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Kajian Linguistik dan Sastra
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ISSN (Print) 0852-9604 - ISSN (Online) 2541-2558
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    • Authors: Cahya Buana, Nailil Huda
      Pages: 1 - 23
      Abstract: PPKM (Enforcement of Restrictions on Community Activities) is one of the government's policies in the context of tackling the Covid-19 pandemic in 2021-2022. This policy was responded to in various ways by the community, both in positive and negative ways. The negative responses include the use of sarcastic words for the PPKM acronym, different from its original meaning. Sarcasm in pragmatic studies is considered a form of language impoliteness because it makes other people humiliated. This study aims to: (1) find out the most popular PPKM acronym in the Covid-19 era, (2) analyze the type, purpose, and context of sarcasm in the PPKM acronym in the Covid-19 era, (3) reveal the manifestations of impoliteness in the acronym PPKM in the Covid-19 era. This study is qualitative research with a pragmatic approach as a basis for analysis, especially the language impoliteness theory used to analyze netizen comments on 7 YouTube channels. Based on the results of the study, it was found: (1) The most popular PPKM acronym in the Covid-19 era, such as "Mr. President when are you resigning", and Slowly We Die; (2) the sarcasm used in the PPKM acronym is "proportional sarcasm" and "'Like'-Prefixed Sarcasm" with the aim of expressing emotions, satirizing and also opposing. The context of sarcasm in general is motivated by economics (49%), politics (48%) ideology (5%); (3) Manifestations of language impoliteness appear in the form of gratuitous, conflictive, face-aggravate, and face-threaten to lose face.
      Keywords: PPKM, impoliteness, sarcasm, plonga-plongo, pinocchio
      PubDate: 2023-05-20
      DOI: 10.23917/kls.v8i1.22300
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2023)

    • Authors: Bella Berliana, Diah Rahma Cahya Agustyowati
      Pages: 24 - 45
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is to describe the forms of hybridity, mimicry, and ambivalence that are presented in the book collection of short stories Berburu Buaya di Hindia Timur by Risda Nur Widia. This research is classified as a qualitative descriptive study with a postcolonial approach. The data collection technique used is qualitative analysis of literary works documents. The data analysis process is carried out through three stages, namely: (1) data reduction, selecting the data that has been collected and classifying it into predetermined categories; (2) presenting data, describing and analyzing each data; and (3) conclusion, giving a conclusion to the data that has been analyzed. The results show that there are seven forms of hybridity which include: (1) language, (2) education, (3) mindset, (4) belief, (5) court system, (6) lifestyle, and (7) lifestyle tools. . Furthermore, five forms of mimicry were also found which include: (1) means of payment, (2) the tax system, (3) weapons, (4) naming places, and (5) cooking spices. Meanwhile, there are two forms of ambivalence, namely: (1) concubines and (2) looks.
      Keywords: hybridity, mimicry, ambivalence, postcolonialism
      PubDate: 2023-05-20
      DOI: 10.23917/kls.v8i1.18891
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2023)

    • Authors: Wijiasih Eka Pertiwi, Syihaduddin Syihabuddin
      Pages: 46 - 63
      Abstract: This study aims to describe the lingual form which consists of lexical and grammatical forms, the cultural meaning in the naming of typical Cianjur batik motifs accompanied by the philosophical values contained in typical Cianjur batik motifs. The research method used was the descriptive qualitative method and ethnolinguistic theory. Sources of data were obtained from literature reviews in the form of journal articles and online media sources. The main data source of the research consists of the lexicon of words and phrases for naming Cianjur batik motifs and the philosophical meanings found in Cianjur batik motifs. The data analysis method used was the intralingual and extralingual equivalent methods. The results of the study found lingual unit forms consisting of monomorphemes, affixations, phrases, and acronyms. Cultural meanings were in the form of cultural elements that describe the lexicon of typical Cianjur batik motifs. Then the philosophical values obtained were moral philosophical values, social philosophical values, cultural/customs philosophical values, and historical education. The results found in this study, namely the lexicon of typical Cianjur batik names based on lingual forms consisting of basic word forms (monomorphemic), affixed word forms (polymorphemic), phrase forms, and acronyms. In this form, there were also several categories of words and phrases that contain grammatical meanings such as categories of nouns and verbs. The cultural meaning that describes the characteristics and culture, social, history, and natural environment of the naming of the batik motifs. The naming lexicon of typical Cianjur batik motifs has a philosophical value consisting of moral values, social values, and cultural values.
      Keywords: lexicon, batik motifs, etnolinguistics, philosophical values
      PubDate: 2023-05-20
      DOI: 10.23917/kls.v8i1.13423
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2023)

