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Revisit Library and Information Science: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Mission Statements in Library and Information School in United States (문헌정보학 정체성에 대한 연구: 비평적 담론분석 기반 미국 문헌정보학 강령분석을 중심으로)

  • Park, Ok Nam
    • Journal of the Korean Society for information Management
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    • v.30 no.3
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    • pp.89-109
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    • 2013
  • The study analyzes mission statements of Library and Information Science schools in the United States. It aims to reveal identities of LIS by Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA). The study examines the strategies or stereotypes of academic mission statements in LIS as a genre. Mission statements are analyzed using discourse analysis to find common ideology using agency, modality, and lexical analysis. A comparative analysis of two mission statements is also conducted within discursive practices to reveal characteristics of two schools. This study has value in that it provides implications for other ideological discussions applicable to LIS.

A Study on 5.18 Discourse in Korean Newspaper: An Analysis of the $Dong-A$ $Ilbo$ (한국 언론과 5.18 광주민주화운동 담론: "동아일보"의 보도 기사와 사설을 중심으로)

  • Heo, Yun-Cheol;Kang, Seung-Hwa;Park, Hyo-Ju;Chae, Baek
    • Korean journal of communication and information
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    • v.58
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    • pp.130-153
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of this study is to examine how the $Dong-A$ $Ilbo$, a prevailing newspaper in Korea, has constructed 5.18 discourse. In the last thirty years or so in Korea, '5.18(the Gwangju Democratization Movement)', in both academic and social realm, has been one of the most disputed issues in the process of political change. However, little attention has been given to this topic in the field of communication study. Thus, we attempted to illuminate the construction of 5.18 dicourse by using terms analysis and discourse analysis of editorials during the period of May 18, 1980-December 31, 2010. From the study, it is found that the use of terms has changed from 'crisis' through 'resistance', 'slaughter', 'revolt' to 'democratization movement' in the $Dong-A$ $Ilbo$. And it is also found that 5.18 discourse has been developed in the order of 'tragic incident discourse', 'truth investigation discourse', 'rehabilitation discourse', 'deferment discourse', 'punishment discourse', 'political strife discourse' in the editorials of the $Dong-A$ $Ilbo$. These shifts of terms and discourse have been mostly led by socio-political changes. Based on the research results, the central characteristics of 5.18 discourse of the Korean mainstream press were elaborated and the implications of the results were discussed.

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Social Discourse Analysis on Title and Role of Library: Focusing on Controversy over 'The Forest of Wisdom', Paju Bookcity (도서관 명칭과 역할에 대한 사회적 담론 분석 - 파주출판도시 '지혜의숲'에 대한 논란을 중심으로 -)

  • Cho, Su-Yeon;Park, Sung-Jin
    • Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science
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    • v.26 no.1
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    • pp.171-198
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    • 2015
  • This study used social discourse analysis and analyzed social discourse on library reflected in media, social media, interview and diary of persons concerned, particularly focusing on controversy over whether 'The Forest of Wisdom' should be called a 'library'. The study analyzed a three-dimensional framework, including media report that eventually developed a social 'discourse event', social media surrounding this issue, and interview with persons in the library community and publishing industry regarding discourse. This study draws a conclusion that 'The Forest of Wisdom' rather led social discourse over the role of library especially when traditional library is faced with new demands for discourse and changes. It is meaningful in that this issue provided an opportunity for library and the publishing industry to think over and develop ways for autonomous discourse that seeks their true value.

Discourse Analysis of the 1970s Myungrang Manwha (1970년대 한국 명랑만화의 담론분석)

  • Kim, Dae-Keun
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.255-284
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    • 2016
  • This article aims at a discourse analysis on the selected 1970s Myungrang Manwhas, in the cases of Ggubungi, Doggaebi Gamtu, Yochul Balmyungwang. For the analysis, the history, pre-censorship, and distribution structure of Myungrang Manwha are referenced, as well as the considerable changes and developments on the definition of 'myungrang' since the 1920s. In employing Foucauldian discourse analysis to the texts, the selected Myungrang Manwhas are analyzed as discursive formation, which emerged within the social relations of the era; the characters' dialogues are analyzed as statement. The analysis examines the discourses that the texts disseminated, and the social context of the utterance. It is demonstrated that the Myungrang Manwhas are forms of representation, which implies 'the contested acquisition on capital and power', 'the emphasis on nationalist aspects', and 'the interpellation and discipline of subject active' of the time. Moreover, it is revealed that the forms of control, such as pre-censorship, were the articulation of the will to power, which drove the discoursive formation to function as an apparatus that meticulously constituted the ruling ideology. In conclusion, the Myungrang Manwhas are rather texts that encompasses political and social context of the era than a mere comic relief.

An Analysis of Discourses on Interpreting and Applying the Principle of Provenance in Archival Organization (기록관리 원칙의 해석과 적용에 관한 담론 분석 출처주의를 중심으로)

  • Seol, Moon-won
    • The Korean Journal of Archival Studies
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    • no.52
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    • pp.59-117
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    • 2017
  • This study aims to logically investigate the changing interpretation and implementation of the principle of provenance by using an argument model for discourse analysis. First, it divides the history of discourses on the principle from the Dutch Manual publication of 1989 up to the present into four areas, which includes establishing, diffusing, transforming, and expanding or deconstructing, and articulates the core discourses of each. Second, it designs the argument model for analyzing the discourses on the principle by applying Toulmin's argument model and Dunn's policy argument model. Third, it selects the articles and books that cover the core discourses of the principle, and analyzes their contents in consideration of the argument model. Fourth and finally, it presents four argument models corresponding to each area of the discourses.

