Diglosia: Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, dan Pengajarannya

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ISSN / EISSN : 2615-725X / 2615-8655
Published by: Universitas Mulawarman (10.30872)
Total articles ≅ 164
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Diglosia : Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, Dan Pengajarannya, Volume 5, pp 653-664; https://doi.org/10.30872/diglosia.v5i3.481

This study aims to evaluate the implementation of the exam by utilizing game applications in Indonesian subjects at SMA Negeri 1 Polanharjo. This study involved a teacher and four students, consisting of two students in class X and two in class XI. This research uses a qualitative approach with a case study strategy; research data is obtained by observation and interviews; data validity is done by triangulation of data and sources. The results of the research: (1) the implementation of the Indonesian language exam at SMA Negeri 1 Polanharjo has used the Scorative game application as a learning evaluation tool; (2) the advantages of using Scorative games in exams, namely making students more enthusiastic in carrying out exams and making the exam atmosphere more fun; (3) deficiencies in the use of Scorative games, namely that they cannot be used for large-scale examinations due to limited facilities and infrastructure as well as the competence of human resources in the use of technology; and (4) obstacles that arise in the implementation of game-based exams, namely the readiness factor for the quality and quantity of devices, networks, and the level of students' understanding of the use of applications.
Diglosia : Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, Dan Pengajarannya, Volume 5, pp 683-694; https://doi.org/10.30872/diglosia.v5i3.476

Natural spirituality is the harmony of the human soul with nature in order to maintain and preserve the universe. It needs to be nurtured and strengthened in humans so as not to exalt destructive nature so that there is a need for nature-based education through literary forms in every child's growth process. The focus of this study is to describe the picture of natural spirituality and informal education through natural spirituality, which is constructed in the novel "Mata dan Rahasia Pulau Gapi" by Okky Madasari. The study uses a qualitative approach, text study methods, and literary ecology studies. Data collection uses reading and note-taking techniques. The data are in the form of narration, dialogue, or monologue. The results of this study: (a) the description of natural spirituality in the form of the nature of the centre of life, the realm of the reminder of death, the realm of spiritual reality, the nature of the source of life depicted in the characters of the novel; (b) the novel contains informal education through natural spirituality that fosters love, trust, and respect for the universe. It is a form of strengthening to eliminate the destructive nature that has damaged many universes.
Diglosia : Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, Dan Pengajarannya, Volume 5, pp 589-602; https://doi.org/10.30872/diglosia.v5i3.432

This study purposed to find the right translation strategy to overcome the problem of contextual addressing terms by analysing the translation strategy used in the Bumi Manusia novel by Pramoedya Ananta Toer, translated into This Earth of Mankind by Max Lane. The descriptive approach is used in this study to examine the translation strategy used in translating addressing terms enriched with social and cultural contexts. There are 990 addressing terms with 29 different names. According to data, six translation strategies are used, namely: (1) translation with more neutral/less expressive words is 51.3 percent of 508 data, (2) translation using loan words or loan with explanatory sentences is 35.9 percent of 355 data, (3) translation with cultural substitution is 7.2 percent of 71 data, (4) translation by omission is 5.4 percent from 53 data, (5) using more general words (superordinate) is 0.4 percent of 4 data, and (6) translations with paraphrase using an unrelated word is 0.2 percent of 2 data. Using the loan words or loan words with explanatory sentences can be qualified as one of the right strategies in overcoming the problem of the contextual meaning of the addressing terms in this novel.
, Eti Setiawati,
Diglosia : Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, Dan Pengajarannya, Volume 5, pp 557-588; https://doi.org/10.30872/diglosia.v5i3.472

This study aims to describe the affixation of Madurese verbs in the Pamekasan dialect of low speech level based on the perspective of derivation and inflexion. The data of this research is in the form of Pamekasan dialect Madurese verbs. The data sources in this study were 10 informants who were native speakers of the Pamekasan Madura dialect, which were determined using the snowball sampling technique. Data collection is done by using the interview method with elicitation techniques. The data obtained were then analyzed through three stages: the data reduction stage, the data presentation stage, and the conclusion preparation stage. The results showed three processes of verb-forming affixation in the Pamekasan dialect of Madura, including prefixation, suffixation, and confixation. Based on the data, it was found that several affixes that make up Pamekasan dialect Madurese verbs, including prefixes ma–, a–, ta–, N–, –, pa–, pa–, nga–, and ka–, suffixes –a, – aghi, and –è, and the confixes a–aghi, N–aghi, N–è, ma–aghi, –aghi, ma–ana, –è, a–an, ma–è, and ma–an. This affixation is divided into inflectional affixation, transpositional derivational affixation, and non-transpositional derivational affixation.
Diglosia : Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, Dan Pengajarannya, Volume 5, pp 675-682; https://doi.org/10.30872/diglosia.v5i3.458

This article aims to reveal the locutionary and illocutionary forms of utterances made by the religious figure Ustaz Khalid Zeed Abdullah Basalamah, commonly known as Ustaz Basalamah, about the prohibition of wayang. To analyse the data, listening and recording techniques were used from the recorded question and answer between Ustaz Basalamah and the congregation regarding the prohibition of wayang. At the data analysis stage, the distributional method was used by emphasizing the lingual unit of the language that was the target of the research. Through various stages of analysis, the researcher found two of the five types of illocutionary speech acts in Searle's (1969) theory of Ustaz Basalamah's utterances. The two types of illocutionary speech acts are assertive and directive. In the assertive illocutionary act, the researcher found at least five utterances that fall into that category. Meanwhile, four utterances are included in the type of directive illocutionary speech act.
Diglosia : Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, Dan Pengajarannya, Volume 5, pp 707-714; https://doi.org/10.30872/diglosia.v5i3.433