    • Authors: Dipa Nugraha, Main Sufanti
      Pages: 64 - 83
      Abstract: Chairil Anwar's poems have been discussed by dozens of Indonesian literary critics and academics. Even so, there could still be cases of incorrect identification of Chairil Anwar's poetry by Indonesian literary academics. This article is an investigative research article. Data was obtained from surveys through cyberspace using the Google search engine with certain keywords and applying snowballing techniques. In order to enrich the data in explaining cases of incorrect identification of Chairil Anwar's poetry, class simulations were carried out. The first class simulation resulted in findings of the phenomenon of information overload as the cause of the identification of Chairil Anwar's poetry. In another class simulation, it was found that artificial intelligence in open-access conversation formats such as the GPT Chat which was just present at the time this article was written needs to be closely observed for its development and potential in literary learning. The conclusion of this article is that there is an urgency to increase Indonesian literary literacy in literary learning in tertiary institutions as well as the need for its integration with digital literacy learning.
      Keywords:  Literary Myopia, Digital Literacy, Information Overload, Artificial Intelligence, ChatGPT
      PubDate: 2023-05-20
      DOI: 10.23917/kls.v8i1.22024
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2023)

    • Authors: Mad Yahya, Wiwik Retno Handayani
      Pages: 84 - 97
      Abstract: This article aims to analyze the aspects of language uniqueness in Kidung Jawa Modern. The data is eleven modern Javanese kidung released by Sindy Purbawati. The data was collected using the note-taking technique. Furthermore, content analysis is used to identify language uniqueness in kidung. Moreover, the data was analyzed using Jakobson's six linguistic functions to reveal the categories of literary language functions in the kidung. The study results show that Kidung Jawa Modern tends towards lexical repetition and synonymous semantic repetition. Based on the language uniqueness of these linguistic aspects, the author groups the themes of kidung discourse into four categories (1) religiosity, (2) social and romantic, (3) ecological, and (4) educative. Based on the content analysis approach, the language uniqueness of the kidung in the lexical form are the repetition of possessive pronouns in social romance-themed kidung, personal pronouns in religious-themed kidung, and the third person pronoun in educational-themed kidung. In the semantic aspect, the repetition of synonyms is found in kidung with ecological themes that relate to synonyms of natural terms, the songs of romance that relate to synonyms of heart and mood, and the songs with religious themes that relate to the repetition of synonyms of divine terms. The interest of people in Javanese kidung in Kidung Jawa Modern is related to the poetic aspects of the kidung, variations in discourse themes, and the relevance of the kidung to the nature and social phenomena that occurred in society when the kidung was released.
      Keywords:  Javanesse kidung, content analysis, Kidung Jawa Modern, and popular culture
      PubDate: 2023-05-20
      DOI: 10.23917/kls.v8i1.20629
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2023)
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    • Authors: Fadlul Rahman
      Pages: 98 - 112
      Abstract: Kerinci is located in Jambi Province and is bordered by the West Sumatra Province. The language used by the people of Kerinci, in general, is the Kerinci language with very diverse isolect variants. This research was conducted in three areas of Kerinci, namely, Tanah Kampung, located in Sungai Penuh City, Kemantan Raya, and Dusun Baru, located in Kerinci Regency. The fundamental reason for conducting this research is to document the variation of isolects in Kerinci from the Automated Similarity Judgment Program (ASJP) Database. This is very important to do considering that so many indigenous languages have shifted or become extinct due to the current technological revolution. The method used is a descriptive method with a dialectological approach, and the technique used is the technique of recording and interviewing using the ASJP database. From the research that has been done, it can be seen that these three observation areas have very diverse phonological variations phonologically. However, when viewed from a lexical point of view, only 11.66% of lexical variations and 88.33% of lexical were found to be the same or similar.
      Keywords: ASJP, Isolect, Kerinci, Sound Variations
      PubDate: 2023-05-20
      DOI: 10.23917/kls.v8i1.19604
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2023)

