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작성일 : 13-05-29 19:35
 Gut, the Korean Shamanistic Ritual(굿, 한국의 샤머니즘 의식)
Hyun-Key Kim Hogarth(김현기)
2009-10-30
신A5
978-89-6297-005-0
30,000
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[Korean study Series 43]

태고의 신앙 체제인 샤머니즘은 현대 사회에서는 거의 사라지고 말았지만, 산업화된 대한민국에서는 굿이 아직도 존재하고 있다. 이 책은 한국 무속의 신비와, 무슨 이유로 이 현상이 선진화된 21세기 한국에서 아직까지도 지속되고 있는지에 대한 의문을 푸는 데 도움을 줄 것이다.
현대의 과학과 기술로는 설명할 수 없는 재난이 닥쳐왔을 때 굿을 하는 것은 고난을 당하는 자가 고통과 절망감을 해소하려는 긍정적인 행동이다. 여러 신령들이 대접과 선물을 받고 나서, 보답으로 은총을 내려줄 것이라는 확신이 굿을 하는 신도에게 자신감과 희망을 주어, 어려운 시기를 극복해 나가는 데 큰 도움을 준다. 그러므로 현대 한국인들은 ‘서로 나누는 기쁨’만이 아니고, 신령들이 반드시 선물을 받고 보답해야 한다는 의무를 실행할 것이라는 확신에서 오는 위로감 때문에, 계속해서 굿을 할 것이다.
한국의 굿은 수백 년에 걸친 한국의 문화, 사회와 그 정신을 반영하고 있고, 한국사회의 모든 인간관계의 바탕이 되는 호혜의 원칙에 기반을 두고 있다. 그러므로 이 책은 한국에 관심이 있는 독자를 매혹시키고, 한국을 이해하는 데 큰 도움을 줄 것이다.

Shamanism, an archaic belief system, has more or less disappeared in today’s world, but still exists in newly industrialized South Korea that has emerged as one of the world’s greatest trading nations. This book helps unravel the mystery of Korean shamanism and reasons for its persistence in South Korea.
When faced with inexplicable disasters, beyond modern science and technology, sponsoring gut is a positive move by the sufferer to alleviate the pain and despair. Their belief that the spirits will reciprocate with blessings in return for their gifts gives them confidence and hope, which helps them get over difficult times. The modern Korean people, therefore, will continue to sponsor gut not only for ‘the joy of public giving,’ but also for the solace that their faith in the spirits’ obligation to reciprocate brings them.
Korean shamanistic ritual (gut) reflects the centuries of Korean culture, society and its ethos, and is based on the principle underpinning all social interactions in Korean society, i.e. reciprocity. Therefore anyone interested in Korea will find this book fascinating and helpful.

Plates
Preface
Notes on the Stylistic Conventions
The Two Systems of Romanization of Korean

Ⅰ. Introduction
1. What is shamanism?
2. Who are shamans?
3. What is musok?
4. Is Korean musok shamansim?
5. Embarking on shamanistic research and developing methodology
1) Why did I choose to study shamanism?
2) Developing research methodology

Ⅱ. The Field Work
1. 1993
2. 2005

Ⅲ. Gut, the Korean Shamanistic Ritual
1. The ideology of gut
2. The components of gut
1) The colour symbolism
2) The shamanistic ritual food
3) The shamanistic ritual music
4) Dance and drama
5) Costumes and other paraphernalia
3. Is gut to Confucian ritual as nature is to culture?

Ⅳ. The Variety and Economics of Gut
1. The variety of gut
2. The economics of gut
1) Small-scale private jaesu gut or byeong gut
2) Medium-scale gut
3) Large-scale jaesu/jinogi gut or gut performed by a first-class mudang
4) Community gut, grand jinjeok gut or grand-scale jinogi saenam
3. The role of money in gut

Ⅴ. The Spirits
1. Gods
1) Heavenly gods
2) Earthly gods
3) Human gods
2. ‘Ancestors’
3. Ghosts

Ⅵ. Mudang, the Korean Shamans
1. Who are mudang?
2. Why do they become mudang?
1) Excessive gi
2) Intelligence
3) Need for love
4) Heredity
5) A salvation from the grim realities of life
3. Possession sickness and psychopathology
1) Mr. Bang Changhwan (b. 1943)
2) Mr. Jo Yongjin (professional name: Jaryong) (b. 1946)
3) Bang Chunja (b. 1939)
4) Ms. Jeong Wonhae (b. 1932)
5) Ms. Won Gannan (b. 1950)
6) Ms. An Yeongbun (b. 1958)
4. Initiation of mudang
5. People with a shamanic predisposition
6. Mudang’s interactions with close kin
1) Case history 1
2) Case history 2
7. Mudang’s social interactions with non-kin

Ⅶ. The Sponsors
1. Sponsors of private gut
1) Believers/regular clients
2) Occasional clients
2. Sponsors of community gut
1) Spectators at the community gut praying for a good catch of fish
2) Community gut held on the site of blocks of new flats
3. Urban Koreans: the views of some Seoulites on sponsoring gut
4. Reasons for sponsoring gut and the social conditions

Ⅷ. Reciprocity, Status and Gut
1. Reciprocity and Korean society
2. Reciprocity and gut
3. Exchange between the participants in gut
1) Exchange between the spirits and the sponsors
2) Exchange between the spirits and the mudang
3) Exchange between mudang and the sponsors
4. The status of the participants in gut
5. Reciprocity and status
6. Status and wealth

Ⅸ. Conclusion

References
Glossary
Appendix
A Brief History of Korean Shamanism
Index

 
   
 

 
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