• Title, Summary, Keyword: 문화인류학

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한국문학의 뿌리 좇은 인류학의 탐험길-친족 중심의 '사회인류학'에서 교포문제의 '심리인류학'으로

  • Lee, Gwang-Gyu
    • The Korean Publising Journal, Monthly
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    • pp.24-25
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    • 1998
  • 한국문화를 이해하는 데 중요한 영역은 가족을 포함한 넓은 의미의 친족제도라 생각했고, 가족의 범위를 넘어서자 연구의 방향은 해외 교포문제로 기울어져 있었다. 친족과 인성을 연구하면서 누구보다 자신 있게 전통문화를 말할 수 있게 됐다.

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Modernization and Kimchi culture (근대화와 김치문화)

  • Kang, Jeong Won;An, Ju Young;Lee, Ha Yan;Choi, Hak Rak
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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    • v.34 no.2
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    • pp.129-141
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    • 2019
  • The modernization process of Korea, which can be considered westernization, has influenced Korean folk culture. In this process the kimchi culture could be destroyed. However the kimchi culture has survived very well to date. This study was conducted to investigate the cause of this survival of the kimchi culture. To accomplish this, the enormous influence of modernization on kimchi culture and the cause of its successful survival was investigated in the middle region of the Korean peninsula. We think that the kimchi culture can survive because of the inherent system and structure. Kimchi is composed of vegetables, salt, seasoning, and salted seafood (jeotgal), which are systemized. We also described the kimchi ethnography in this region to study the regional characteristics. The eastern coast uses a different method to salt the cabbage during the production of Kimchi, namely it uses seawater to accomplish this. Additionally, pollak broth is used instead of jeotgal. However nowadays the regional uniqueness of kimchi culture has greatly disappeared in large part, and Korean kimchi is standardized in this region.