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2007년 서울대 종교학과 제주도 학술답사 보고 ; 제주도 당본풀이에 나타나 "돗고기 부정"의 의미와 기능
The "Impurity of Pork (Dotgoki-impurity)" in Jeju Island`s Village-Myths

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Authors
김진영
Issue Date
2007
Publisher
서울대학교 종교학연구회
Citation
종교학연구, Vol.26, pp. 149-166
Keywords
Jeju-islandimpurity of porkDotgoki-impuntytaboovillage-myths
Abstract
In most of Jeju's village-myths, two gods (especially gods and
goddesses) in the same village or village temple are separated by
'impurity of pork', specially called 'Dotgoki-impuriry'. In this paper,
the author examines the meanings and functions of Dotgoki-impurity in
Jeju-city and Jo-chun myun's village-myths, based on the reationships
between the geographical feature, the characteristic of village god/
goddess, and the usage of Dotgoki-impurity. After analyzing the
village-myths' inner structure and the general taboos on warnen in Jeju
island, the author concludes that there are two main functions in
Dotgoki-impuriry used in myths. First, Dotgoki-impurity was used
ideologically to strengthen the sex discrimination among the village
members. Second, Dotgoki-impunty in myths helped to inherit the
taboo effectively among the female villagers for the practical uses.
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/5202
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