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Nathaniel’s Ambition to Revenge on Simon Lovelace Discribed in Jonathan Stroud’s The Bartimaeus Trilogy: The Amulet of Samarkand

Arjuna, Alfian Rheza

LITE: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, dan Budaya Vol 14, No 2 (2018): September
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This thesis is entitled Nathaniel’s Ambition to Revenge on SimonLovelace Described in Jonathan Stroud’s The Bartimaeus Trilogy: The Amuletof Samarkand has an objective to analyze ambition and motive of Nathanielalias John Mandrake to revenge on Simon Lovelace as his enemy. Theresearcher used descriptive qualitative method to find out Ambition and motiveof Nathaniel alias John Mandrake after Humiliated by Simon Lovelace. Whilelibrary research method was used to gain any references dealing with the objectof analysis. Technique of analysis is divided into two, there are structural andpsychology approach. Structural approach was used to analyze structuralelements like general description, conflict, and setting, while psychologicalapproach was used to analyze and describe problems dealing with the object ofstudy. The collected data were analyzed by reading the novel. The researcherpresents all the data by the quotation through general description, conflict andsetting. The results of this research show that the main character is described asa person who is genius, clever, restless, arrogant, and curious. He belongs toround dynamic character since he has more than one specific traits and he alsochanges from the beginning till the end of the story. The main character alsoexperiences internal conflict about him admitting the truth about who steal theamulet, to disobey his master, blame himself and also external conflict againsthis master, Bartimaeus, Maurice Schyler, The Resistance and Simon Lovelace.The setting in this novel is divided into setting of place; Attic room, SirUnderwood house, Boarded-up building, Heddleham Hall, Small library andThe hall of Heddleham Hall, setting of time; morning in boarded-up building,10.15 am and setting of social on high social class. Nathaniel alias JohnMandrake’s ambition is motivated by humiliation and murder drives him to gaineverything that needs to commit revenge. Living as magician which is alwayssurrounded by ambition and domination, losing someone that he loves,humiliated and be degraded by other.Keywords: Ambition, Amulet of Samarkand, Jonathan Stroud, Motive, Revenge

Feminism Reality as Expressed by Sumarni in the Years of The Voiceless Novel by Okky Madasari: A Critical Discourse Analysis

Shinta, Ayu Monita Eka

LITE: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, dan Budaya Vol 14, No 2 (2018): September
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This thesis entitled Feminism Reality as Expressed by Sumarni in theYears of the Voiceless Novel by Okky Madasari: A Critical Discourse Analysis isconducted to convey position and feminism reality of woman as reflected bySumarni in this novel. The subject of this study is the main character namelySumarni regarded as a voiced civilian woman. The reason for choosing this novel isbecause of inequality power relation issues, especially woman. Women areconsidered as weak. Here, Sumarni appears as a main character who wants tospeak up rather than to be voiceless. This study is intended to give a model in howwoman can show her power through her utterances since woman wants to be equalin society. There were several steps in doing this study which have been done.Under the qualitative research, the data collection started from reading the noveland then selecting utterances. While the method of data analysis was done bygrouping Sumarni’s utterances, after that the utterances were analyzed byconsidering feminist stylistic elements at the level of sentence by using transitivitychoices and Wodak’s triangulatory approach. The result of this study reveals thatthe use of relational process is higher than material process intention andsupervention, and mental process internalized and externalized. From the findingabove, it can be seen that Sumarni appears as a not common woman since she canbe a sugarcane field owner and moneylender in the end of the novel. In addition,there is a feminism reality as realized by Sumarni that a woman must beindependent and be responsible both in society and family. Keywords: CDA, feminist stylistics, feminism, The Years of the Voiceless,utterancesWomen

Ilokusi yang Memberikan Efek Humor kepada Pembaca dalam Manga Azumanga Daioh

Ariefandi, Febryan

LITE: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, dan Budaya Vol 14, No 2 (2018): September
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The purpose of this study is to describe the form and meaning of illocutionary acts which create humor effect in the manga entitled Azumanga Daioh Volume 1 by Azuma Kiyohiko. The data source of this study is the casts’ speeches which have potential to be an illocutionary acts. Data were collected and analyzed based on theory of Searle illocutionary acts. Data were also analyzed using theory of Grice cooperative principle to find a maxim of cooperative principle’s violation. The type of this study is qualitative description with pragmatic approach. The result of this study showed that illocutionary acts within Azumanga Daioh Volume 1 categorized at five illocutionary forms, consisted of assertive “admitting”, “claiming”, and “speculating”, directive “requirement” and “prohibition”, expressive “criticisms”, comissive“offering”, and declarative “deciding”. Those illocutionary acts also violated maxim of cooperative principles that are maxim of quantity, maxim of quantity, maxim of relevance, and maxim of manner. Illocutionary acts are also acts as a support to create humor within speeches. Keywords : Speech Acts, Illocutionary Acts, Cooperative Principle, Violation, Humor

Analisis Makna Gramatikal Jouken Hyougen To dan Tara dalam Drama Okuribito

Siswoyo, Siswoyo

LITE: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, dan Budaya Vol 14, No 2 (2018): September
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This thesis discusses the substitutions of to and tara conjunction terms of grammatical meaning occour in Okuribito drama. It aims to analyze the substitution of to and tara. The data analysis was conducted by using distributional qualitative method with syntactic and semantic design based on Suzuki Shinoru’s theory. The results of reveal that to and tara conjunctions are mutually substitutable when they show the following meaning: general situation, habitual, hope, thought, and constancy. However, they are not mutually substitutable when they are used to show: assumption, permission, wish, action, intention and advice. Keywords: Conditional Sentence, To Conjunction, Tara Conjunction, Substitution, Synonym.

