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Javanese Perspective of Nonverbal Language: An Ethnopragmatic Study pranowo, Pranowo
Lingua Cultura Vol 13, No 4 (2019): Lingua Cultura
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/lc.v13i4.6015

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The research focused on nonverbal language (NvL) of Javanese people in Indonesia who spoke the first Javanese language and the second language Indonesian using an ethnopragmatic approach. The purpose of research was to describe the perception of the Javanese community on the use of NvL, both dynamic and static NvL. This research used a descriptive qualitative method with data collection techniques through observation of people who were communicating, interviews with resource persons, and recording as supporting techniques for data collection. Data were analyzed by steps; data identification, classification, and interpretation. The results of research have theoretical implications. If aspects of local wisdom such as those possessed by the Javanese people are preserved, it will be able to provide benefits to the preservation of culture that has been passed down through generations in Javanese society. Such conditions will be able to illustrate that the community’s perspective on Javanese culture is still well maintained from the past until now.
Interactive Narration in the Digital Age Minfen, Huang
Lingua Cultura Vol 2, No 1 (2008): Lingua Cultura Vol. 2 No. 1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/lc.v2i1.253

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Interactive narration based on new media has become important research topic for post-narratology. It features non-linearity and can be classified as person-to-person, person-to-machine, and machine-to-machine. In order to fulfil the potential of interactive narration, we have to deal with the contradiction between narration and interaction properly, and lucubrate the motive of interactors and the narrative effects on them.
Needs Analysis of the Important Communicative Features at De La Salle University Siregar, Fenty L.
Lingua Cultura Vol 2, No 1 (2008): Lingua Cultura Vol. 2 No. 1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/lc.v2i1.244

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Article analyzed the needs of communicative competence and gather information on the features of communicative competence that are believed to be important by selected foreign graduate students studying at DLSU. The features consist of linguistic, sociolinguistic, discourse, strategic, and intercultural competences. Data were obtained by giving questionnaire to 33 foreign students, consisting of 11 male and 22 females and were analyzed qualitatively. The findings suggest that all features of communicative competence are crucial. In addition, the linguistic competence and strategic competence are considered to be the most essential features of the communicative competence. It can be concluded that the foreign graduate students learn English to achieve their communicative competence and it is used to communicate among students.
‘The Research is Conducted…’: An Exploration of a Grammatical Metaphor Syndrome in Indonesian Research Articles Ayomi, Putu Nur; Dreyfus, Shoshana; Hadi, Syamsul; Sutrisno, Adi
Lingua Cultura Vol 14, No 1 (2020): Lingua Cultura (In Press)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/lc.v14i1.6342

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This article examines the use of one grammatical metaphor (hereafter GM) syndrome frequently found in Indonesian written language. This syndrome follows the lexicogrammatical structure of Process+Range or Process+Medium. Informed by Systemic Functional Linguistics (hereafter SFL), this study focuses specifically on Indonesian language research articles (hereafter RAs) as these have not been explored much in relation to GM. While GM typically increases the lexical density of a clause by condensing meaning into nominal groups, this GM syndrome seems to do the opposite. For example, rather than writing merubah ‘changed’ as the lexicogrammatical structure of Process, writers use melakukan perubahan ‘do some changes’, which has the lexicogrammatical structure of Process + Range. This has the effect of delexicalizing the verb as well as increasing the number of words in the clauses. Instead of seeing this form as a mere ritual in academic writing, this article seeks to understand the functional role of this form in academic articles. The analysis was conducted with a metafunctional lens, examining the ideational, interpersonal and textual functions of this form of GM through a systematic analysis of small corpus of journal articles from two refereed Indonesian humanities journals. The analysis reveals that ideationally, the GM syndrome is a resource to manage technicality, abstraction, taxonomy and activity sequence; textually, the syndrome is a resource organizing textual coherence through the management of hyperThemes; and interpersonally, the syndrome functions as a resource for Graduation, which decreases the force of propositions.
Analisis Interferensi dalam Kelas Kata Keishiki Meishi Khususnya Penggunaan Tame Ni dan You Ni Novianti, Nalti; Dewi, Is Anggara
Lingua Cultura Vol 2, No 1 (2008): Lingua Cultura Vol. 2 No. 1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/lc.v2i1.249

