Earticle

Home

Issues

언어과학 [Journal of Language Sciences]

간행물 정보
  • 자료유형
    학술지
  • 발행기관
    한국언어과학회 [The Korean Association of Language Sciences]
  • ISSN
    1225-2522
  • 간기
    계간
  • 수록기간
    1994~2019
  • 등재여부
    KCI 등재
  • 주제분류
    인문학 > 언어학
  • 십진분류
    KDC 710 DDC 401
제22권 4호 (13건)
No
1

시각 단어 재인시 나타나는 음절 빈도효과의 원인 규명 : 사건관련 뇌전위 연구

권유안, 이윤형

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제22권 4호 2015.11 pp.1-17

※ 기관로그인 시 무료 이용이 가능합니다.

The purpose of the current study is to investigate whether the syllable type frequency or the syllable token frequency is responsible for the syllable frequency effect during visual word recognition. In the present ERP study, type and token frequencies of the experimental materials were orthogonally controlled and 20 participates were performed a lexical decision task. The results showed that the P200 and N400, which have been known as ERP components to mirror syllable processing, were affected by the modulation of the syllable token frequency rather than by the modulation of the syllable type frequency. The results of the current study suggested that the syllable type frequency is the major source of the syllable frequency effect during visual word recognition.

5,100원

2

초등영어 창의ㆍ인성 통합 수업모형 개발 및 적용

김정렬, 주소영

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제22권 4호 2015.11 pp.19-38

※ 기관로그인 시 무료 이용이 가능합니다.

The purpose of this study is to develop integrated English teaching and learning model for learners’ creativity/personality in elementary school. After analyzing the English and the Ethics curriculum and textbooks, the paper extracts appropriate creativity/personality elements for the learners and found the common rationale for developing an integrated Ethics and English model. Based on the integrated scope and sequence a teaching and learning model was explored and the ensuing procedures were mapped out for the classes which were carried out for 11 weeks to check the applicability. Its effects on learners’ English skills and creativity/personality were examined by a paired pre/post t-test. Also qualitative data were collected by observing and recording the classes including learners’ output, teaching journals, and learning journals. Throughout the application of the new model, it showed a good impact on the improvement of speaking ability especially in fluency and participation. And also it showed a statistical significance on creativity/personality with reference to task commitment, curiosity and openness. The developed model underwent procedural modifications to increase its applicability by integrating the feedback received during the application

5,500원

3

자음 음성상징을 이용한 영어 조어 브랜드명의 소비자 인지 연구

유진훈

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제22권 4호 2015.11 pp.39-65

※ 기관로그인 시 무료 이용이 가능합니다.

This paper argues that consonantal sound symbolism in brand names affect customers’ perception toward merchandise. To support this argument, we conducted three surveys that potential customers chose the words which better matched the theme of the offered merchandise. The survey choices were the words that embed the comparing consonants among /b, f, k, l, s, and t/. The results showed that most consonants, especially fricatives, demonstrated stronger symbolicity when they are positioned in the beginning of the brand name. By contrast, the stop consonant /k/ had stronger symbolicity at the end of the brand name. The results indicate that brand names using sound symbolism earn customers’ unconscious, positive attention as an effective marketing tool, as claimed by Yorkston(2004)

6,600원

4

설단공명음 연쇄의 설측음화와 비음화 영어전이양상 : 성별 및 연령 변인를 중심으로

이연경, 신승훈

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제22권 4호 2015.11 pp.67-86

※ 기관로그인 시 무료 이용이 가능합니다.

It is well-known that L1 phonology transfers to L2 production. Lateralization and nasalization, two of the most distinctive phonological processes in Korean, are commonly transferred to production of English coronal sonorant sequences. This study examines how age and gender variables affect the transfer of the two Korean phonological processes to English. Results indicate that unlike native speakers of English, Korean participants either nasalized or lateralized those English sequences as expected. Specifically, when /nl/ sequences appeared in Korean compound words, participants in their teenage years showed a stronger tendency toward lateralization than toward nasalization, while those in their forties showed the opposite tendency. Such different patterns of lateralization and nasalization between ages were also transferred to English in a similar manner. In addition, in comparison between the gender groups, nasalization was prominent in male subjects, whereas lateralization was salient in female subjects. Importantly, such a tendency is also transferred to English production in a consistent way

5,500원

5

영어의 선어말경음절 강세

이용성

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제22권 4호 2015.11 pp.87-106

※ 기관로그인 시 무료 이용이 가능합니다.