    • Authors: Lutfio Indra Permana, Malikatul Laila
      Pages: 113 - 126
      Abstract: Podcast is a platform for people to talk about something off-air which can be found on YouTube. This study aims to identify the type of code-mixing and to explain the reasons of using code-mixing in the Podcast. This qualitative research collected the data from the speakers’ utterances in the YouTube video entitled “AZKA CORBUZIER LOH UDAH PACARAN SKRG!” using non-participant observation and documentation. The result revealed that there are 172 data containing code-mixing. Firstly, in Muysken’s typology of code-mixing theory, there are: 99 data of alternation type, 72 data of insertion, and one data of congruent lexicalisation. Secondly, the reasons of code-mixing involved two theories: Hoffman’s theory and Bhatia and Ritchie’s theory. In Hoffman’s theory, there are 124 data as talking about a particular topic, 19 data as emphasising the intention, 11 data as clarifying by using repetition, six data as uncategorised, five data as being emphatic about something, three data as quoting somebody else, and two data as expressing interjection and as expressing group identity. In Bathia and Ritchie’s theory: (1) participants: father and son relation; (2) situational factors: podcast setting, involving private domain, intimate and informal conversation, and social variables: 14 years old and 44 years old and wealthy family; (3) message-intrinsic consideration: quotation, reiteration, message-qualification, topic-comment/relative clause, hedging, and interjection/sentence filler; (4) language attitude, dominance, and security: both speakers have positive attitude toward each other’s code-mixing, balanced language dominant, and respectable while exchanging code-mixing.
      Keywords: code-mixing, sociolinguistics, non-participant obsevation, podcast, bilingualism
      PubDate: 2023-05-20
      DOI: 10.23917/kls.v8i1.21275
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2023)

    • Authors: Vina Damayanti
      Pages: 127 - 141
      Abstract: The Novel Maryam by Okky Madasari tells the story of a religious conflict that causes discrimination, expulsion, and injustice to the Ahmadiyya group. This novel was published in 2012 by winning the Khatulistiwa Literary Award. Okky Madasari is a novelist who is known for his writings that contain social criticism aimed at certain people. His writing started from his story and experience of discrimination against minority groups. The purpose of this study is to discuss the resistance to religious discrimination of the Ahmadiyya group. This study uses a descriptive qualitative method to understand social phenomena from the participant’s point of view or perspective in order to provide data, opinions, and thoughts. The data source of this research is Maryam’s Novel with reading, analyzing, and note-laking techniques related to the issues to be raised. This can be seen from the content of the discussion, namely: 1) the resistance of the leaders to discrimination against the Ahmadiyah Group in society, namely as a form the Ahmadiyah group against discrimination, namely the attitude of the Ahmadiyah community against a group of people when the expulsion occurred, some of them were Maryam figures and Khairuddin; 2) resistance against government officials regarding the Ahmadiyya group caused by the attitude of Islamic organizations that brand Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s followers as a misleading group and the issuance of the MUI Fatwa that Ahmadiyah is a heretical group.
      Keywords: Maryam, Okky Madasari, Ahmadiyah, discrimination.
      PubDate: 2023-05-20
      DOI: 10.23917/kls.v8i1.18680
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 1 (2023)
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