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Article aimed to find out the amount of interference in the translation using tame ni and you ni. The research used analysis description. Data were taken by giving a test to 20 student from the Japanese Department, Bina Nusantara University. The result showed that there is some interference in the exercises in the test given to the respondents. It is concluded that the interference occurs because many students do not understand the differences in using tame ni anda you ni.
Presuppositions and Implicatures in Comic Strips Dewi, Ienneke Indra
Lingua Cultura Vol 2, No 1 (2008): Lingua Cultura Vol. 2 No. 1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/lc.v2i1.245

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Article aimed to find out the role of presuppositions, implicatures, as well as to see the maxims violated or flouted in the comic strips i.e. to whether there is a miscommunication among the characters in the comic strips. Data were taken from the three comics, those are Peanuts, Andy, and Tintin, and were analysed based on the pattern that the sender made a presupposition before transferring information and the receiver would try to get the implied message. The results show that presuppositions and implicatures are much influenced by the background knowledge. The more the speaker and hearer know each other’s background, the better presuppositions and implicatures they make and finally, the less miscommunication occurred.
Tindak Tutur Memohon dalam Bahasa Jepang (Irai): Analisis Skenario Drama Televisi Jepang Love Story Karya Eriko Kitagawa Susanti, Rita
Lingua Cultura Vol 2, No 1 (2008): Lingua Cultura Vol. 2 No. 1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/lc.v2i1.250

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The aim of this article was to know the social and cultural factors in the speech acts regarding requests in Japanese. Data were taken from the Japanese drama entitled Love Story. Analysis was done qualitatively by identifying, classifying, and explaining. The result indicated that there were three factors influencing the speech acts of requests in Japanese, those are the situation; the relationship between the speaker and the hearer; and the third is the social status, social interaction, and age. It is concluded that the speech does not mainly concern that the meaning should be easily understood but it also has to consider the socio cultural factor of the spreaker.  
Exploring and Dealing with Issues of ‘Identity And Difference’ at My Workplace Context in Surabaya Asmani, Almodad B.
Lingua Cultura Vol 2, No 1 (2008): Lingua Cultura Vol. 2 No. 1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/lc.v2i1.246

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Article explored the ways an identity was shaped within societies and how these might have affected the work as an EFL teacher in a workplace context. Data were collected from reflective data that was autobiography and other related research. Analysis was done by analyzing autobiography that was working environment approach and reflection analysis. It can be concluded that awareness of global context, local knowledge, and ability to listen support English teaching activities having many differences and the available condition. 
Analisis Kendala Pembelajaran Kata Bantu Bilangan Bahasa Mandarin Beserta Solusinya Sylvia, Rosemary
Lingua Cultura Vol 2, No 1 (2008): Lingua Cultura Vol. 2 No. 1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/lc.v2i1.251

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For foreigner, Mandarin language numeral words are very dificult to be mastered. Students of Bina Nusantara University are also having difficulties in learning the Mandarin language numeral words. Hopefully using quiz and questioner able to find the dificultioes faced by the students of Bina Nusantara University in learning Mandarin language numeral words. Also using questioner and interview to find the solustions. The research object is Chinese students of Bina Nusantara University from 2-4 semesters. Result from the data analysis is the student did not master well of the Mandarin language numeral words. The student time study in Bina Nusantara University did not have much effect on the student mastering of the Mandarin language numeral words. What causing the student having difficulties in learning the Mandarin language numeral words are because the numeral words in Mandarin language is too much also the usage is very wide.
Mendesain Bahan Ajar Bahasa Indonesia untuk Tujuan Akademis Hs., Widjono
Lingua Cultura Vol 2, No 1 (2008): Lingua Cultura Vol. 2 No. 1
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/lc.v2i1.247

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Article on how to design Indonesian language course material for academic purposes discusses some aspects necessary to be understood in designing the materials used by students at university level. Understanding of language essence, academic competence, appropriate course materials, and effective learning process covering the three stages of accountability model according to Moore, and the seven textuality criteria according to Rankema, is ablsolutely needed to be able to design good course materials. Article also includes a model structure of learning academic paragraph writing and academic essay.

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