The presence and absence of stress on penultimate light syllables is one of the most recalcitrant problems to deal with in English stress assignment. Previous proposals have suggested lexicon division and different rankings in the subdivision(Pater, 1994; Kager, 1989; among others) or double consonant moraicity and low vowel mora generation along with no neutralization convention(cf. Rice, 1996). Still, light penult stress remains partly unexplained. This paper reviews these previous proposals, pointing out problems in the analyses and views the penult stress from a different angle with two main constraints, Align-PrWd and NonHead(ə). The ranking, NonHead(ə) » Align-PrWd, accounts for the position of a light penult syllable in a foot, explaining its variability in stress

5,500원

6

영어의 집합명사의 구분에 관한 연구

최화영

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제22권 4호 2015.11 pp.107-123

※ 기관로그인 시 무료 이용이 가능합니다.

The purpose of this study is to investigate the possible ways of dividing collective nouns into three groups: aggregate noun, collective noun and superordinate. The preceding studies had difficulty suggesting clear criteria on dividing collective nouns. For example, there were no clear standards on classifying furniture as a mass noun and tool as a countable noun even though collective nouns such as furniture, tool are distinguished a set of countable entities. Also, it was difficult to reveal characteristics that collective noun like committee is different from collective nouns like furniture, tool. Therefore, in this study, five arguments(countability vs. non-countability, contiguity vs. similarity, inheritance vs. non-inheritance, kind of vs. part of, individuation vs. non-individuation) were presented to suggest a new clear-cut terminology that distinguishes collective nouns, aggregate nouns and superordinates. And it was concluded that collective nouns and superordinates tend to show the opposite pattern and aggregate nouns share the both characteristics of collective nouns and superordinates, but aggregate noun has more superordiante characteristics

5,100원

7

고등학교 영어 학습자들의 영어 학습동기 : 확인적 요인 분석을 통한 영어 학습동기 측정 도구 개발

홍광희

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제22권 4호 2015.11 pp.125-139

※ 기관로그인 시 무료 이용이 가능합니다.

The purpose of the present study is to discuss the development of a measuring instrument for Korean high school students’ motivation in learning English within the framework of motivation as a contextually and temporally dynamic construct. Based on the results of a previous study, exploring Korean high school students’ English-learning motivation through exploratory factor analysis, this study examines the reliability of a survey instrument used in the previous study and the fit of five factor solutions(i.e., a measurement model consisting of five factors) and tests the significance of factor loadings through confirmatory factor analysis. The data were collected from a total of 815 Korean high school students through two different data collection waves (1st wave=367 students, 2nd wave=448 students). The results show that (1) the reliability of the instrument is above 0.70, a criterion recommended and often used for defining acceptable reliability in the literature, in all two samples; (2) the 5 factor model acceptably fits well in all samples; and (3) all factor loadings are statistically significant

4,800원

8

Globalization and Language Ownership with Reference to English in Korea

Yeonsuk Bae, Jee-Won Hahn

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제22권 4호 2015.11 pp.141-158

※ 기관로그인 시 무료 이용이 가능합니다.

Duality characterized by globalization and nationalism emerges from the literature on English education in Korea. One is the recognition of the role of English as a global language. Teaching English is reinforced through education policies and the national curricula. According to recent developments in Asian countries, policies and curricula were renovated in order to promote language ability in official institutions. On the other hand, attitude and ideology studies indicated the main view on English in relation with nationalism. Distinction between native and non-native varieties of English is clearly cut among Koreans. In addition, Koreans showed strong preference for native model. Cultural values on formality encourage English fever in Korea, too. In sum, need to develop linguistic competence has been noted by policy makers and already put into practices. Here, English is taken as the language associated with inner circle nations. The interest of the study is to examines how such duality affects education and curricula. For arguments, the study focuses on teaching culture in English education and investigates the connection between awareness and culture learning. Review of the previous studies on analysis of textbooks raised the question whose culture should be taught presenting imposition on learners as well as teachers. English associated with nations turns out to be obstacles for teachers and learners for overloaded tasks and inappropriate positions

5,200원

9

A Corpus-based Approach of Indefinite Relative Pronoun Whatever : from Old English to Early Modern English

Juyeon Cho

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제22권 4호 2015.11 pp.159-174

※ 기관로그인 시 무료 이용이 가능합니다.

