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아동의 높임 표현 발달에 관한 종적 연구 - 31개월~43개월 아동을 대상으로 -

Title
아동의 높임 표현 발달에 관한 종적 연구 - 31개월~43개월 아동을 대상으로 -
Other Titles
Longitudinal Study of Children's Honorific Express Development - from 31 moth to 43 month Children
Author
김정선
Keywords
높임표현; 상대 높임; 주체 높임; 객체높임; 언어발달; honorific expression; listener-honorific; subject-honorific; object-honorific; language development
Issue Date
2013-04
Publisher
한국어의미학회 The Society Of Korean Semantics
Citation
한국어 의미학 Korean Semantics, Apr 2013, 40, P.323-356
Abstract
This study analyses vertically about honorific expression sides on 4 children who age group 31 months to 43 months. It has been specifying into grammar form and vocabulary form with listener-honorific, subject-honorific and object-honorific. Then we investigate it’s appearing time and situation which honorific context has been used. We have found ‘Hasipsio-che’ and ‘Haera-che’, which is formal style of listener-honorific expression and also ‘Haeyo-che' and 'Hae-che', which is in-formal style from all participant children. In Honorific language ‘Jeo’ of listener-honorific was founded. Children use honorific expression with two intentions; first one is for respecting the others in higher position and second one is for achieving his/her pragmatic purposes against oppenent. In subject-honorific expression, prefinal-ending ‘-Si-‘ was appeared in common usage of greeting and ‘Ggeseo’ was not used frequently. In vocabulary forms, ‘Geoisida’, ‘Desida’, ‘Jumusida’, and ‘Dolagasida’ were also founded however they are not been used much. The object-honorific expression founded less than listener-honorific and subject-honorific and we assume that it’s development is also slower than others. In grammar forms of the object-honorific, proposition, ‘Gge’ and vocabulary form, ‘Derida’ was founded.
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Journal/ArticleDetail/NODE02148104http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/52507
ISSN
1226-7198
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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION[S](사범대학) > KOREAN LANGUAGE EDUCATION(국어교육과) > Articles
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