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Journal of Culture, Arts, Literature, and Linguistics (CaLLs)
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CaLLs (Journal of Culture, Arts, Literature, and Linguistics) published by Fakultas Ilmu Budaya Universitas Mulawarman and published in June and December. CaLLs welcome articles and research reports utilizing an interdisciplinary approach to the study of culture. The object materials of the study may include aspects of language/linguistics, literature, arts (music and traditional arts).
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PENGARUH PELEMBAGAAN DESA BUDAYA PAMPANG Arifin, M. Bahri; Vivian, Yofi Irvan; Nasrullah, Nasrullah
CaLLs (Journal of Culture, Arts, Literature, and Linguistics) Vol 3, No 2 (2017): December 2017
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Pampang is a cultural tourism village in Samarinda, East Kalimantan. Most of Pampang’s people do the art activities. Every Sunday at 02.00 pm in Lamin, there is a dance performance of Dayak Kenyah. Three Sapeq players become a partner in this dance. The existence of this activity becomes the first step of Cultural Tourism Village of Pampang. A strong institutionalization that is able to reconstruct a village becomes a brand as cultural village. In this research,  the writer analyzed process and dynamic of the institutionalization in Cultural Tourism Village of Pampang using theories of Cultural Phase’s van Peursen, commodification, cultural industry’s Frakfurt School and mediatization.Keywords: process, transformation, institutionalization, Cultural Tourism Village of Pampang
KOSAKATA BATU DALAM BAHASA-BAHASA DAERAH DI INDONESIA: ANALISIS LINGUISTIK BANDINGAN HISTORIS Rijal, Syamsul
Journal of Culture, Arts, Literature, and Linguistics (CaLLs) Vol 1, No 1 (2015): Juni 2015
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The phenomenon of gemstone or in Indonesia known as “batu akik” happened greatly in the early to the middle of 2015 and has become attention among the people in Indonesia. Although it cannot be identified precisely when the phenomenon of people massively wearing and collecting gemstones has begun, this study aims to present an early review of this phenomenon seeing from linguistics study. This study revealed three linguistics points regarding to this phenomenon.  First, from several vocabulary of “batu”, most of them have the same phonetic form, that is [batu]. Second, the variation of “batu” vocabulary experienced changes in bilabial sound from /b/ to become /w/; extra aspirated voice [Bh] in phoneme [b]; and bilabial phoneme /b/ becomes dorsa velar /k/. Third, this study reveals that people’s interest in wearing and collecting gemstone all over Indonesia happened as the result of cultural similarity which lies in vocabulary “batu” that exists almost in all tribes, regions, and cities in Indonesia.Keywords: gemstone, local language, linguistic comparison
GENDER IDENTITY FORMATION OF INDONESIAN WOMAN EFL TEACHERS: BECAUSE WOMB-MAN DOES EXIST Asanti, Chris
Journal of Culture, Arts, Literature, and Linguistics (CaLLs) Vol 2, No 2 (2016): Desember 2016
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This study aims at investigating the gender identity formation of some Indonesian women EFL teachers as they had experiences in advancing their study abroad. The study adopted a qualitative methodology within a feminist framework. The data were generated from some women who had been teaching English in Indonesia for at least two years prior to coming to another country to further their education. Through self-completion questionnaires and focus group interviews, the participants shared their lived-experiences and their adjustments as they were exposed to different cultural movements transnationally, between Indonesia and another country. How these women EFL teachers construct their gender identity during their transnational movement and how English actually influences these processes is the focus of the study. The findings reveal how the processes of gender identity construction were formed through governmental policy and socio-cultural values in the society. The findings also show how for these women EFL teachers their professional milieu was a site of contestation for women to promote their status in the society and gender equality. Finally the study highlights that English language is viewed as a benefit to elevate women’s social status as it facilitated their socialization in professional and educational contexts when they furthered their study in another country. Drawing on the findings, further research is suggested around the issue of gender identity construction of men EFL teachers in order to get more comprehensive picture.Keywords: gender identity, women EFL teachers, English language 
PENUMBUHAN BUDAYA LITERASI DENGAN PENERAPAN ILMU KETERAMPILAN BERBAHASA (MEMBACA DAN MENULIS) Mursalim, Mursalim
CaLLs (Journal of Culture, Arts, Literature, and Linguistics) Vol 3, No 1 (2017): June 2017
