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Analysis of Narratives of Elementary School History Textbook of Korea and US
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Analysis of Narratives of Elementary School History Textbook of Korea and US
PARK, So-Young;
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The purpose of this research is to analyze the narratives of elementary school history textbooks of Korea and US. The research problems are as follows. Firstly, what are the form and content of narratives of Korea`s elementary school history textbook of Korea and US. Secondly, what are the characteristics of narratives of American elementary school history textbook of Korea and US. The content analysis method was utilized for analyzing narratives of textbooks. Research results are summarized as follows. Firstly, the features of Korea`s elementary school history textbook are described. Secondly, the features of American elementary school history textbook are described. Thirdly, the common features and differences between both countries` textbook narratives are analyzed. Lastly, the implications for diversifying the narratives of Korea`s elementary school history textbook are recommended.
History Textbook;Narrative;Elementary School;
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