Erikha, Fajar
Fakultas Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya

Published : 2 Documents
Articles

Found 2 Documents
Search

PENANDAAN DAN PEMAKNAAN TERITORIAL DI KANTIN SASTRA BAGI MAHASISWA FAKULTAS ILMU PENGETAHUAN BUDAYA UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA Erikha, Fajar
Paradigma, Jurnal Kajian Budaya Vol 7, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Fakultas Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (604.015 KB) | DOI: 10.17510/paradigma.v7i1.139

Abstract

This study explores the phenomenon of marking (signifying) and meaning of territorial at Kantin Sastra (Kansas) by undergraduate students of Fakultas Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya Universitas Indonesia. Territory as a social space is formed through a process of semiosis preceded sensory knowing in identifying signs, repeatedly making representations in cognition that become the signifying order of the cultural semiotic on some students. Research using micro semiotic perspective and trichotomy of signs by Charles Sander Peirce. Through micro semiotic perspective, a number of particular findings will be analyzed to get a synthesis (inductive), whereas the approach of Peirce perspective explains the signs through the trichotomies: representamen represented through qualisigns, sinsigns, and legisigns; representation, represented by icons, indexes, and symbols; interpretant represented by rhemes, dicisigns, and arguments. As a result, there is a territorial signifying and meaning of Kansas by the undergraduate student of Fakultas Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya Universitas Indonesia.
KONSEP LANSKAP LINGUISTIK PADA PAPAN NAMA JALAN KERAJAAN (RÂJAMÂRGA): STUDI KASUS DI KOTA YOGYAKARTA Erikha, Fajar
Paradigma, Jurnal Kajian Budaya Vol 8, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Fakultas Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (2909.428 KB) | DOI: 10.17510/paradigma.v8i1.231

Abstract

Linguistic landscape (LL) points to linguistic objects that signify the public space.  (Ben-Rafael, Shohamy, et al. 2006). This concept addresses a number of topics such as social, political, cultural, until the economy. Through the study of LL, the author explored the main streets (râjamârga) of the Yogyakarta Palace, from its function as the identification of place names or informational function, and for messages or symbolic function. In order to achieve comprehensive results, author used qualitative approach through analysis visual data (photography) of sign of street names. The finding is confirmed two functions of linguistic landscapes: a) sign of street names as informational functions such as, to refer the place as well as the social space of Javanese which depicted an ethnic group; the orthographic of hanacaraka asserted language boundary; b) sign of street names as symbolic functions e.g. contained a ton of meaning (ccording to philosophy Paraning Dumadi), delineated Javanese as group identity, Javanese as their own indigenous language, linked between the power of government and place naming, even related to economic purpose through attract tourists visit Yogyakarta.