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Lee, Sungbom (2012), "A Pragmatic Approach to Non-truthfulness of Advertising Language," Language & Information Society 18, The present study is an attempt to provide a pragmatic analysis on the non-truthfulness of one of the most strategic uses of language today, namely advertising language. Despite the wide-spread use of terms like ``false or exaggerating advertisements`` in our daily life, the correct definition of non-truthfulness of advertising language from a pragmatic point of view has not been given. The paper aims to deal with more clear and specific concepts and to suggest linguistic criteria for those hypes and fraudulent advertising messages. To this end, non-truthful advertising language is classified into three different, well-defined categories and the characteristics of each category as well as the possible implicatures of covert advertising messages are discussed in terms of neo-Gricean pragmatics.
In this study, language exchange assignments was performed that Chinese students who study Korean in Korea and Korean students who study Chinese were matched and studied Chinese and Korean together. After performing a task having a conversation in Korean - Chinese with the background knowledge learned in class at least once a week, the potentials and challenges of language exchange assignments were investi-gated by analyzing through surveys and in-depth discussion about the assessment of students.
In this study, a learning model of “Chinese writing assignment through language exchange” is proposed as a new learning model of Chinese writing education. This learning model will overcome the limitations of existing language exchange learning without the opportunity to write, and solve the problems pointed out in the writing lesson such as the physical limitations of the attendants and the instructors. This learning model is statistically evaluated whether it fosters learner's writing skill, whether it helps to develop learn-ing strategies such as upper-cognitive strategies and social strategies, and whether it affects learner's preference, burden, and self confidence in writing learning.
The basic word order of Pre-Qin Chinese is SVO like Modern Chinese, but it is SOV when the objects are interrogatives or pronouns in negative sentences. These phenomena indicate the transitional stage from SOV to SVO. When the objects are interrogatives, SOV is obligative, and the objects are focus like typical SOV languages. But when the objects are pronouns in negative sentences, the word order is SOV or SVO. If it is SOV, the focus is not on the object preceding the verb but on the verb. If it is SVO, the focus is on VO. It means that the change of the information structure occurs before the syntactic structure changes from SOV to SVO.
This paper is to introduce operating status and suggestions on writing center of Keimyung University with a main focused on the 2nd semester of 2013 and first semester of 2014. Keimyung University has offered academic writing center since 2013. The writing center of Keimyung University is operating various programs such as writing clinics, writing seminars, writing contests. During this time, 1,442 of students have been involved in programs in two semesters since 2nd semester of 2013. 1,141 of students were strained from writing clinic and 93 of students participated in the writing seminars. 209 of students also participated in the writing contests. The followings are the current status of and suggestions for writing center. First, The major role of writing center includes the planning of programs and running of such programs and its evaluation. Second, Writing center programs are highly involved in a writing curriculum(general education and college). To do this, I want to suggest a method about increasing efficiency of writing programs and help to operate writing center in university.
This paper aims to emphasize onomasiological approach for word formation. In particular, we try to establish three levels for word formation, ‘1. target object → 2. concepts → 3. linguistic expressions’, and examine each stages, conceptualization of target object and verbalization of concepts. These three stages can be applied to nonce words from ‘malteo’ and survey research on contemporary and neologisms from late 19th & early 20th century literature as well as entry words of dictionary. Besides, we can have generalization of conceptualization and verbalization for word formation even though motivations of naming occur for different target objects in different time periods.
Park, Jin (2012), "Stuttering Onset and Language Development: A Neurological Model," Language & Information Society 18. Most stutterers begin to stutter during the preschool years. Evidently, children at this age are in the middle of acquiring some advanced language skills towards adult-like communication. Thus, it can be assumed that there is a close relationship between the onset of stuttering and some processes of the child`s language development, The present paper aims to provide a neurologically-based explanation about the relationship between the emergence of stuttering behaviors and some patterns of language development of children, The main points can be summarized as follows: Stuttering can be considered as a disorder in sensori-motor integration due to a decreased white-matter integrity of the arcuate fasciculus. The emergence of stuttering behaviors related to some processes of language development of children can also be explained in terms of aberrant maturation of the arcuate fasciculus in children who stutter.
In this digital society, we seek the covenience even in using language, surrounded by digital environment. A lot of communication take place in online space, through digital computer. Therefore, we can research language based on the digital text resource and use more computational methods called machine learning which became prominent by the most recent AlphaGo and artificial intelligence issues. We present why this machine learning method is useful and necessary and how different theoretical linguistic explanation and computational linguistic feature representation are in terms of accessibilty to machine. We also show the method of representing linguistic features for the machine learning techniques i.e. neural network and bayesian network which started from human mind.
Language & Information Society 25. Traditionally, Subject and Predicate are two main constituents of the sentence. It has been understood that Predicate says something about Subject. With regard to the concept of Subject, various definitions have existed for a very long time. In Traditional Grammar, Subject is the most prominent overt argument of Predicate. In this way, Subject and Predicate are called ‘onoma’ and ‘rhema’ respectively. In any languages that have case systems, Subject is marked by a specific Case, frequently the Nominative. This paper investigates the concept of Subject, and categorizes the concept by three dimensions as follows: 1. the definition of Subject, 2. the identification of Subject, 3. the verification of Subject. Add to this, this paper deals with the Spec-Head Agreement, L-Language/M-Language, recovering the omitted Subject Case.