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Irsyadi Shalima, Nurnaningsih Nurnaningsih
TRANSFORMATIKA: JURNAL BAHASA, SASTRA, DAN PENGAJARANNYA, Volume 2, pp 77-87; doi:10.31002/transformatika.v2i1.725

Abstract:This research is initiated by the error use of Indonesian language by the community living in Kampung Muhajirin, Bima due to interference phenomenon. The errors occur in various linguistic aspects. This study aims to determine the interference forms of Bimanese language to the Indonesian language based on the characteristics differences between Bimanese and Indonesian language. One of the most distinct characteristics of both languages is that Bimanese is a vocalist language, while the Indonesian language is not a vocalist. The data were collected by observation and recording technique. The researchers observed the linguistic phenomenon in Kampung Muhajirin and recorded by a tape recorder. Finally, the data were analyzed and transcribed in orthographic writing. The finding showed that the interference of Bimanese language to the Indonesian language occurs on the aspects of phonological, lexical, and grammatical. Phonological interference causes the vowel sound disappeared at the end of the word. Lexical interference causes mixed code. Grammatical interference causes word order error.
Yohanes Paulus Florianus Erfiani, Hesni Neno
TRANSFORMATIKA: JURNAL BAHASA, SASTRA, DAN PENGAJARANNYA, Volume 2, pp 68-76; doi:10.31002/transformatika.v2i1.329

Abstract:This study aimed at investigating the meaning of Padlocks hung on the fence of Liliba Bridge in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara Province. The meaning of the padlocks was analyzed from semiotic’s approach especially Roland Barthes which meanings were seen from denotation, connotation, and myth. This study used qualitative research method. Based on the data analysis, it was concluded that the hanging padlocks had 3 main meanings, (1) the denotation meaning was the couple or teenagers wrote both their names on a padlock, then they locked and hung it on Liliba Bridge; (2) the connotation meaning was the couple or teenagers had analogy their love in a padlock which had their names in order to make their romantic love lasts forever as same as the padlock; and (3) the myth meaning was the teenagers believed and convinced that their love will last forever if they locked the padlocks on the Liliba bridge.
Sudaryanto Sudaryanto, Hermanto Hermanto
TRANSFORMATIKA: JURNAL BAHASA, SASTRA, DAN PENGAJARANNYA, Volume 2, pp 58-67; doi:10.31002/transformatika.v2i1.553

Abstract:In terms of the history of its compilation, the Indonesian language has applied two of the four existing spellings, the Spelling van Ophuijsen and Spelling Suwandi or Spelling Republican. The Spelling of van Ophuijsen was coined by Charles Adriaan van Ophuijsen, a Dutch scholar of Malay, who compiled the book Kitab Logat Melajoe (1901). After Independence in 1945, the next two years, the Spelling Suwandi or Republican Spelling, based on Surat Keputusan No. 264/Bhg.A, date 19 March 1947, signed by Menteri Pengajaran, Pendidikan, dan Kebudayaan Mr. Soewandi. This research uses a qualitative-descriptive method. The data analyzed in the form of advertising tempo doeloe from the website These advertisings, once analyzed, use a lot of Spelling van Ophuijsen and Spelling Suwandi or Spelling Republican. The result of this research is Spelling van Ophuijsen marked font oe, dj, and diacritic marks. Meanwhile, the Spelling of Suwandi has marked the font u substitute oe and the repeated word with number 2. Spelling in an advertisement can be used in lecture Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia).
Arif Bulan, Kasman Kasman
TRANSFORMATIKA: JURNAL BAHASA, SASTRA, DAN PENGAJARANNYA, Volume 2, pp 50-57; doi:10.31002/transformatika.v2i1.555

Abstract:The background of this research comes from a controversial speech of Ahok. Speech delivered in the Kepulauan Seribu must be seen from the capacity of Ahok as the head of a region that has its own power and ideology. This research are not intended to see the true and false aspects of Ahok's speech that alludes to Surah Al-maidah verse 51, but this study aims to: (1) analyze ideological discourse; (2) analyze discourse and power relations; and (3) analyzing the implicatures that emerged from Ahok's speech in Kepulauan Seribu. The approach used in this research is critical discourse analysis. Sources of data in this study is the video of Ahok's speech in Kepulauan Seribu. The research data is a fragment of transcription of speech Ahok. The video of the speech is downloaded from the Youtube page. The analysis is not only in the textual aspect but also on the contextual aspect. The results of this study can be concluded that there are: (1) elements of Islamic ideology and the ideology of feminism in Ahok's speech; (2) power relations in Ahok's speech; (3) implicatures as a model of meaning implied in Ahok's speech.
Elen Inderasari, Dwi Kurniasih
TRANSFORMATIKA: JURNAL BAHASA, SASTRA, DAN PENGAJARANNYA, Volume 2, pp 36-49; doi:10.31002/transformatika.v2i1.605

