Proceedings of the Fifth Prasasti International Seminar on Linguistics (PRASASTI 2019)

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Discourse Analysis on Reading Communism Via Independent Documentary Soundtracks

Mohd. Nor Shahizan Ali
Regarding the issue of independent documentary, the key question to be considered is whether the message conveyed to target groups or intended audiences is fully achieved. The usage of soundtracks to convey the message of an independent documentary is seen as an added value for audiences to digest the...
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The Assesment and Reserach on Translation Studies

Anam Sutopo
This article aims at describing the development of translation theories, presenting the assessment in translation studies and describing the current paradigm of the research on translation. This article is written based on the qualitative approach. The data are taken from documents and informants. The...
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Translating Texts by Means of Discourse Analysis Informed by Systemic Functional Linguistics

Tri Wiratno
This paper is concerned with putting into practice Systemic Functional Linguistics (SFL) as a tool of discourse analysis in translation with a particular reference to translating English texts into Indonesian. The texts selected to be analyzed belong to exposition and report genres. From the translation...
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House-made Writing Style Guide: Reflecting on the Practice Around Academic Text Writing in an Indonesian University Context

Yazid Basthomi
This paper addresses some issues around academic culture within the context of an Indonesian higher education. It makes a case of the revision of a house-made writing style guide implicated by the new governmental policy which has to do with academic text writing practice, including that of undergraduate...
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Language of Disaster and Society: The Socio-Emotional Functions of Language after Natural Disaster

Adi Suryani, Soedarso Soedarso
Natural disasters are frequently inevitable. They destroy many social structures, infrastructure, environment and lives. Moreover, disasters evoke mixed feelings of sadness, anxiety, anger, loss, fear, even trauma. These emotions may impede community capacities to recover from disaster adversity. After...
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The Forms of Language Units That Children With Autism Can Produce As Their Expressive Skill in The Learning Process at SLB Negeri Surakarta

Ahfi Hikmawati, Djatmika Djatmika, Sumarlam Sumarlam
Expressive skill is a verbal language skill to interact with other people. The ability of children with autism to express ideas in their mind can indicate that their receptive, as well as productive ability, works effectively. The purpose of this research is to describe the forms of language units that...
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Analysis of Nominalization in Proceeding Abstract in Linguistics (Systemic Functional Linguistic Approach)

Aisyah Hafsah Saffura
Abstracts in Proceedings have the purpose of knowing the entire contents that will have been studied. Therefore, it is very important for readers to read Abstracts, before reading the entire contents of the proceedings. The abstract should be able to conclude and contain the essence of what will / has...
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Semiotics Analysis of the Landscape Reconstruction of Medang Kamulan Ancient Sites Grobogan - Central Java

Andi Sungkowo, Niken Wirasanti
This study examined the landscape of the Medang Kamulan site in Banjarejo Village, District of Gabus, Grobogan-Central Java, which is often mentioned as the center of ancient Mataram kingdom. This opinion is based on the toponym of Medang (Kamulan) which is identical to the signifier of the Ancient Mataram...
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Appreciation for Raja Ampat in the Official Website of Indonesian Tourism: Ecolinguistic Study

Arina Isti'anah
Tourism is one of the ways for the government to promote the country’s culture as well as nature. The language found in the official website of Indonesian tourism is powerful to persuade people to visit the country’s tourism destinations, one of which is Raja Ampat. The existence of its nature is an...
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Swear Words and Solidarity in Ampenan Communities

Baiq Anita Rahmi
This research was intended to analyze the sociolinguistic phenomenon in Ampenan communities. This research focused on what types of swearwords Ampenan communities used to use, in what context they do swearing and the implication in their social relationship within the communities. This study uses a qualitative...
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Nuclear Relations in Construing the Character of Percy Jackson

Bayu Budiharjo, M.R. Nababan, Riyadi Santosa, Tri Wiratno
One of the systems within a language is system of ideation. It deals with how human experience is construed in discourse (Martin & Rose, 2007: p. 73). Included in the system are nuclear relations, materializing at the rank of clause and below clause. Through nuclear relations, experiential meaning in...
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The Variation of Indonesian First Person Pronouns by Indonesian-speaking Children

Bernadette Kushartanti, Adinda Saraswati, Untung Yuwono
This paper discusses the variation of Indonesian first person singular pronouns which is related to the acquisition of sociolinguistic competence. The question to be addressed in this study is: to what extent the pronouns are used by Indonesian-speaking children? This study aims to describe the use of...
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Response to Adriani & Kruyt (1914) About the Features of South Halmahera - West New Guinea Feature

