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Izumi : Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra dan Budaya Jepang
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  • Front Cover, Editorial Team, and Table of Contents

    • Authors: Zaki Ainul Fadli
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • Acknowledgment, Author Guidelines, Back Cover

    • Authors: Zaki Ainul Fadli
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • Native Speaker’s Perception Of The Naturalness In The Japanese Speech
           Act Response Of Compliment Among Japanese Learners In Indonesia

    • Authors: Bayu Aryanto, Syamsul Hadi, Tatang Hariri
      Pages: 1 - 10
      Abstract: Responding to compliment sometimes puts the speech partner in a dilemma. Receiving a compliment can cause a chance of a self-compliment impression. If you refuse a compliment, it will give the impression of not appreciating the reasonable judgment of the speech partner (complimenter). This dilemma will be more complicated for foreign language learners, including those who have linguistic skills at an advanced level. This article contains how native speakers provide an assessment for the compliment responses of speeches to Japanese learners, especially in Central Java and D.I.Yogyakarta. Fifty-three respondents were Japanese learners, and five were native Japanese speakers as judges to assess the naturalness of the respondents' compliment speech responses. Among 424 responses of Japanese learners' compliment speech, 55 per cent of the respondents' speech was considered unnatural. It indicates that there has been a socio-pragmatic failure and a pragma-linguistic failure. Socio-pragmatic failure can be seen in the "lack of competence" to consider extra-linguistic factors, such as the failure to consider whom the partners are speaking, the failure to understand the horizontal distance and vertical distance speech partners. The use of speech levels that are not under the conversation context is quite visible in the data.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.1-10
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • Musashi: Takezo the Ronin, Aggression, and Erich Fromm's
           Psychological Perspective

    • Authors: Anas Ahmadi
      Pages: 11 - 20
      Abstract: This study explores the character of Takezo the ronin in Musashi by Eiji Yoshikawa through the psychological perspective of aggression. This research specifically aims to (a) explore Takezo's psychology of aggression as a ronin and (b) the impact of Takezo's aggression on others. The approaches used in this research are the psychology of literacy and the psychology of aggression. The method used is qualitative; it uses data exposure and interpretation. The data source is the novel Musashi by Eiji Yoshikawa (translated version in Indonesian). The data used is in the form of text that is relevant to Takezo's psychology of aggression. The data analysis techniques are carried out in five stages, (1) identifying data related to Takezo's psychology of aggression, (2) data classification related to Takezo's psychology of aggression, (3) data presentation related to Takezo's psychology of aggression, and (4) summarizing data related to Takezo's psychology of aggression. The results showed that Takezo's aggressions are represented in the form of thoughts and behaviour. Takezo's aggressive thoughts are wanting to defeat and kill his enemies. Takezo's aggressive behaviour is killing his enemies, who are samurai. Takezo's aggressions cause the impact of physical category, and they are death and disability on the defeated samurai. Besides, in the psychological category, Takezo's aggressions cause fear and hatred in society. It is concluded that Takezo represents ronin, which desires destructive aggression that has a physical and psychological impact on others.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.11-20
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • Locality in Makoto Shinkai’s Kimi no Na wa: Negotiating Japanese
           Youth Identity

    • Authors: Muammar Kadafi, Shofi Mahmudah Budi Utami
      Pages: 21 - 31
      Abstract: Japan becomes one of the countries that has been producing worldwide popular culture, namely through anime. Besides its popularity which attracts wider audiences, anime cultivates cultural content as it is also found in popular anime entitled “Kimi no Na wa”. Aside from its popular culture, Japan has undoubtedly been known for its ‘high culture’ products such as haiku or Zen, to which Japanese identity is attached. Then, the content of Japanese locality performed in the anime highlights some crucial issues related to Japanese identity, including the problematic relationship between traditionality and modernity, generations, and genders. Thus, the local content in the anime is interesting to scrutinize how traditional values are depicted and negotiated concerning Japanese identity. Since this study is descriptive-qualitative research, it answers the problem by describing the phenomenon and employing the interpretative method by Hall’s concept of identity. The selected data related to locality and identity obtained from the movie and poster are grouped and approached by Hall’s semiotic representation to see the relation to its significations. Finally, this brings out the interpretation of the data indicating that the anime portrays the ‘return’ to local culture. It is referred to as ‘nihonjinron’, which is particularly emphasized in youth life. Through this film, the identity is negotiated. The characters (Taki and Mitsuha) perform post-modern subjects; a case in point accepts the changes as they develop their identity in the current era.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.21-31
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • The Utilization of the "Tsutaeru Hatsuon" Online Media in Learning
           Japanese Accents and Intonations

