Suhandano Suhandano
Fakultas Ilmu Budaya Universitas Gadjah Mada

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DIALEKTIKA INKLUSIVISME DAN EKSKLUSIVISME ISLAM KAJIAN SEMANTIK TERHADAP TAFSIR AL-QURAN TENTANG HUBUNGAN ANTARAGAMA Nurhadi, Rofiq; Hadi, Syamsul; I. M., Thoyib; Suhandano, Suhandano
Jurnal Kawistara Vol 3, No 1 (2013)
Publisher : Sekolah Pascasarjana UGM

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Potentially, both inclusivism and exclusivism can emerge from Islam itself. To an extreme point, inclusive point of view underline the importance to apprecieate religious pluralism and to avoid truth claims. To the other extreme, exlusive point of view suspect and even reject pluralism and upholds truth claims. Islam may be presented by the two extremes, and it is not only because of defferent emphasis in reading the holy texts, but also because of defferent methodologies of interpretation being employed. This paper discusses different methodologi of interpretation that determinate significantly the meaning of dīn, millah and syarī’ah and how they are related. The one that uses the relation of synonymy avoid ta’ārud al-adillah reading (the dispute among axioms) so leads to inclusive comprehension. The other using the relation of hyponymy between din and syarī’ah leads to ta’arud reading, uses of nasikh wa al-mansūkh method (abrogation), and so leads to exclusive comprehension.
PENGARUH BUDAYA TERHADAP ISTILAH SAINS DAN TEKNOLOGI DALAM BAHASA ARAB* Astari, Rika; Hadi, Syamsul; Poedjosoedarmo, Soepomo; Suhandano, Suhandano
Adabiyy?t: Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Vol 13, No 2 (2014)
Publisher : Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University Yogyakarta

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This research aims to analyze the influence of Arabic culture to Arabic in science and technological terms in order to measure the number of words and terms owned and absorbed by Arabic language. It is a kind of descriptive qualitative study, which tends to analyze the data inductively. Both distributional method and identity method were used for analyzing the data. The result of this study shows that other findings indicate that the Arabic language terms were commonly found in mathematics science, astronomy, geography, and medical. Meanwhile, most of the terms in the fields of pharmacy, physics, chemistry and biology are absorbed into Arabic because of its universality. Moreover, many terms in information system and communication technology are widely absorbed by Arabic language in the way of translation, meaning and concept borrowing, and loan-word forms.
TIPE-TIPE KESALAHAN KONKORDANSI GRAMATIKAL SINTAKSIS PADA FRASA BAHASA ARAB Supardi, Supardi; Hadi, Syamsul; Poedjosoedarmo, Soepomo; Suhandano, Suhandano
Bahasa dan Seni : Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, Seni, dan Pengajarannya Vol 45, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Fakultas Sastra

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This research examines concordance errors in grammatical syntax found in Arabic phrases conducted as a case study on the written texts produced by Arabic of IAIN Salatiga’s students. The qualitative approach is used to identify the types of errors. The sources of data in this study arethe students’ thesis proposals, IndonesianArabic translations, and Arabic-free compositions. The analytical method used is error analysis. The study found 19 types of errors which comprise of four phrase structures, namely the head-modifiers, modifier-head, head-head, and the head-apposition in gender, number, and definiteness categories.  Permalink/DOI: dx.doi.org/10.17977/um015v45i12017p001
Packaging Differences of News Content on Title Sabardila, Atiqa; Wijana, I Dewa Putu; Suhandano, Suhandano
Humaniora Vol 29, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Faculty of Cultural Science Universitas Gadjah Mada

