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Journal Cover Jurnal Sosial Humaniora
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   ISSN (Print) 1979-5521 - ISSN (Online) 2443-3527
   Published by Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember Homepage  [5 journals]
  • KARAKTER IBU TIRI SELALU JAHAT '

    • Authors: Aurelius Ratu
      Abstract: The story of the stepmother in almost all cultures often describes her as evil, ambitious, and cruel. This paper presents a comparative study of two Indonesian folklore that presents the theme of stepmother. Through a structural and sociological approach, it is found that the storyline is not much different from the folktale of the stepmother in general. What distinguishes it is the heroic or supernatural part of it gets less emphasis even though it still remain exists. Apparently, such stories need special attention (revision), especially for the formation of a stepmother image in the midst of society so that negative stigma does not adversely affect the child's life
      PubDate: 2017-06-30
      Issue No: Vol. 10 (2017)
       
  • MANUSIA DAN GEGURITAN DI SURABAYA (Kajian Semiotik Disertai Telaah
           Subkultur)

    • Authors: Joko Susilo, Niko Fediyanto
      Abstract: The movement of geguritan (javanese poem) is not just a resistance
      movement towards the general rule of Javanese literature. It provides
      convenience for the community (in the same subculture) to understand
      Javanese culture easier. This movement refers to the 'whole way of life' or
      'maps of meaning' that makes this world understandable by its members.
      The word 'sub' connotes a specific, unique condition and different than the
      dominant society. Person who was born in arekan environment
      or Suroboyoan often encounter difficulties when trying to comprehend
      Mataraman Javanese. Geguritan is a manifestation of the ideas or creativity
      generated by penggurit (poet). In Surabaya, a group of geguritan authors is
      one subculture, that offers a new view, reinterpret the old view, and
      sometimes even break a single truth that have been taught long enough to
      Javanese community in Surabaya
      PubDate: 2017-06-30
      Issue No: Vol. 10 (2017)
       
  • STRATEGI PRAGMATIK BAHASA HUMOR DALAM ACARA “MARIO TEGUH GOLDEN
           WAYS” DI METRO TV

    • Authors: Enie Hendrajati
      Abstract: Speech humor in MTGW program is assumed as a "good practice" of pragmatic strategy to entertain, inspire and motivate audience. The focus and objective of this study is to get a description of the pragmatic strategy of harmonizing word choice, sentence, and humorous language in MTGW program. How pragmatic strategies have implications for the use of words, sentences, and language styles so that the audience feel entertained and laughed.This research uses desciptive qualitative approach. Data in the form of humorous languages is collected by listening and recording. The method of analysis is padan and agih. The word data, sentence, and style of the humorous language are linked and compared to other words, sentences, and language styles in terms of humorous sense between sentences produced and comparator sentences. As a result, the pragmatic strategy MT uses in the MTGW program on Metro TV is to harmonize between lingual units of words, sentences, and language styles with humor and courtesy. MT uses a locusive and illocusive strategy with humorous tones and politeness in choosing, organizing and producing every word, sentence, and style of humor. Through the choice of words, sentences, and language style, the MT uses pragmatic strategies in conveying his message as a motivator and the perlocutionary effect is that the audience becomes interested or entertained.
      PubDate: 2017-06-30
      Issue No: Vol. 10 (2017)
       
  • POLA NAMA DESA DI KABUPATEN PONOROGO PADA ERA ADIPATI RADEN BATORO KATONG:
           SEBUAH TINJAUAN ETNOLINGUISTIK

    • Authors: Alip Sugianto
      Abstract: This paper expplains that  the Pattern Name of villages in Ponorogo at period of Duke Raden Katong Batoro has some morphological word formations and meanings. For the method, this research used literature and historical analysis. Research shows that names of the village in Ponorogo relate to Batoro Katong. From the historical point of view, names of the villages came from the names of People Punggawa Raden Batoro Katong who have lived in and founded Ponorogo. This was intended for the remembrance of Raden Katong Batoro’s struggle,  the founding father of Ponorogo.
      PubDate: 2017-06-30
      Issue No: Vol. 10 (2017)
       
  • RISIKO DEHUMANISASI PADA CROWDFUNDING SEBAGAI AKSES PENDANAAN BERBASIS
           TEKNOLOGI DI INDONESIA

    • Authors: Gita Widi Bhawika
      Abstract: Crowdfunding is a new phenomena. This fundraising based technology has increased in popularity since a decade ago. Crowdfunding can help people to fund their initiatives workings without boundaries because it only need internet connection to ask and give money. It is not necessary to gain relationship between initiator and funder. Yet, from the conventional fundraising point of view, it is important to build relationship in increasing the loyal funder who can easily fund the future initiator’s initiatives. Thus, crowdfunding has a potential dehumanization risk. This descriptive research will discuss about crowdfunding in Indonesia, and its dehumanization risks. Moreover, this paper will propose the model of donor relationship management to minimize the dehumanization risk.
      PubDate: 2017-06-30
      Issue No: Vol. 10 (2017)
       
 
 
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