Abstract:This study aims to explore the defense of Java language and bilingualism on the learning process of yellow book in Pondok Pesantren Mahasiswa Darussalam. The data in this study was obtained when asatidz read, interpret, and explain the contents of the yellow book to the students. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative. Descriptive method is a research method that tries to describe and interpret the object in accordance with the actual situation. This research also uses direct observation method in collecting data in yellow book study at Pondok Pesantren Mahasiswa Darusalam Pucangan Kartasura. The results of this study indicate the existence of the phenomenon bilingualism in the process of learning yellow book. In addition, in this study also shows the occurrence of Java language retention process that can be classified into several forms of words (terms). There are several factors that lie behind the defense of Javanese language and bilingualism that occurred in Pondok Pesantren Mahasiswa Darussalam.
Iswadi Bahardur
TRANSFORMATIKA: JURNAL BAHASA, SASTRA, DAN PENGAJARANNYA, Volume 2, pp 1-12; doi:10.31002/transformatika.v2i1.602

Abstract:Writing this article backed by multi interpretation problems raised by a text, especially literary texts. Multi interpretation is inseparable from the consciousness and unconscious of the subject of the author, as well as the process of reconstruction by the reader. Based on this article this article aims to describe the results of deconstructing binary opposition readings on the story of Kritikus Adinan by Budi Darma. The data source used is the story of Kritikus Adinan. The research method used is descriptive analysis with the theoretical perspective of deconstruction of Jaques Derrida. Based on the findings and data analysis, the results show the following. First, the deconstruction readings of the Kritikus Adinan can not be separated from the word-scoring process as Jaques Derrida puts it in deconstruction theory. Secondly, the reconstruction of Kritkus Adinan’s story leads to unfamiliarity but leads the reader to discover the marginalized texts. Third, based on the results of deconstruction reading in the story of Kritikus Adinan, there is a binary opposition that has been denied and broken by the author by presenting a reversal of fact. Suggestions that can be recommended are many other literary works that are worthy and important to be reviewed by other researchers to uncover the phenomenon of reversing the facts by the author.
Fahrudin Eko Hardiyanto
TRANSFORMATIKA: JURNAL BAHASA, SASTRA, DAN PENGAJARANNYA, Volume 2, pp 13-22; doi:10.31002/transformatika.v2i1.542

Abstract:Pilkada 2015 which took place in 21 regencies and cities in Central Java worth to be examined in terms of the use of political advertising embodied in the form of banners/billboards. The role and whereabouts of political advertising will help determine the public support of the candidates. This study aims to reveal the values of prophetic rhetoric on political discourse pilkada in 2015 in Central Java. Methods and techniques of data collection in this study is a method refer to the technique of free libat captive, recording techniques, and record techniques. Three stages of analysis used in this study, namely data reduction, data presentation, and description of conclusions and verification. To answer the questions and needs of the research, the researcher analyzed the research data in the form of banners and baliho pilkada 2015 in Central Java through observation technique and refers to the note that existed in the discourse fragment of advertisement which is supposed to be a statement which is the values of discourse of prophetic rhetoric. Based on the results of analysis on the political election advertising discourse concluded that there are various prophetic rhetoric which is the embodiment of the main values humanist, liberative, and transcendent.
U'um Qomariyah
TRANSFORMATIKA: JURNAL BAHASA, SASTRA, DAN PENGAJARANNYA, Volume 2, pp 23-35; doi:10.31002/transformatika.v2i1.620

Abstract:This paper attempts to describe the prose appreciation model based on the inspirational experience of the character for Indonesian Language and Literature Education students. The development model is designed to improve student learning outcomes and as a follow-up to character formation. The needs of model development are obtained from questionnaires, observations, and interviews that include: (1) the need for teaching materials, (2) the needs of lecturers, and (3) the needs of the students. Characteristics of the model is based on the principles of model development obtained from the needs analysis. Referring to these two things can be obtained ten principles of learning model, including: (1) completeness principle, (2) cooperation, (3) effectiveness, (4) fun, (5) active learning, (6) modeling, 7) evaluative, (8) motivation, (9) variative, (10) mentoring, and (11) integrative. What model designs are based on the principles of development and the results of field studies and literature. Development of the model design consists of: (a) orientation stage (b) contemplation, (c) exploration stage, (d) imitation, and (e) generalization.
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