Proceedings of the International Congress of Indonesian Linguistics Society (KIMLI 2021)

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Hate Speech and Blasphemy on Social Media in Indonesia: Forensic Linguistic Studies

Agus Syahid, Dadang Sudana, Andika Dutha Bachari
The development of technology and information as well as the very rapid use of social media today makes it easy for someone to write a status or comment about what he thinks. Not infrequently, someone’s status or speech on social media which is considered to contain elements of language crime can have...
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Possessors as Subjects and Objects: Different Ways of Possessors Act as Subject and Object Arguments on Verbs in the Languages of Papua

Yusuf Sawaki
This paper surveys a morpho-syntactic construction in which the possessors of possessive morphology on nouns are used to index subject and object arguments on verbs in some languages in Papua. Naturally, possessive morphology treats person markers as possessors in ownership or any kinds of relations...
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Detransitivization Strategy and the Indonesian Middles

I Nyoman Udayana
Middles cross-linguistically are commonly defined as syntactic operations which behave in an intermediate way between actives and passives. The associated verbs that enter into middles are intransitive. However, there are cases where the verbs needed for the middles are conceptual-semantically divalent....
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The Historicity of The New Bali Lexicon and Formation Projection of Unda-Usuk Bahasa

Putu Sutama, Maria Arina Luardini
This research aims to find out the Balinese language evolution in the lexicology field. The Balinese language has grown and improved since the Old Bali, Middle Bali, and New Bali periods. Within the period, the Balinese language absorbed vocabularies from other languages, particularly Javanese, such...
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Verbal Categories of Tae’ Language and Cognitive Models of Luwu People

Magfirah Thayyib
Different language categories result in different ways of thinking. This research aims at analyzing the verbal categories of Tae’ language and the pertinent cognitive models of Luwu People. It is an attempt to have a philosophical understanding of Tae’ language as one of the local languages in South...
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The Role of the Religious Leader in Combating Radicalism and Terrorism

(Discourse Analysis of the NU’s Da’wah Political Language)

Bambang Hariyanto
The government of Indonesia has developed anti-terrorism regulations, particularly since the Bali bombing in 2002. The regulation is prepared to counter radical ideologies, and for this reason, the government cooperates with many stakeholders, particularly religious institutions. The participation of...
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Safir-Whorf Hypothesis in Covid-19 Isolation Policy

Anthropological And Religiosity Constraints of Social Distancing in Indonesia

Khirjan Nahadi, Herman Wijaya, Roni Amrulloh
This article explains the reality of the constraints of applying Social Distancing policies in reducing the COVID-19 outbreak in Indonesia in terms of anthropological and religious contexts according to the Sapir-Whorf (HSW) Hypothesis. Referring to the experiences of several other countries implementing...
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Relationship Tolaki Language and Taloki Language

(Lexicostatistic Study)

La Ino, Yazid A.R.G, Samsul
Tolaki and Taloki are two languages spoken by people in Southeast Sulawesi Province. Taloki language is spoken in Maligano District of Muna Regency while Tolaki language is spoken in parts of Kendari City, Konawe District, South Konawe District. The data was collected with a questionnaire containing...
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Students’ Attitudes Towards Indonesian Varieties and Other Languages: A Case Study in Tangerang

Bernadette Kushartanti, Zakiyah, Nazarudin
This study investigates Indonesian-speaking students’ attittudes towards Standard Indonesian Colloquial Jakarta Indonesian, regional language, and foreign language. Participants in this study are students of secondary- and high schools (N=745) who live in Tangerang City and South Tangerang, neighboring...
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A Pragma-Stylistic Study of Illocutionary Act in Buginese Drama Texts

Ainun Fatimah, Kamsinah
Bugis language is one of the main regional languages in South Sulawesi Province as well as the fifth-largest regional language in Indonesia, after Javanese, Sundanese, Madurese, and Betawi languages. In this case, Bugis language, apart from being a daily spoken language, is also used in drama communication....
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Presentation Culture in the Digital Age: Online Identity Representation on Social Media

Agus Purnomo Ahmad Putikadyanto, Iswah Adriana, Agik Nur Efendi
Presentation culture relates to a habit or lifestyle that involves presenting themselves on social media. It appears to have gained popularity in recent times. Users can employ multiple, multimodal resources in the expression of their identity due to the recent technological capabilities of social media....
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Etnolech Determination of Toraja Community Kinship in a Foreign Land

