Subur Wardoyo
Subur Wardoyo, Ph.D. is currently a professor at IKIP PORI, Semarang.

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CHARACTER EDUCATION THROUGH ENGLISH MODALITY Wardoyo, Subur
PAROLE: Journal of Linguistics and Education Volume 1 Nomor 1 Oktober 2010
Publisher : Master Program in Linguistics, Diponegoro University

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The spread of English in Indonesia carries an inherent philosophy with it. This essay will focus on how the view that ?there is no absolute truth? is ingrained in the linguistic modality of English. Furthermore it will show how this philosophy of modality may inevitably shape a student?s character since it allows people to create the shared truths they need or to downgrade the truths of others, with all the potential positive or negative consequences. Finally this essay will also show how a visual picture, descriptive text, and dialogue could serve as teaching aids to shape a student?s character through classroom drills in such modality signifiers as modal auxiliaries, frequency adverbs, reporting frames, tenses etc. On the whole this essay relies heavily on Halliday?s Functional Grammar, von Wright?s Deontic Logic, and Hodge and Kress?s Semiotics while the topic of the picture, text and dialogue heavily centers on the mysterious Alhambra Citadel of Granada
A BOOK REVIEW ARTICLE: A SURGE OF LANGUAGE: TEACHING POETRY DAY BY DAY Wardoyo, Subur
Celt Vol 5, No 1 (2005)
Publisher : Soegijapranata Catholic University

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BARON WORMSER AND DAVID CAPELLA Portsmouth: Heinemann 2004, 229 pp. ISBN 0-325-00606-7
DAN BROWNS ANGELS AND DEMONS: A NARRATIVE OR PROCEDURE TEXT? Wardoyo, Subur
Celt Vol 10, No 2 (2010)
Publisher : Soegijapranata Catholic University

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This essay attempts to discuss the fallacies of a genre based classification of texts. It will stress the point that genres are not fixed and pre-given forms by thinking of texts as performances of genre rather than reproductions of a class to which they belong, and by following Austin ~ perlocutionary act in stressing the fact that the writers intended locutionary act might not be the same with the readersperlocutionary act. If, after reading this essay, the reader is willing not to takefor granted that such a text as Angels and Demons can be nothing else but a narrative, it will have served itspurpose.
BATTLE OF LITERARY CRITICISM, CULTURAL CRITICISM, CLOSE READING, AND STYLISTICS IN THE COLLEGE LITERATURE CLASS Wardoyo, Subur
KAJIAN SASTRA Vol 34, No 1 (2010)
Publisher : KAJIAN SASTRA

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Keahlian apa yang lebih bermanfaat dalam memahami karya sastra? Apakah membaca cermat, kritik budaya, atau stilistika? Tulisan ini bertujuan untuk menyaring pendapat yang mendukung masing-masing keahlian tersebut di atas. Selain itu, akan diuraikan upla pendapat saya sendiri bahwa dengan semakin luasnya bidang kajian sasr=tra, yang saat ini sudah memasukkan bidang-bidang ilmu lain, ada baiknya memfokuskan pada membaca cermat dan stilistika. Tulisan ini dibatasi pada pertarungan antar bidang kajian dalam lingkup pengajaran sastra reinaisans.
DAN BROWNS ANGELS AND DEMONS: A NARRATIVE OR PROCEDURE TEXT? Wardoyo, Subur
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 10, No 2: December 2010
Publisher : Soegijapranata Catholic University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24167/celt.v10i2.170

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This essay attempts to discuss the fallacies of a genre based classification of texts. It will stress the point that genres are not fixed and pre-given forms by thinking of texts as performances of genre rather than reproductions of a class to which they belong, and by following Austin ~ perlocutionary act in stressing the fact that the writers intended locutionary act might not be the same with the readersperlocutionary act. If, after reading this essay, the reader is willing not to takefor granted that such a text as Angels and Demons can be nothing else but a narrative, it will have served itspurpose.
TRANSLATION AS IMPERIALISM: THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS Wardoyo, Subur
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 2, No 1 (2002)
Publisher : Soegijapranata Catholic University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24167/celt.v2i1.757

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In this article translation is not only confined to the linguist, but also to all strategies that represent a language to another language. The way James Fenimore Cooper translated the Indian language to English in the novel The Last of The Mohicans shows a representation of ethnic harassment manipulation of language. Coopers translation build up the suggestion that Indians can only communicate only like children. The Indians are portrayed to only communicate by playing with their voice, music, gesture, and using the third-person pronoun to exchange dor the first-person or second-person pronoun. This harassment is correlated with the policy of Indian removal at that era
A BOOK REVIEW ARTICLE: A SURGE OF LANGUAGE: TEACHING POETRY DAY BY DAY Wardoyo, Subur
Celt: A Journal of Culture, English Language Teaching & Literature Vol 5, No 1: July 2005, Nationally Accredited
Publisher : Soegijapranata Catholic University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24167/celt.v5i1.146

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BARON WORMSER AND DAVID CAPELLA Portsmouth: Heinemann 2004, 229 pp. ISBN 0-325-00606-7