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Linguistica
ISSN : 23015152     EISSN : 26557517     DOI : 10.24114
LINGUISTICA Journal is a quarterly publication presenting articles on Linguistics. The contents include analyses, studies, applications of theories, research reports and reviews
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THE ANALYSIS OF CODE MIXING IN FILM FROM BANDUNG WITH LOVE Sipayung, Elisabet; Meisuri, Meisuri
LINGUISTICA Vol 2, No 1 (2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24114/jalu.v2i1.710

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ABSTRACT   This research aims to get information of sociolinguistics about code mixing in a film titled From Bandung with Love uttered by the characters. The characters use some types of code mixing. The main type is Intra Lexical Code Mixing. The results of this research are (1) There are three types of code mixing in the film, (2)The most type which has big effect is Lexical (3) Lexical code mixing as the dominant type shows that the teenagers in Indonesia like to mix their language per word to show that they are educated and modern.       Keywords : Sociolinguistics, code mixing, From Bandung with Love  
THE USE OF SEXIST LANGUAGE IN DAGELAN ACCOUNT ON INSTAGRAM Meisuri, Bunga Sri Rahayu and
LINGUISTICA Vol 4, No 2 (2015): (APR-JUNE)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24114/jalu.v4i2.6668

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This study deals with the use of sexist language in Dagelanaccount on Instagram.The objectives of this study were to find out the dominat type of ambivalentsexsim and the most prominent gender discussed in Dagelanaccount. This studywas conducted by using descriptive qualitative method. The data were collectedfrom Dagelanaccount in Instagramby capturing some pictures that have captionsrelated to sexist language and then analyzed into two types of ambivalent sexismtheory, hostile sexism and benevolent sexism. The result showed that there were24 sentences related to hostile sexism and 26 sentences related to benevolentsexism. The using of benevolent sexism is the most dominant used inDagelanaccount and the most prominent gender discussed in Dagelanaccount isfemale in hostile sexism.
FEMINISM IN VERONICA ROTH’S MOVIE “DIVERGENT” Dari, Wulan; Lubis, Fauziah Khairani; Hasibuan, Juli Rachmadani
LINGUISTICA Vol 9, No 3 (2020): Vol. 9, No. 3 (2020): JUL-SEPT 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24114/jalu.v9i3.20136

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The study deals with Feminism in Veronica Roth’s Movie “Divergent” from three women character. The objective of the study were to find out the types of feminism and the roles of women in Divergent movie. The research method of this study used qualitative research, relying on the analysis and description of previous researcher and the studies of feminism. The data of this study were the utterances that can be found out from the script of divergent movie. The data of this research were analyzed by using Tong’s theory. The researcher found there are 3 types of feminism in three women character in Divergent movie, they are : 5 statements that are included in liberal feminism, 12 statements are included in radical feminism, and 3 statements are included in anarchist feminism. The role of women that can be found from three women character in Divergent movie was the role of women in domestic sector and the role of women in public sector. Keywords: Divergent Feminism, Movie
CODE MIXING IN BREAK OUT MUSIC PROGRAM ON NET.TV Nurhayati, Siti; Gintings, Elia Masa
LINGUISTICA Vol 3, No 4 (2014)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24114/jalu.v3i4.1815

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ABSTRACT This research aims to get information of sociolinguistics about code mixing in Break Out Music Program on NET.TV by the presenters. The objectives of the study are to find types of code mixing, and the most dominant type. The research on this thesis was carried out on descriptive qualitative design. The source of data was the whole script of the utterances by the two presenters. The data were the scenes that have code mixing in its dialogue. The data were analyzed based on Muysken theory, there are 104 code mixing used by the two presenters which consists of three types of code mixing which is alternation (62) with total percentage 59,7 %, insertation (34) percentage 32,7 %, and congruent lexicalization (8) 7,7 %. The most dominant type of code mixing used by two presenters of Break Out Music Program on NET.TV is alternation with percentage 59,7 %.   Key words: Code mixing, Break Out Music Program NET. TV
DEFENSE MECHANISM IN RAMBO: THE FIRST BLOOD FILM IN REFERENCE TO SEMIOTIC Sitanggang, Doni Sehat; Murni, Sri Minda; Meisuri, Meisuri
LINGUISTICA Vol 7, No 3 (2018): (JUL-SEP)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24114/jalu.v7i3.13286

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This study dealt with defense mechanisms in Rambo : The First Blood Film in reference to semiotic. It employed descriptive qualitative research method. This study was aimed to analyze: (1) The kinds of defense mechanisms experienced by Rambo and (2)  why defense mechanism affected the utterance and action of Rambo in reference of semiotic. The data of this study were dialogues statement and figure that contained defense mechanisms. The theories were applied by the writer from Sigmund freud (1993) about defense mechanism and Chandler (2007) about semiotic. Based on the analysis, there were five kinds of defense mechanism used by Rambo, namely Denial (23,8%), Displacement (4,8%). Projection (42,9),  Repression (14,3%), and Reaction Formation (14,3%) where Rambo used projection defense mechanisms the most. Fear that steam from trauma and to avoid conflict were the defense mechanism that happened and used by Rambo. Keywords: Defense mechanisms, semiotic, Rambo: The First Blood
AN ANALYSIS OF INTERPERSONAL FUNCTION IN MARIO TEGUH’S FACEBOOK STATUS Akmala, Melva; Gurning, Busmin
LINGUISTICA Vol 3, No 2 (2014)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24114/jalu.v3i2.1230

