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JOURNAL BULETIN ALTURAS (ISSN 0853-1692; E-ISSN: 2579-5848) is open access journal that is published by Faculty of Adab and Humanities, UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta. It serves to disseminate research and practical articles that relating to the current issues on the study of history, literature, cultures, and religions. This journal warmly welcomes contributions from scholars of related disciplines by using Bahasa Indonesia, English, and Arabic.
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KONSEP PERTENTANGAN MAKNA DALAM LINGUISTIK MODERN DAN LINGUISTIK ARAB Yusuf, Kamal
AL-TURATS Vol 19, No 1 (2013): Al-Turats Januari 2013
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This article deals with oppositeness of meaning and the notion of antonymy is revised. The oppositeness of meaning is discussed further in two perspectives, i.e. modern linguistics and Arabic linguistics. According to modern linguistics, oppositeness of meaning is when two words or more contrary in meaning. In this view, oppositeness of meaning is assumed as two forms that opposite in their meaning. There are such as antonymy, complementary, directional, and contrary. Meanwhile, according to Arabic linguistics tradition, oppositeness of meaning is assumed one form that has contrary in meaning. This phenomenon is what so called contranymy.
PENDEKATAN PRAGMATIK DALAM MENDUKUNG KEMAMPUAN KOMUNIKASI LISAN Saefudin, Asep
AL-TURATS Vol 19, No 1 (2013): Al-Turats Januari 2013
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The purpose of communication is to get the message across to others clearly and unambiguously. Doing this involves effort from both the sender of the message and the receiver. And its a process that can be fraught with error, with messages often misinterpreted by the recipient. When this isnt detected, it can cause tremendous confusion, wasted effort and missed opportunity. In fact, communication is only successful when both the sender and the receiver understand the same information as a result of the communication. So, it is assumed that the approach which can creat the situation of second language learning, especially oral communication skill is pragmtics. This paper discusses a rationale why there is value in explicitly learning pragmatics for second-language (L2) learners in the target language. The importance of issues in the notion of pragmatics is considered, including determining the contribution of pragmatics in supporting the students’ speaking skill, how to preapre the language learners understand the relation of pragmatics and language functions in the term of acceptable communication, and the role of syntax and semantics in facilitating the learning of pragmatics.
KEARIFAN LOKAL DALAM MEMBENTUK BUDAYA PANGAN LOKAL KOMUNITAS MOLAMAHU PULUBALA GORONTALO Fadhilah, Amir
AL-TURATS Vol 19, No 1 (2013): Al-Turats Januari 2013
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The perspective of culture considers food not only as a physiological and biological aspect of human  but also includes it in a food culture system. Food culture system includes how food is produced, distributed and consumed. It also implicitly tells how the people tries to fulfill their need of food, social and cultural aspect in order to preserve their life, as a family and society. The culinary tradition which based on local food is a form of local genius as a description of how people lives in many patterns. These patterns present collective identity in concepting food as social function.
MEMBINCANG HISTORIOGRAFI ISLAM ABAD PERTENGAHAN Wahyudi, Johan
AL-TURATS Vol 19, No 1 (2013): Al-Turats Januari 2013
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Islam is a religion which has a high civilization. It can be seen when we talk about its developing knowledge. Hence, it can be said that modernization, as we see now day, is cannot be standing without the work of Islam. However, Islam had painted a masterpiece as a religion that is not only sinking itself in aspects of ritualistic but it also has a responsibility to fulfill the mankind’s need. One of them is the emerging of historiography. In the Islamic middle ages, there are many styles of historiographies which are different from previous era.
KONFLIK VERTIKAL ANTARA GERAKAN ACEH MERDEKA DI ACEH DENGAN PEMERINTAH PUSAT DI JAKARTA TAHUN 1976-2005 Jayanti, Kurnia
AL-TURATS Vol 19, No 1 (2013): Al-Turats Januari 2013
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This thesis analyzes the vertical conflitc between the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) and the central government in the new order until  the reform periode (1975-2005). This thesis to answer the following question: how the history of the Free Aceh Movement formed? How to travel vertical conflict in Aceh GAM passed? What factors are causing the people of Aceh who want to break away from Indonesia? What effortss will be undertaken to resolve the conflict betqween the Free Aceh Movement and the Indonesian government in achieving the draft peace agreement? To answer some of these questions, the autors conducted a study of literature. As for technical writing  (thesis and dissertation) CEQDA UIN Syarif Hidaytullah Jakarta.
