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APPRAISAL IN THE JAKARTA POST ARTICLE ENTITLED “ENDING POVERTY, ENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN” Marsakawati, Ni Putu Era
PAROLE: Journal of Linguistics and Education Volume 6 Number 1 April 2016
Publisher : Master Program in Linguistics, Diponegoro University

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In communication, humans may express their ideas by involving their attitudes, feelings, judgement, or emotions  that can be identified from the expressions or words used. There is a system called appraisal can be used to study interpersonal meanings of the utterances. This study aims at investigating types of appraisals in the Jakarta Post article entitled Ending Poverty, Ending Violence against Women and finding out which appraisal mostly occurred in the article. The procedures of data collection were a) identifying the appraisal items; b) classifying the appraisal items; c) calculating the occurrence of each category; d) summarizing the kinds of appraisal items; e) interpreting the appraisal items. The obtained data were analyzed quantitatively. The result shows that appreciation, affect, judgment, and amplification are used in the article; and the most dominant category used is judgment. This implies that in writing articles in newspapers, the writers tend to give judgement on the issues discussed.
LETTER NAME (ALPHABET) AND LETTER SOUND (A FIELD STUDY AT KINDERSTATION PRESCHOOL (TK CAHAYA BANGSA UTAMA) YOGYAKARTA) Sari, Yohana Ika Harnita
PAROLE: Journal of Linguistics and Education Volume 6 Number 1 April 2016
Publisher : Master Program in Linguistics, Diponegoro University

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Teaching reading to early learners is begun with teaching how to identify and pronounce each letter in a word. Therefore, every preschool or primary school has its own technique in teaching pronunciation as the stepping stone to teach reading to its students. KinderStation Preschool (TK Cahaya Bangsa Utama) Yogyakarta is one of the preschools in Yogyakarta that teaches reading to the students using phonics approach, especially analytic phonics. This paper has two objectives. First, it is to describe the application of phonics at KinderStation Preschool. Second, it aims to describe the result of the application of phonics at KinderStation Preschool. To answer those goals, field study is utilized by doing observation and interview. The employment of analytic phonics covers three points; they are the learning materials, the learning media, and the learning process applied in KinderStation Preschool. The application of phonics in teaching reading results on the development of students? reading fluency. The students have automatic recognition of letters and are able to pronounce words easily and correctly. 
HEDGES IN WORLD UNIVERSITY PARLIAMENTARY ENGLISH DEBATE CHAMPIONSHIPS: A PRAGMATIC STUDY Amalia, Rosaria Mita; Hamzah, Yusuf
PAROLE: Journal of Linguistics and Education Volume 6 Number 1 April 2016
Publisher : Master Program in Linguistics, Diponegoro University

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Debating is recognized as a way of doing persuasion in speech that deals with four points of debate pillars, namely: assertion, reasoning, evidence, and link back. In the last two decades, every country debater champions have gathered and involved in a high level of debate atmosphere to compete each other as their country?s representatives to have worlds? champion title. In conjunction to the glance of debate definition, the researcher analyzed the annual world most prestigious debating championship, WUDC 2016, which took place in Thessaloniki, Greece. In this research descriptive qualitative method was used. The source of this research was taken from video streaming on Youtube showing ESL grand final round between University of Indonesia team A (Indonesia) as Prime Minister (PM) and RWTH Aachen team A (Germany) as leader of opposition (LO). The result shows that hedges are used to make the debate performance run smooth and thoroughly powerful and convincing. 
THE APPLICATIVE CONSTRUCTIONS IN JAVANESE DIALECT OF KUDUS Malihah, Noor
PAROLE: Journal of Linguistics and Education Volume 6 Number 1 April 2016
Publisher : Master Program in Linguistics, Diponegoro University

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This paper presents applicative constructions in Javanese Dialect of Kudus (or JDK for short). For Kudus people, Indonesian has become the favored language and JDK is considered inferior. This situation discourages the study of dialect. Therefore, a corpus was constructed in a fieldwork, sampling three genres: spontaneous conversation, elicited spoken narratives, and newspaper articles. The results indicate the existence of two constructions, one marked by ?i and one marked by either standard ?(a)ke or dialectal ?na. Generally?i occurs more frequently than ?na and ?(a)ke, but the relative prominence of the other two markers ?naand ?(a)ke is not consistent. This might be a genre effect that occurs in these corpora. There appears to be a conscious selection of the dialect-marked form ?na by the writer of the articles who ignores the use of ?(a)ke.This study also demonstrates that adult speakers use ?na twice as frequently as do the youngers. By contrast ?(a)ke is used more frequently by younger speakers than adults. The marker ?i is used with approximately the same frequency by both groups. However, the preference of the younger for the standard variant is highly suggestive despite not being significant.
DEIXIS USED IN TOP FIVE WALDJINAH’S POPULAR KERONCONG SONG LYRICS Anggara, Gede Arga
PAROLE: Journal of Linguistics and Education Volume 6 Number 1 April 2016
Publisher : Master Program in Linguistics, Diponegoro University

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This study aims to describe the types of deixis used in top five Waldjinah?s popular keroncong song lyrics, to find out the dominant types and the reason why the type of deixis was dominantly used. The song lyrics are associated in the study of deixis since they express the singer?s or song writer?s feeling or emotion represented by some expressions of human thoughts, ideas, opinions. The descriptive method with qualitative approach was involved in this study. The data were obtained from top five popular keroncong songs lyrics performed by Waldjinah entitled Walang Kekek, Yen Ing Tawang Ana Lintang, Anoman Obong, Tanjung Perak and Rondo Kempling. Based on the findings, the person deixis was found as the most dominant type. It is in accordance with the function of person deixis that mostly deals with people interaction. The person deixis found in this study is used to maintain interaction between Waldjinah as a singer and her audience. The importance of using person deixis especially in keroncong song lyrics should be included by the song writers in order that young generations as the listeners who will preserve the keroncong song existence, become more understand even enjoy listening to.

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