Kumpulan Skripsi & Artikel Jurnal Ilmiah

2009

The Use of taboo words by Sangiherese living at Perak Surabaya

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Author : LOUISA, YOLANDA

This research is a study of using taboo words by Sangiherese living at Perak Surabaya. The thesis writer is interested in analyzing Sangiherese taboo words because of the curiosity about things that make Sangiherese use taboo words easily in a conversation. Then, she develops this idea into three main questions, those are the classification of Sangiherese taboo words, the reasons for using taboo words and the circumstances which cause Sangiherese use taboo words. In order to answer the questions that mention above the writer use observation and questionnaire as the methodology based on Wardhaugh?s theory that is the major theory. In the finding, from the classification of the Sangiherese taboo words, the writer found out that certain game animal become the main taboo word that Sangiherese mostly use in their conversation. In order to find out the reason, the writer use the theory of SPEAKING by Hymes (1972) that is about the message for forms and content of what is said, how they are used (the Act Sequence), the writer found out that discontent become the main reason why Sangiherese use taboo words easily in their conversation. Furthermore, to find out the circumstances, the writer is still using the theory of SPEAKING by Hymes that is the Act Sequence, here the writer found out that when Sangiherese getting emotional toward something or someone. they start t o mock by using taboo words in the conversation

Keyword : sociolinguistic, taboo, sangiherese, perak, surabaya

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/2921/

Literary and sociolinguistic approaches to the study of Yank’s character in O’Neill’s the Hairy Ape

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Author : IRAWAN, LENIWATI

One’s language can reflect one’s character. In O’Neill’s The Hairy Ape, the author is trying to show many things about the main character. The writer is, therefore, tempted to know deeper about Yank, the main character in The Hairy Ape, eg: about Yank’s character, social background, and reasons why Yank uses different kind of sentences in different settings. Due to the fact that language is unseparable from society, the writer is trying to dig up the content of the play to get as much information as she can in order to be able to know deeper about the main character’s social background which can later be related to the language used by the character. After doing the analysis, the writer of this thesis is finally able to know that Yank comes from low social background. The writer is also able to describe the character of Yank after relating the social background of Yank and the language used by him. The writer is finally able to conclude that Yank is at first full of self-confidence; however, towards the end of the play, Yank gradually loses his self-confidence.

Keyword : character of yank, social background of yank, sociolinguistic

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/1188/

Sociolinguistic and literary approaches to the study of Katherina’s character change in Shakespear’s taming of the shrew

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Author : , SIDNIWATI

Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew is the portrayal of women’s behaviour which is not supposed to be done. Shakespeare tried to disclose women’s bad temper through the character of Katherina, a shrew. In this thesis, the writer would like to find out whether or not Katherina’s language reflects her character. Katherina’s language before her character change is reflected in her use of coarse language which includes taboo words, sarcasms, and impolite terms of address. In changing Katherina’s character, Shakespeare used the character Petruchio who finally succeeded in taming her bad habit. Through sociolinguistic approach the writer of this thesis tries to analyze the social factors of her conversations. The writer would like to prove that Katherina’s character change is refelcted in the change of her language. Katherina’s language after her character change is reflected in the use of refined language – euphony, and formal terms of address. Her use of refined language shows that she has totally changed, from shrewish to unshrewish.

Keyword : sociolinguistic, character of katherina, shakespeare

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/1473/

A sociolinguistic study of thanking strategies used by javanese and chinesse shopkeepers at Kembang Jepun area

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Author : SU, YAK

Thanking expressions as a speech act have an important role to build and establish social relationship. From sociolinguistic point of view, there are many social factors which influence people in expressing thanking. There are; sex, social class, social distance, and ethnicity. Therefore, the writer is interested in doing a research on how the shopkeeper/owners in Kembang Jepun area use the strategies of thanking to thank the same and different ethnicity, social distance, and age customers.The data of this study are taken from the open-ended questionnaires which are distributed to eight Javanese shopkeepers and eight Chinese shopkeepers in Kembang Jepun area. The data are analized by using strategies of thanking proposed by Haverkate (1 984). From the data analysis, the writer sees that Javanese and Chinese respondents have many similarities in using strategies of thanking. There is a strategy that cannot be categorized into Haverkate’s theory which is used mostly by The Javanese and Chinese respondents. The writer calls it as strategy 9a, questioning, because the thanking expressions are in the question forms. Expressing gratitude, as the strategy 2 of Haverkate’s theory, is also used dominantly by the Javanese and Chinese respondents. This strategy is used to thank the unknown customers, esprecially the older ones. Other strategies that are mostly used by the Javanese and Chinese respondents are strategy 1 and strategy 4 The data of the findings shows that among the three social factors (ethnicity, social distance, and age), social distance plays the most significant role in influencing the respondents in expressing the thanking.

Keyword : sociolinguistic, javanese, chinese, kembang, jepun, surabaya

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/2395/

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