일본문학 전공 석사학위논문(2003~2012년)의 주제 분석


Analysis on the Themes of Theses for Master’s Degree (2003-2012) Majoring in Japanese Literature


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This study analyzed the themes of the theses for mater’s degree majoring in Japanese literature at 39 graduate schools in Korea. Main findings are as follows: (1) The total number of theses for mater’s degree awarded to students majoring in Japanese literature at 46 graduate schools in Korea is 1046 theses which can be divided into 577 theses (55.2%) on Japanese linguistics, 344 theses (32.9%) on Japanese literature, and 125 theses (12.0%) on Japanology. (2) Comparison of the number of mater’s degree theses (2003-2012) majoring in Japanese literature between general graduate school and graduate school of education showed that the former (32.9%) is larger than latter (23.0%). In addition, in terms of classical literature the number of theses is similar but in terms of modern and comtemporary literature, the latter is much larger. (3) The Proportion of period analysis for theses of master’s degree in Japanese literature (344 theses) was in the order of 74.1% (255) for modern and comtemporary literature, 11.6% (40) for Edo literature, 4.9% (17) for Nara literature, 4.9% (17) for Heian literature, and 3.2% (11) for Medieval literature. (4) History book for Nara literature, Monogatari for Heian literature, Gunki monogatari for Medieval literature, novel for Edo literature and modern and comtemporary literature made up the highest proportion. (5) Authors for modern and comtemporary literature novels (206) were composed in the order of 15.0% (31) by Natume Souseki, 7.3% (15) by Akutagawa Ryunosuke and Murakami Haruki respectively, 6.8% (14) by Endou Syusaku and Tanizaki Zyunitiro respecively, 4.4% (9) by Mishima Yukio, 3.9% (8) by Tazai Osamu and Higuchi Ichiyo respectively, 3.4% (7) by Abe Kobo, Oe Kenzaburo, and Mori Ogai respectively, 2.4% (5) by Arisima Takeo and Kawabata Yasunari respectively, and 1.9% (4) by Siga Naoya. (6) The number of literary works by each novelist were in the order of Kokoro and Gate [5] by Natume Souseki, Hear the Wind Sing [6] by Murakami Haruki, Rashomon [3] by Akutagawa Ryunosuke, Shunkinsho, Irezumi, and Naomi [3] by Tanizaki Zyunitiro, Silence [7] by Endou Syusaku, Takekurabe [6] by Higuchi Ichiyo, No Longer Human [3] by Tazai Osamu, Conciliation [4] by Siga Naoya, The Woman in the Dunes and The Face of Another [3] by Abe Kobo, A Certain Woman [5] by Arisima Takeo, Snow Country and Capital [2] by Kawabata Yasunari, Nip the Buds and Shoot the Kids [2] by Oe Kenzaburo, Confessions of a Mask [3] by Mishima Yukio, Goose and The Dancing Girl [2] by Mori Ogai. (7) Period composition of classical literature were made up of Manyoshu [7] and Kojiki [5] for Nara literature, Gengi Monogatari [9], Ise Monogatari, and Konjaku Monogatarishu [2] for Heian literature, Heike Monogatari and Towazugatari [2] for Medieval literature, Ugetsu Monogatari [9], (O)togi Zoshi, and (O)togi Boko as well as Chikamatu Monzaemon (The Love Suicides at Sonezaki [3] etc.), and Ihara Saikaku(Nihon eitaigura [2] etc.) for Edo literature.


1. 들어가는 말
 2. 선행연구
 3. 조사 방법
 4. 조사 결과의 분석 및 고찰
  4.1 일반대학원과 교육대학원의 일본문학 전공 석사학위논문 (2003-2012년) 비교
  4.2 일반대학원 일본문학 전공 석사학위논문의 현황
 5. 맺는 말


  • 조남성 Cho, Nam-Sung. 한밭대학교 인문사회대학 일본어과


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