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|dc.identifier.citation||동아인문학, no.21, pp.231 - 253||-|
|dc.description.abstract||The purpose of this study is to investigate the changes of Aglok seowon Curriculum in the Qing Dynasty. To study the curriculum in Hunan academies in the Qing Dynasty according to the time course for the axis, and the Qing Dynasty is divided into three periods for discussion:First, in the early Qing Dynasty, with the changes of academy policy from inhibit to support, Neo-Confucianism was enshrined as the official ideology and follow the rule of the Ming Dynasty, “who get stereotyped,” the civil service exam programs,a number of academies in Hunan Provinces such as Aglok seowon courses were shown to Neo- Confucianism as the main course. Second, in the mid-Qing Dynasty, as the Qing court to strengthen the academy as a result of the control and management of the policies of political influence as well as the logic of academic self-development by learning the history of the gradual trend of academic prosperity, courses in Aglok seowon occurred by the academy of Science in curriculum- based curriculum to a focus upon the history of the evolution. Third, analysis of change of curriculum in Aglok seowon in the late Qing Dynasty, roughly bounded by the Sino-Japanese war, is divided into two stages. In the first phase, academy conducted real science curriculum reform in order to correct the shortcomings cited by the industry education. After Dao-guang dynasty, the practical style of study was emphasized. At that time, to correct courses in the majority of academy the bad habits that they only test the text of civil service exam, some academies such as the Xiangshui School Academy and Yuanshui School Academy, conducted a practical learning curriculum reform, committed to practical and economic importance of the study, but the reform confined to carry out the traditional framework and system of education. 실학,||-|
|dc.subject||the Qing Dynasty. the curriculum||-|
|dc.title||청대 악록서원의 교육과정 변천||-|
|dc.title.alternative||A Study on the Changes of Aglok seowon Curriculum in the Qing Dynasty||-|
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