Rita Tanduk, Elisabeth Mangera, Sallolo Suluh
This paper aims to describe the form of ethnolect speech of the Toraja people as a determining factor in kinship relations in overseas lands. This study uses a descriptive type of research. The methods used in data collection are free listening, recording, and note-taking methods. The data analysis method...
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News Headline on Alutsista on Online News Media

Ashari Hidayat
Online news media serve as the medium of distribution of information on primary equipment of weapon systems (alutsista). As the main part of the news of alutsista, headline contains information that will be readers’ initial focus. This research aims at explaining the patterns of clauses and a variety...
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Revealing the Meaning of Angel Napoleon (pomacanthus xanthometopon)

A Marine Ornamental Fish Based on Mythologies by Roland Barthes in Spemonde Archipelago, South Sulawesi Province

Yusri Muhammad Yusuf, Muhammad Darwis, Ikhwan M. Said, Asriani Abbas
The name of a fish is taken from its shape, characteristics or history. Unlike the naming of chemical compounds, for example, chemical nomenclature is a set of rules for chemical compounds that are arranged systematically based on the rules issued by the IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied...
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Betawi Adolescents’ Language Attitudes Towards Their Mother Tongue: A Sociolinguistic Perspective in Indonesia

Tadjuddin Nur
This study was aimed to examine the attitude of Betawi adolescents towards their mother tongue, the Indonesian, and foreign languages influence on using mother tongue for communication. This employed a descriptive quantitative design with a sociolinguistic approach. The respondents were drawn from cities...
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Walikan in the Linguistic Landscape of Malang: The Rise of a Local Youth Language

Nurenzia Yannuar, Yusnita Febrianti
Walikan, spoken in Malang, Indonesia, is used among the youth to articulate a shared identity. This paper aims to investigate the role of Walikan in the linguistic landscape of Malang through semiotic modes analysis. Our data include Walikan signage in the city of Malang, mainly in the form of business...
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Prefix Patterns of Toraja: Case Study of Sumarorong Language

Zakaria Zakaria, Akin Duli, Fathu Rahman, Mardi Adi Armin
The Sumarorong language is one of the Toraja languages in the Mamasa Regency, it is assumed to have the same variety of Simbuang language in the Tana Toraja. The phenomenal thing about this language is found in the varied morphological patterns in the prefixation process. This study uses a morphological...
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Phonetic and Phonotactic Analysis of Manggarai Language

Clara Herlina Karjo
Manggarai language is one of sixty-eight languages spoken in East Nusa Tenggara. This language is spoken in West Manggarai Regency which has Labuan Bajo as its capital. This language is unique in that it contains phonemes and phoneme combinations which are not found in Indonesian or its neighbouring...
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Form of Rejection in Buying and Selling Transactions in North Toraja

(Sociolinguistic Review)

Anastasia Baan, Roni La’biran
This research aims to describe the form of rejection language in buying and selling transactions in North Toraja. This research is qualitative. Data in the form of conversational parts of rejection language obtained from buying and selling transactions in North Toraja. Data is collected with (1) observation...
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Metonymic Use of Senayan in Indonesian Political Discourse

Muhammad Adam, Siti Hafsah
The use of metaphor and metonymy is pervasive in political discourse since it bridges the speaker/reader to its audience in delivering the message. This is also true in Indonesian political discourse, where various metonymies are used in political discourse, especially in media. This paper explores the...
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The Use of Verbal Language in Wardah Cosmetic Advertising

Somadi, dan Ikhwan M. Said
Advertising language is the language of communication between producers and consumers. Advertising language has the form of verbal and nonverbal language. Verbal language is the spoken and/or written language used in advertisements. Verbal language in advertising uses the form of sentences, persuasion...
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Verbal Communication of Indonesian Language in Students with Intellectual Disabilities at SDLBN 1 Kabupaten Maros

Johar Amir, Ratna Sari, Nensilianti, Ambo Dalle
This qualitative descriptive study critically traces (1) verbal communication features in the Indonesian language of children, or this case, students with intellectual disabilities at SLBDN 1 Kabupaten Maros (State Elementary School for Special Education 1 of Maros Regency); and (2) language function...
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Actor and Patient in Javanese and Indonesian Imperative Clauses