    • Authors: Heni Hernawati, Dwi Puji Asrini
      Pages: 32 - 40
      Abstract: This study reveals the analysis of the online media's role, "Tsutaeru Hatsuon", to improve Japanese language learners in mastering and to apply Japanese phonetics, especially in accents and intonation. This study uses primary data in the form of respondents' answers to questions in the website "Tsutaeru Hatsuon", which was conducted twice, namely pre-test and post-test, and secondary data in the form of responses questionnaires. Respondents in this study were 64 Japanese language education students at Semarang State University, class of 2019. The results showed that the post-test scores increased than the pre-test scores. In Japanese intonation material, respondents who answered questions correctly on all questions increased by 23%, while in accent material, respondents who answered questions correctly on all questions increased by 31%. Thus, it can be concluded that there is an improvement in the respondent's ability to understand Japanese intonation and accent after using the "Tsutaeru Hatsuon" website. According to respondents, the questionnaire answers showed that the website "Tsutaeru Hatsuon" is easy to understand and use. Moreover, the material is easy to understand, and the explanation is very detailed, which is equipped with sound files and learning videos. It is beneficial for learners to be able to understand Japanese accents and intonations directly.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.32-40
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • The Rise of The Rising Sun: The Roots of Japanese Imperialism in Mutsuhito
           Era (1868-1912)

    • Authors: Gema Budiarto
      Pages: 41 - 56
      Abstract: This article aims to discuss the Japanese modernisation of the Mutsuhito Emperor Era, which focused on the developments that triggered Japan to become an imperialist country. The Bakufu government, which had been in power for more than 250 years, must finally end. After being deemed unable to handle the country's condition, the Bakufu government returned the Japanese government ultimately to Emperor Mutsuhito. During the occupation of the Empire's seat, Emperor Mutsuhito was assisted by his advisers to make changes in all fields. The main fields were built by them, such as reorganise the political bureaucracy, developing industrial-economic, and developing military technology. Supported by the progressive developments in the country, Japan was transforming into a large industrial nation. To meet its industrial needs, Japan became an imperialist country and defeated China and Russia during the Mutsuhito period of government. The method used in this research is historical and has five steps, among others determining the topic, sources collection, sources criticism, interpretation, and writing. The results showed that the aggressive development and strengthening in political bureaucracy, industrial economics, and military technology in the Meiji era were the roots of the spirit of imperialism of new Japan. Political, economic, and military are the reasons to undertake imperialism besides cultural and religious reasons
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.41-56
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • The Formation of Dajare and Its Effects on Speech Partners in Anime
           Monogatari Series

    • Authors: Elizabeth Ika Hesti Aprilia Nindia Rini, Aldhimas Kurnia Widianto
      Pages: 57 - 66
      Abstract: This study aims to describe the formation of dajare and examine the effects of dajare on speech partners. The data in this study were taken from the anime series entitled Monogatari Series. Data from the anime series were collected using the contextual analysis method. The results showed seven dajare formation processes: homophones, mora change, metathesis mora, combining phrases, dividing phrases, mixing foreign languages, and moving commas. It was found that the effect of dajare on speech partners was mainly positive.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.57-66
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • Perception and Modification: A Pragmatic Study of Irai Hyougen by Japanese
           Learners

    • Authors: Thamita Islami Indraswari, Wistri Meisa, Dian Rachmawati, Lintang Putri Ariyani
      Pages: 67 - 83
      Abstract: This research focused on describing how perceptions about the degree of imposition are manifested in requests in Japanese used by learners and how these perceptions are translated into choices of pragmatic modification. Through qualitative methods using the discourse completion test, it is known that perceptions of the degree of an imposition when requesting something are not manifested into the choice of request type used by learners. Instead, it is more visible from the variation in the choice of syntactic patterns used in request expression. The perception of the degree of imposition translated into a choice of external and internal pragmatic modifications. Although learners have varying perceptions of the degree of imposition for the same request, it does not appear that learners differentiate the choice of pragmatic modification based on the heaviness of the request’s imposition.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.67-83
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • You are Victim: The Depiction of Enemies in Japanese Super Hero Series