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the indefinite relative pronoun whatever using the Helsinki Corpus of English Texts. The variants of whatever can be distinguished into three general groups: swa…swa, …se and …(so)ever. The usages of the form swa…swa were mostly observed in the Old English period and gradually declined during the Middle English period when they were replaced by the form …se. The form …se was not used for a long time and the form …ever appeared from the late Middle English period. The variants of whatever were mostly treated as a pronoun, adjective and adverb. Among them, this paper focuses on the pronoun and adjective with indefinite relative sense. Leading the indefinite relative clause, the word whatever as a direct object appeared most frequently in the Old English and Middle English period and as a subject in the Early Modern English period.

4,900원

10

L2 Vocabulary Learning and Teaching in an EFL Context from Teachers’ Perspective

Youngkyong Jong

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제22권 4호 2015.11 pp.175-198

※ 기관로그인 시 무료 이용이 가능합니다.

This study set out to explore teachers’ concepts and views of L2 vocabulary learning and teaching in a Korean context. 13 graduate students who had taken a graduate course of L2 vocabulary study participated in the study. Three sets of data were collected including a student survey, individual interviews, and field notes on class discussions. Findings of the study are as follows. First, most teachers changed their view of how L2 vocabulary is learned by recognizing that L2 vocabulary learning in EFL settings is more likely to occur through direct instruction rather than just indirect and strategy learning. Second, despite some mixed reactions, the teachers noted the need and importance of L2 vocabulary instruction. Third, the teachers were able to have a clear idea of how much and what to teach in their English vocabulary instruction. Finally, ‘analyzing the prefix or suffix of a word’ was found to be the most popular strategy to teach among the teachers. They were also able to increase their repertoire of English teaching activities and tasks to teach vocabulary and build up confidence as a result of taking the course

6,100원

11

Critical Pedagogy in TESOL : A Multi-perspective Approach in Language Classrooms

Ha Young Lee

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제22권 4호 2015.11 pp.199-218

※ 기관로그인 시 무료 이용이 가능합니다.

The purpose of this paper is to explore what critical pedagogy is, and how this pedagogy is introduced in both western and Asian classroom which is EFL context. Learning the English language means accepting its culture and ideology. In second language learning, critical pedagogy aims for learners to participate in society and to have their ownership of the language. It also focuses on giving students a chance to see different perspectives and ideas discussing social issues. Further, making their own work will be a new way of knowledge making. Moreover, awareness of problem is connected to create alternatives and further bridges transformation of routines

5,500원

12

A Study on the Use of English Articles by Korean Learners

Han-sook Lee, Seok-hoon You

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제22권 4호 2015.11 pp.219-239

※ 기관로그인 시 무료 이용이 가능합니다.

On the basis of an existing classification of English articles (a, the, zero), this study examines the use of English articles by Korean learners and analyzes the production task conducted by three subject groups, suggesting a model of article acquisition in the UG perspective. The result of the experiment reveals that the beginner group overuse zero article, a negative influence of L1 and use 'the' with high accuracy, an evidence of L1 transfer. The intermediate group fluctuates between definite and indefinite article in accuracy and the advanced group uses their articles similar to that of natives in frequency and also 'the' most accurately. These patterns of English articles used by the three groups lead to a conclusion that Korean learners whose L1 lacks articles follow the pattern of ‘Partial Transfer/Full Access’ with a steady state of inter-language grammar(ILG) as the ultimate attainment. Thus they are partially influenced by L1 transfer when they acquire English articles.

5,700원

13

The Perfect Meaning of Korean Revisited

YoungEun Yoon

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제22권 4호 2015.11 pp.241-266

※ 기관로그인 시 무료 이용이 가능합니다.

It is well accepted that the meaning of English simple past is represented by the suffix ess in Korean. This suffix is also proposed to represent the meaning of English present perfect. By some others, however, the perfect meaning is argued to come from sources other than ess. In this context, the main purpose of this paper is to reinvestigate the meaning of ess and to reconsider the sources of the perfect meaning of Korean. It will be reconfirmed that the perfect meaning is not derived from the ambiguity of ess, but from some other elements in the sentence. It will be proposed that unlike other languages such as English and French, Korean has a simple past tense only, and no perfect aspect. In Korean, the past tense marker ess acquires the ‘current relevance’ from the context as an implicature or from an adverbial as part of explicit meaning. Furthermore, the marked form essess is used in order to eliminate the current relevance of the situation

6,400원

 
페이지 저장