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          HARRY S. TRUMAN AND THE KOREAN WAR

          Robert,R.,Swartout 한국외국어대학교 영미연구소 1995 영미연구 Vol.1 No.-

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          History and Influence of Euroscepticism on British Politics

          Kim.,Yongmin 한국외국어대학교 영미연구소 2013 영미연구 Vol.29 No.-

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          Euroscepticism is a long-standing trend in British history that has exerted an influence on British political life. This study examines the reasons why David Cameron, Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party, has recently pursued an avowed form of Eurosceptic foreign policy. Existing research on the attitudes of the British towards Europe espouses various positions, but reaches a consensus that Euroscepticism is widespread in British politics. Political resistance to European integration in the UK laid important ideological foundations for contemporary English nationalism and nationalistic parties such as the UK Independence Party. The party's roots lie in the general popular and elite antipathy towards the European Union, and it has proved capable of attracting considerable electoral support in European Parliament and local elections. It has the potential to influence the policies of the major political parties, and could prove a potential danger to the future British-EU relationship.

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          초등영어교육에서 노출 주기와 제시 방법에 따른 어휘 기억 양상

          양숙영(Yang, Sookyoung), 홍선호(Hong, Sun-Ho) 한국외국어대학교 영미연구소 2013 영미연구 Vol.29 No.-

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          This study amis to investigate the spacing effects and presentation methods in relation to vocabulary learning in the public elementary school context. Third grade students who had just started learning the alphabet in the public educational system were selected for this study. They learned vocabulary by different spacing which is twice, three times, four times a week, and presentation methods - those which are the spoken language centered method and the written language integrated method. The participants of the study were 151 third grade students from a school located in Seoul. The participant students were tested twice right after and 4 weeks after the experiment class, and they were surveyed before and after the class. The results showed that spacing effects play an important role in students' English vocabulary learning, providing significant implications to teaching for elementary school students. Furthermore, the effect of the written language integrated method supports the idea that it is important to present vocabulary with written English for students.

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          영어 부정접두사에 대하여

          성태수(Sung, Taesoo) 한국외국어대학교 영미연구소 2013 영미연구 Vol.29 No.-

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          The purpose of this article is to clarify the similarities and distinctions between the English prefixes dis- and un- on semantical basis. Both disand un- can be affixed to adjectives, nouns and verbs, among which this article concerns verbs in general. Dis- is affixed to both intransitives and transitives, which derives negative meaning, reversative meaning and privative meaning on the basis of the semantic representation of the verbs combined with dis-. Whereas un- is affixed only to transitives. Then un+transitives owns either reversative or privative meaning except negative meaning. In this process, one problem occurs that the verbs combined with un- are derived as causatives even though they are not causatives before combined. This means that un- may affect the semantic representation of the verb to be combined with itself. This discord doesn't happen to any derivative of 'dis+verb'. We assume that there are two kinds of un-. One is what combines with adjectives. This other is what combines with transitives. 'Un+transitives' are always causatives. In order to derive a causative including causer and causee, un- should be affixed to transitives with two arguments that will be realized as causer and causee, respectively. As for the similarity between dis- and un-, we find that reversatives and privatives are semantically derived, dis- and un- being affixed to part of the verbs. This is because dis- and un- negate only [+state] semantic features in the semantic representations. Through this discussion, we find another significant fact that un- endows external arguments with causer role and internal arguments with causee role.