Burhanuddin Burhanuddin, Mahyuni Mahyuni, Sukri Sukri
This article intends to respond to the views of Dutch Scholars Adriani and Kruyt (1914) on the two phonological characteristics of South Halmahera-West New Guinea (SHWG). Methodologically the interview method was used to collect 200 basic vocabulary and 500 cultural vocabulary in six South Halmahera...
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The Alignment of the Editorial of Media Indonesia “Membatasi Gerak Bandit Politik” on May 13th, 2019

Dhion Meitreya Vidhiasi
The role of media in reporting something could decide how people may act regarding the news. The Presidential election of Indonesia may be considered as one national event that draws huge attention of the people of Indonesia or even other countries. The election has been done on April 17th, 2019 and...
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Repetition As Lexical Aspect of Autism Therapist in Speech Therapy Process

Dian Anik Cahyani, Sumarlam Sumarlam, Djatmika Djatmika, Dwi Purnanto
Repetition as one of lexical aspect is a repetition of lingual units such as sounds, syllables, words, or part of words that are considered important to give pressure in an appropriate context. Speech therapy process was used by autism therapist to give some treatment to the autism child so they can...
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Introverted and Extroverted Students' Learning Attitude in Chinese Speaking Class

Dian Prasetyo Adi
In communicating, personality is divided into two major types: introvert and extrovert. Each type of personality has its own learning attitude. Speaking class requires each student to participate actively in class activities so that each student dares to speak. However, because the learners' personality...
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A Morphological Study of Sign Language: Reduplication in Kata Kolok

Dian Rahmani Putri
Reduplication is part of a morphological process carried out by repetition of basic or affixed words, both in the form of full repetition and partial repetition. Reduplication is found in spoken language, namely the language spoken. This research is an experimental development in which researchers try...
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Do Teachers’ Non-Verbal Behaviors Support the Verbal Production of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)?

Djatmika Djatmika, Agus Hari Wibowo, Sugini Sugini
This paper discusses non-verbal strategies performed by teachers to stimulate children with autism spectrum disorders in producing verbal expressions. Four learning processes were selected for the study. All classes consist of verbal children with autism, and each class was executed by different teacher....
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The Use of Language in the Creative Industries in Islamic Affinity

Dwi Atmawati
Creative activities deal with renewal effort in particular fields. Creativity usually contains arts value in product result. Kinds of creativity are various such as in language use. Dealing with creativity in language use, this research is conducted. This research reveals how far the language study has...
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Use of Animal Metaphors in Javanese Language within Tengger Society

Dwi Handayani
Language is a verbal product produced by humans to communicate with each other as a form of social interaction. Language helps humans to think regularly, patterned and systematically. Humans can express their meanings and feelings through language verbally and in written form. Javanese language has varied...
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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
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...
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The Use of Javanese as a Tool of Expression for Solidarity Politeness in the Ethnic Chinese Community in the Javanese Arek Cultural Area

Edy Jauhari, Dwi Purnanto
This paper investigates the use of Javanese as a tool of expression for solidarity politeness in the ethnic Chinese community in the Javanese Arek cultural area. The objective is to understand what kind of Javanese language tends to be used as a tool for expressing solidarity politeness and the contexts...
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Compound on the Name of Plant in Rote Language of the Dengka Dialect

Efron Erwin Yohanis Loe
The title of this research is ‘Compound on the Name of Plant in Rote Language of the Dengka Dialect’. The research problems that are analyzed are how the process of compound takes place and the structure of compound word on the name of plant in Rote language of the Dengka dialect. The analysis of compound...
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Local Wisdom in The Expression of The Written Batik Lexicon in Lasem (Ethnolinguistic Study)

Ermi Dyah Kurnia, Ni'am Krisna Windarti
Batik art in each region has its own characteristics that represent the culture of the community. Lasem Batik is one of the kind of coastal batik, which has a great influence on Chinese culture, thus making Lasem batik has its own distinctive characteristics compared to other areas. In the world of Lasem...
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Yang in the Question and Answer Sentences of Bahasa

F.X. Sawardi, Chattri Sigit Widyastuti
In Indonesian grammar, yang used only with question words siapa ‘who’ and apa ‘what’, in specific position, like in Siapa yang menulis surat? ‘Who wrote the letter?’, and Surat apa yang ditulis oleh Ali? ‘What kinds of letter did Ali wrote?’. Yang did not used in the sentences Kamu mencari siapa (*yang)?...
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Phonological Changes of Place Names in Java