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This study investigates anything that underlie the differences of the variation on the packaging variation of the news content on the title that is based on the topicalization, the materials of news title writing, clarity and complexity of the news content, reference shifting from the title to the body of the news, roles of the mediator and the source of the news, maintaining the local value of the news, comparison between the news content on the prior text, and the ideology of the news. The analysis was conducted through pragmatic identity method, referential identity method, and traditional identity method. The data were analyzed by employing discourse approach (: micro-structure), especially the connectivity between the title to the body of the news.There are many things that underlie the differences of news content packaging on the straight news. From the structure of the news element, it can be found the several topicalizations such as the topicalization of what, who, where, when, cause, manner, or the combination of two or more elements of the news. A clear and complex package of a news content on the title gives an ease to the reader to understand the news content. However, in a package which does not put the clear reference on the title, the readers are suggested to continue to read the body of the news. Then, in a package which put the source of the news and its utterance on the title, the journalist tries to enclose the relation of the reader to the source of the news. Meanwhile, in a package which put the journalist as the mediator, the readers are invited to understand the content of the news based on their understanding and interpretation. As a commodity, any packages are utilized so that the news papers are not left behind by the readers. In a news which contains local value, the local utterances are maintained for the readers from other area to learn. Finally, in the package of the news content, the selection of the news topics becomes the ideologies which are harmonized with their vision-mission.
Ideological Struggles and Identity Construction within the Politics of French Linguistics in Indonesia Andriani, Merry; Udasmoro, Wening; Suhandano, Suhandano
Jurnal Humaniora Vol 31, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Faculty of Cultural Science Universitas Gadjah Mada

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 This article aims to analyse the ideological struggles reflected in the identity construction of French-language users in Indonesia. Using a critical sociolinguistic approach, it examines how Indonesians users, with their ideologies, adapt or adopt the French language and culture, as well as the different patterns and models they use to do so. The informants of this research consist of 9 students in deep interviews, 60 students in class observation, and 15 lecturers at 12 Indonesian universities who have taught the French language and culture for at least two years. Data from the interviews is compared to French instruction books and media discourses using intertextuality and interdiscursivity analysis. This research identifies three models used by French users in Indonesia: to adopt French language and culture, to adapt it, or to abstain from the reproduction of both. Users of the first model completely adopt all aspects of French culture, including in their consumption and style. Meanwhile, users of the second model tend to select and accept only those aspects considered positive within their own value system. Those using the final model tend to ignore many aspects of French culture and language.
REQUESTIVE UTTERANCES IN SPOKEN JAVANESE OF TEGAL Mualimin, Mualimin; Marsono, Marsono; Suhandano, Suhandano
HUMANIKA Vol 26, No 1 (2019): Januari-Juni
Publisher : Faculty of Humanities, Diponegoro University

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Studying  language use as a part of the culture has been carried out for many years in many parts of the world, including in Indonesia. Indonesia which has various cultures has hundreds of local languages in which one of them is Javanese spoken in Tegal. This study is aimed at exploring how the Javanese dialect spoken in Tegal is used in drama radio programs on Pertiwi Radio of Slawi, the capital city of Tegal Regency.The data of the research are in the forms of uttrerances spoken by the characters of the drama containing requestive speech acts using a sociopragmatic approach. The findings of the research show that requestive utterances found in the drama are expressed both directly and indirectly. The direct requestive speech acts are mostly conveyed in utterances with imperative mood,  while indirect requestive ones are in the forms of declarative and interrogative utterances. The choice of utterances is influenced by context of social factors where the language is used and is related to request strategy.
PRODUCTION OF RELATIVE CLAUSES BY ENGLISH LEARNERS IN KAMPUNG INGGRIS PARE KEDIRI Novianto, Wawan; Suhandano, Suhandano
English Language and Literature International Conference (ELLiC) Proceedings Vol 3 (2019): 3rd ELLiC Proceedings: Reimagining New Cyber-based Research in English Education, Lit
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang

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This study aims to describe relative clauses produced by English Learners in Kampung Inggris Pare Kediri. The description of relative clauses produced is to know the kind of relative clauses English learners can and cannot produce. Data was obtained from learners’ essay in IELTS simulation test part writing. Result says that English Learners can only produce relative clauses which relativize H as subject with 85.7% of percentage, as object with 8.5%, and as adverb with 5.8% of percentage. RCs whose H position is in possessive, object of preposition, and indirect object do not appear in the data. While for relational relative clause, cleft relative clause is also not produced by learners.  Further, error analysis says that the errors learners produce are divided into six types: 1) error in using relativizer, 2) producing unneeded relative clauses, 3) The absence of relative pronouns, 4) Error in using verb in relative clause, and 5) Error in H-V agreement.53.4%
Menanggapi Pujian dalam Bahasa Jawa di Semarang Chandra, Oktiva Herry; Marsono, Marsono; Suhandano, Suhandano
Nusa: Jurnal Ilmu Bahasa dan Sastra Vol 14, No 2: Mei 2019
Publisher : Program Studi Sastra Indonesia, Fakultas Ilmu Budaya, Universitas Diponegoro

