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KCI등재 학술저널

한중 여성교훈서 비교연구

Comparative Study of Korean-China Female moral books Focusing on 《Yeopbeom(女範)》and 《Yeopbeomchubrok(女範捷錄)》

The study refines the expressions of women's feelings through the traditional female education moral books “Yeopbeom” and “Yeopbeomchubrok” of Chosun and China Among the women’s edicts are “Yeopbeom,” written by Yeongbin of Joseon, and “Yeopbeomchubrok” written by Yu, a royal priest of the Qing dynasty. If the “Yeopbeomchubrok” classified the total number of subjects a woman should have into a broad system, “Yeopbeom” was a person-centered classification that highlighted the practical lesson. “Yeopbeom” is the story of more than half of Chinese virgin and virtuous woman compared to “Yeopbeomchubrok” in the Chinese Qing dynasty. Youngbin Lee could not have completely abandoned her maternal side, so she would have published a number of stories in her book in order to justify her actions, not her will. However, Mrs. Youngbin did not forget his role as king's wife. Mrs. Yu, the Incision woman of the Qing dynasty, also makes up the story of maternal instincts in the “Yeopbeomchubrok” with stories of the Queen’s internal dentistry, filial piety at the expense of oneself, which he hopes to keep in a painful and intense manner. However, Yoo also tried to bring women out of the world by forming a story about the country-conscious Chung. Both female moral books consisted of the story of life that conforms to the feminine image, or in the life of the times, that man wants in a patriarchal society, but it also shows the story as a woman in it.

Ⅰ. 서론

Ⅱ. 여성교훈서의 유형과 ≪여범≫, ≪여범첩록≫의 구성

Ⅲ. 두 ‘여범’류에서 구현한 여성상

Ⅳ. 한중 여성의 삶을 투영한 여성교훈서

Ⅴ. 결론

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