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Indonesia has the wealth and diversity of the nation as the population of approximately 240 million, ethnic and regional languages, religions, diverse cultures, diverse customs and customs, and a wide variety of flora and fauna that all these things are very necessary to be understood and known by all layers community and built, disclosed, communicated both orally and in writing. In order for the wealth and diversity of such a nation to be known and understood as well as possible by all citizens of Indonesia, then every citizen is also expected to no longer experience illiteracy, or otherwise all literate. Therefore, the author of this paper will explain the growth of literacy culture with the science of reading and writing language skills. The purpose of this paper is to provide information to the reader community about the process of cultural growth of literacy with the application of the science of reading and writing language skills. The things that will be presented in this paper are (a) understanding of literacy and cultural literacy, (b) the growth of literacy culture, (c) understanding of language skills, (d) applying the science of writing language skills, and (e) read. It can be concluded that literacy is literacy, namely the ability to write and read. Then, the literacy culture is meant to do the habit of thinking followed by a process of reading, writing, in the end, what is done in a process of the activity will create the work. Keywords: culture of literacy, language skills, reading, writing
ANALISIS NASKAH “KERETA KENCANA” KARYA W.S. RENDRA Adinda, Adinda
Journal of Culture, Arts, Literature, and Linguistics (CaLLs) Vol 1, No 2 (2015): Desember 2015
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The text of Kereta Kencana is a text from WS. Rendra work taken from the original text Les Chaises by Eugene Ionesco. Kereta Kencana is written by WS. Rendra. It had been choosen as the creative process analysis study. This research is aimed how the creative process analyzed a drama text done through the research to produce a show art exhibition. Through this text this creative process is hoped to explain the way of work before it is showed.Keywords: theater text analysis, creative process
A PORTRAYAL OF NIGERIAN AFTER CIVIL WAR IN CHINUA ACHEBE’S CIVIL PEACE (1971) Astuti, Anjar Dwi
CaLLs (Journal of Culture, Arts, Literature, and Linguistics) Vol 3, No 2 (2017): December 2017
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African literature has strong relation with colonialism, not only because they had ever been colonized but also because of civil war. Civil Peace (1971), a short story written by Chinua Achebe, tells about how Nigerian survive and have to struggle to live after Nigerian Civil War. It is about the effects of the war on the people, and the “civil peace” that followed. The Nigerian Civil War, also known as the Nigerian-Biafran War, 6 July 1967–15 January 1970, was a political conflict caused by the attempted annexation of the southeastern provinces of Nigeria as the self-proclaimed Republic of Biafra. The conflict was the result of economic, ethnic, cultural and religious tensions among the various peoples of Nigeria. Knowing the relation between the story and the Nigerian Civil War, it is assured that there is a history depicted in Civil Peace. In this article, the writer portrays the history and the phenomenon of colonization in Nigeria by using new historical and postcolonial criticism approaches.Keywords: history, colonization, civil war
PROSES PENCIPTAAN KOMPOSISI MUSIK KYAI BADRANAYA DALAM KARYA MUSIK KIDUNG SEMAR Setyoko, Aris; Supanggah, Rahayu
CaLLs (Journal of Culture, Arts, Literature, and Linguistics) Vol 4, No 2 (2018): Desember 2018
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Kyai Badranaya is another name for figures in the purwa puppet show which is a symbolic figure for Javanese people. The special symbolic means to have variations, concepts of life, and beliefs in Javanese society. In the Javanese purwa puppet show, Semar figures are representations of good and wise qualities in human beings. Real Semar figures are also gods who transformed into commoners and became servants, protectors, and also knights of Pandawa namely Yudhistira, Bima, Arjuna, Nakula, and Sadewa in the Javanese version of the Mahabharata epics. The musical composition of Kyai Badranaya is part of the four musical compositions of Kidung Semar by the author, who presents musical performances with ideas from the values and semar phenomenon of Semar figures in the purwa puppet show in Java. The method is carried out through stages, namely the alignment process, and sound training. With this method, the music composition of Kyai Badranaya is compiled and presented in the form of a musical repertoire, which proposes reflection and thoughts about how one becomes a leader who applies the life concept of Semar, namely tepa selira, lembah manah, and andhap asor. The purpose of various organizations is the application used as a learning medium for the general public in the form of new music works. The result of the creation of this musical composition work is to contribute scientific thinking on how to create new music works by utilizing work from traditional sources of Javanese musical music in particular, as well as archipelago music.