MENAKAR ULANG KUALITAS BUKU-BUKU TERJEMAHAN DI INDONESIA Wijaya, Muhammad Tatam
AL-TURATS Vol 19, No 1 (2013): Al-Turats Januari 2013
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Translating book is a trend in Indonesia nowadays. Unfortunatelly, its quality is not good enough. There are many factors which caused it, including the carelessness of translator, the time of translating, and a little appreciation to the translator. While, there is an effort to recover such bad thing, that is an institution to control its quality. By this control, the quality of translation books could be measured. This control can be carried in may ways, by criticizing and assessing  for example. Criticizing means making an objective assessment of the works. This kind of criticism will observe the relation between theory and practice in translating.
BORROWING WORDS IN NEWSPAPER SEPUTAR INDONESIA DESEMBER 2009 Winarto, Arif Budi
AL-TURATS Vol 19, No 1 (2013): Al-Turats Januari 2013
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This research is aimed at identifying the English borrowing words from English into Indonesian. The object of this research is Indonesian newspaper, Seputar Indonesia, published on December 27th, 2009. This research, however, takes only certain articles to analyze in terms of borrowing words, since there are so many articles in it, such as education, entertainment, sport, science, technology, hobbies, lifestyle, politics and International news. In addition, this research is conducted for it is known as the Indonesia leading newspaper in using new words or borrowing words compared than the other newspapers. As the result, this research finds forty five borrowing words from the newspaper, namely extension, narrowing, same meaning and most of them are loan blend, five loanwords they are duel, mode, model, target, and survey and no loan shift. On the other hand, the change of meaning does not have regeneration and degeneration.
اللغة والشخصية Setiadi, Agung Heru
AL-TURATS Vol 19, No 1 (2013): Al-Turats Januari 2013
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Method which is used by people in speaking or writing expresses certain aspects of the attributes of his character.  People who speaks in certain aspects, shows many of their character traits. To judge the character of a particular individual through his language, we need to examine all the issues from his words and ways he speaks. It can exposes an individual to different positions and record his speeches and sayings. It could also be obtained from the written expression.  Analysis of the results shows that there is a strong relation between language and personality.
ULAMA BETAWI PERSPEKTIF SEJARAH Derani, Saidun
AL-TURATS Vol 19, No 2 (2013): Al-Turats Juli 2013
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Islamic Scholar of Batavia has contributed significantly in building the nation through Islamic knowledge, since its name as Bandar Calapa until it is changed into Jakarta. Their main role is never changed, that is to to keep the faith and uphold morality. The changes accoured is  just only in methodological way, as an effort to adapt their selves with new condition. It could be seen fron Batavian Corner and the Center of Hadits Study. In 21St century, the neoliberalism, secularism, pluralism, radicalism, and globalization has affected the economic, law enforcement, unemployment, field of work, labor salary, and law standar quality of  human resources. All of them have afflicted the muslim world and threaten the disintegration of a nation.
DINAMIKA KULTURAL TABOT BENGKULU Handayani, Rizki
AL-TURATS Vol 19, No 2 (2013): Al-Turats Juli 2013
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Bengkulu’s Tabot is a religious-based ceremony, being adapted into an ethno-cultural festival.  Coming from Shi’i tradition of memorizing the moment of the Husain’s death in Karbala in 680. Tabot has changed to people festival which claimed by Bengkulu people as their cultural heritage. In this case, the religious element of Tabot has been reduced, while that ethno-cultural element exaggerated.  This tradition of Tabot was brought from Iraq to South Asia by Indian people in 1336-1405. Then, this tradition was brought from India to Bengkulu by Indian Muslims who were the workers of the English East India Company in building Fort Malborough in 1336. So, the workers were the first people who performed Tabot festival in Bengkulu. As time goes on, not only those Indian Shi’i-Muslim workers celebrated the ceremony of Tabot, but also other people of Bengkulu. While those workers and their early descendants celebrated that ceremony of Tabot because of their religious orientations, the other carried out that ceremony because of ethno-cultural orientation.

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