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  • 자료유형
    학술지
  • 발행기관
    21세기영어영문학회 [The 21st Century Association of English Language and Literature]
  • ISSN
    1738-4052
  • 간기
    계간
  • 수록기간
    1967~2019
  • 등재여부
    KCI 등재
  • 주제분류
    인문학 > 영어와문학
  • 십진분류
    KDC 840 DDC 820
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이용수:158회 헤밍웨이와 피츠제럴드 작품 속 주인공 연구

이길구

21세기영어영문학회 영어영문학21 제26권 1호 2013.03 pp.95-114

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This paper aims to identify the characters in Hemingway's and Fitzgerald's works. Their novels have often been treated as the love affairs and the fall or decline of the American Dream in the 1920s∼1940s. Though they have led to some stimulating plots, it seems to be a little bad. They reduced their novels to a variety of simplified version. Therefore, this thesis shows that they also offer a strong moral sense against material society of 1920s∼1940s. Nick tried to take moral sense opposed to the dominant values of materialism. Although the terminal of these novels is ambiguous, I read Nick's leaving the reality for the Rich and the True as a moral gesture in The Great Gatsby and In Our Time. His return to the Truth shows us that Fitzgerald criticized the corrupted materialism embodied in The Great Gatsby. In Conclusion, I claim that though Nick Adams and Nick Carraway does not propose an alternative to materialistic society, they showed a struggling will against real world.

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이용수:142회 인터넷 활용 학습이 대학생들의 영어 어휘 습득에 미치는 영향 — 어휘 연습 프로그램을 중심으로

김혜정

21세기영어영문학회 영어영문학21 제29권 3호 2016.09 pp.297-313

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As more and more instructors acknowledge the pedagogical value of online learning activities, that concept has evolved into richer forms of learning that encompass various different environments and learning styles. In keeping with current educational trends, this study uses a vocabulary practice program, Quizlet, to examine the effect of online learning on the acquisition of vocabulary in a reading classroom. To consider the efficacy of using this program on the acquisition of vocabulary, experimental and control groups are set: the former making use of Quizlet and the latter following a traditional reading classroom procedure. Assessment is performed using two achievement tests and an open-ended questionnaire. Results show that online learning has a more positive effect on the acquisition of vocabulary than the conventional classroom approach based on student presentations and instructor lectures. The results of the open-ended questionnaire show that factors such as interest, motivation, and autonomy are effective in increasing students’ responsibility for their own learning.

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이용수:139회 『교외의 부처』에서의 근대교외와 백인여성 이상화 — 영국의 포스트식민 상황

박은숙

21세기영어영문학회 영어영문학21 제29권 2호 2016.06 pp.49-71

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This article seeks to analyze the postcolonial conditions of England in Hanif Kureishi’s The Buddha of Suburbia in two aspects: first, the philistinism both in suburban and national contexts, and second, the black men’s interracial desire in Europe. The second part of this paper will investigate the definitions of “suburbia,” aiming to understand its typical image as a “bourgeois utopia.” Suburbia, that is, the modern suburb was newly formed as a consequence of the explosive growth of the city. The middle class was the predominant population of this new residential area, and thus, suburbia became synonymous with the bourgeois utopia. The bourgeois, who was called a “philistine” by Arnold, is an anathema to the protagonist. His tendency to persistently yet tacitly resist their culture deepens their postcolonial predicament. The Victorian middle class indulged in their unprecedented omnipotence during the Industrial Revolution and imperial culmination, while the modern middle class was left with the debris of that glory with the end of Empire. The postcolonial melancholia summarizes those symptoms of the latter period. To make things worse, a small immigrant‘s son belittles them as philistines. The third part of this paper will focus on the coloured men’s fascination with the European women. An episode about a man of colour in Frantz Fanon’s Black Skin, White Masks will offer a paragon for this case. The white woman represents the white civilization for the non-white man. Therefore, his craving for the white women implies his ambition to be assimilated to the white world. On the other hand, these miscegenous attempts by him symbolize the implicit subversion of racial hierarchy. As a result, it’s not the strangers that are threatened by the metropolitans, but the metropolitans themselves who are threatened by the strangers. The Buddha of Suburbia observes these postcolonial transitions through a small resistant suburban teenager’s keen eyes.

