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IZUMI: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, dan Budaya Jepang (e-ISSN: 2502-3535, p-ISSN: 2338-249X) merupakan media yang diciptakan oleh Program Studi Bahasa dan Kebudayaan Jepang Universitas Diponegoro untuk menampung tulisan-tulisan ilmiah mengenai hasil-hasil penelitian, juga ide dan pemikiran tentang bahasa, sastra, dan budaya Jepang. IZUMI terbit reguler dua kali dalam satu tahun (bulan Juni dan Desember). IZUMI memuat artikel yang terkait dengan bidang ilmu Bahasa, Sastra, Sejarah, dan Budaya Jepang. Artikel yang diterima redaksi akan di review oleh peer reviewer dengan tujuan untuk menjaga kualitas artikel.
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HEDGES DALAM BAHASA JEPANG Putri, Claudia Herzegovina
IZUMI Vol 7, No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/izumi.7.1.35-41

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Hedges is a restriction used by a person for protecting themselves or an effort of a face saving act. The hedges sign in Japanese has a uniqueness due to have a different pattern of sentences that differs from other language, that make us interested in examining the hedges sign in Japanese as a pragmatic study. The author collect the data using “simak-catat” method, then it was analyzed using descriptive method. The result is presented using informal method. The result is the hedges sign in Japanese is divided into four maxims. The hedges sign that meets the maxim of quantity is soukai, iyo iyo “eventually”, while the maxim of quality are tabun “perhaps", kamoshirenai “perhaps”, sou “seems”, dekirudarou “perhaps can”, the maxim of manner is ~tara ~omotteimasu “I suppose…if…”, and the last maxim is maxim of relenvance ~kedo “but, however…”.
ANALISIS CAMPUR KODE DALAM LIRIK LAGU GENTLEMAN OLEH BOYBAND SHINEE KARYA JUNJI ISHIWATARI Dewi, Sifta Sari; Pujiono, Muhammad
IZUMI Vol 7, No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/izumi.7.1.22-34

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(Title: The Code Mix Analysis In Lyrics Of Shinee’s Gentleman By Junji Ishiwatari)This study aims to analyze the code mix in the lyrics of SHINee’s Gentleman by Junji Ishiwatari which specifically to describe what kind of code mix is contained in the lyrics and to describe how the factors caused the interference of code in the lyrics. The method used in this research is observation and library research. There are 16 forms of code mix contained in the lyrics, namely: 5 insertion of elements of tangible word, 9 insertion of elements of the phrase and 2 insertion elements of tangible clause. The dominant form of code mix is the insertion of phrasal elements. While there are 3 factors that caused the interference of the code in the lyrics, namely: (1) The casuality (informal situation), (2) The author wants to show the learning and/or position and (3) There is no correctly expression in language that had been used. The dominant factor of them is no correctly expression in language that had been used. The customary factor is not found in the lyrics of SHINee’Gentleman by Junji Ishiwatari although songwriters often use English in writing song lyrics.
PENGARUH KONSUMSI ANIME DAN MANGA TERHADAP PEMBELAJARAN BUDAYA DAN BAHASA JEPANG Wahidati, Lufi; Kharismawati, Mery
IZUMI Vol 7, No 1 (2018)
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(Title: The Effect of Anime and Manga Consumption on Japanese Language and Culture Learning) This research was conducted to look at how far anime and manga effect Japanese language learning among the students of the Japanese Program in the Vocational College of Universitas Gadjah Mada. The data were collected via a question form. The question form was distributed to 2nd year and 3rd year Japanese students in May 2017. The questions in the questionnaire include the Japanese language learning motivation, the level of interest in Japanese anime and manga, frequency of consuming anime/manga, as well as the effect on the Japanese language learning by consuming the products. From the data obtained, things can be concluded as follows: 1) most of the students stated that the first time they knew Japanese was through anime/manga; 2) watching anime can support students’ Japanese learning, especially for vocabulary enrichment, listening exercises, and understanding the context of the use of Japanese words or expressions; and 3) most of the students experienced a change of perceptions about Japanese language and culture after learning Japanese in the university. However, the language used in the anime contains stereotypical elements (known as role language or yakuwarigo) and therefore yakuwarigo and sociological context in Japanese should be introduced to the students.
REPRODUKSI WACANA METABO LAW DALAM PEMBENTUKAN STEREOTYPE FAT CHARACTER PADA ANIME JEPANG Andayani, Santi; Paramita, Ni Made Savitri
IZUMI Vol 7, No 1 (2018)
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(Title: The Reproduction Of Metabo Law Discourse In Constructing Fat Characters Stereotype In Japanese Animes) Japanese government through Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (MHLW) in 2008 issued the Metabo Law regulation, which is the standard of medical and health guidance that is done specifically with the purpose to decrease the number of obesity which cause the metabolic syndrome. This regulation put the body of each individual to be open to the public. Using Foucault’s perception, this study look how Metabo Law works and how the reproduction of Metabo Law discourses constructing stereotype of fat character in Japanese anime. This study took data from 14 fat character in 13 anime, airing in 2008’s until 2015’s. To complete the data, interview were conducted on 5 Japanese about their understanding about Metabo Law. This study shows that with the normalization process using yearly general checkup and the reproduction of Metabo Law discourses, Japanese government successfully change the Japanese mindset and their behavior in maintained a healthy life style and to stay slim. The stereotype of the fat character that emerge as the product of reproduction of Metabo Law discourses is greedy, careless, cowardly, shy/ have low self-confident, and an otaku.  
G 30 PROJECT : INTERNASIONALISASI PENDIDIKAN TINGGI DI JEPANG Widiandari, Arsi
IZUMI Vol 7, No 1 (2018)
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Internationalization of Japanese Higher Education is not a new issue, but has begin since 1983. In 1983, the Japanese Government lead by Prime Minister Nakasone Yasuhiro announced its plan to accept 100.000 international students by 2000. The target number of international student was reached in 2003. In 2008, Japanese Government announced new plan to accept 300.000 international students by 2020. This plan called Global 30 or Ryuugakusei 30-mannin keikaku. To achieve this target, thirteen universities has been chosen to be pilot for the project. One of main aim of Global 30 is to develop system where student can learn in international method, so some university offer English program by invite English speaker lecturer, and English training for university’s staff. This paper reviews the internationalization of Higher Education in Japan, focus on Global 30 project.

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