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Korean Journal of General Education 2015;9(3):473-512.
Published online September 30, 2015.
A Study on the Literacy Writing Utilizing Photograph
Young Do Kim
사진을 활용한 문학적 글쓰기 연구
Writing courses of the university is largely comprised of the contents of literary writing and practical writing. But writing courses of the university has been skewed by a tendency to emphasize the practical writing, such as writing reports and covering letter. The reason for this is that university evaluation to focus on restructuring and employment by depopulation in education. Literary writing does not give the economic benefits in living directly. But this writing is to cultivate humanity by the cathartic effect of literature to releasing the urge for self-expression through emotional language. Therefore, this paper focuses on the photograph as visual literacy to increase the existence of worth in literary writing and encourage students to produce more interesting in writing. The researchers were browsing first semiotic concepts of photograph for the theoretical system of literary writing using the photograph and four kinds of analysis items such as narrative, depicting, dialogue and connection of photo and text first. Especially this paper will induce to learn the methodology of literary writing through the autobiographical nature of the PhotoNovel of Sophie Calle and Dica-Poem in detail . And it is also taken with your smartphone with discussion the discussion and is proposed specific recommendations to the process of literary writing exercises based on this photo. And finally This paper will analyze mainly autobiographical novel and look for the ways of a new literary writing.
Key Words: photograph, literacy writing, self expression, DicaPoem, PhotoPoem, PhotoNovel


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