• Journal of the Daesoon Academy of Sciences
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    Overview

     

    Since its foundation in Daejin University in 1992, the Daesoon Academy of Sciences (DAS) has been annually publishing a collection of reatises on 'Daesoon Thought'. Many studies on the thought have been conducted based on the doctrines and ideologies of the Korean ethnic eligion of Daesoonjinrihoe in academically and ideologically views. 



    Goals of Foundation

    ·To promote the research on Daesoon Thought and the academic development of Daesoon theology

    · To conduct interdisciplinary researches on religious thought, theories and cultures 

    · To contribute to the bringing of peace to mankind and the society through an international exchange of thoughts on Daesoon, religion and peace 

     


    Operational Aim

     Study and present Daesoon Thought
    · Develop educational materials on Daesoon Thought
    · Hold academic conferences
    · Conduct collaborative researches with other research institutes 

    · Perform other projects as part of achieving the goals of the Academy 

     

  • All papers must follow the below guidelines when submitting to the 『Journal of The Daesoon Academy of Sciences』.

     

     

    1. Paper Length

    1) The complete paper shall be 150 pages for theses/dissertations, 30 pages for book reviews and 15 pages for article reviews based on the squared manuscript paper for 200 characters.

    2) In case the paper length is too long or too short, it must be modified by the decision made by the Editorial Committee.

     

    2. Author Details

    1) Specify details of the author including name, department, position, etc.

    2) For collaborative researches, the name(s) of the co-author(s) shall be specified. Co-authors shall be listed based on the degree of contribution with the contributor who contributed the most, the first author, on the left an then the second author and so on.

     

    3. Guidelines for Paper Writing

    1) The paper shall be generally written in Korean but words that may cause confusion or names and other proper nouns may be written in Chinese characters or by the original language in brackets( ). Such a word may be written in its original language once and it may be repeatedly specified, if required.

    2) The paper shall be written on A4 paper unless there are special reasons not to. The numbering of chapters, articles, clauses, etc. shall be in the order of I, 1, 1), (1), ①. Tables and figures shall be specified as 'Table 1' and 'Figure 1' respectively in the same form with numbers. The title of the table shall be specified above the table and the figure title shall be specified below the figure.

     

    4. Literature Details

    1) For literature of the Orient such as Korea, China and Japan

    ㆍbook, complete collection, journal: 『』

    ㆍnewspaper and magazine:《 》

    ㆍindividual paper, thesis/dissertation, articles from newspaper and magazine: 「 」

    2) For western literature

    ㆍbook, complete collection, journal, newspaper and magazine: italicized

    ㆍinidividual paper, thesis/dissertation, articles from newspaper and magazine: “ ”

    3) Other signs

    ㆍfor emphasis : ‘ ’

    ㆍfor quotation : “ ”

     

    5. Footnotes(註)

    1) Use footnotes and apply a 2-character indent and mark with 1), 2), etc.

    2) Follow the examples shown in Clause 6 below.

     

    6. Footnote Examples

    1) Book

    ㆍGyeong-Won Lee, 『Doctrines of Daesoon Jinrihoe대순진리회 교리론』 (Seoul: Munsachol, 2013), p.25.

    ㆍMircea Eliade, The Quest: History and Meaning in Religion (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1969), p.23.

    ㆍMircea Eliade, The Quest: History and Meaning in Religion (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1969), p.23 . 2) Translated version

    ㆍJoachim Wach, 『The Comparative Study of Religions』, Translated by Jong-Seo Kim (Seoul: Minumsa Co., Ltd., 1988), pp.21-34. ㆍG. van der Leeuw, Religion in Essence and Manifestation, Vol.2, trans. J. E. Turner (New York: Harper & Row, 1963), pp.189-191.

    3) Thesis/Dissertation

    ㆍNam-Sik Go, 「A Study on Haewon Story of Kang Jeung San」 (Konkook University doctoral thesis, 2003), pp.32-52.

    ㆍGray Alan Anderson, “Sacrifices and Offerings in Ancient Esrael: Studies in Their Social and Political Importance”(Ph.D.Dissertation, Harvard University, 1985), pp.1-3.

    4) Articles and papers from periodicals

    ㆍSang-Gyu Park, 「Organization and Characteristics of Daesoon Jinrihoe」, 『Religious Studies』 70 (2013), p.255.

    ㆍYong-Cheol Park, 「An Observation on the Nativism of Traditional Religious Orders in the Understanding of Studies on Daewonsa Temple」, 『Daesoon Webzine』 68 (2007), pp.99-106.