I Dewa Putu Wijana
This paper is intended to describe various types of phonological changes which constitute one of important causes for the Javanese speakers failing to identify the meaning of several place names which exist in their surroundings despite the rare use of Old Javanese, Sanskrit, and other foreign borrowings....
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Oral Communication in Literary Communities in East Java

Ida Bagus Putera Manuaba
The Indonesian literary community in East Java has experienced very rapid development. Especially in recent developments, the literary community continues to grow and increase in the East Java region--and at the same time develops literary publishing institutions. In this community, interactions between...
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A Study of Symbolism Penganjeng Aik Tradition of Sasak in East Lombok

Indra Indra
“Penganjeng Aik” is tradition of Sasak in East Lombok to treatment a disease. “Penganjeng Aik” is one way of community in Sasak, especially in East Lombok to treat a disease. The study focuses on simbolysm Penganjeng Aik Tradition which still exists today. There is a value of religion and the social...
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The Deficit Deixis of the Children With Speech Delay

Ira Eko Retnosari
This article aims to describe the deficit of deixis of the children with speech delay. The approach used in this article is qualitative with descriptive method. The data of this article are words that can give a description of deixic deficits. Data collection techniques used in this article are (a) observations,...
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Classification of Swear Words in Javanese Used by East Java People

Istianatul Hikmah
Swear words relates to types of words used by someone to express their anger. Those words were analyzed in this study using qualitative method. It was used to collect, analyze, and present the result of the study. In addition, the data of this study were collected using interview method with in depth...
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Diction and Social Status in the Sasak Language

Istikhorini Atika
Having purpose to explain about varied diction in Sasak language that emerge towards different social status in Sasak community, by using purposive sampling technique, several people who have diverge social status in community and applied sasak language were concerned as the sample. This study was gathered...
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Jangkrik: Taboo Language Use at Comical Interlude in Javanese Shadow Puppet Performance

Latif Amrullah
This paper aims to explore the reason why taboo language use is frequent during the comical interlude in Javanese shadow puppet performances. The data were taken from a recorded shadow puppet performance in East Java. During the recording, there is much taboo language use by the comedians and the puppeteer....
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Comparing Logical Metaphor as Conjunctive Relation in the Novel Pride and Prejudice and Its Indonesian Version

Liwenlin Liwenlin, M.R. Nababan, Riyadi Santosa
According to Martin Rose (2007), logical metaphor can be realized as a conjunction to relate activities and organize texts. However, when doing the translation, the translator probably may ignore this particular element. This study was designed to analyze and compare logical metaphor in the novel Pride...
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A Representation of Javanese Culture in Pasung Jiwa and Entrok Novel by Okky Madasari: The Study of Clifford Geertz Interpretive Symbolic

Marendra Setia Nugraha
Pasung Jiwa (2013) and Entrok (2010) written by Okky Madasari has symbolic element. The focus and purpose of the study is to understand the interpretive symbolic by Clifford Geertz in Pasung Jiwa and Entrok novel by Okky Madasari through plans, recipes, rules, and instructions. This study uses descriptive-qualitative...
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The Habit of Taking Jamu by Brata Pesisir Community in Pamekasan Madura

Moch. Ali, Jurianto Jurianto, Sri Ratnawati
This study discusses the preservation of Ajhemo Tradition among the people of Branta Pesisir, Pamekasan, Madura. Ajhemo, another term for drinking herbal medicine, is a traditional medical practice that has been existing for generations. This prevailing habit cannot be separated from the socialization...
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Cancelling and Refusal Strategy used by the Grab Driver of Lombok When Interacting with Customers

Musniati Musniati
This study discusses the speech act of refusing as made by Lombok Grab drivers when interacting with customers. The field observation and library research was used as the design of this study. The interview was used as an instrument by interviewing 10 participants of Grab driver in Lombok and 10 participants...
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The Meanings of Idiomatic Expressions with the Names of Animals in Russian Language

Nia Kurnia Sofiah
Idiomatic Expressions can enrich the speech and make the speech becomes more interesting. The ability to apply the idiomatic expressions shows that the person has an advance level of the language comprehension and fluency. This happens since the structures and the meanings of the idiomatic expressions...
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A Comparative Study on Chinese and Indonesian Greeting Culture in Multicultural Society