This paper discusses imperative clauses in Javanese and Indonesian, two genetically related languages in the Western Austronesian subfamily of the Austronesian languages family. The discussion focuses on the type of imperative clauses with two arguments, an actor and a patient, or imperative clauses...
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Representation of Students’ Politeness During Online Learning: A Case Study at IAIN Madura

Iswah Adriana, Agus Purnomo Ahmad Putikadyanto, Agik Nur Efendi
The study of politeness is very important to do on student speech to their lecturers in online lectures during this pandemic. The student’s utterances conveyed to their lecturers through the WhatsApp (WA) application sometimes ignore the politeness rule because it is done online. In this study, the researcher...
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Semantic Analysis of Government Regulations of South Sulawesi on Health Protocols During the Pandemic Covid-19

Naomi Patiung, Hermin Arrang, Sudarno Sudarno
Semantics is a branch of linguistics that studies a meaning in a language such as lexical or word meanings and structural meanings such as the meanings of declarative, interrogative, and imperative sentences used in a text to deliver messages for effective written communication. This study aims (1) to...
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Analysing Forensic Speaker Verification by Utilizing Artificial Neural Network

Susanto Susanto, Deri Sis Nanda
In this paper, we describe the use of Artificial Neural Network (ANN) to compute the acoustic features in analysing forensic speaker verification. In the computation, there are two datasets derived from speech recording of a simulated human trafficking crime, namely Forensic Evidence Data (FED) and Comparative...
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Conceptual Restrictions in Indonesian Grammar

A Cognitive Semantics Study

Thafhan Muwaffaq, Lusi Lian Piantari, Nuralika Dayan Hidayah, Siti Saniyah Kohar
The theoretical formulation on grammar as interlinked with cognitive mechanism has been accounted for by Talmy in the last two decades. This paper takes such theorization as its premise for twofold purposes, they are (1) to integrate as well as implement the Conceptual Structuring System to formulate...
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Myths in “Rokok Jablai”: Men’s Taste?

Edelleit Rose Widyatmoko
This study examines the concept of masculinity that forms a myth or perception about the phrase ‘Esse rokok jablai’ (cigarettes for prostitutes) in Indonesia. Aspects of masculinity that build these perceptions will be examined through texts and utterances circulating on Twitter using Roland Barthes’...
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Tolerant Speech in Multicultural Community Communication

Arief Rijadi
Building awareness of a harmonious and peaceful life in a multicultural society requires tolerant attitudes. This tolerance is one of the values that have been upheld since the Enlightenment period in the mid-18th century with the emergence of the conception of humanism, renaissance, and reform, especially...
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The Students’ Talk on Politeness and Impoliteness Interaction in Classroom

Andi Suwarni, Aulia Bestari
The purpose of this study was to examine how students used politeness and impoliteness in their classroom interactions. The study looks into the different sorts of politeness and impoliteness talk those students employ in class. This study was a descriptive qualitative study. The students in the English...
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Hate Speech and Local Cultural Values in Indonesia

Oktavianus Oktavianus
Hate speech is the use of language in speech events that tends to hurt the social relationships among the speakers of the language. Observing the bad impact caused by hate speech, this study is an attempt to discuss hate speech and local cultural values in Indonesia. The study was conducted by using...
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Discourse Analysis of Metri Wayang Gandrung Oral Tradition

Febri Taufiqurrahman, Karkono Karkono, Moh. Safii
Metri Wayang Gandrung is an oral tradition carried out by the people of Pagung Village, Kediri Regency when they have intentions and vows. This researcher was conducted by using qualitative and ethnographic methods. Data of spoken language was transcribed into a text of Metri Wayang Gandrung. The analysis...
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Symbolic Meanings in the Ritual Speech of Pattomateang Ceremony of Towani Tolotang Community in Ampatita Village, Sidrap Regency, South Sulawesi: An Anthropolinguistic Study

Simon Sitoto, Kamsinah, Astina Akkas
This study aims to reveal the symbolic meanings and values implied in the ritual speech of Pattomateang ceremony of Towani Tolotang community. The research was conducted in Amparita Village of Sidrap Regency. The informants were the people who knew well the subject matters related to the topic of discussion....
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Traces of Proto-Austronesian Language in Old Javanese Based on The Mṛwak Inscription (1108 Śaka/1186 AD)