Discourse Analysis in Library and Information Science Research (문헌정보학에 있어서 담론분석의 응용)

  • 장덕현
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.32 no.2
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    • pp.269-288
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    • 2001
  • Library and information science(LIS) research, as reflected in its own disciplinary and professional history, has been ignorant of the transitions and developments of other humanities and social science disciplines. For instance, the positivistic perspectives in research have been maintained in the field while other disciplines have been experimenting wide variety of research methods and aspects. This paper attempts to articulate that LIS research should play an appropriate role in analyzing and investigating various key-words in modern knowledge society. In this regard it scrutinizes the applicability and implications of discourse analysis. It specifically surveys the historical background of the development of LIS research; then it explains the dimensions of discourse analysis and some principles; and, finally it shows some examples of research projects that emp1oy these perspectives.

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An Analysis of Social Discursive Space: Critique of New Liberal and New Conservative Discourses (사회적 담론공간 분석: 신자유주의, 신보수주의 담론을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Ye-Ran
    • Korean journal of communication and information
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    • v.18
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    • pp.7-36
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    • 2002
  • This study is concerned with analysing complexity, flexibility and dynamism of social discoursive space. The developmental process of social discourse is analogous to that of a spatial structure of social discourse. Post-capitalist society has seen New-Liberalism and New-Conservatism have become dominant, resulting in the deterioration of the cultural politics of citizenship. It is argued that the position of otherness, in which those binary structures (inside/outside or centre/margin) collide and collapse, is where subversive discourse can emerge to dominant discursive power. Furthermore, it is necessary to democratize social discursive space, through which the Other becomes able to. participate in the social production, distribution and consumption of social discourse.

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A Critical Study of Media Discourses on 'University Reform' Focused on Major Newspapers' Reports on University Policies of Administrations from 2008 to 2015 (언론의 '대학 개혁' 담론에 대한 비판적 연구 이명박 정권 이후 대학 정책에 대한 주요 신문의 보도를 중심으로)

  • Lee, Oh Hyeon
    • Korean journal of communication and information
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    • v.82
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    • pp.29-72
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    • 2017
  • This study explores the ways that newspapers report the administrations' policies of 'university reform' from February 2008 to December 2015 through critical discourse analysis. As results, Donga-ilbo and Chosun-ilbo produce the discourse that the crisis of universities is so real and dangerous that it brings about the crisis of our nation, and that the current university systems should be changed into neoliberal systems because it is the critical reason of the crisis. Using various discursive strategies, they construct their reports as objective, real and embodying general goods and then successfully build the neoliberal discourse on university reform as commonsensical and natural. They finally acquire the discursive hegemony for university reform. Kyunghyang-shinmun and Hankyoreh-shinmun produce the anti-discourse against that of Donga-ilbo and Chosun-ilbo. However, they can not develop substantial hegemony struggles for the discourse of university reform because of the limitations of their discourse in terms of quantity and quality and the social and press structures overwhelmingly inclined for neo-liberalism.

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Characteristics of Teachers' Questioning to Formulate an Effective Mathematics Discourse (효과적인 수학적 담론을 구축하기 위한 교사 질문활동의 특성)

  • Cho, Jin Woo;Park, Minsun;Lee, Kyeong-Hwa;Lee, Eun-Jung
    • School Mathematics
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    • v.18 no.1
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    • pp.193-214
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    • 2016
  • Teachers' questioning plays an important role in mathematics teaching and learning by asking students to react or to participate in mathematical discourse. Previous studies on teachers' questioning have not focused on how to questioning to formulate an effective mathematical discourse which is contributed by students because studies mostly analyzed and categorized teachers' questions according to cognitive levels of questions without consideration of context. Therefore, this study explored characteristics of teachers' questioning to formulate an effective characteristics of teachers' questioning to formulate an effective mathematical discourse in mathematics classrooms. By reviewing and analyzing mathematics discourse and studies on teachers' questioning theoretically, we presented openness, sharedness, and productivity as characteristics of teachers' questioning. Through a middle school mathematics teacher's case, we examined three characteristics were necessary to formulate an effective mathematical discourse. Based on results from theoretical analysis and case analysis, we discussed that openness, sharedness, and productivity would be useful as a framework to analyze teachers' questioning.

An Analysis of Social Discourse on the Enactment of School Sport Promotion Law Produced in the Media (미디어에 나타난 학교체육(진흥)법 제정 관련 사회적 담론 분석)

  • Park, Jae-Woo
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.12 no.9
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    • pp.434-446
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of this paper was to analyze a social discourse on the enactment of School Sport Promotion Law produced in the media. For this purpose, 73 articles related to the law collected from portal sites such as 'Daum', 'Naver' and 'Yahoo' as well as 'KINDS' were utilized for data analysis. Therefore, it was concluded that a social discourse's feature related to the enactment of the law is a social 'support' discourse calling for the enactment of the law, a 'denunciation' discourse after the rejection at the regular session of the National Assembly, a 'opposition' discourse concerned about the regression of elite sport and a 'wish' discourse expecting the leap and vitalization of school sport. From the holistic point of view, a dominant discourse is the appropriateness and necessity of the enactment of the law. However, smaller but stronger voices of dissent concerning about the decline in the development of elite sport (especially elite sporting success) were raised.