Quinta Avenida
Greetings is one of the most important part in starting a communication. When meeting someone, we tend to do an interactive activity such as saying or doing something as an act to establish a good social relationship. If not, communication activities are difficult to begin or cannot be carried out smoothly....
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The Influence of L1 Phonological and Orthographic System in L2 Pronunciation: a Study of Brebes Javanese Learners of English

Rahmatika Dewi, Pratiwi Tri Utami, Nurul Hasanah
The First Language (L1) interference is one of the influential factors that may cause acquisition problems of Second Language (L2) learners. This study was conducted considering L1 may influence L2 spelling acquisition. It was aimed to investigate the influence of Brebes Javanese phonological and orthographic...
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Segmental Sound Changes Produced by Madurese EFL Learners

Rida Wahyuningrum
In producing speech of other than mother tongue, the term bilinguals might fit the condition where an EFL learner is trying to use two different languages alternately. It is has come into common recognition that Madurese people are typically identified for their accent when they speak other than their...
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The Perspective of Student's Character in English Teaching at the Faculty of Agriculture Teuku Umar University

Rina Syafitri
In the University, character education is a concept of education that should be integrated in all subject, including English. English teaching is a complicated task which requires sufficient resources and skillful teaching; which in turn, necessitates considering all cognitive, affective, and social...
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Classification of Tuber Plants in Sasak Language

Saharudin Saharudin, Mahsun Mahsun, Rahmad Hidayat, Ahmad Sirulhaq
This study aims to (1) identify and inventory the lexicon and (2) describe the ethnobotany classification and nomenclature system. The identification and inventory of lexicons are intended to determine the shape and number of lexicons of tubers in the Sasak language. The description of the ethnobotany...
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Procedures for Traditional Guidance in the Serat Wewaton Keraton Yogyakarta: A Sociolinguistics Study

Saras Yulianti, Mulyana Mulyana
Yogyakarta Special Territory is a region using Javanese for the daily communication. Javanese also becomes a part of the formation of cultural context, in which the language to convey the customs is perfomed well. The purpose of this research is to describe the procedures of visiting Yogyakarta Palace...
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The Participle Construction in Passive-Form Russian Sentences

Sari Endahwarni, Njaju Jenny Malik
Participle (причастие /pričastie/) in the Russian language is a particular form of verb, which is the most intricate grammar of the Russian language. This article explores the participle construction in passive sentences found in a commerce article in magazine. It is an electronic magazine...
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“Pahlawan Top Up”: An Advertisement to Enhance the National Non-cash Movement

Savira Mega Putri, Ayu Nurulhaq Putri
Advertising is so familiar in the modern era that people can see it almost everywhere. Advertising is not only about commercial promotion of products, but also comprises the idea of texts with particular intention to elevate the image of an individual, group or organization. The medium of advertisement...
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The Power of One Language Critical Discourse and Interaction Process Analysis of the Tower of Babel in Genesis Text 11: -9

Sonny Eli Zaluchu
A tablet from the 6th century BC succeeded in revealing the giant six-level Ziggurat which became known as the Tower of Babel. According to the biblical text narrative in Genesis 11: 1-9, the construction of the Ziggurat was successful because the perpetrators were in one Babylonian language. If this...
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Language and Cultural Identity of the People of Bawean Island

Sri Wiryanti Budi Utami, Bea Anggraini
The similarity of Bawean people's utterances to the Madurese lays on a reason that the Bawean people are often equally associated with Madurese. However, the Bawean people dislike being equally perceived as Madurese. The tradition of wandering, ethnic diversity and migrants on Bawean Island have been...
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Why is Humor Funny?

Sulistyarini Sulistyarini
Language has been found to handle communication easily around the world. The main function of communication is as a means of communication mentioned above and also to express thoughts, feelings, ideas or opinions about anything happened in the society. Concerning with that, humor can be as a medium to...
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Will Ideology Compete or Unite? Form and Function of Linguistic Landscape of Public and Private School in Malang City, East Java

Sumarlam Sumarlam, Dwi Purnanto, Dany Ardhian
The presence or absence of a language in public space represents the strength or weakness of social group along with their ideology. School is the basis on which ideology is constructed through education. The use of language in school nameplate plays a role in the construction of ideology which leaves...
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Kindergarten Teachers’ Directive Speech Acts for Parenting towards their Students In the Teaching-Learning Process in Yogyakarta