    ㆍDonald Wiebe, “Disciplinary Axiom, Boundary Conditions and the Academic Study of Religion”, Religion 20:1 (1990), p.23.

    5) Edited books or texts in books

    ㆍSeong-Min Ryu, 「Religious Pluralism and Religious Ethics」, Compiled by the Center for Religious Studies of Seoul National University, 『Religious Pluralism and Religious Ethics』 (Seoul: Jipmoon, 1994), pp.113-115.

    ㆍRobert Wuthnow, “The Cultural Context of Contemporary Religious Movement”, in Thomas Robbins and William C. Shepherd, eds., Cults, Culture and the Law (Chico, California: Scholar Press, 1985), p.23.

    6) Completed Collection

    ㆍKoreanology Literature Research Center, 『A series of textbooks on enlightenment of Korea』 18 (Seoul: Asea Cultural Publishing, 1978), p.227.

    7) Newspaper

    ㆍSeok-In Yoon, 「Religion and Politics」,《the hankyoreh》1999. 3. 1.

    8) Historical records

    ·『朝鮮王朝實錄』, 世祖 1年, 12月 3日.

    9) Citing the same literature

    ㆍFor the same literature as in the previous citation

    same book, pp.15-19.

    same text, p.38. (for thesis/dissertation)

    ㆍRepetition of the same reference

    Don-Gu Kang, Previous text, pp.23-25. (If a text of the same author was cited)

    Dong-Gu Kang,『A Research on the Modern Religious Nationalism of Korea』, pp.23-25. (If two or more statement writings of the same author are being cited)

     

    7. Creating a Bibliography

    1) List scriptures, historical records, books and papers in the alphabetical order.

    2) List in the order of 韓書(가나다), 日書(アイウエオ), 中書(가나다 in Korean pronunciation), 洋書(ABC) if references of various languages were used.

    3) At the end of the paper, create a bibliography as shown below.

    Dept. of Teaching, Daesoon Jinrihoe, 『Jeon-gyeong』, Yeoju: Dept. of Publication, Daesoon Jinrihoe, 2010.

    Nam-Sik Go, 「A Study on Haewon Story of Kang Jeung San」 (Konkook University doctoral thesis, 2003),

    Joachim Wach, 『The Comparative Study of Religions』, Translated by Jong-Seo Kim. Seoul: Minumsa Co., Ltd., 1988.

    Gyeong-Won Lee, 『Doctrines of Daesoon Jinrihoe대순진리회 교리론』. Seoul: Munsachol, 2013.

    Sang-Gyu Park, 「Organization and Characteristics of Daesoon Jinrihoe」, 『Religious Studies』 70. 2013.

    Seok-In Yoon, 「Religion and Politics」,《the hankyoreh》1999. 3. 1.

    Donald Wiebe, “Disciplinary Axiom, Boundary Conditions and the Academic Study of Religion”, Religion 20(1), Spring 1990.

    Gray Alan Anderson, “Sacrifices and Offerings in Ancient Israel: Studies in Their Social and Political Importance”, Ph. D. Dissertation, Harvard University, 1985.

    Mircea Eliade, The Quest: History and Meaning in Religion, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1969.

     

    8. Abstract

    1) A summary in Korean and an abstract in English shall be no longer than one(1) A4 page long for thesis/dissertation. Have the abstract proofread by a native english Presenterbefore submission.

    2) Specify no more than five(5) keywords for the Korean summary and the English abstract. The title, name of contributor(s) (for e.g : Hong, Gil-Dong) and department must be stated in the English abstract.

    3) The details of the Korean summary and the English abstract must be accurately written for easy understanding and to comprehensively deliver study details.

     

    9. Copyright of Published Paper

    (1) The contributor shall check online and agree to the details on copyright transfer when submitting the paper through the online submission system of the Academy.

    (2) If a submitted paper passes examination and is published in the journal, its copyright shall belong to the Academy.  

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    Chief Editor

    Ko, Nam Shik

    Daejin University, Korea

     

     

     

    Editor

    Min, Byeong Sam

    Kongju National University, Korea

    An, Yang Gyu

    Dongguk National University, Korea

    Anyookyung

    Kyungpook National University,Korea

    Yoon,Yongbok 

    Institute of Asian Religion,Korea

    Lee, Bongho

    Kyonggi University, Korea

    Jung,  Jaeseo

    Ewha Woman’s UniversityKorea

    Massimo Introvigne

    CESNUR, Italy

    J. Gordon Melton

    Baylor University, USA