• Title/Summary/Keyword: 대중문화

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Correlation between Taste and Fashion in Contemporary Consumer Society and Popular Culture (현대소비사회에서의 취향과 유행의 상관성과 대중문화의 역할)

  • Park, Ki-Ung;Jo, Jung-Yeon
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.10 no.2
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    • pp.165-175
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    • 2010
  • This paper claims the argument that the taste of own is not the intrinsic value but is determined by the environment or habitus, based on Bourdieu's theory. This concept of taste leads up to a natural stream of imitation and alignment. We conclude that the stream is the fashion which be justified by the major agreement. But the nature of fashion exists in hegemony and determines a sense of kinship or a point of difference. In this regard, popular cultures as a window circulated fashion have a negative consequence that can be method of discriminating the minority and justifying vested rights. Accordingly, we have to become wary of the strategy of control using fashion and popular cultures, and need to recognize the prior paradigm about fashion. In the process, we can expect that fandom or counter cultures based on digital high technology constitute subjectivity and dynamics of popular by interaction between the objects.

China's Post '80s and '90s Generation and Selective Reception of Foreign Popular Culture: The Case of Beijing (중국 80-90후(后)와 외국 대중문화의 선택적 수용: 베이징 사례)

  • Ahn, Jungah
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.14 no.6
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    • pp.34-43
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    • 2014
  • Young Chinese audience can select and watch TV dramas, movies and entertainment programs from many different nations, such as Korea, America, Japan, England, Thailand, India, and so on, through multiple channels, such as online video sites - iQiyi, Youku, LeTV, PPTV, and many others - which were induced by changes in media environment. Various genres of Korean popular culture have recently become popular in China, but this phenomenon differs from the early Korean Wave. During the earlier period (from 1997 to the early 2000s) of the Korean Wave, soap operas were popular among middle-aged women, but now various other genres, such as K-pop, entertainment programs, etc., are also popular in China. The purpose of this study is to explore how young Chinese audiences use foreign pop culture, including their preferred genres, reasons for preferring these genres, and the relationship between the preferred pop culture and national image in Korean, American, and Japanese pop culture were analyzed. According to the study results, similarities and differences between preferred genres and the reasons for preferring these genres, and also a close correlation between preferred pop culture and national image were found. These findings will be fundamental for supporting the continual development of the Korean Wave in China.

The Current Status and Problems of Researches about SICAF (서울국제만화애니메이션페스티벌, 그 현황과 과제)

  • Jo, Jeong-Rae
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.99-112
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    • 2011
  • Korea cartoon animation industry is recognized as a cultural content that the spread of popular culture, value-added industries. Yet in spite of external growth and support policies tend it sluggish. This aspect of the cartoon animation market status and government policy that best reveals the cultural industry held the status of Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Festival also not irrelevant. This study retrospect Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Festival that started in 1995 and enhances the scale of the cultural industry and popular culture has grown around, and tried to find a solution for establish the identity and the development plan.

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A Study on Diversification of the Ancillary Materials for Chinese Education: Focusing on Some Songs of Jay Chou (중국어교육의 보조자료 다양화를 위한 모색: 주걸륜(周杰倫)의 몇 곡을 중심으로)

  • Park, Chan-Wook
    • Cross-Cultural Studies
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    • v.46
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    • pp.253-279
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    • 2017
  • This study aims to examine how the Chinese popular culture, especially music, can contribute to diversification of the ancillary materials for teaching Chinese language, literature and culture, based on the analysis of some songs of Jay Chou. For this purpose, this study analysed 10 songs that have been used in the tests or the text contents in China or Taiwan in terms of rhyme, words relation to the ancient poems, and the Chinese culture. Consequently, the songs of Jay Chou show that they can be used as an ancillary material in the Chinese class from the linguistic, literary, and cultural angles. For use in the Chinese language, literature, culture class in the future, there is a constant need to discover and analyse new materials from the Chinese popular culture.

Tourist Destination Storytelling using Popular Culture Contents (대중문화 콘텐츠를 활용한 관광지 스토리텔링)

  • Choi, In-Ho
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.8 no.12
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    • pp.396-403
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    • 2008
  • This paper is to develop tourist destination storytelling strategy using popular culture contents. Place is the result of meaning construction process. Especially discourse plays an important role in the social construction. Discourse generally consists of printed materials, auditory discourse, and visual discourse. For social construction of a tourist destination, discourse may be supplied by the media, or the tourist. In the tourist destination storytelling's view, strategies are composed of extending of tourist destination mania, circulating nostalgia for tourist destination, developing experience circumstances of popular culture tourist destination, making tourism story networks, making tourism storytelling process, and cultivating tourism experts of popular culture.