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ISSN : 24077976     EISSN : 25794485     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.30738/
The focus of the journal in the field of language which includes the results of research on phonology, morphology, syntax, pragmatics, stylistics, and other aspects of linguistic studies. In addition to linguistics, another focus is on literature which includes the results of research on the sociology of literature, the psychology of literature, postcolonialism, cultural studies, ecocriticism, and other aspects of literary study. In addition to language and literature, another focus is the teaching of Indonesian language and literature which includes Indonesian language and literary learning models, Indonesian language and literary learning media, Indonesian language and literary teaching materials, and other aspects of teaching/learning studies.
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PERBEDAAN BAHASA MELAYU PONTIANAK KALIMANTAN BARAT DENGAN BAHASA INDONESIA STANDAR Putra, Erick Prasetyo Dwi; Hartati, Umi
CARAKA Vol 3, No 1 (2016): CARAKA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30738/caraka.v3i1.1691

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The research aims to (1) describe the difference of Pontianak Malayan of west Borneo with Indonesians’ standard according to phonologic and (2) describing the difference of Pontianak Malayan of west Borneo’s vocabulary with Indonesians’ standard. This research used a qualitative method that focuses on showing the meaning, describing, purification, placement of data on the context. The data source was 200 of Pontianak Malayan of west Borneo’s vocabulary based on Swadesh lists that translate in Indonesian. The instrument of this research was a recorder that used to interview some native inhabitants of Pontianak of west Borneo which have Pontianak Malayan of west Borneo accent. Then the researcher saw the difference of Pontianak Malayan of west Borneo with Indonesian made in written type. The researcher used “Simak method”, recording, interview, and taking note. The researcher used Padan method in this research. The method used in the research is shown by informal. The result of the research are (1) of Pontianak Malayan of west Borneo with Indonesians’ standard according to phonologic including (a) regular difference they are [a]-[∂], [i]-[ε], [u]-[O], [r]-[k], [Ø]-[k], (b) irregular difference they are [l]-[k], [k]-[g], [i]-[a], (2) difference of Pontianak Malayan of west Borneo’s vocabulary with Indonesians’ standard, there are 21 vocabularies.
EFEKTIVITAS MEDIA AUDIOVISUAL PADA PEMBELAJARAN MENGIDENTIFIKASI STRUKTUR DAN UNSUR-UNSUR DRAMA SISWA KELAS XI MAN 1 SLEMAN T.A 2017/2018 Kinasih, Hapsari Retno; Rochmiyati, Siti
CARAKA Vol 5, No 1 (2018): CARAKA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30738/caraka.v5i1.4004

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The purpose of this descriptive study is twofold, namely, to describe the extent to which the tendency to identify the structure and elements of drama on the student of Class XI MAN 1 Sleman which analytical study using audiovisual media and media print. Comparatively to find out significant differences between the use of audiovisual media and print media towards the ability to identify the structure and elements of drama. This research population totaled 196 students. Sample research with simple random sampling technique. Research results improve student descriptive distribution on identifying the structure and elements of drama with audiovisual media average 29,74 category is very high and the average print media with 27,12 category is also very high. Comparatively =4,253  1,672 so, Ha is accepted and Ho is rejected.
DIALEK BAHASA JAWA NGOKO DESA SITIMULYO KECAMATAN PUCAKWANGI DAN DESA DUKUHMULYO KECAMATAN JAKENAN KABUPATEN PATI Jumamik, Jumamik; Hartati, Umi
CARAKA Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30738/caraka.v1i1.1920

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This study aims to identify the shape ngoko vocabulary and use of particle shape in Javanese dialect Sitimulyo village subdistrict and village Pucakwangi Dukuhmulyo District of Jakenan Pati. This research is descriptive qualitative. The type of this research is descriptive qualitative. Source of data in this research is utterance (oral) which transcribed into writing. The data of this study is the use of the Java language that contain ngoko variations in vocabulary and forms particles that are spoken by indigenous peoples who live in the District Pucakwangi Sitimulyo village and sub-district village  Jakenan  dukuhmulyo Pati. Methods of data collection in this study was conducted using  ably  involved  refer,  recording technique and record engineering. Analysis of the data using the unified method, this method beyond the means of determining the relevant language. Exposure method of data analysis results using informal methods. The results of this study are vocabulary ngoko form and shape of particles using the  Java  language dialect sentence in the District Pucakwangi Sitimulyo village and sub-district village Jakenan  dukuhmulyo  Pati. Forms of  Javanese dialect vocabulary ngoko Sitimulyo village and sub-district village Pucakwangi dukuhmulyo Jakenan Pati District of experiencing symptoms of phonetic sounds and  morphological variation when compared with standard Java language. Variations of the phonetic sounds of symptoms in the form of 1) Change the sound, 2) Removal of phonemes, 3) addition of phonemes. Symptoms include morphological  affixation form: prefiksasi, sufiksasi, konfiksasi. The use of particle  shape  in  Javanese  dialect Sitimulyo village subdistrict and village Pucakwangi dukuhmulyo Pati District of Jakenan namely: particle  softeners, complementary particles, particles priority.
KANDUNGAN NILAI HISTORIS DALAM NOVEL GLONGGONG KARYA JUNAEDI SETIYONO: KAJIAN SOSIOLOGI SASTRA Widodo, Muhammad Wahyu; Wahyuningtyas, Sri
CARAKA Vol 3, No 2 (2017): CARAKA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30738/caraka.v3i2.1839

