|초록||This paper reviews the achievements of Korea’s modern and contemporary history of science research and presents some tasks to be solved. First, the English abstracts of 106 modern and contemporary papers published in The Korean Journal for the History of Science are categorized into five topics through text mining. It also examines the central themes of the literatures in five periods: the late 19th century, the Japanese colonial era, liberation to the 1950s, the 1960s to the 1970s, after the 1980s, and North Korea’s science and technology. In particular, it introduces recently published articles and books. We argue that an understanding of the times should be fully reflected upon, and that comparative studies are necessary to overcome a mononational perspective. Furthermore, we propose expanding the scope of research by increasing contacts with adjacent areas and introducing quantitative methodologies that can handle vast amounts of data. In addition, while studies so far have focused on the formation and identity of ‘Korean science’, future research should clarify the ‘scientific Korea’ created by such science.|
|주요어||Modern and Contemporary History of Science in Korea, text mining, The Korean Journal for the History of Science. ‘Korean science’, ‘scientific Korea’|
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