SHERP

무속신앙의 사령관 (死靈觀) 연구 - 진오귀굿의 상징분석을 중심으로 -
A Study of the Concept of " Dead - Soul " in Korean Shamanism : An Analytic Understanding of Symbolism in " Ginoh - kui Gut "

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Authors
장남혁
Issue Date
1987
Publisher
서울대학교 종교학연구회
Citation
종교학연구, Vol.6, 1987, pp.129-179
Keywords
외래문화전통; 무속신념체계; 초월세계; 재수굿
Abstract
The purpose of thise study is to identify belief-systems of Korean Shamanism, especially the concept of "dead-soul". In order to find out the criginal pictures of Korean Shamanism, the concept of "dead-soul" would be examined in this study. First of all, the concept of "dead-soul" is the least affected by alien-cultural traditions, Second, the concept of "dead-soal" takes great positions of Gut (Korean Shamanistic Ritual). However, a Gut reveals itself various aspects even in the same
process of the cult. The Korean Shamanism, without establishing the doctrines, has been affected by such alien religions as Buddism, Confucianism, and Taoism, etc, Thus Korean Shamanism seems to be syncretized with them. Though there are various contradictory concepts, we can observe that a Gut gives strong impact to the participants of the ritual.
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/4990
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College of Humanities (인문대학)Religious Studies (종교학과)종교학연구(Journal of Religious Studies) 종교학연구(Journal of Religious Studies) 06집(1987)
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