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This study aims to describe (1) figure and characterization in the novel of “Glonggong”, (2) setting in the novel of “Glonggong”, (3) historical value content in the novel of “Glonggong”. This study is a qualitative descriptive research. Data used in the form of a paragraph that contains the unit of events regarding the content of historical value. Sources of data in the form of “Glonggong” novel by Junaedi Setiyono. The instrument of this study is the researchers themselves armed with a set of science concepts related to the problems examined. Data collection techniques using observation, reading techniques, and technical notes. The data analysis technique used is descriptive qualitative which focuses on figure and characterization, setting, and historical value content in “Glonggong” novel by Junaedi Setiyono. Results of this study as follows. (1) character and characterization in the novel of “Glonggong” consist of the main character, namely Glonggong who have good character, brave, modest, humble, honest, and full fidelity. Additional characters are (a) Endang, Glonggong lover who has a good character, sincere, humble, polite, and friendly like most princess of Java, (b) Suta, Glonggong good friend who has a strong character, loyal, honest, mature, and wise in making decisions, (c) Surya , has the character of an arrogant, snobby, selfish, but good-hearted and often help figure Glonggong, (d) Prayitna, has the character of a cruel, evil, arrogant, vindictive, and not to be outdone, (e)Kiai Ngali, has a good character, patient, and wise. (2) Setting in “Glonggong” novel by Junaedi Setiyono, as follows. (a) setting time occurs at the beginning of the 19th century circa 1815-1855 when the Dutch colonial era, (b) setting places in Yogyakarta, including: Ndalem Suwandan, Puri Pringgawinatan, Tegalreja, in Semarang covers an area Srondol, and in Magelang include Residency building of Magelang, (c) social setting that the Java community life in the Dutch colonial period especially when going to and after the outbreak of war Dipanegara. (3) Historical value content that can be viewed using the social sciences in the novel of “Glonggong”among others the attitude and inflammatory spirit of nobles and commoners during the colonial era, a wide variety of properties or the original character of a handful of nobles who eventually come to the surface, and the values of the people who are very loyal struggle in maintaining national pride when will the outbreak of war Dipanegara.
MODEL TWO STAY TWO STRAY (TSTS) DALAM DISKUSI PADA PEMBELAJARAN BAHASA INDONESIA Rufaidah, Desy
CARAKA Vol 1, No 2 (2015): CARAKA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30738/caraka.v1i2.1595

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Through the speaking skill learning, the student learns how to speak in front of the public. One kind of the speaking skill is a discussion, inside of discussion student learning to present the opinion and receive the opinion from the other person along with the reason that can be responsible. However in discussion some of the student not quite active to follow the discussion. In this article, investigation discussion in learning the Indonesian Language with Two Stay Two Stray model (TSTS).
EFEKTIVITAS PENGGUNAAN MODEL COOPERATIVE INTEGRATED READING AND COMPOSITION (CIRC) PADA KETERAMPILAN MEMBACA PEMAHAMAN TEKS BIOGRAFI SISWA KELAS VII SMP NEGERI 1 JETIS BANTUL Putri, Dwi Apriliya; Santosa, Wijaya Heru
CARAKA Vol 4, No 1 (2017): CARAKA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30738/caraka.v4i1.2167

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The Effectiveness Of Using Cooperative Integrated Reading Composition (CIRC) Model In  Reading Skill Of Biography Text Comprehension The Students Grade VII SMP N 1 Jetis Bantul. The purpose of this research is to prove the effectiveness of using  Cooperative Integrated Reading and Composition (CIRC)  in learning model than the using communicative method in reading biography text comprehension. This research did in SMP N 1 Jetis Bantul. The kind of research is Quasi-Experimental with the population of 192 students. The sample with cluster random sampling. Grade VII F is to experiment, and grade C is to class control. The analysis technique with t-test, normality test and homogeneity test. The result of this research shows that there is a significant effect on the achievement of reading biography text using CIRC model than the achievement of reading biography text using the communicative method.
KUMPULAN PUISI NEGERI DAGING KARYA A. MUSTOFA BISRI: ETIKA LIBERASI DAN KANDUNGAN NILAI KARAKTERNYA (METODE SASTRA PROFETIK) Krismonsari, Midle Line; Widowati, Widowati
CARAKA Vol 6, No 2 (2020): CARAKA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30738/.v6i2.8030

