한국 속담에 나타난 차별적 언어 표현 연구
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- The purpose of this study is to categorize discriminatory language expressions in Korean proverbs into types, analyze them quantitatively and verify the state. The main source material on which this study is based can be found in the ⟪Korean Language Proverbs Dictionary⟫ written by Jung Jong Jin(2006). First, we categorize the language expressions in Korean proverbs into 8 discriminatory types: discrimination in gender, disability, region, occupation, religion, appearance, social hierarchy, and age. Then we examine some certain discriminatory language expressions which was frequently mentioned, their influence on the language consciousness of people and Koreans' traditional views of the world by analogy. Abstracts of the content discussed in this study shall be as follows.
In chapter 1, we describe purpose, object, method of the research and previous studies.
In chapter 2, we examine definitions and distinctions of the discriminatory language expressions and proverbs through dictionary and previous researches.
In chapter 3, based on ⟪Korean Language Proverbs Dictionary⟫, we classify discriminatory language expressions-related proverbs in terms of 8 types. After comparing them quantitatively, we examine the distinctions of each category.
In chapter 4, we describe Koreans' traditional views of the world which can be analogized through certain Korean proverbs expressed in the chapter 3.
In chapter 5, we summarize the contents of the discussion as stated above and present follow-up research.
Through this process of observation, we have discerned a critical mass of Korean proverbs that refer to discriminatory language expressions. These expressions of proverbs related to language life of the public have been quite influential on their perception. We have to be aware of discriminatory expression issue and required conscious effort to avoid using the expressions because the negative perception and prejudice can be fixed on minorities and second-class citizens. In addition, more research must be done about other discriminatory expressions including disability and gender. Steady interest about these expressions and efforts to improve the state will be needed.
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