The purpose of this study was to determine and describe the quality/feasibility of the textbook “Mahir Berbahasa Indonesia” published by Erlangga Publisher and “Bahasa Indonesia Kelas VIII SMP/MTs Edisi Kurikulum 2013 Revisi” published by Yudhistira Publisher. It is a content analysis research that describes objectively, systematically, and clearly communicates from the VIII Indonesian Language and Literature Book. Research technique to objectively, systematically and quantitatively describe clear communication content. Based on the analysis and findings of the feasibility of books using the BNSP standard, the book “Mahir Berbahasa Indonesia” for class VIII SMP/MTs published by Erlangga Publisher is considered feasible with a percentage of 75%. In comparison, the book “Bahasa Indonesia Kelas VIII SMP/MTs Edisi Kurikulum 2013 Revisi” issued by Yudhistira Publisher is considered feasible with a percentage of 71.60%.
, , Ismatul Khasanah
Diglosia : Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, Dan Pengajarannya, Volume 5, pp 619-630; https://doi.org/10.30872/diglosia.v5i3.441

Culture in BIPA learning as a tool of cultural diplomacy has become an interesting theme for researchers. The cultural aspect of BIPA is also related to the cultural closeness of BIPA students to the place where they study (the area/city where BIPA is studied in Indonesia). This study aimed to identify and describe the use of the Sodoran Tengger tradition in BIPA learning of B2 level activities to increase Indonesian knowledge competence. This research is a qualitative type with a descriptive method. The use of descriptive analysis methods is carried out to describe the facts, which are then studied with the relevant theory. The results of this study are the use of the Tengger Sodoran dance as BIPA teaching material and the use of traditional sodoran fairy tales as BIPA teaching materials. Utilizing Sodoran Tengger's local tradition material on aspects of the meaning of dance moves and fairy tales is an innovative and interesting choice for BIPA class teachers. The existing aspects can be explored and collaborated into various fun learning activities. Besides improving linguistic competence, it is also a means of introducing local Tengger culture (Javanese culture) to BIPA students.
Diglosia : Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, Dan Pengajarannya, Volume 5, pp 665-674; https://doi.org/10.30872/diglosia.v5i3.477

This study aimed to examine the variation in children's language in mixed marriages between Buton Cia-Cia Laporo and Banjar in Samarinda City. The research method uses qualitative methods. The research location is in Sungai Dama Village, Samarinda City. Data collection techniques in the form of observation, documents, and interviews. Data collection, reduction, presentation, analysis, and concluding are data analysis techniques. The study results can be classified based on the language variation of children in mixed marriages, Buton Cia-Cia Laporo and Banjar. First, the speaker aspect consists of: (1) dialect; (2) idiolect; and (3) sociolect, which includes colloquial and the use of variations of Indonesian and Butonese Cia-Cia Laporo with the influence of Banjarese dialects. Second, the formal aspect consists of (1) casual variety, (2) familiar variety, and (3) the variety of businesses, and generally, the children use the Butonese Cia-Cia Laporo and Banjar languages. The three aspects of use consist of (1) the field of education; (2) the health sector in the form of a series of vocabulary, phrases and acronyms. Fourth, the aspect of facilities is a variety of spoken language characterized by non-linguistic elements.
Diglosia : Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, Dan Pengajarannya, Volume 5, pp 537-554; https://doi.org/10.30872/diglosia.v5i3.427

This research aims to describe the semantic classification of the names of West Java street foods and to reveal cultural views that are represented through the names of West Java street foods. The theory used in this research is the naming theory proposed by Chaer (2009) and the ethnosemantic theory presented by Baehaqie (2017). A descriptive qualitative approach was used in this research with two types of data: written and oral. Listening and speaking methods were used to obtain the data. The data were analysed using the referential equivalent method with the basic technique of comparison and the advanced technique of equalizing comparison (HBS). Data analysis in this research uses an ethnosemantic approach. Formal and informal methods were used to present the data. The result of this research shows that the semantic naming of West Java street foods has varied classifications, including (a) mention of distinctive characteristics, (b) inventor and creator, (c) place of origin, (d) ingredients, (e) similarity, (f) shortening, and (g) new naming. Furthermore, West Java street foods have three functions from a cultural point of view. Those three functions are the enjoyment function, social function, and ritual function.
Diglosia : Jurnal Kajian Bahasa, Sastra, Dan Pengajarannya, Volume 5, pp 603-618; https://doi.org/10.30872/diglosia.v5i3.442

This study aims to describe the structure of the text (text dimension), discourse practice (dimension of social practice), and sociocultural practice (sociocultural dimension) against the use of COVID-19 terms in online news. The research method used is qualitative descriptive The critical discourse analysis approach Norman Fairclough used to find the depth of meaning of news texts containing COVID-19 terms. The term data about COVID-19 is taken from three websites, namely Bisnis.com, Kompas.com, and Liputan6.com. Based on the results of the analysis, it was concluded that, first, the text structure in the form of advisories, information, and education about events (events) increasing COVID-19 cases and policy actions taken by the government to reduce COVID-19 cases. Second, discourse practices include the identity of the government and society. Third, the dimension of sociocultural practice indicates policies that impact: (a) the marginalization of society, (b) social dominance, and (c) social wrong because the policies implemented are not to the conditions of society. The results of this study are expected to provide a correct understanding of the use of COVID-19 terms in online news so that the public can be more critical in reading news in online media.
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