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ABSTRACT The objectives of the study were to describe the types of interpersonal function and the dominant type of interpersonal function used in Mario Teguh’s Facebook Status. This study was in descriptive quantitative method. This study dealt with the analysis of interpersonal function in Mario Teguh’s Facebook status. The data were the statuses of Mario Teguh and Mario Teguh’s Facebook account was used to take the statuses of his. The statuses were analyzed and classified based on the Speech Function and Mood as part of the interpersonal function. There were 200 Speech Function and 196 Moods as part of the interpersonal function in the selected statuses. The findings indicate that both all types of Speech Function and Moods are used in Mario Teguh’s Facebook Status. They were Statement, Question, Command, and Offer for the Speech Function, and Declarative, Interrogative, and Imperative for the Moods. It was found that the most dominant type of Speech Function is Statement (69.5%) and the most dominant type of Moods is Declarative (71%). It was seen that Mario Teguh mostly used Speech Function of Statement and Declarative Moods to share his ideas to the readers. Keywords: Speech Function, Moods.
OVERLAPS USED IN TV PROGRAM “INI TALKSHOW NET TV” Manurung, Melinda; Meisuri, Meisuri; Nasution, Rafika Dewi
LINGUISTICA Vol 6, No 2 (2017): (APR-JUNE)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24114/jalu.v6i2.13395

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This study deals with overlaps used in TV program Ini Talk Show on Net TV. The objectives of this study were to find out the types of overlap and describe the effects of overlap in TV program. This research was conducted by using descriptive qualitative method. The data were dialogues in Ini Talk Show special episode on October, 16th 2016 which was taken from YouTube. The findings indicated that there were two types of overlap in ‘Ini Talk Show’ and they were competitive (39,39%) and non competitive (60,60%). The competitive overlap contributes the effects such as provoke laughter and create new ideas. Keywords : overlaps, competitive, non-competitive, talk show, net TV
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF GENDER LANGUAGE IN PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND FRANKENSTEIN NOVELS Silitonga, Safriana; Tangkas, I WayanDirgayasa
LINGUISTICA Vol 2, No 2 (2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24114/jalu.v2i2.930

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ABSTRACT This study deals with the similarities and differences of gender language expressed in Pride and Prejudice and Frankenstein Novels. The object of this study is to find out the similarities and differences of gender language which are expressed in Pride and Prejudice and Frankenstein novels .This study used descriptive qualitative research. The data were collected by documentary technique and the instrument of collecting data was documentary sheet. The data were analyzed by descriptive comparative. The findings indicated that there were some similarities and differences found between those two novels. The similarities were found in three features: a) Politeness; all the characters in Pride and Prejudice and Frankenstein novels used polite sentences b) Grammar; all the characters in novels used hypercorrect grammar  c) Precise color terms; there was no found the using of this feature in novels. The differences were found in the other seven features: Lexical Hedges, Tag Question, Intensifier, Swear Words, Empty Adjective, Emphatic Stress, Rising Intonation on Declarative. In Pride and Prejudice, these seven features of gender language dominantly used by women, while in Frankenstein novel they dominantly used by men. It is hoped that the result of this study will be useful for anyone who wants to study about literary, especially gender language.   Keyword        : prose, novel, gender language
SPEECH FUNCTION IN THE WITHDRAWAL SPEECH OF PRABOWO-HATTA ON THE INDONESIA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 2014-2019 Meisuri, Hasbi Ramadhan and
LINGUISTICA Vol 4, No 3 (2015): (JUL-SEP)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24114/jalu.v4i3.6677

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The study deals with the types of speech function used in the withdrawal speechof Prabowo-Hatta on the Indonesia presidential election 2014-2019. Theobjectives of this research were to find out the types of speech function and todescribe the implication of the most dominant type of speech function. Thisresearch was conducted by using descriptive qualitative design. The data were 55clauses taken from the withdrawal speech of Prabowo-Hatta on the Indonesiapresidential election 2014-2019 which were collected by applying documentarytechnique. The three types of speech function occurred in this speech, namelystatement (87,3%) , offer (1,8%), and command (10,9%). The most dominant typeof speech function was statement. The implication of using statement dominantlywas Prabowo-Hatta can declare all of aspects that they consider as their evidencesthat to prove their argumentation to withdraw from Indonesia presidential election2014-2019. The dominant statement also made more powerful speech to influencethe public opinion that will realize Prabowo-Hatta has already known about theincident occurred in Indonesia Presidential Election 2014-2019. It can beillustrated through the use of statement by Prabowo-Hatta that is in a practiceconsidered as a representative of a power to state a strong degree of certainty.
AN ANALYSIS OF CONVERSATIONAL IMPLICATURE IN THE INTERVIEW MOVIE Muhammad Natsir, Ines Seri Pinta Uli Butar Butar and
LINGUISTICA Vol 5, No 2 (2016): (APR-JUNE)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24114/jalu.v5i2.6429

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The study was deal with the types of conversational implicature occur in the utterances of all of the characters in The Interview Movie. The objectives of the study were to identify and classify the types of conversational implicature and explain the reason why it becomes the dominant type that occur in the movie. The data was analyzed by identifying the utterances found in the movie script. The findings shows that the two types of conversational implicature were occurred in the movie. The characters conveyed an implicit meaning when giving statement or opinion or information and answering the question in their conversation based on the truth condition or facts in the movie so that the viewers can draw assumption from the implicit meaning of the utterances all the characters.

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