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Mhd. Pujiono
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+628126586845
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International Journal of Cultural and Art Studies (IJCAS)
ISSN : 26231999     EISSN : 26231999     DOI : -
International Journal of Cultural and Art Studies (IJCAS) is an academic, open access, and peer-reviewed journal founded and first published in 2018 by Talenta Publisher & the Faculty of Cultural Sciences, University of Sumatera Utara, Indonesia. Focusing on culture, language, and literature as it is viewed from the Indonesian perspective, IJCAS provides a platform for the presentation, analysis, and criticism of provocative work, publishing articles that transcend disciplines and advance the study of humanities. Topics include culture (Traditional Art & Culture, Tourism), Linguistics (morphology, phonology, semantics, syntax, sociolinguistics, antropolinguistics, psycolinguistics/neurolinguistics, discourse Analysis, translation, clinical Linguistics, forensic linguistics), literature (comparative literature, foreign literature, Indonesian literature), history (foreign history, Indonesian history). Only original research articles and book reviews are accepted. International Journal of Cultural and Art Studies (IJCAS) are published two times per year (in April and October).
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Contrastive Analysis between Chinese and Indonesian Phonology and Implementation on Conversation Class Sukarto, Aprilia Ruby Wikarti; Renata, Elizabeth; Moira, Silvia
International Journal of Cultural and Art Studies Vol 3 No 1 (2019): International Journal of Culture and Art Studies (IJCAS)
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This study aims to find out the phonological characteristics of Indonesian Language and Mandarin language, their impact and application in learning Chinese conversations. This study will use descriptive comparative methods and surveys. Based on the data obtained, there are differences in the pronunciation of single Indonesian and Chinese vowels, namely vowel [y], [?], [i]. Mandarin has triftong, which is [iou], [iao]. The consonants of Indonesian and Mandarin have similarities, but the pronunciation is different. The consonant of Indonesian is not distinguished from no aspirations and aspirations, based on no voices and voices. In suprasegmental features, such as tons, intonation, pressure, pauses, Mandarin is one of the tonal languages, whereas Indonesian is not a tonal language. In Indonesian, the pressure functions to distinguish meaning in the sentence level, but does not distinguish meaning at the word level. Whereas in Mandarin, the pressure is divided into word pressure and sentence pressure. In Indonesian, intonation plays an important role when distinguishing the meaning of sentences. Whereas in Mandarin, the rules for pronunciation of intonation are not strict. Pause in Indonesian and Mandarin, marked by the use of signs. The results of this study can help teachers determine and use appropriate learning techniques so that they can help, facilitate the needs, demands, and goals of students in pronunciation.  
Issues on Arabic Scriptures in Malay/Indonesia Language: A Study of its Contributions in the Development of Regional Culture, Language & Literature Literacy Kembaren, Mardiah Mawar; Noor, Noordin Mohd; Lubis, M. Husnan
International Journal of Cultural and Art Studies Vol 3 No 1 (2019): International Journal of Culture and Art Studies (IJCAS)
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This paper touches on the important role of Islam in Malay literature and culture   literacy, in the region. Malay literary and cultural treasures that were originally oral traditions have changed after the local community has embraced the teachings of Islam that bring along the Arabic scripture or Arabic writing system. This system of Arabic writing has greatly influenced Malay literature and culture. This paper therefore explores academically the role, contribution and discussion regarding the future of Arabic Scripture in the region. It would not be too much to say that it was the Arabic writing system that made the Malay community illiterate. This paper is expected to benefit not only to those who study literature and linguistic but for those with a background in Islamic studies too to study the regional literature and culture, especially those related to Malay studies.
Illocutionary Acts in President Rodrigo Duterte’s Speech. Wardana, Muhammad Kiki; Roy, Sumita; Ariska, Juan
International Journal of Cultural and Art Studies Vol 3 No 1 (2019): International Journal of Culture and Art Studies (IJCAS)
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This research attempts to figure out the speech act of President of The Republic of The Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, particularly in identifying types of the Illocutionary act and Perlocutionary act in SONA Forum. The researcher is keen to explore duterte?s speech because Duterte is notorious for his unfavorable remarks. Therefore, by investigating his speech through the analysis of his speech act in the selected speech, the researcher will prove whether the speech contains the perlocutionary acts of insulting or not. This research also focuses on utilizing Searle?s theory on Illocutionary acts exemplifies 5 different types of illocutionary acts namely Assertive which is divided into stating, suggesting, boasting, complaining and claiming. Another type is Directives which comprises of ordering, commanding, requesting, advising and recommending. Expressive type comprises thanking, congratulating, pardoning, blaming, praising, and condoling. Commisive type includes promising, vowing, and offering. The last type is Declaration. The researchers use descriptive qualitative method by doing transcription of the speech and meticulously analyze every word.
The Factors in the Emergence of Smallholder Rubber Plantation in Tapanuli: 1906 - 1942 Edi Sumarno; Ginting, Junita Setiana; Karina, Nina; Lubis, M. Azis Rizky
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Latex has become more useful ever since the discovery of vulcanization methods, for it is used for the automotive industry and the manufacturing of electrical appliances. This then makes the price of latex soar as a result of high market demand for this white sticky thick ?liquid?. Thus, it makes people interested in investing in rubber plants because they are considered to have a significant economic impact. Apart from the economic factors offered, there are other factors that are no less important, namely land, capital, laborer, and the existence of a market place for trade. These factors should be the main factors. Because, if these factors do not hold, the people in Tapanuli will still not be able to enjoy it however high the price of rubber is.
Neko ‘Cat’ in Japanese Idioms (Meaning and Figure of Speech Analysis) Gapur, Abdul; Taulia; Pujiono, Mhd.
International Journal of Cultural and Art Studies Vol 3 No 1 (2019): International Journal of Culture and Art Studies (IJCAS)
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Generally, idioms are formed with words related to the sense of taste, human body, color, numbers, growth, natural objects and animals. In this study, a Japanese idiom that is formed from neko ?cat? is discussed. This study is a qualitative research that aims to find out the lexical and idiomatical meaning of the idiom containing word neko and the figure of speech. The data are idioms with the word neko in 101 Japanese Idioms by Michael L. Maynard, and website (https://dictionary.goo.ne.jp). The results are that 13 idioms that use neko. Some idioms have a difference between lexical and idiomatic meaning. However, there is a link between the lexical and idiomatical meaning with the cultural and historical approach of the lexical used. Data contained in the 8 figure of speech Metaphor, namely neko mo shakushi mo (? ? ? ? ?), neko ni koban (????), neko no hitai (???), neko ni matatabi (??????), neko in katsuobushi (????), neko no kubi ni suzu o tsukeru (?????????), neko no ko ippiki inai (????????), neko o koroseba shichidai tataru (?????????. Then 5 figure of speech are included in metonymy, namely neko no te mo karitai (????????), neko o kaburu (? ? ? ? ?), karite kita neko (??????), neko o ou yori sakana o noke yo (???????????), and neko o ou yori sara o hike (??????????).

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