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이용수:127회 안젤라 카터의 「피로 물든 방」과 『사드적 여성』에 재현된 여성 섹슈얼리티의 탈신화화

이현주

21세기영어영문학회 영어영문학21 제29권 3호 2016.09 pp.199-220

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Angela Carter deconstructs the boundaries between high and low culture, makes anything authorized, righteous and divine, agitated and unstable through citation, allusion, and de/remythologization of past literary texts. Therefore, Carter regards the literary texts as a kind of literary criticism and bricolage. Carter uses various canons, folk tales, myths, and pop cultures to expose how feminine mythologies such as motherhood, female sexuality and morality works in phallocentric cultures. Carter’s “The Bloody Chamber,” one of her revised fairy tales might be read as a rebuttal against Marquis de Sade. This literary text reconstructs fairy tales, transforming the original tale’s passive and helpless female character into an active and autonomous sexual subject. Carter takes Charles Perrault’s “Bluebeard,” which appeared in the late seventeenth century, and renames and rewrites as “The Bloody Chamber.” Also, Carter tries to trace Sade’s perspective—about the culturally determined nature of women and the relations between men and women in an authoritative and patriarchal society—in her non-fiction book The Sadeian Woman. What Carter admires in Sade’s text is his unlimited disclosure of sexual power dynamics and all the mythic versions of women. Carter points out Justine as the “holy virgin” and Juliette as the “profane whore” in The Sadeian Woman. Defying objectification, Carter calls the latter a “blasphemous guerilla of demystification,” who becomes a new autonomous sexual subject. Therefore, this paper aims to demythologize feminine sexuality through rereading feminine mythologies, fairy tales, and pornography in Angela Carter’s “The Bloody Chamber” and The Sadeian Woman.

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이용수:111회 「교회 방문」에 나타난 필립 라킨의 영국다움

안명덕

21세기영어영문학회 영어영문학21 제29권 2호 2016.06 pp.113-132

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Philip Larkin says “I write poems to preserve things I have seen/thought/felt both for myself and for others [. . .].” He wants to provide British people who are losing their sense of self with an opportunity to experience Britishness through his poetry. To Larkin, Britishness is not related to laws and institutions, but to the life, identity, history and culture of the British. Thus, for Larkin, an experience is a journey to find out the meaning of Britishness. His poetry, expressed through everyday language, makes readers naturally experience and sympathize with Britishness. “Church Going”, one of his poems, shows one speaker’s journey in search of answers from a church that still gets people to visit, even though it has lost its religious meaning. The speaker leads readers into the poem, visits a church with them and thinks of the meaning and value of the church. Although the church has lost its meaning as a space of religion, the place still has value as a root for Britishness by preserving British people’s lives and history. On this account, British people will go to church as a place to confirm their identities, and consequently, churches will also maintain their value to exist.

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이용수:103회 대학 영어수업에서 거꾸로 학습(Flipped Learning) 적용 사례 — 실패내성과 선호도 중심으로

이승은

21세기영어영문학회 영어영문학21 제28권 3호 2015.09 pp.289-316

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The purpose of this study is to examine the students' preference and failure tolerance applying the flipped learning to English class. To achieve this goal, the flipped class was designed considering educational prerequisites and analyses drawn from literature reviews and case studies. 10 students majoring in English participated in the research for 8 weeks. For the first 4 weeks, teacher-oriented class was performed. For the other 4 weeks, flipped learning was implemented. Before the research, academic failure tolerance scale was measured. After the 8th class, academic failure tolerance scale was investigated again. Furthermore, qualitative data were explored in order to have a better understanding of the students' preference and awareness of the flipped learning. The results of this study are that first, the mean score of failure tolerance showed a significant difference between before and after the flipped learning. Among the 3 subcategories, behavior scale and emotion scale have a significant difference. Secondly, 7 of the 10 students chose the flipped learning for the next semester, the other 3 students want to have a class mixed a teacher-oriented class with collaborative learning and want to have a teacher-oriented class instead of on-line lecture. The students stated that the good points of the flipped learning are voluntary involvement and interaction and bad points are burden on pre-study and free-riding of students who are not prepared for the class. For the further study, the flipped learning should be applied to other classes which students have low failure tolerance. Considering that failure tolerance scale has an effect on expecting better academic achievement, flipped learning can lead an improvement of academic achievement on subjects students have low failure tolerance. The results of this study implicate that applying flipped learning to a subject which students have low failure tolerance can raise failure tolerance changing negative experience to positive.

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이용수:96회 영문법 발표활동에 대한 학습자 태도 및 학습 성취도 연구

주미란

21세기영어영문학회 영어영문학21 제29권 2호 2016.06 pp.309-333

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The purpose of this study was to investigate college students’ affective attitudes towards a group presentation activity on English grammar, and their English achievements after the activities. A TOEIC test before and after the activity, and a questionnaire about the group presentation activities on grammar in class were administered to 172 college students. The level of confidence in grammar was improved especially among 550-645 score students, and 450-545 and 550-645 score students rated the activity as most effective. Students answered that they could understand their peers' presentation ‘normally,’ ‘well,’ or ‘very well,’ and listening to their presentation was also helpful to learn grammar. Students answered they wanted teacher's additional explanations on grammar after the presentations. The level of satisfaction with this activity was highest among 550-645 and 650-745 score students. Lastly, the results showed a statistically significant increase in English ability among 550-645, 450-545, 350-445, and below 350 score students. According to these results, pedagogical and research implications are suggested.