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The purpose of this study is to describe the ethics of liberation, values characters in the collection of Negeri Daging by A. Mustofa Bisri,, and its application in learning as a character education media. Research this is a qualitative research. Research data in the form of aesthetic unity and grammatical unity. Data source in the form of a collection of Negeri Daging. Instrument. This research is the researcher himself with the relevant theory and assisted grating along with indicators of ethical liberation and character values. Data collection technique using note taking techniques. Data analysis techniques using descriptive techniques qualitative. The results of his research are as follows. 1) Ethics of liberation include: a) Political oppression represents an authoritarian system of government, no the existence of human rights; b) State oppression depicts the absence of freedom opinion, gross human rights violations, and dictatorial leadership; c) Economic injustice illustrates social inequality, monetary crisis, corruption; and d) gender injustice illustrates harassment of people women, domestic violence, women deemed inappropriate as leaders. 2) Value characters include: tolerance, democratic, national spirit, peace, and responsible. 3) Application in learning as an educational medium characters through KI 3 and KD 3.16, 3.8 (IBB) using the method participatory-exhibition.
NOMINA PENGACU PERSONA KETIGA DALAM DALAM MASYARAKAT TUTUR BERBAHASA JAWA Basuki, Basuki; Hartati, Umi
CARAKA Vol 3, No 1 (2016): CARAKA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30738/caraka.v3i1.1895

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The objectives of this research are to describe (1) the basic of the use of third person in the Javanese speech community (2) the function of the third person noun in the Javanese speech community (3) the meaning of thirs person noun in the Javanese speech community ). To achieve the objectives, the sociolinguistics approach is used for this research. This research is taking place in Surakarta through the qualitative method by using comparative functional and contextual technique analysis. The result of the research shows that (1) the use of the third person nominated is age, sex, attitude of the speaker, family relation, or profession, (2) the function of third person nomina is to express the difference of age, sex, attitude of the speaker, family relation, or profession age, (3) the meaning of the third person nomina in Javanese speech community is to soften, neutralize, and harsh the meaning.
PRONOMINA DEMOSTRATIF BAHASA JAWA DALAM MAJALAH DJAKA LODANG Widiyawati, Wahyu; Nusarini, Nusarini
CARAKA Vol 5, No 2 (2019): CARAKA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30738/caraka.v5i2.4836

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This study aims to describe (1) the types of Javanese language demonstrative pronouns in Djaka Lodang magazine, (2) references to the Javanese language demonstrative pronouns in Djaka Lodang magazine, and (3) syntactic function to the Javanese language demonstrative pronouns in Djaka Lodang magazine. This study included a type of qualitative descriptive research. The data in this study are in the form of sentences and paragraphs containing Javanese language demonstrative pronouns. The data source of this study is in the form of Djaka Lodang magazine from March to April 2018. The method of providing data, namely by referring to the method includes the technique of referring to skillful involvement and note-taking techniques. The method of data analysis is the agih method with the basic techniques for direct elements and advanced techniques, namely the sloping technique, expanded techniques, and sentence constituent analysis techniques. The method of presenting the results of data analysis is done by informal methods. The results of the research on the Javanese language demonstrative pronouncement in Djaka Lodang magazine are as follows. (1) The types of Javanese language demonstrative pronouns in Djaka Lodang magazine have five namely substantive demonstrative pronouns, locative demonstrative pronouns, descriptive demonstrative pronouns/modalities, temporal demonstrative pronouns, and demonstrative pronouns of directions. (2) There are two references to the Javanese language demonstrative pronoun in the Djaka Lodang magazine, namely the reference of endospores and references to exophora. (3) There are three syntactic functions of the Javanese demonstrative pronouncement in Djaka Lodang magazine, namely the subject function, the predicate function, and the information function.
VERBA DENOMINAL DALAM BAHASA INDONESIA Sujarwanti, Nurina Ika; Mukhlish, Mukhlish
CARAKA Vol 2, No 2 (2016): CARAKA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30738/caraka.v2i2.1904

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This research aims to describe the process of forming denominal verbs in Indonesian, describe the elements forming denominal verbs in Indonesian, describe the meaning of affixes forming denominal verbs in Indonesian, and describe the function of denominal verb syntactic in Indonesian. This research is descriptive qualitative research. The results of this study are as follows. (1) The process of forming denominal verbs in Indonesian is by affixation, namely prefixation, suffixation konfiksasi, and the combination of affixes. (2) Forming elements in the Indonesian denominal verbs are the origin and the noun prefix ber-, the origin and the noun prefixes meng-, the origin and the noun prefixes di-, the origin and the noun prefixes ter-, the derivative noun and prefixes ber-, the origin and the noun suffix –kan, the origin and the noun suffix –i, the origin and the noun konfiks ke-an, the origin and combination noun affixes meng-kan, and the origin and the nouns affixes meng-kan, the origin and combination noun affixes meng-i. (3) Forming verb affixes meaning denominal in Indonesian is prefix ber- meaning 'having; , wear ', and produce; prefixes meng- meaning, resembling, heading, and do work with the tool; prefix di- meaning 'to do the work with the tool`; prefix ter- with the meaning 'in a state`; suffix –kan  meaning 'make' and `brought into`; suffix –i meaning 'to give or attach`; konfiks ke-an with the meaning of 'hit, suffering or experience`; (h) the combination affix meng-kan  with the meaning of 'doing'; and combination of affix meng-i with the meaning of 'doing'. (4) The function of the syntactic denominal verb in Indonesian is as subject, predicate, and complement. 

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