventually revealed as the dog's loyalty. This is thought to have evolved into a relationship that naturally shared the “WA” culture through a strong anthropomorphic psychology through an anthropomorphic process. Through the review and analysis of Japanese proverbs related to “dogs” in this study, the conclusion is that “proverbs show differences in nationality”. This is especially true in the sense that there are many proverbs that originate from the relationships between humans and humans and dogs.

미야자키 하야오(宮崎駿)의 『원령공주』 (もののけ姫)에 나타난 가족관

히로세에이코 , 권해주
한국일본어교육학회|일본어교육  92권 0호, 2020 pp. 201-222 ( 총 22 pages)
6,200
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The objective of research is to study the view of family in Miyazaki Hayao's “Princess Mononoke”. This movie has been released in 1997, when a lot of youth problems arose in the chaos of values. And the historical background is Japan in the 15th century, when agriculture developed and the Japanese view of nature changed. Asitaka who had kicked out of his clan, love San who had been abandoned by his parents and raised by ‘Inugami’. The two became one and regenerated the dead forest. Here, I draw the theme that every human being deserves to be loved regardless of birth or status. Ashitaka had no blood family and Yakkuru, a mountain goat, was his only family. In the family of him, the pseudo-family view based on animals appeared. In the family of San, the pseudo-family view based on ‘Kami’ appeared. He and she chose to live separately in the village and in the mountains. Here, the de-family view of the separate living of the couple has appeared. It was considered that the director suggested human existence and family freedom.
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