    • Authors: Daniel Hermawan
      Pages: 84 - 91
      Abstract: The depiction of Super-Villain in Japanese Super Hero series usually showing the western country as the main villain. The result of World War II primarily influences this. Nevertheless, recently there have been several Super Hero Series that depicted the minorities as the main villain. The purpose of this study is to present the issue of minorities in the Japanese Super Hero Series. Through the cultural study approach, this paper will discuss how minorities being represented by the antagonist character, Roimudde. This study had two aims (i) how does the Roimudde representing the minorities in Japanese society. (ii) how the characters Heart and Medic represent that minorities were victims of society. We found that the Roimudde was a different race from humans representing the minorities through content analysis of the Children television series Kamen Rider Drive. At the same time, Heart and Medic have painful memories that made them grudge toward humanity. It is also mean that this film was recognizing the minorities as the victim of prejudice by society. It is necessary to throw all prejudice to other people just because of physical or race differences to enter transnational society without prejudice.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.84-91
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • The Analysis of Shouryakugo on Social Media Twitter

    • Authors: Sonda Sanjaya, Wistri Meisa, Hendityo Suryo Devanto
      Pages: 92 - 97
      Abstract: This study examined the morphology of shouryakugo on social media Twitter. This study aims to determine the type and process of shouryakugo formation on Twitter. The study data were taken from tweets that were trending with hashtag # 社会 between January and March 2019. A descriptive qualitative design was employed in this study. The data obtained were categorized and analyzed based on the formation process. The results of this study showed the types and processes of shouryakugo formation. The findings include four forms of zenbu shouryakukei, 32 forms of gobu shouryakukei, five forms of chuushouryaku kei, one form of zengo shouryaku kei, and 21 forms of kousei youso tanbun ketsugoukei. Meanwhile, in the process of forming shouryaku, the researcher found four words with the omission of parts or all of the first words, two words with the omission of parts or all of the second words, twenty-five words with the omission of syllables at the end of words, two words with the omission of syllables at the end of the first word and all second words, twenty-one words with the omission of syllables at the end of the first word and the second-word element, three words with the omission of all second words, five words with the omission of middle words, one word with the omission of the first syllable of the first word and the final syllable of the second word.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.92-97
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • The Translation of Japanese Manga Meitantei Conan: The Similarities and
           Differences between The Original Japanese Version and the Indonesian
           Translated Version

    • Authors: Idrus Idrus
      Pages: 98 - 108
      Abstract: Japanese comics or manga have caught the world’s attention in recent years. It conveys stories through words and images in a specific order resulting in beautiful works. Now, manga is translated into various languages in the world, including Indonesian. The following study entailed a comparative analysis of the manga Meitantei Conan into Indonesia, primarily concentrating on: the format, for example, the arrangement of pages, lettering, and typography, what was translated what was not. In translating Japanese manga into Indonesian, it was found that there were similarities (retained elements) and differences (adjusted elements). We can found similarities between the original Japanese version and the Indonesian translated version of manga in the writing composition on the chapter title and onomatopoeia. Besides, there are also similarities in cultural terms because the translator maintains terms in Japanese as a translation strategy. The main difference between Original Japanese comics and the Indonesian translated version is the binding system of using, the type of font, and the use of Indonesian cultural elements so that the dialogue of the story characters is more communicative and easy to understand.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.98-108
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • Historical Memory of Ainu through Material Culture in Japanese Literary
           Text: An Analysis of Tsushima Yuko’s Work

