Local Wisdom in Javanese Language and Culture expressed by the Javanese Coastal Community of Banjar Kemuning Village of Sidoarjo (An Ethnolinguistic Study)
Umar Chafidhi, Wakit Abdullah, Dwi Purnanto
Available Online August 2019.
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- local wisdom; verbal and nonverbal expressions, ethnolinguistics
- This study aims to explore the local wisdom in Javanese language and culture related to verbal expression and expression of nonverbal coastal communities in the village of Banjar Kemuning Regency. Sedati district of Sidoarjo. This was designed with the ethnographic method as the analytical model, namely the ethno science model. It is a typical descriptive qualitative research. The researcher used a phenomenological thinking strategy. This study concludes that it is expected to be able to reveal various meanings reflected from verbal and nonverbal expressions of the fishing community and pond farmers, which contain local wisdom in it. Through verbal expressions found in the coastal communities of Sidoarjo especially Banjar Kemuning village, it contains geographical wisdom (geographic wisdom), cultural wisdom (cultural wisdom), strategic wisdom, education wisdom, moral wisdom, and wisdom economic wisdom. Besides verbal expressions, there are also nonverbal expressions. This nonverbal expression is done as a means to invoke convenience and as a form of gratitude to God the Almighty. Nonverbal expressions such as in a tradition "nyadran" which is believed to be a sea alms of thanks giving for marine products and abundant ponds. The device "sajen" (‘offerings) is carried out in the middle of the sea which is believed to be "danyang" (‘guard’) which is a form of social wisdom. Other nonverbal expressions influenced by Islamic culture are shown by giving alms in the form of a "bancaan" tradition in the of seafood "iwak dorang" ('dorang fish'), "kerang" (shellfish), "iwak ancolan" ('Sembilang fish'), " urang "('shrimp'), and" kpeteng "('crab') as well as farms such as" iwak bandeng "('bandeng') and" urang "('shrimp').
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TY - CONF AU - Umar Chafidhi AU - Wakit Abdullah AU - Dwi Purnanto PY - 2019/08 DA - 2019/08 TI - Local Wisdom in Javanese Language and Culture expressed by the Javanese Coastal Community of Banjar Kemuning Village of Sidoarjo (An Ethnolinguistic Study) BT - Fifth Prasasti International Seminar on Linguistics (PRASASTI 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 303 EP - 307 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/prasasti-19.2019.52 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/prasasti-19.2019.52 ID - Chafidhi2019/08 ER -