Proceedings of the International Conference on Culture and Language in Southeast Asia (ICCLAS 2017)

Session: SESSION 4

6 articles

Projected Characteristics and Content of Arabic Corpus in Indonesia

Nur Hizbullah, Muchlis Madian Muhammad
Utilization and integration between linguistics and information and communication technology produce a result in the form of a language corpus. Corpus is a collection of data prepared systemically and is developed in such a way to be used as research data. In general, the content of a corpus relates...

Discourse War on NKRI versus Khilafah Issues in Indonesian Cyber Media

Moch. Syarif Hidayatullah
This paper focuses on NKRI (Negara Kesatuan Republik Indonesia/ The Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia) versus Khilafah issues in Indonesian cyber media. It was represented by hizbut-tahrir.or. Id (representing HTI and other radical groups), nu.or.id (representing NU and moderate groups), and...

Living a Multicultural Lifestyle with Batik: Identity, Representation, Significance

Awalia Rahma, Jejen Jaenudin, Alfida Marifatullah
This study discusses north coast Java batik as part of everyday lifestyle. The north coast Java (Pesisir) batik signifies multi culture and beauty as compared to Court batik with its philosophical meanings. Studies focusing on lifestyle as part of consumption have not been widely written. The use of...

Barriers of Cross-Cultural Communication among Foreign Managers and Staff in Interacting with Malaysian Counterparts

Ahmad Arifin, Shehda Abuisaac
The main aim of this study is to investigate language and cultural barriers of intercultural communication among foreign managers and staff (expatriates) in interacting with their Malaysian counterparts at University of Malaya. Language and culture are fundamental barriers hindering the flow of cross-cultural...

Identity in Contemporary ASEAN

Mrs. Nuraeni
Regionalism always engages long discursive processes to compromise some gaps or disparities among member countries. This paper will explore how contemporary Southeast Asia countries are dealing with the problem of identity as inevitable, especially in very large plural society like this region. Constructivist...

Emerging Identities of Foreign Domestic Workers in Singapore

Lydia Kanelli Kyvelou Kokkaliari, Sri Kusumo, Mr. Habsari, Mr. Mugijatna
In post-industrial societies, the right to work has institutionally set time off work. Leisure, thus, affects the process and the span of negotiations and contestations of migrant's identities, producing and transforming their cultural capital. This paper explores the emerging identities of foreign domestic...