    • Authors: Wawat Rahwati, Budi Mulyadi, Andres Suhendrawan
      Pages: 109 - 118
      Abstract: This research discusses the elements of material culture in the literary text of Jakka Dofuni Umi no Kioku no Monogatari by Tsushima Yuko in presenting historical memories of the Ainu as one of the indigenous people in Japan. Material culture is a study carried out through objects (artefacts) to see social markers, historical traces, social knowledge, and the identity of a particular nation or society. This research aims to reveal the history and identity of the Ainu as shown through material cultural objects and how the characters in the text interpret these objects. Qualitative approaches and narrative structures as research methods are used to analyze this literary text. Besides, memory theory is also used to reveal collective memories related to Ainu history and identity. The results show that the Jakka Dofuni museum with various artefacts presents historical memory and Ainu identity through the narrator's discussion and figures in narratives text. The spirit consolation monument (ireihi), which was built in the area of the Jakka Dofuni museum, is an object of memory of remembrance for local people from the Ainu and Uilta tribes who were victims of war during the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1945). The collection of cultural artefacts and the life history of Gendanu as the owner of the museum with the identity problems he experienced can be interpreted as a form of markers that confirm Ainu's identity.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.109-118
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • The State of Women and Women’s Education at the Beginning of
           Tokugawa Shogunate (1603-1651)

    • Authors: Riza Afita Surya, Teresa Angelina Kaluge
      Pages: 119 - 130
      Abstract: This study attempted to draw a more critical analysis of women and their education at the beginning of the Tokugawa period. Tokugawa, or the Edo period in Japan, was a warrior society. It is one of the most studied fields for many scholars as it highlighted the feature of Japanese culture until today. In Japan, women’s studies began in the 1970s, which is considered late than Western. Recently, there is still limited research regarding women’s education activities being conducted under the Tokugawa shogunate. This study engaged historical methods, namely heuristics, criticism, interpretation, and historiography. At the beginning of the Tokugawa era, women’s education was varied based on social status and families’ occupation. The gap of education between men and women and noblewomen and commoners is a mystifying matter as some historical accounts address the contrary facts. Many historical writings indicate that women at the beginning of the Tokugawa period experienced great repression and hierarchical subjugation. However, several accounts addressing the role of women during Tokugawa were relatively better as women received fitted and suitable education during the period. Therefore, it is necessary to identify Tokugawa’s social and political context more closely than making the judgment based on how it used to be since many classical historiographies in the past solely focus on the ruling class. Finally, the time needed for education equality toward women in Japan indicating that education was important for the whole population that would need to be given to all.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.119-130
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • Oyster Cultivation Betting on Foreign Workers: A Study of Indonesian
           Workers in Hiroshima

    • Authors: Muhammad Reza Rustam
      Pages: 131 - 142
      Abstract: One of the reasons foreign workers are looking for jobs abroad is that there are not enough jobs in their home countries. Indonesia is one of the countries that send migrant workers to more developed Asian and Middle Eastern countries. The increasingly rapid flow of globalization in the world goes together with the need for new workers to fill the industry, especially in Japan. This condition has forced Japan to open doors for foreign workers from developing countries to satisfy demand. These workers usually come from developing countries, such as Indonesia, Vietnam, China, the Philippines, and others. In general, they occupy the less desirable working positions over Japanese youth, the so-called 3D work (dirty, dangerous, and demanding). Therefore, the current dynamics of these migrant workers' life in Japan becomes an exciting subject to comprehend, especially for the Indonesian migrant workers. This study aims to determine the dynamics of Indonesian worker's life while working in the Japanese fisheries sector. In particular, the study looks at those who work in oyster cultivation in Hiroshima prefecture. This research was carried out using descriptive analysis methods and field study with in-depth interviews conducted from 2016-2018. The interviews performed in this study were structured to find answers for the following questions: What problems do the workers face while living in Japan' What kind of processes did they go through before coming to Japan' While working in the Japanese fishing industry, how was their life as a Muslim minority'
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.131-142
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • Normative Women and Patriarchal Hegemony in Ariyoshi Sawako’s
           Hanaoka Seishu no Tsuma (1966)

    • Authors: Nina Alia Ariefa, Andhika Pratiwi
      Pages: 143 - 155
      Abstract: This research examines the depiction of normative women in the Edo period (1603-1868) in the novel entitled Hanaoka Seishu no Tsuma (1966) by Ariyoshi Sawako, a Japanese female writer in the post World War II Showa era. Reflecting on the novel’s normative female characters, it analyzes the silenced voices of women. It will contribute to the discussion on how the normative female figures criticizing the patriarchal hegemony that has not been revealed in the literary canon of the Edo period. This research shows how normative women characters are presented in the text as a feminine strategy to criticize this hegemony. The researchers use feminist criticism theory from Butler’s gender performativity (1990). The study concludes that although normative women characters are commonly represented as men dominating women, those can also be used to criticize the patriarchal hegemony.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.143-155
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • Vocabulary Learning Strategies by JFL Good Learners in the Digital Era