Surono Surono, Sumarlam Sumarlam, Tri Wiratno, Sri Marmanto
This preliminary study is intended to find out the types of directive speech acts produced by the kindergarten teachers for parenting towards the students, to know the sentence types used by the teachers in the directives and to reveal the lingual and nonlingual markers are indicating the parenting for...
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Language Skills in Bahasa Indonesia Learning Textbook Class X Curriculum of 2013 Revised Edition

Tri Santosa, Duwi Saputro, Atiqa Sabardila, Markhamah Markhamah, Abdul Ngalim
Diversity of language skills in Bahasa Indonesia learning is an important part. The more diverse language skills mastered by the students, the more complete the language skills the students have. This research aims to describe the language skills contained in the Bahasa Indonesia Textbook for Class X...
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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
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...
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Political Discourse Analysis in Translation of Speech Texts on "One Belt One Road (OBOR)"

Adinda Natassa Valentine Hutabarat
A Political Discourse Analysis (PDA) is an approach used in this study to analyze China’s political speech on “One Belt One Road (OBOR)”. The speech texts on OBOR as a case study is analyzed through a written interview with the Chinese scholars and mainly is aimed to analyze the translators’ works as...
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University Image Building through Online News Reports

Agus Dwi Priyanto, Diah Kristina, Susilorini Susilorini
Currently, Indonesia is managing more than 4,397 higher education institutions (HEIs), eleven of which are pushed to meet the international standards. One of the standards is the presence of international students and international faculty staffs. These two indicators are also used by the ministry to...
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Do Teenage Writers Figure Their Stories?

Agus Hari Wibowo, Djatmika Djatmika
This article discusses types of figures of speech used by teenage writers in their story texts. Eighteen writers as students of Junior High Schools were selected to get a training of how to effectively exploit Indonesian language to compose a story text. Data in the forms of figures of speech were collected,...
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Directive Speech Acts on Ulaon Unjuk in Batak Toba Custom: Gender Perspective

Christina Natalina Saragi, Sumarlam Sumarlam, Agus Hari Wibowo, Sri Marmanto
In Batak Toba culture, women are not permitted to speak in any cultural ceremonies, except in traditional marriage ceremonies, namely manuppaki (giving donations) and mangulosi (giving ulos-a traditional Batak Toba cloth) where they are equal to man in term of giving advices. This research aims to find...
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Direct-Indirect Directive Illocutionary Act in Makkiyyah Verses

Hanifullah Syukri
This research is motivated by the point of view where the research using scriptures as the object of the study has an important role, especially in Linguistics. Utterances written in the scriptures are able to lead their followers to have their lifestyle based on the scriptures. Therefore, it can be...
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Intensity and Politeness in the Interrogative Sentences of Javanese Language

Hesti Widyastuti, F.X. Sawardi, Henry Yustanto
Intensity is the highest distance between the neutral lines and the curve of a wave. This magnitude is often called amplitude. A sound or speech that has a high intensity or large-amplitude, then the sound or speech utterance will be increasingly loud (Rogers, 2013). In certain societies, especially...
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The Analysis of Booster Expression in Complaining Speech Act

Ilham Ilham, M.R. Nababan, Diah Kristina, Tri Wiratno
Complaint speech act is part of expressive speech acts. However, these potentially threaten the face of the hearer. The speaker will use boosters expression in complaining strategy to express their emotion. Boosters expression as a linguistic marker is not only appeared in real life communication but...
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Criticism Strategy: Pragmatic Competence English Department Students Need to Acquire

Indrawati Indrawati
Departing from Leech’s definition of criticism as an expression of Speaker’s psychological act toward Hearer’s inappropriate conduct (Leech, 1983) in a communication as a risk to face (Scollon R and Suzanne Wong Scollon, 2001) … strategy of criticism as pragmatic competence could be realized (Nguyen,...
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Bataknese’ Politeness Strategy in Marhata Sinamot (Dowry Bargaining)

Lastri Wahyuni Manurung, Sumarlam Sumarlam, Dwi Purnanto, Sri Marmanto
A bargaining usually happened in a market, but in this research it happened in marhata sinamot. It was one of the step from Bataknese wedding ceremony that discussed about dowry as one from other topic in marhata sinamot. The imposition is higher when the object to bargain was women with different educational...
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Discourse Structure of Dialogic Da’wah in the City of Surakarta

