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Title: A Methodology of Researches on Korean Grammar
Written By: Ui-Su Kim
Description:

This book aims to provide a key to the solution of difficult problems of
studies of Korean grammar which are concerned with linguistic phenomena,
while taking up concrete examples. In order to achieve this purpose, it
discusses methodology of studies in Korean grammar step by step.
Furthermore, it examines two angles of researches on grammatical phenomena
in the Korean language: (1) the application of foreign theories to the
phenomena (2) the self-creation of theories on the phenomena based on
traditional Korean linguistics.

This book emphasizes the following two things. First, it discusses
methodology of studies in Korean grammar according to three levels: (1) a
purpose of study, (2) an instrument of research, (3) research material.
Second, it examines the interpretation of results of these studies by means
of two levels: (1) theory, (2) unit.

Publication Year: 2007
Publisher: Pagijong Press
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Linguistic Field(s): Discipline of Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Korean
Language Family(ies): None
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Format: Hardback
ISBN: 8978789587
ISBN-13: 9788978789585
Pages: 211
Prices: S. Korean won 10000.00