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LiNGUA: Jurnal Ilmu Bahasa dan Sastra
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LiNGUA Jurnal Ilmu Bahasa dan Sastra (ISSN Print: 1693-4725 and E-ISSN: 2442-3823) is a journal of Linguistics and Literature which is published twice a year in June and December by Laboratory of Information and Publication, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang. The journal covers language issues researched in the branches of applied linguistics, such as sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, critical discourse analysis, pragmatics, stylistics, corpus linguistics, and others. In the area of literature, it covers literary history, literary theory, literary criticism, and others, which may include written texts, movies, and other media.
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AL-NUSHUUSH AL-DINIYYAH WA TARJAMATUHA Mustofa, Bisri
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ling.v4i1.590

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Al-Nushuush Al-Diniyyah or divine texts are not the same as other texts. In translating the texts, it does not only need linguistics such as nahwu (sintax), sharaf (morphology) or mufradat  (semantic). Nor the methods usually used in other text. Al-Quran and Al-Hadits have different and special characteristics so that in translating it, a translator have to own interdisciplinary knowledge and master the appropriate translating technique. This is because translating the divine texts (Al-Quran and Al-Hadits) also interpret it so that the most important method in translating the divine texts is Thariqah al-Tarjamah al-Tafsiriyah (Interpreting Method), not literal translation.
GENEOLOGI BAHASA DALAM HUMANIORA Esha, Muhammad In’am
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ling.v4i1.584

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This paper studies the relation between language and humanities in the history of science perspective. Based on this study there are four findings. First, relation between language and humanities in the structure of science in this modern era is not able to be divided from the background of the development of studia humanitatis in the west. Second, development of humanities in the west relates to the vision of education for presenting humanizing curriculum. This is because of the fact that the studies and research in language and classical literatures is a necessity. Third, in Islamic civilization, the term humanities is unpopular, but essentially the studies of humanities (ex: language, literature, logic, art) have strategic position. Islamic civilization is text civilization (hadlarah al-nash) based on Koran and to understand it needs the tool, mainly language science. The existence of those sciences in Islamic civilization is very significant.
LINTASAN SEJARAH INDONESIA DALAM NOVEL-NOVEL SUPARTO BRATA Sungkowati, Yulitin
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ling.v4i1.585

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This writing is aimed to discuss about Indonesian history that is described and interpreted by Suparto Brata in his novels, written in Indonesian and Javanese, mainly Sala Lelimengan (1965), Surabaya Tumpah Darahku (1978), November Merah (1984), Kremil (2002), Saksi Mata (2002), Donyane Wong Culika (2004), Gadis Tangsi (2004), Mencari Sarang Angin (2005), Kerajaan Raminem (2005), Dom Sumurup ing Banyu (2006), and Mahligai di Ufuk Timur (2007). The course of Indonesian history in the novels ranges from Dutch colonialism era up to new sociopolitical order era. If the formal history records famous person only (usually men only), the history of Suparto Brata’s version presents the role and struggle of people from various social class, profession, gender, age, and the victims of Indonesian regime all with its humanistic perspective. Indonesian history is interpreted as the struggle against stupidity and betrayal of people who didn’t learn from the past. The choice of using historical subject can be read and interpreted as an effort of the writer to question and ask readers to understand and appreciate the history of their nation as a meaningful thing, a valuable lesson for a better future.
KEMAMPUAN BACA-TULIS SISWA DISLEKSIA Hidayah, Rifa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ling.v4i1.586

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The purposes of this research are (1) comprehending the reading and writing ability of child of dyslexia, (2) Reading and writing resistant factor, and (3). Study model for child of dyslexia. The result of the research shows; (1). Reading ability and writes ability of dyslexia are low, (2). The factor influencing the reading disability are (a). disfunction nerve system, (b). Slow development and lacking of nutrition, (c). Slow short term memory, (d). Lack of family support and supporting facilities for study, (e). less mature of physical, emotional and social. (3). Learning model. In general, Learning process for child of dyslexia in class is equal to other children, but there is special treatment for dyslexia that is they have special requirement, such as special teacher, method and private space and time especially. The treatment was specially given for the improvement of reading and writing ability of child of dyslexia.
PROSES MORFONOLOGIS PREFIKS DALAM BAHASA WOLIO (KAJIAN TRANSFORMASI GENERATIF) Ino, La
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ling.v4i1.587

