일제강점기 영화로 본 근대성 양상 고찰 - 음식문화를 중심으로 -
|dc.description.abstract||Since late 19 century, Choseon dynasty forcibly open door to western countries including Japan. And the cultural propagation called ‘modernity’ caused subtle changes in dietary life. Based on the theory of colonial dual society, this study examined the dietary modernity in Kyungsung(mid 1930s~early 1940s) when 50 years have passed since the Open-Door policy. 3 films, <Turning point of the youngsters>(1934), <Sweet Dream>(1936) and <Spring of Korean Peninsula>(1941) those made in 1930s~1940s, were analyzed. 26 scenes[14 scenes from <Turning point of the youngsters>, 5 scenes from <Sweet Dream>, 7 scenes from <Spring of Korean Peninsula>] related to the dietary life from films were chosen and classified according 3 criteria(degree of modernization, main influential countries and benefit groups from modernization). The degree of modernization of all films were more than 80%. An average proportion of the countries those affect modernization were western(35%), western-Japan(28%) and Japan(20%) and those who have benefited classes from diet modernization were upper, middle, lower classes were 33, 53 and 14%, respectively. The main places where could enjoy modernized dietary culture were cafe, western restaurants, tea rooms, hotel and so on. The main food or beverages that were considered as modernized dietary culture were liquor(especially, beer), coffee, western meal and so forth. People in Kyungsung of mid 1930s~early 1940s experienced modernity in dietary life differently according to social classes and these culture changes were accepted as a symbol of modernity usually.||-|
|dc.title||일제강점기 영화로 본 근대성 양상 고찰 - 음식문화를 중심으로 -||-|
|dc.title.alternative||Modernity in the Korean Diet Considering the Films during the Japanese Colonial Period||-|
|dc.identifier.bibliographicCitation||한국식생활문화학회지, v.33, no.6, pp.489 - 500||-|
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