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Compliment response to a speaker is not a simple task. It often makes speaker in a problematic position among receivers either avoiding disagreement or refraining from implying self-praise. The interesting is that people in every culture background getting involved in this dilema try to find out a way that is able to minimize the potential of making inconvenience by proposing several strategies. The strategies are mainly determined by the culture of the speaker. In Javanese culture, people believe that the good way in establishing relationship with others is being modesty. Javanese have special term for this act, namely andhap ashor. This article aims in explaining the choice of strategies by Javanese. This will reveal the way of Javanese think. The data were collected by the use of observation supported by recording and note-taking technique, and interview. The results shows there are three macro strategies, namely agrreement, nonagreement and request interpretation. These three, then, are broken down into several micro strategies. The choice is based on the obedience to the politeness principles in Javanese circumtances
ACCOMODATION STRATEGY IN BUYING AND SELLING CONVERSATIONS AT GANG BARU TRADITIONAL MARKET CHINATOWN SEMARANG Kepirianto, Catur; Poedjosoedarmo, Soepomo; Suhandano, Suhandano
HUMANIKA Vol 26, No 2 (2019): Desember (IN PRESS)
Publisher : Faculty of Humanities, Diponegoro University

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Language is a means of communication to convey idea, mind, and feeling to the other. The research problems are the accommodation in buying and selling conversation between buyers and sellers in Gang Baru traditional market Chinatown Semarang and the accommodation direction. This research applies descriptive qualitative method. To collect data, it applies observation, tapping, and recording. Then the data are analyzed descriptively based on the theory of accommodation. The findings show that there is an accomodation in the conversation between buyers and sellers in traditional market Chinatown Semarang. The direction of accommodation are both convergence and divergence. In the convergence, the speakers adapt positively, otherwise in the divergence, the speakers adapt negatively. The interpersonal interaction provides the speech in a conversation. Each talk or speech has its own function and becomes the component to arrange the comprehensive relation in a conversation. There are functions on convergence and divergence accommodation. The convergence accommodation has functions to maintain the symmetric speech, to reactualize the solidarity, to keep cooperative speech, to reduce interpersonal difference, to consider the other view, and to provide adaptation. While the divergence accommodation has functions to bargain, to retain the argument, to keep personal speech, to maintain the identity, to keep personal identity, to maintain ethnic identity, to retain the distance, to keep asymmetric speech, and to maintain idiosyncratic speech. It is implied that the speech accommodation in Gang Baru traditional market Chinatown Semarang represents such markers as solidarity, cooperative, symmetric, asymmetric, tolerant, identity, and ethnic markers.
DIALEKTIKA INKLUSIVISME DAN EKSKLUSIVISME ISLAM KAJIAN SEMANTIK TERHADAP TAFSIR AL-QURAN TENTANG HUBUNGAN ANTARAGAMA Nurhadi, Rofiq; Hadi, Syamsul; I. M., Thoyib; Suhandano, Suhandano
Jurnal Kawistara Vol 3, No 1 (2013)
Publisher : Sekolah Pascasarjana UGM

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (317.808 KB) | DOI: 10.22146/kawistara.3961

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Potentially, both inclusivism and exclusivism can emerge from Islam itself. To an extreme point, inclusive point of view underline the importance to apprecieate religious pluralism and to avoid truth claims. To the other extreme, exlusive point of view suspect and even reject pluralism and upholds truth claims. Islam may be presented by the two extremes, and it is not only because of defferent emphasis in reading the holy texts, but also because of defferent methodologies of interpretation being employed. This paper discusses different methodologi of interpretation that determinate significantly the meaning of d?n, millah and syar??ah and how they are related. The one that uses the relation of synonymy avoid ta??rud al-adillah reading (the dispute among axioms) so leads to inclusive comprehension. The other using the relation of hyponymy between din and syar??ah leads to ta?arud reading, uses of nasikh wa al-mans?kh method (abrogation), and so leads to exclusive comprehension.