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This article studies the Ianguage of Wolio from the aspect of Morphology and phonology with theory of Generative Transformation. The result of analysis indicates that prefix nasal becoming original form in Language of Wolio is / N/ by alomorf / m/, / n/, /?/. Nasal / ?/ will follow obstruent consonant / k/, / g/, / i/, / e/, / a/, / o/, / u/. Nasal / n/ will follow obstruent / t/, / c/, / d/. Nasal / m/ will follow obstruent / b/, / p/. Obstruen Consonant /?/ by fitur [+ kons, + voice, + ant, + cor, + ingresif] will turn into consonant / b/ [+ kons, + voice, + ant, + cor, - ingresif] because influence of progressive assimilation of nasal by fitur [+ kons, + ant, - cor, + nas] Obstruen Consonant / D/ by fitur [+ kons, + voice, + difus] will turn into obstruen consonant / d/ by fitur [+ kons, + voice, - difus, + ant, + cor] because influence of progressive assimilation of nasal / n/ by fitur [+ kons, + son, + ant, + cor + nas]. Obstruen Consonant / s/ by fitur [+ kons, - son, + ant, + kont - high] will turn into obstruen consonant / c/ by fitur [+ kons, - voice, + ant, + high, + choir, - kont] because influence of progressive assimilation of nasal / n/ by fitur [+ kons, + sonoran, + ant. + cor, + nas].
PENGARUH PEMIKIRAN IBNU MADHA’ TENTANG USHUL AL-NAHWI AL-‘ARABI DALAM MEMAHAMI TEKS KEAGAMAAN Faisol, M.
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ling.v4i1.588

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”Nahwu” or sintax is a science born in the era of codification (Ashr al-Tadwin). In this field, there are many schools: Kufa, Bashrah, Baghdad, Egypt and Andalus. Each school has its own method and thought or what is called ushul al-nahwi (qiyas, ta’lil, ta’wil and amil). This research in included in the study of thought. The public figure of this research object is Ibnu Madha’, that is his ideas on ushul al-nahwi al-arabi and the implication in understanding divine texts. Ibnu Madha’ refused the concept of ushul al-nahwi al-arabi: qiyas, amil, ta’lil dan ta’wil, that have beeen made as the concept of mental interpretatif (al-Shurah al-Zhihniyyah al-Ta’wiliyyah) in lying the foundation of Arabic language. Ibnu Madha’ refusal to the ushul al-nahwi opens up the space of freedom for reason to express in order to obtain the meaning that is not stated literally in the text.
“THE DESTINY OF A GOOD LISTENER?” A DECONSTRUCTIVE READING OF A SHORT STORY NASIB SEORANG PENDENGAR SETIA BY JUJUR PRANANTO Akun, Andreas
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A literary text is open to signification process by any readers and it is just possible that the text has contesting forces that are at the same time contradictory each other even within the same text. This study attempts to deconstructively read a short story Nasib Seorang Pendengar Setia by Jujur Prananto to reveal the contradiction, inconsistency and unreliability of the text that evidently constitute the warring forces inside the story. This is a library research by applying deconstructive reading method as proposed by Jacques Derrida to show the verbal, textual and linguistic ambiguity and unreliability of the text. The result of the study shows that the short story in the light of deconstructive reading is undoubtedly containing quite many contradictions and inconsistencies that climax in the fact that the content of the story betrays its intended main idea and the title.
LITERATURE IN LANGUAGE TEACHING Rahayu, Mundi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/ling.v4i1.591

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The role of literature in the ELT classroom has been re-assessed by many experts, and now many of them view literary texts as providing rich linguistic input, in addition to effective stimuli for students to express themselves in other languages. In this way, literature can be a potential source of learner motivation. Literary texts offer a rich source of linguistic input and can help learners to practice the four language skills -speaking, listening, reading and writing- in addition to exemplifying grammatical structures and presenting new vocabulary. It is found out as well that literary texts provide opportunities for multi-sensorial classroom experiences and can appeal to learners with different learning styles.

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