Churmatin Nasoichah
The purpose of writing this article is to find out traces of the Proto Austronesian language in Old Javanese based on the Mṛwak Inscription. The method used is a qualitative method with a comparative historical linguistic study. The research to be conducted is also descriptive. This is because the results...
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Geminatization in Torajan Language

Resnita Dewi, Daud Rodi Palimbong
This research aims to describe geminatization in The Toraja language. This research is qualitatively descriptive. Data collected by (1) observation techniques, namely observing the use of Toraja language in the Tana Toraja region, (2) recording techniques, namely recording the use of Toraja language...
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Linguistic Landscape as a Means of Reinforcing Character Education for Senior High School Students

Eti Setiawati, Esti Junining
Language study in the public area known as Linguistic Landscape (LL) is a modern sociolinguistic study that consists of various branches. It includes language implicitly shown in traffic signs, advertisement boards, names of streets, names of areas, name of shops, public directions, and boards of notifications...
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Kontramitos in the Text of a Public Service Advertising in Bone Country: Roland Barthes Semiotics Analysis

Fatimah Fatimah, Tadjuddin Maknun, Ikhwan M.Said, Muhlis Hadrawi
Public service advertising issued by the government and BUMN is generally aimed at inviting the public as their target to have a view so that they will act and do something following the expectations of advertisers. Behind the myth that will be conveyed, an advertisement contains an ideology that will...
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Generative Phonology of Landawe Language

Wawan Marhanjono Mustamar, Sitti Agustina, Tambunan Tambunan
The Landawe language belongs to the Austronesian language group. The phonological study of the Landawe language includes phonological analysis; they are sound inventory, phoneme identification, phoneme distribution, and phoneme distinguishing characteristics. Sound inventory includes vocoid and contoid...
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The Deteriorating Register on Papalele Women Profession

Romilda Arivina da Costa, Falantino Eryk Latupapua
Papalele is a tradition where adult women of Ambon’s mountainous areas would sell crops. Nowadays, the number of papalele women that go around selling crops is decreased. This affects the deteriorating register in Ambonese Malay language (AML) concerning their profession. Based on that background, a...
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Discourse Forming Elements Bugis Language Humor: The Study of Oral Discourse To Liseé

M. Dalyan Tahir, M. Amir Pattu, Hunaeni, Ashima Cakka Matura
This study aims to describe the elements that make up the ada tongeng ‘precise words’ of oral discourse To Liseé’s. The source of the research data is the oral discourse To Lise which contains anecdotal elements. Data were collected through interviews, recording, and note-taking techniques. The next...
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Syntactic-Pragmatic Analysis of the Utterance of the Students to Their Lecturers Via Whatsapp

Tri Mastoyo Jati Kesuma, Ike Revita
The ways people communicate are delivering certain information. One of these ways is the use of sentence structure. Sentence structure is closely related to syntax, in which the elements of language are grammatically composed for certain intentions. This intention can be identified through a syntactic...
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Flora and Fauna in the Perspective of the Bajo Maritime Language and Culture Studies Language

Tajirah Umajjah, Ikhwan M. Said, Asriani Abbas
Bajo is a tribe that lives in the sea. The interaction pattern of the Bajo is on the sea which is the source of their life. The nomadic lifestyle (wandering or moving) made the Bajo feel a real change in their cultural life. The tribes who have a life with the sea since a long time ago, are scattered...
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Humour in Gus Mus’s Speeches

Islam Damai and Islam Petenthengan

Agung Pramujiono, Tri Indrayanti, Ira Eko Retnosari
Kyai Haji Ahmad Mustofa Bisri, known as Gus Mus, is a phenomenal cleric. Apart from being a scholar, he is also known as a writer and painter. As a scholar, Gus Mus’s speeches were soothing to the people and provided a lot of humour to build closeness with the congregation. This study aims to describe...
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Sangihe Family Vocative

An Adapting Tradition

Fierenziana Getruida Junus, Regina Florida Junus
The Sangihe language is one of the regional languages of Indonesia that is almost extinct [1]. The decline in the number of speakers and public awareness to use this language in daily communication weakens the vitality of this language. Even so, the Sangihe people who live in the Sangihe Islands and...
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The Competence of Non-Current Aphasic Patients on Language Modality Mastering (Repeat, Reading, and Writing) in Word Formation