Miftah Nugroho
This article describes the structure of discourse that is formed from speech events in the discourse of dialogic da’wah (preaching). Data is obtained by nonparticipatory observation methods and record methods. Data analysis is based on the Birmingham School of Discourse Analysis theory. The findings...
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The Use of Speech Acts in Indonesian Teenlit: A Teenager’s Restlessness bout the Issue of Unity and Diversity

Muhammad Al Hafizh, Desvalini Anwar
Literary works are not created in cultural emptiness, but they are created because they are needed by humans. Literature has a dual function to entertain and benefit humans. Literature entertains by presenting beauty and imagination, besides that literature also has social functions as means to convey...
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Compliment response strategy of Balinese women on social media: A Cyberpragmatic Study

Ni Wayan Sartini
This study is a cyberpragmatic study since it analyzes a pragmatic aspect in the cyberworld, that is social media. Social media has penetrated all people in the world, and Balinese community is no exception. This study aims at describing the strategy Balinese women utilize in responding compliment on...
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Refined Language Maintenance among Members of Nobel Sasak Family at Bertais

Nurlaela Hasanah
This paper is attempted at investigating whether or not speech level is still used and maintained in the communication among members of the noble Sasak family, what the linguistic features of the refined language are maintained, and what factors affecting the maintenance of the refined language. the...
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An Analysis of The Speech Acts in Anthology of Short Stories “9 dari Nadira” by Leila S. Chudori

Ratna Susanti, Nugraheni Eko Wardani
The study of meaning in context is the core of pragmatics. In fact, the context of the language of any literary work may be felt in the text but not all the time, since understanding literary works may be dependent on cultural contexts that are not found in the text. Hence the paralinguistic and extra...
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Politeness Strategy of FTA Receiver: Pragmatic Study of Speech Act of KBJ VI Participants

Suyami Suyami, Djatmika Djatmika, Sumarlam Sumarlam, Dwi Purnanto
This paper discusses about the strategy of politeness for FTA (face-threatening act) receiver in facing and responding ‘face-threatening act’ addressed to them. This article is resumed from research result to speech act of KBJ VI participants. It is known that the speech act of KBJ VI participants were...
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The Translation of Durative Aspect of French into Indonesian

Sajarwa Sajarwa
Translation is the process of transferring messages of the source language text into the target language text. The transfer of messages in the translation process is always characterized by differences in the culture of the source language and the target language. Language is part of culture, and culture...
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Translating Children’s Illustrated Story Books: Challenges in Translating Linguistic and Cultural Aspects by Students of English Diploma 3 Program UNS at Ganesa Library

Ardianna Nuraeni, Nur Saptaningsih, Muhammad Taufiq Al Makmun
Ganesa Library (GL) is a Non-Government Organization in Central Java that serves local people more than 3,000 books collection, 70% written in Bahasa Indonesia and 30% in English ( The latter, which consists of various types of books such as novels, comics, children’s story...
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The Communicative Dynamism in the Book of Iḥyā’ Ulūmid-dīn: Case Study in Arabic - Javanese Translation

Muhammad Yunus Anis
This research will elaborate the sentences in the book of Iḥyā’ Ulūmid-dīn (IU) written by Imam Al-Ghazali. The first problem will investigate the character of sentences in the IU based on the Arabic and Javanese Syntax elements. The second problem will elaborate the communicative dynamism in the IU...
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Figurative Languages Found in Folktales Written by Native and Non-Native Writers

Ribut Surjowati
This paper is aimed at investigating the use of figurative language in folktales translated by native and non native folktale writers and how these figurative language supports the coherence of the stories. Figurative language is used with the purpose to serve three elements of clarity, forth and beauty...
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Transitivity of Smile in Laskar Pelangi

Rini Yuliana, Riyadi Santosa, Sumarlam Sumarlam, Tri Wiratno
This study aims to look closely transitivity of simile in Laskar Pelangi. It applies SFL theory from Halliday. The data are taken from novel Laskar Pelangi by Andrea Hirata. Research method is descriptive qualitative. The data analyses were configured into three phases as suggested by Spradley (2016)...
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Assertive Speech Acts as Strategy Revealing Impoliteness: A Case of Translation Quality in Translated Novels The Silkworm and The Cuckoo’s Calling

Yoyok Sabar Waluyo, M.R. Nababan, Riyadi Santosa, Djatmika Djatmika
This research is a translation study trying to explore how assertive speech acts could be used for revealing impoliteness. In many situation impoliteness as a strategy of speech act aims at disharmony interactions. The disharmony was indicated by their utterances used in interaction. The goals could...