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이용수:86회 『미국인』의 주인공 뉴먼의 의식변화

곽승엽

21세기영어영문학회 영어영문학21 제29권 3호 2016.09 pp.25-45

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The international motif is Henry James’s main interest. He usually tries to deal with the problems of Americans living in Europe. The purpose of this study is to discuss why the leading character Newman takes all things too easy. To this end, the relationships between Newman and the Europeanized Americans and the Bellegardes must be examined. Through studying those relationships in Europe, we can infer that Newman’s optimistic resignation originates from his free will and commercialism and success in business. Even if Newman lacks the serious attitude of living and intensive assessment of any situation when he lives in Europe at first, he gradually tries to make an effort to change his existing consciousness to understand the European culture and customs to live in the society peacefully and harmoniously. Newman can finally cure the scars on his mind and body by himself through his generosity and changed and matured consciousness. Thus, it is suggested that making a compromise and concession instead of retaliation is an important point for living in the multi-cultural and international society without conflict.

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이용수:83회 레이먼드 카버의 단편소설에 나타난 닫힌 의식세계와 열린 의식세계의 대비

손동철

21세기영어영문학회 영어영문학21 제28권 2호 2015.06 pp.195-214

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This paper aims at examining Carver's short stories in terms of two contrasting attitudes to life, represented by closed consciousness and open consciousness. Characters with closed consciousness in Carver's earlier stories reveal a gloomy outlook on life; characters with open consciousness in his later stories show a positive attitude to life. The study also discusses the short story of “Feathers,” focusing on contrasting character traits of two married couples. Closed consciousness is bespoken by Carver's main characters who feel lost and frustrated, as in the short stories “Pastoral,” “Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?” and “What We Talk about When We Talk about Love.” However, an example of open consciousness is best shown in the contrast between “Bath” and its revised lengthy version, “A Small Good Thing”; the shorter version vocalizes the mental state of a panic-stricken mother contemplating her son's impending death, whereas the revised one stresses the positive attitude of a mother who gets ready to start life without her son, overcoming her grief. An analysis of “Feathers” focuses on the contrasting lifestyles and thinking of two couples: Jack and Fan, and Bud and Olla. Jack and Fran with their closed consciousness are most interested in enjoying their present comfort, neither wanting any nuisance in their marriage nor attempting to achieve anything. Nevertheless, this couple decides to have a baby when they get seduced by the happy life of Bud and Olla despite their indescribably ugly son and his intimidating playmate peacock. Ultimately Fran and Jack, who have never been aware of parental roles and responsibility, get perplexed and lose their way in child-raising. By contrast, Olla and Bud with their open consciousness are characterized by their future-oriented goal setting. The life stories of Olla's childhood as well as her first and second marriages are recapitulated by her peacock (an emblem of her pursuit of happiness) and by her old plaster-of-Paris cast of crooked and jagged teeth (a reminder of what she was then and what she is thankful for now). Unlike Fran and Jack, Olla and Bud take lessons from the past and project their present conditions into the future. In “Feathers” Carver uses the unhappy couple with no perspective on life as a foil for the happy couple who plans their life and sets goals for a better life.

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이용수:82회 돈 드릴로의 『화이트 노이즈』에 제시된 포스트모던 경험의 속성

나희경

21세기영어영문학회 영어영문학21 제27권 4호 2014.12 pp.51-78

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In White Noise, Don DeLillo carefully investigates the causal interrelationship between technology and the obsessive fear of death in postmodern society. The two social and psychological elements of postmodernity are closely interconnected with each other in their function. Technology becomes the process and result of intellectual human activities through which he performs cultural transformation of nature for his successful adaptation to it. The fear of death, a fundamental psychological condition of human beings, gets distorted and amplified by the influence of modern technology. This paper examines the socio-psychological features of postmodern experience suggested in White Noise by focusing on the difference of the natural and cultural qualities of experience of its main characters. In the life of Jack Gladney’s family, the main characters of the novel, symbolic or cultural experience overpowers physical or natural experience. Their life is in the condition of the surfeit of the one and the lack of the other. Some of the characters such as Jack and Orest show an extraordinary concern toward the value of purely physical function of their bodies. Yet most of them are unaware of the fact that their life is excessively dependent upon the power of technology and the function of symbolic experience. DeLillo maintains a satirical viewpoint to the overwhelming influence of modern technology on the life of those characters, which in turn causes the excess of symbolic experience and the uncontrollable fear of death for them. However, DeLillo does not suggest that we can disregard the value of symbolic experience which is rooted in the ontological condition of human species.

 
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