Ikhwan M. Said
This paper aims to reveal how the development of the level of competence of aphasia sufferers is not smooth to three of the six modalities of language, namely repeating, reading, and writing. Descriptive analytical survey methods became the main choice in this study and were supported by cohort methods....
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Maanyan Language Internal Innovation

Siti Jamzaroh, Eka Suryatin, Achril Zalmansyah, Zainal Abidin
The aims of this reasearch are (1) to describe phonological innovations (internal) in the Maanyan language that contains Batapah Village (BMB), Malungai Village (BMM), Ipu Mea Village (BMI), and Warukin Village (BMW); (2) to describe the phonological changes or shifts that occur between the three dialects...
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Subordinative Clause with Lemun Marker in Sasak Language

Ida Ayu Putu Aridawati, Ida Bagus Rai Putra, Ni Putu Parmini
The word lemun ‘that’ is one of the conjunction markers in subordinate clauses, which can connect lingual units to form larger lingual units (connecting main clauses and subordinate clauses). The problems discussed, namely sentence construction with main clauses predicated on N-D verbs, sentence construction...
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The Use of the Makassar Dialect of Indonesian in the Native Speakers in the Gowa District

Asriani Abbas
Makassarese speakers are bilingual. They are generally domiciled in the southern part of South Sulawesi Province, especially in Gowa Regency. The alternation of Makassarese and Indonesian languages has the consequence of mutual influence at various levels, including the morphological level. This study...
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The Names of Traditional Minahasan Food as Immune Booster in the Covid-19 Pandemic

Rina P. Pamantung, I Nengah Sudipa
The traditional food of Minahasa is viewed as one of the perpetual and prolonged cultures considering its sustainable and continuously growing lexicon along with the changing life dynamics of North Sulawesi communities, especially the Minahasa. This article aims to analyze the traditional Minahasan food...
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Measuring the Vitality of Konjo Language in South Sulawesi Province of Indonesia

Sri Ningsih, Zulkhaeriyah Zulkhaeriyah
Generally, local languages in Indonesia are only used as spoken languages so the ability to survive is greatly influenced by their level of vitality. The number of local languages that are being threatened to be extinct is getting increased, especially for minority languages. This study aims to measure...
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Language Attitudes of Young Generation of Mandar, a Minority Migrant Community in Desa Baharu Utara, Kotabaru Regency

This research is aimed to describe the language attitude of the people of Mandar, a migrant community in Desa Baharu Utara, Kotabaru Regency. The community group chosen as the object of the research is the young generation (Generasi Muda or GM) of Mandar. Therefore, the respondents are 40 people in various...
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Lily Royor, Maengket, and Mah’zani Dance Song Lyrics in Minahasa

Victorien Katuuk, Rina P. Pamantung
Lily Royor, Maengket, and Mah’zani dances are the original Minahasa culture. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to review the lyrics of the dances of Lily Royor, Maengket, and Mah’zani. Two problems were discussed: 1) What are the linguistic form of the Lily Royor, Maengket, and Mahzani dance lyrics,...
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Minangkabau Language Mapping Verification in West Sumatra Province

Rita Novita, Winci Firdaus, Satwiko Budiono
The use of language has differences depending on geographical conditions and the surrounding environment. This is due to the use of language like waves so that language changes or variations are unavoidable. What’s more, the presence of different language contacts makes changes or variations of the language...
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Unen-Unen as a Javanese Proverb on Social Media: Lexical Meaning and Its Significance as a Means of Cultural Inheritance

Ani Rakhmawati, Rahayu Nur Istiana
Unen-unen is a traditional Javanese expression in the form of a series of words and phrases that contain special meanings. Unen-unen contains valuable messages derived from the educational values of the life of the ancestors. Along with the era of information technology, unen-unen is now often found...
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Compound Words in Arabic Mechanical Term

Darsita Suparno, Yani’ah Wardhani, Agus Nuryana, Nuryani
The paper reports on the results of a study purposing to observe the compound words in Modern Arabic Standard (MSA) found in Dictionaries of Arabic Mu’jam Handasat al-Mikanik al-Musowir in the subject of lexicography at 4th semester in the Arabic Translation Department. This study is purposed to describe...
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Translation Equivalence of text “Soushiki ni Kan Suru Manaa” Through Machine Translation (Google Translate)