    • Authors: Eka Marthanty Indah Lestari, Dewi Puspitasari
      Pages: 156 - 170
      Abstract: Vocabulary is an integral aspect when learning a foreign language. The issue discussed in this research includes learning new vocabularies by Japanese language learners who are competent and the relevance of vocabulary-learning strategy by Oxford (1990) to foreign language learners' current condition. This research aims to elaborate on the relevant vocabulary-learning strategy for foreign learners of the Japanese language. The research methodology is qualitative, with semi-structured interviews by adopting the questionnaire by Saengpakdeejit (2014). The vocabulary-learning strategy is classified based on the taxonomy of vocabulary learning strategy by Oxford (1990), Schmitt (1997), and Churches (2009). The result shows that Japanese language learners who are competent apply the vocabulary learning strategy, as Oxford (1990) stated. The dominant strategy used by the participants is a cognitive strategy, which allows new vocabularies to be stored in the participant's memory. Furthermore, information related to new vocabularies needs to be stored in the participant's memory using vocabularies. Besides, a competent Japanese language learner can use the learning resources, printed materials, and digital application to improve the vocabularies.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.156-170
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • The Role of Societal Change toward Adolescent Suicide in Japan:
           Phenomenological Analysis on 12 Suicidal Teens Film by Yukihiko Tsutsumi

    • Authors: Salma Nabila, Susy Ong
      Pages: 171 - 183
      Abstract: Suicide cases are still a big challenge for Japan, even though in the 21st century, the government began to pay attention to and follow up on this phenomenon. While Japan's suicide rate among adults is declining, the rate in minors increased, and suicide is the highest cause of death for those under 20. This research reveals the problems and factors around suicidal teens in Japan through twelve characters' stories in 12 Suicidal Teens Film. To understand this film, what meaning that brought to discussion requires interpretation. Paul Ricoeur said that text or work is a dialogue to reveal the dimensions of reality in the phenomenological approach. The suicide motives expressed by 12 teenagers in the film 12 Suicidal Teens could be common. However, there are several factors such as religion, culture, social, even economic trends that could influence teenagers to commit suicide. The result shows that the social changes in Japan put pressure not only on adults but also on the lives of the youth. Also, information that is increasingly easy to obtain by anyone can become a boomerang for society because people can learn from what this information says.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.171-183
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • Conversational Implicature Of Women’s Language By Shin Tanokura In
           Drama Series Of Oshin

    • Authors: Eko Kurniawan, Shofi Mahmudah Budi Utami
      Pages: 184 - 192
      Abstract: This study aims to describe the conversational implicature of women’s language by Shin Tanokura in the drama series of Oshin. Research-based on a theory of  Azuma (2009) for implicature as women’s language and Yule (2006) for conversational implicature. It is a kind of qualitative research. The data collection technique used is the observing method. The method used in this research is the descriptive analysis with Connect and Compare Equation Technique and Connect and Distinguishing Technique. The result showed that the conversational implicature of women’s language by Shin Tanokura in the drama series of Oshin is generalized conversational implicature, particularized conversational implicature, and scalar implicature. These three implicatures present markers that confirm the utterances belong to the variety of women’s language. In conclusion, the use of the implicature with high intensity is a marker of the utterance that belongs to the variety of women’s language. The variety of women’s language with the use of implicature gives an impression and an image about the characteristic of women and the variety of women’s language.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.184-192
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • Interference in Japanese Learning by First-Year Students of Hospitality
           Department in State Polytechnic Of Bali

