필사본 한글 음식조리서에 나타난 오기(誤記)의 유형과 발생 원인

Title
필사본 한글 음식조리서에 나타난 오기(誤記)의 유형과 발생 원인
Other Titles
A Study on the Pattern and Cause of Miswriting in the Korean Culinary Manuscripts
Author(s)
이미향백두현[백두현]
Keywords
Korean manuscripts; a miswriting; types of miswriting; cause of miswriting; language misrecognition; Korean culinary manuscripts.; 한글 필사본; 오기; 오기 유형; 오기 발생원인; 언어형 오인식; 한글음식조리서
Issue Date
201003
Publisher
한국어문학회
Citation
어문학, no.107, pp.25 - 63
Abstract
The Korean manuscripts are a meaningful language research materials in the 17th~19th century. There have been many recent achievements in this part that are connected with Korean manuscripts, except research about a miswriting. A miswriting has been thought to be fragmentary and unconnected data caused by writer’s error. The purpose of this study focuses on analyzing the examples of miswriting of Korean culinary manuscripts, and to classifying those types by cause of miswriting. According to the writer's mistakes and language recognition, a miswriting is divided by a multiplicity of subdivision. The results of this research can be summarized as follows : There are many types of miswriting caused by writer’s involuntariness, which is several stroke omission or character, a syllable repetition and grammatical misconception. And then there are some types of miswriting caused by writer’s language misrecognition, which is a phoneme misrecognition, reflections of popular pronunciation or writer’s linguistic habits. A miswriting is not a data of a slight slip that could be occur in the transcription processes, but a meaningful data that could be show writer’s language recognition. An analysis of miswriting types will make a understanding about the transcription processes in the Korean manuscripts.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/22676
ISSN
1225-3774
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