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          The Cycle of Ageing and Death in Beowulf

          Jui,Ching,Chen 한국외국어대학교 영미연구소 2013 영미연구 Vol.29 No.-

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          The Germanic code of the comitatus is the heroic values of the societal system, existent in Scandinavian countries in the fifth and sixth centuries and concerned with the loyal bond between a king and his warriors. This comitatus code is the core values in the first English epic, Beowulf, which was composed between the late seventh and tenth centuries. It is through the interpersonal relationship and conversations with the title hero, Beowulf, who bravely kills Grendel and Grendel's mother for the Danes, that the old Danish king, Hrothgar, perceives his ageing self and body, looks back his glorious past, teaches the young protagonist the importance of the symbolic values of the comitatus, and foresees not only his own unavoidable fate, death, but also the hero's prospective future of being the Geatish leader. Afterwards, Beowulf rules the Geats for five decades, becoming an old king, who is like Hrothgar aware of his ageing, having an ominous feeling of the subsequent encounter with the fiery dragon which devastates his compatriots' dwellings and even his own home. While interacting with his people, Beowulf recalls his victoriously brave deeds in his heyday and even recollects how loyal he is to Hygelac by following the comitatus code. While sensing approaching death, through conversations Beowulf also teaches Wiglaf, the only retainer aiding him in the fight against the dragon, the values of the comitatus spirit. Before death, he gives Wiglaf his golden collar, the symbol of his kingship, and predicts that this young thane will be the last kin of the Waegmundings. In terms of the repeated pattern of ageing and death happening to Hrothgar and Beowulf and of the education of the comitatus code, this paper uses the approach of symbolic interactionism that Mike Hepworth develops from George Herbert Mead's and other sociologists' in his Stories of Ageing. It aims to investigate how Hrothgar and Beowulf observe the symbols of the comitatus code, undergoing a dynamic ageing process of "interaction between the body, self and society" (Hepworth 1). Overall, it explores how biologically, culturally, and psychologically both the old kings sense their ageing and death in "simultaneously a collective human condition and an individualized subjective experience" (Hepworth 1).

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          영국인 정체성 형성 기제에 드러난 민족주의의 증상과 불안

          정정호(Chung, Chung Ho), 한우리(Han, Woo Ri) 한국외국어대학교 영미연구소 2013 영미연구 Vol.29 No.-

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          This article examines how the anxiety and symptom of the British imperial century are exposed in the early spy novels published in Britain during the early 1900's. In The Secret Agent (1907) and The Thirty-Nine Steps (1915), Joseph Conrad and John Buchan describe a defense of the British society to counter the invasion of 'the Other' and foreign enemies. To be specific, both spy novels doubt with paranoia on the contamination of 'Englishness' by depicting the enemies as monstrous figures. However, a defense enervates and turns out an impossible project since it is difficult to set up a boundary which distinguishes between the British self and the Other. Thus, the anxiety that haunts both texts is not a fear of the Other but a fear of the same; and these espionage activities between the First World countries actually connect rather than divide Britain and its rival Europe. The European male rivals cause a fear to a British male protagonist with camouflages in both spy novels. The class, gender, racial Other who can not be identified with the British male counterpart in both texts are erased and silenced in the other dark side of the texts, exposing the impossibility of British identity formation mechanism.

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          King Robert as the Illiterate Fool in Robert of Cisyle

          윤주옥 한국외국어대학교 영미연구소 2013 영미연구 Vol.29 No.-

          This paper is about Robert of Cisyle, a late fourteenth-century English romance wherein the eponymous proud Sicilian king who, after deriding the Latin Magnificat verse that God may put down the mighty and exalt the humble, finds himself deposed and forcibly transformed into the court fool by an angel usurper until he fully repents and sheds his excessive pride. The first of the main interests that I would like to explore in this paper is with the significance of the confrontational moment between Robert and the unnamed clerk in regard to translating the Latin deposuit potentes lines of the Lucan Magnificat into the vernacular tongue of the king. The deliberate textual deployment where Robert is depicted to have no literacy in Latin works to propose that he has no rationality, unlike the Latinate translator-clerk, and he is an irrational creature like dogs and apes by whom he will be assisted after his downfall. My second interest, in deep connection with this first one, lies in imagining the reactions of the Ricardian and post-Ricardian English audiences towards the rendering of Robert as illiterate and his drastic descent to the level of the court fool and of animals. Although the major story is set in Sicily and Rome with no definite indication of time, Robert, who features as a young, prideful, volatile, and illiterate king, becoming deposed, albeit temporarily, may have been felt very closely, though in different sentiments and veins, by the English audiences, who had experienced or could remember the social and dynastic turmoil that England had had to see, surely including the 1381 Rising and the deposition of Richard II in 1399. This cultural and affective tie that Robert potentially built with the medieval English readership could be one viable explanation of the high popularity that the romance is believed to have enjoyed.