    • Authors: Harisal Harisal
      Pages: 193 - 205
      Abstract: The second-language learning process is often constrained by the influence of mother tongue or first language-Acquisition learners, which is called interference. Interference is principal language irrelevance in bilingual due to one or more language to be introduced or Speech Communication. Based on its phenomenon, students of State Polytechnic of Bali are considered passive interference learners, putting their mother tongue (Javanese and Balinese) elements and Indonesian Language in Japanese consciously or intuitively. This study aims to disclose the type of interference by the hospitality program students for those studying Japanese in State Polytechnic of Bali and explain its factors. The method used is Descriptive Qualitative, which is concerned with taking document field notes and literature Review to represent the real phenomenon of passive Interference types. The population in this study were all students in State Polytechnic of Bali in Japanese class. In contrast, the sample was taken from the results of purposive sampling based on their 100% attendance. There were about 65 first-year or second Semester students in Japanese Class and showed their Interferences. The study results showed that about 75 Passive Interference has commonly occurred in grammatical cases, such as phonetics, morphology, and syntax. Moreover, the occurrence factors of Passive Interference are distinctive Phonetic Features, The Language pattern differences between Mother Tongues (Local Languages) – Japanese, and lack of Japanese Language Proficiency skills and its dictions.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.193-205
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • Presentation of Progressive and Resultative Functions of te iru Form in
           the Basic Japanese Textbook “Situational Functional Japanese”

    • Authors: Hari Setiawan, Ari Artadi
      Pages: 206 - 213
      Abstract: Many studies regarding the acquisition of te iru focus on the learner’s language output. There are very few researches that focus on textbooks as the input in language studies. There is a possibility that introducing grammatical items in textbooks tends to lead the learners to misuse te iru. It is necessary to clarify the grammatical items' characteristics in the basic level textbooks as a language input. Especially, in the study abroad, such as in Indonesia, non-textbook sources for Japanese input are limited. Therefore Indonesian Japanese learners mostly depend on textbooks. This research will discuss the introduction of te iru in the basic level textbooks from the input viewpoint. This research examines how te iru is introduced in “Situational Functional Japanese”. The data in this research include the main textbook and the grammatical explanation, from which te iru sentences are collected and classified. In order to identify the general tendency of te iru in textbooks, te ita, te inai and subordinate sentences are also included as data. Each textbook recognizes that five usages are introduced in the explanation of SFJ, but only two usages are written in explaining the usage of te iru. Their usage is resultative and progressive. And, te inai and te ita are also introduced in SFJ. Moreover, if we look at the distribution of the example sentences of te iru in SFJ the example sentences can still be found, some of which show an increase in subsequent chapters.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.206-213
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
  • Evaluation of Japanese Language Proficiency in Online Internships for
           Vocational School Students of Diponegoro University, Semarang

    • Authors: Maharani Patria Ratna, Arsi Widiandari
      Pages: 214 - 220
      Abstract: The internship is one of the five-semester compulsory courses for D3 (Diploma 3) students of the Diponegoro University Vocational School, Semarang. Internships are held for a minimum of 3 months in the industry. Internships are applied at the diploma education level to allow the student to be well prepared before entering the world of work after graduating. This study aimed to evaluate the use of Japanese in online internships. The online internship has been applied since the pandemic of Covid-19. This research is expected to be a self-evaluation for curriculum adjustments to answer industry needs. Mainly because the Diponegoro University Vocational School no longer accepts D3 level students since 2019. In 2019, The D4 (Diploma 4) program replaced the closure of the D3 program. Of course, this makes curriculum adjustment a very urgent matter. Therefore, we need an evaluation of the curriculum implemented at the D3 level as a reference. This research is a qualitative descriptive study with a survey method. The data was collected through a survey distributed to 5 Japanese Vocational School (SV) D3 students who did online internships using Japanese. The survey contains several questions covering the four language skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. The survey was carried out online by providing three alternative answers to multiple-choice questions circulated via a google sheet. Based on the research results, it can be understood that students are pretty satisfied with the abilities obtained during lectures because they can be applied during online internships using Japanese. Students still experience dissatisfaction with one aspect of Japanese language learning, which is the Speaking aspect. As a result, it becomes an obstacle when doing online internships. However, this percentage of dissatisfaction is minor compared to other aspects of learning. It is an important point that can reference self-evaluation of study programs, both for curriculum preparation and classroom teaching.
      PubDate: 2021-06-01
      DOI: 10.14710/izumi.10.1.214-220
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2021)
       
 
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