Tetet Sulastri, Akin Duli, M. Amir P., Muhammad Hasyim
Machine translation referred to by the abbreviation MT is a branch of computational linguistics that investigates the use of software to translate text or speech from one language to another. This study discusses the translation equivalence of Japanese to Bahasa Indonesia in the text entitled “Soushiki...
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An Analysis of the First Language Interference in Speaking English of Sixth Semester Students of English Education Study Program of IAIN Bengkulu

Riswanto, Detty Lismayanti, Erna Wati, Ixsir Eliya
This research discusses about first language interference in speaking English of sixth semester students of English Education Study Program of IAIN Bengkulu. It is one of bilingualism aspects that occur when someone is learning English. In this case, the interference of Indonesian into English because...
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Utilization of the Corpus in Depicting Impoliteness in Indonesian on Social Media

Miftahulkhairah Anwar, Fathiaty Murtadho, Herlina Usman, Reny Heryanti, Fachrur Razi Amir
The use of social media is massively increased, but it has not been accompanied by the awareness of proper and polite language. As reported by the Tempo National Page, there were 476 complaints of hate speech on social media that were submitted to the Cyber Crimes of the Criminal Investigation Agency...
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A Cross-Cultural Communication in the Chant of Osong in “Rambu Soloq” Death Ceremony of Torajan Culture

Naomi Patiung, Simon Sitoto
This study aims to explain a cross-cultural communication between Torajan and Buginese cultures contained in a mourning song in Rambu Soloq ritual in Toraja, called Osong. This research is a participatory observational study conducted in Sa’dan Balusu District, North Toraja Regency. The data in the form...
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The Vitality of the Malayu Language on the Island of Lombok

Aditya Wardhani
This research is entitled “The Vitality of the Malayu Language on the Island of Lombok”. This research generally aims to provide an overview of the vitality of the Malayu language on the island of Lombok. The Malayu language on the island of Lombok is one of the minority languages on the island of Lombok....
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Sociolinguistic Demension of the Use of Beu Particles in Sunda Fiction Stories

Sundanese is a language that is rich in particles, including phatic particles. One of these particles is beu ‘express surprise’. Sundanese is one of the languages that knows the level of speech or steps of undak usuk. There are three levels of speech in Sundanese, namely familiar code, polite code for...
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Preservation and Significant Values of Cultural Heritage of the Tomb Complex of King Hadat Banggae in Ondongan, Majene Regency, West Sulawesi

Khadijah Thahir Muda, Yusriana, Nur Ihsan D.
At the site of the Tomb Complex of the Kings and Hadat Banggae in Ondongan, Majene Regency. It is the location of choice for archaeological research, the location is the basis for consideration because the site has relics of ancient tombs since the beginning of the development of Islam in Majene Regency....
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Lexical Resonance of Makassarese Language in the Text of Red Brick-Making S in Gowa District, South Sulawesi: Language and Cultural Perspective

Ery Iswary, Nur Muhlis
This paper is the result of research that discusses how the types of mantras are in each stage of the red brick manufacturing process and how the effects of the Makassar language lexical resonance contained in the mantra text have succeeded in supporting the family economy for the red brick making job...
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Changes in the Utilization of the Proto-Historical Landscape, Soppeng Regency, Indonesia

Muhammad Nur, Akin Duli, Yusriana
This research discusses the transition of the utilization of the landscape of the Proto-historic Soppeng Kingdom. In this discussion, Sewo as a megalith site is the focus because from this site the buffer villages of the 14th century Soppeng kingdom originated. The methods used are archaeological, ethnographic,...
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Puang as Form of Address to Maintain Harmony in Social Interaction

The greeting is a form of language behavior in social interaction that cannot be denied. However, greeting research has not been done much, especially in maintaining social relationships. This article aims to explore the use of the Puang greeting as a tool for social interaction in South Sulawesi. The...
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Argument Structure in Indonesian Passive Voice

Universal Grammar Analyses

Kamsinah Kamsinah, Muhammad Darwis, Ainun Fatimah, Muhammad Ali Imran
In linguistic research, Indonesian language is claimed as a language that is marginalized in its study. Also, from universal grammar study, Indonesian, particularly Indonesian passive voice does not seem to have been discussed properly. Therefore, this paper aims at explaining that Indonesian passive...