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Korean Journal of General Education 2021;15(5):297-307.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.46392/kjge.2021.15.5.297    Published online October 31, 2021.
Trends of Culture Education Research in Korean for Academic Purposes
Sukjeong Cha
Instructor, Office of International Affairs, University of Ulsan
학문 목적 한국어에서의 문화 교육 연구 동향
울산대학교 국제교류처 강사
Correspondence:  Sukjeong Cha,
Email: sj-cha@hanmail.net
Received: 20 September 2021   • Revised: 20 October 2021   • Accepted: 25 October 2021
This study set out to examine the research trends of culture education in Korean for academic purposes and to provide basic data and research directions to instructors of liberal arts courses based on the results. For these purposes, the investigator looked at research on culture education in Korean for academic purposes among dissertations for a master's or doctor's degree published in Korea, as well as in papers published in journals found in the Research Information Sharing Service, from which a total 128 dissertations and papers were selected after review. The selected research papers were examined for their research trends by the year, type, and research topic. The progress by the year and type show that there has been an ongoing stream of research regarding culture education in Korean for academic purposes since 2006, and that since 2018 the presentations of dissertations has increased. The analysis results by the research topic were examined according to “current state,” “curriculum,” “educational content,” “teaching plans,” “educational materials,” and “cultural factors”. This study found that there was more active research involving plans for cultural instructions than other topic areas across all the dissertations and papers published in journals. Futhermore, the proportion of research papers on literature was high. Based on these analysis results, this study proposed certain directions that instructors should take for culture education research that pertains to culture education in Korean for academic purposes.
Key Words: Korean for academic purposes, Korean as a liberal arts course, culture education, research trend


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