ORDE BARU SEBAGAI LANDASAN FABULA DALAM NOVEL ENTROK KARYA OKKY MADASARI: KAJIAN FORMALISME RUSIA Rokhmansyah, Alfian
Journal of Culture, Arts, Literature, and Linguistics (CaLLs) Vol 1, No 1 (2015): Juni 2015
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This study focused on the analysis of the facts used to form the fabula which was defamiliarized into sjuzet in the novel Entrok by Okky Madasari. To analyze the facts, Russian Formalism theory and objective approach were used in this study. The results showed that the story in the novel used historical facts from the new order to form fabula. Subsequently the fabula was defamiliarized into sjuzet.The results also indicated that there was a fictionalization process conducted by the author in creating the story which used historical facts.Keywords: fabula, the new order, russian formalism
PERBANDINGAN PANDANGAN TOKOH UTAMA TERHADAP PROFESI PELACUR DALAM NOVEL PEREMPUAN DI TITIK NOL DAN NOVEL TUHAN, IZINKAN AKU MENJADI PELACUR! Rokhmansyah, Alfian
Journal of Culture, Arts, Literature, and Linguistics (CaLLs) Vol 2, No 2 (2016): Desember 2016
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This study was focused on the comparison of view of life between the main character in the novel Perempuan di Titik Nol by Nawal el-Saadawi and the novel Tuhan, Izinkan Aku Menjadi Pelacur! by Muhidin M. Dahlan. As the method of analysis, content analysis was used along with objective approach. The results showed that there are similar views towards prostitute as profession from the two main female characters in both novel. The main character in the novel Perempuan di Titik Nol considers prostitute as her escape since she rejected to be the object to satisfy the lust of men without certain price. While the main character in the novel Tuhan, Izinkan Aku Menjadi Pelacur! considers prostitute as a force to restore her self-confidence in life.Keywords: comparison of novels, women’s points of view, main character, prostitute
RECONSTRUCTING PATRIARCHAL DOMINATIONS AND GENDER ROLES IN DEBORAH ELLIS AND RUKHSANA KHAN WORKS Suparti, Erni
Journal of Culture, Arts, Literature, and Linguistics (CaLLs) Vol 1, No 2 (2015): Desember 2015
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This study analyzes the issues of traditional patriarchy and the reconstruction of gender roles of three books; The Breadwinner (Deborah Ellis), Parvana’s Journey (Deborah Ellis), and Wanting Mor (Rukhsana Khan). All these three books are considered as multicultural literature because of the theme of war and violence in Afghanistan culture. The findings confirm gender roles are unstable and inconstant. These three books show evidences of how gender roles are adaptable and changeable depends on what gender is favored in the social interactions. What is more, the institutional perspectives provide ways of reasoning gender roles are altered and changed. By observing Afghan social practices and policies in their culture, these books also confirm that most social institutions in this culture are gendered to favor patriarchy dominations. Therefore, the main characters of these books portray the shifts and changes of their gender roles to save them from ‘disparate treatment’ in the society.Key word: patriarchal dominations, gender roles, Afghanistan culture