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          공간에서 장소로

          이승호(Lee, Seung Ho), 오은영(Oh, Eunyoung) 한국외국어대학교 영미연구소 2013 영미연구 Vol.29 No.-

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          Although the recent diaspora discourses tend to read diasporic experience as a creative catalyst for a new hybrid culture rather than a forced separation between a human being and a native place, the displaced people are still tied up with the places where they lived. By focusing on their relationship between the immigrants and the places, this paper aims to explore the way in which Selvon's The Lonely Londoners remaps, reimagines, and reterritorializes London. Selvon seems to find the driving force to remap the city from his Caribbean working-class immigrants who belong to the Caribbean folk culture, not the Westernized middle-class culture. The novel sketches a variety of episodes that describe how the characters are struggling to settle down in the city, and also how some parts of London such as the Piccadilly Circus and the Harrow Road are Caribbeanized by the immigrants' way of behaving. This paper will reveal that through Caribbean immigrant's own cultural heritage from their home ranging from Carnival, Calypso, and "a Caribbean dialect" to even eating pigeons and spreading a credit business in a neighborhood, Selvon's Londoners can slowly but gradually transform an inhospitable and hostile space into a familiar and habitable place which they can claim as their second home.

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          History and Influence of Euroscepticism on British Politics

          김용민 한국외국어대학교 영미연구소 2013 영미연구 Vol.29 No.-

          Euroscepticism is a long‐standing trend in British history that has exerted an influence on British political life. This study examines the reasons why David Cameron, Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party, has recently pursued an avowed form of Eurosceptic foreign policy. Existing research on the attitudes of the British towards Europe espouses various positions, but reaches a consensus that Euroscepticism is widespread in British politics. Political resistance to European integration in the UK laid important ideological foundations for contemporary English nationalism and nationalistic parties such as the UK Independence Party. The party's roots lie in the general popular and elite antipathy towards the European Union, and it has proved capable of attracting considerable electoral support in European Parliament and local elections. It has the potential to influence the policies of the major political parties, and could prove a potential danger to the future British‐EU relationship.

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          A Study on Different Level­Students' Interest and Self­confidence in English Extensive Reading

          김도연,정혜진 한국외국어대학교 영미연구소 2013 영미연구 Vol.28 No.-

          The goal of this study is to explore which English proficiency level of students will gain more interest and self­confidence through English extensive reading by using a method of evaluation, which is a reading quiz. The participants in this study were 53 first year university students, and two intact groups were assigned depending on their English proficiency levels: a low­level group (30) and an upper­level group (23). The students first responded to a pre­questionnaire concerning their interest and self­confidence in English reading. During the extensive reading program, they read some modified books, graded readers and then took a reading comprehension quiz to determine their reading comprehension. The program duration was for fifteen weeks. After finishing the extensive reading program, both groups answered a post­questionnaire of which the format was similar to that with the pre­questionnaire. This study revealed that both groups of students thought the English extensive reading program with a quiz was helpful, but as for self­confidence, only the low­level group showed more self­confidence than the upper­level group. On the other hand, both group students did not show significant difference in their interest in extensive reading between before and after treatment. The most remarkable findings in this study is that the reason why low­level learners showed more self­confidence after the program is the very simplified texts. Thanks to graded readers, the low­level group students, actually consisted of many different leveled students could choose their books at appropriate levels. Another finding is that both group students hardly have an opportunity to read English texts besides their course studies, so teachers need to give them many chances to read a variety of texts.

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