한국어와 중국어의 미용 관련 개념적 은유 대조 연구

Title
한국어와 중국어의 미용 관련 개념적 은유 대조 연구
Other Titles
A Comparative Study of the Korean and Chinese Conceptual Metaphors in the Sphere of Beauty Care
Author
김순자
Keywords
conceptual metaphor; source domain; target domain; beauty care; comparative analysis; Korean; Chinese
Issue Date
2013-08
Publisher
중국어문학연구회 The Society For Research Of Chinese Language And Literature
Citation
중국어문학논집 The Journal of Chinese Language and Literature, Aug 2013, 81, P.149-178, 30P.
Abstract
This study aims to catalogue the similarities and differences found in the conceptual metaphors in the Korean and Chinese languages in the sphere of beauty care. The source domains for the analysis categorized in terms of war, food, plants, architecture, movement, organic beings, traffic signs, clothing and business are found in common in both languages, as are specific linguistic expressions and target domains. Reasons for these commonalities can be found in cultural universality as well as intercultural similarities. However, there are differences in specific usage and sub-conceptualization especially in the metaphorical categories of war, food, architecture and clothing, which can be accounted for by socio-cultural differences between Korea and China. More specifically, the war metaphor shows different perceptions of war between the two language-users, and the differences in the metaphors of plants, architecture and clothing reflect the cultural differences in colors applied in makeup as target domain.
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Journal/ArticleDetail/NODE02228200http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/44471
ISSN
1225-973X
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GRADUATE SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES[S](국제학대학원) > KOREAN STUDIES(한국학과) > Articles
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