The Use of Language Variation in Friday Prayer Sermon in Accordance with the Congregations Social Stratification in East Java: A Sociolinguistics Study
Eddy Sugiri, Syamsul Sodiq, Ali Yusuf
Available Online August 2019.
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- language variations; sermons; friday prayers; sociolinguistics; East Java
- The purpose of this study was to describe the language variations in friday prayer sermons based on social stratification of pilgrims in mosques in the East Java Province, Indonesia. This study used a qualitative descriptive method with the setting as it is (natural setting) which basically described qualitatively in the form of words . The object of this study was the oral text of the sermon on friday prayers in the mosques of the East Java Province, among others in the areas of Madiun, Jombang, Surabaya, Bangkalan, and Jember. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling. Each area was taken by one mosque during friday prayer. The data collection technique uses record and technique notes. In addition, structured interview techniques using questionnaires were also given to 10 respondents in each mosque. So, the number of respondents is around 50 pilgrims. These data are sorted (classified), analyzed, then concluded. The results of the study prove that most (80%) oral texts on sermon friday prayers in mosques in the East Java Province use a variety of mixed languages, namely Indonesian and Arabic. Whereas, in Jombang region uses mixed language, namely Indonesian, Arabic, and Javanese. In Bangkalan, Madura, friday sermon sermons use mixture language, namely Indonesian, Arabic, and Madurese. The use of mixed language in friday sermons is in accordance with the social stratification of the congregation.
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TY - CONF AU - Eddy Sugiri AU - Syamsul Sodiq AU - Ali Yusuf PY - 2019/08 DA - 2019/08 TI - The Use of Language Variation in Friday Prayer Sermon in Accordance with the Congregations Social Stratification in East Java: A Sociolinguistics Study BT - Fifth Prasasti International Seminar on Linguistics (PRASASTI 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 135 EP - 139 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/prasasti-19.2019.21 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/prasasti-19.2019.21 ID - Sugiri2019/08 ER -