Konteks dalam Studi Linguistik Pragmatik

Saifudin, Akhmad

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This paper tries to provide an understanding of the context in pragmatic linguistic studies. Pragmatic linguistic studies are known as branches of linguistics which discuss the meaning of speech based on context. In this paper the context is understood as a conceptual framework about everything that is used as a reference in speaking or understanding speech. Context is classified into two types, namely linguistic and nonlinguistic. Linguistic contexts are contexts whose references are contained in previous speeches and nonlinguistic contexts are not found in speech or outside of language. The nonlinguistic context can be divided into four types, namely physical, psychological, social, and shared knowledge contexts.Keywords: Pragmatics, Context, Text, Meaning, Shared knowledge

Nilai Estetika dan Cita Rasa Makanan dalam Penyajian Makizuki Musim Gugur pada TV Champion Jepang

Christianawati, Theng Anita

LITE: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, dan Budaya Vol 14, No 2 (2018): September
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This research discusses the aesthetic value and taste of the food served in autumn makizushi as shown in TV Champion Japan. It aims to find out the aesthetic value and taste of autumn makizushi, because there are several types of sushi based on the season they are served. The video data were taken from the first episode of Sushi King series of TV Champion, produced by TV Tokyo Japan. The type of this study is descriptive qualitative. The result of the study show that there are several  characteristics of aesthetically served makizushi, i.e.; unity, symmetry, harmony, balance and contrast. In addition, there are three characteristics which define the aesthetic  value of makizushi taste; unity, harmony and contrast.Keywords : Aesthetic value, Food Aesthetic, Sushi, maki-zushi, Tv Champion Japan

Strategi Kesantunan Permintaan Bahasa Jepang dalam Drama “Engine”

Satyanto, Satyanto

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This paper examines the variations of request strategies based on the theory suggested by Ide Sachiko on Japanese politeness strategies. The purpose of this study is figure out the variations of politeness strategy in Japanese request. The primary data source of this research a Japanese drama entitled “Engine”. The data were analyzed based on the Wakimae (Discernment) and Ishiryoku (Volition) concept. Japanese social rules encourage people to take into account the social distance, psychological distance, and formality in every interaction. The distance affects the selection and use of diverse futsuugo and keigo in both request topic sentence and supporting reasons and yobikake usage preference. The results of the study show that the use of yobikake, requests, and reasons were adjusted based on the social distance of the people in the conversation. Keywords : Request Strategies; Politeness; Wakimae; Volition; Social Distance.

EKSPRESI ‘DIRI’ DALAM BAHASA JEPANG

Saifudin, Akhmad ( Universitas Dian Nuswantoro )

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Although Japanese society is known as a collective society, basically, Japanese self-existence is not merging with itscommunity as it is. Japanese characteristics that are oriented to the community – as they are reflected in their vertical society concept and how people differentiate the concept of uchi / soto – do not eliminate Japanese self-existence nor their individualistic. This writing describes about Japanese self-existence in their language by considering the following factors: predicates psychological, addressing and kinship, honorofic and polite expresion, donatory verb, the pronoun jibun, and private/public expression. It can be said that, in order to describe about Japanese self-existence, it is important to identify their absolute/relational self and public/private expression.Keywords: Japanese self-existence, uchi/soto, absolute/relationalself, psychological predicates, Pronoun Jibun

A FORMALISM APPROACH ON DAPHNE DU MAURIER’S REBECCA

Sulistyorini, Haryati ( Dian Nuswantoro University )

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Literature is a human living description expressed by the authors through their literary texts. Understanding literature is about how to understand the texts that contain their creative process. Formalism is one of the approaches aimed at finding out what and why the motor of the story works in the literary texts. Daphne du Maurier’s was analyzed using the formalism approach. The main character obsession is the one that runs the story, which arouses various conflicts among characters. How the main character solves the problems in the conflict is the final answer of the story analysis using the formalism approach.Keywords: formalism, tension, “I” character, Rebecca

IMPROVING STUDENTS’ LISTENING-RESPONSE SKILL

Rifqi, Muhammad ( Dian Nuswantoro University )

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Responding to questions is an important skill to develop.Sometimes students cannot give suitable responses to somespecific questions. In order to be able to give suitable response to a question students have to understand what a given questionexpects. Failing to anticipate what the question asks will lead thestudents to give unsuitable response. Giving feedback to thestudents in anticipating what a question asks is believed to be able to improve their abilities to respond to the questions appropriately. I conducted classroom research on the teacher’s feedback to improve the students’ question-response skill in my listening class in EFL setting. Sixty-nine participants were the fourthsemester students taking Listening IV in 2005. They were asked to listen to and answer the recorded oral questions taken from a standardized model test. The test results were evaluated and the researcher gave feedback to the students by giving the key and discussing the case specific to each question item. After giving teacher’s feedback, the participants were asked to listen and respond to a number of questions and the result, again, wereevaluated. This cycles were iterated for 3 times. The teacher’sfeedback comprises sound recognition, guessing the word’s orphrase’s meaning, and grammar. The research findings showed significant improvement on the students’ question-response skill indicated by the increased mean score especially after implementing the third cycle.Keywords: feedback, action research, cycles, sound recognition,meaning, grammar

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