==> Episteme Vol. 3 No.2 January 2017

 

The Episteme

 Journal of Linguistics and Literature

OPEN JOURNAL SYSTEMS       ISSN  2442 - 9392 Print     ISSN  2460-3236   (Online)

 

Volume 3 No 2 January 2017

The Episteme Journal of  Linguistics and Literature (EJLL ) is the  double-blind peer-reviewed, open-access journal published by the English Department – Language and Arts Faculty  HKBP Nommensen University . The journal focuses on the following topics: English language, applied linguistics, theoretical English linguistics, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, comparative linguistics, computational linguistics, and discourse analysis. It provides an academic platform for professionals and researchers to contribute innovative work in the field. JELL carries original and full-length articles that reflect the latest research and developments in both theoretical and practical aspects of English Linguistics, and Literature.

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The Episteme - Journal of Linguistics and Literature (JLL)

Volume 3 No 2 January 2017

ISSN   2442-9392 (Print )  ISSN  2460-3236   (Online)

 

CONTENTS

1

Types Of Cohesion Used On Political News as Found in Jakarta Post

              Ronauli Napitupulu 

1-24

2

Speech Act as found in Batak Program in

Kardopa Radio

Tiara Pasaribu, Felix Andreas Sitompul

25-51

3

An Analysis Of Women’s Linguistic Features On D.H. Lawrence’s Women In Love A Sociolinguistic Study

Rotua Elfrida Pangaribuan, Deli Siska Damanik

52-77

4

The Harassment Of Christian Values As Found In Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code

Reinjaya Sitohang, Chandra Silalahi

  78 - 98

5

Code Mixing as found in‘Batak Program’broadcast  In Radio Kardopa

Immanuel  Gintings, Andi Basten

 99 -  126

6

An Analysis of Stylistic On Djaga Depari’s Songs Lyrics: Sociolinguistics Study

Rotua Elfrida Pangaribuan, Atmaja Paulus Tarigan

127- 158

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Types Of Cohesion Used On Political News as Found in Jakarta Post

Napitupulu Ronauli

ronanapitupulu@gmail.com

 

Abstract

The English student s have to study cohesion as part of language efficiency to enrich their knowledge to use cohesion in writing articles to get the right meaning in composing each sentence. The use of cohesion in their writing make the sentences related each other and make a unity. The research use the data  which  are   taken  from  Political article news  from Jakarta Post . by using Descriptive qualitative method, she analyzed the data, the writer found some research findings as follows: In English News Texts as published by Jakarta Post, there are 4(four) types of cohesion are found. They are Reference 321 (40?), Substitution 25 (3?), Ellipsis 271 (34?), Conjunction 184 (23?). The most dominant of cohesion in Jakarta Post news texts is reference because the sentences are statement and positive sentence.

Keywords : cohesion, political article news

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Speech Act as found in Batak Program in Kardopa Radio

Tiara Pasaribu, Felix Andreas Sitompul

 

Abstract

Representatives are generally used by the Broadcaster in Batak Program kardopa radio, because a lot of information. Representative uttered when the Broadcaster gave an information to the hearers Batak program of Kardopa Radio. This is a qualitative research , the writer  took two times broadcasting, the recording, broadcast on 5 and 6 August 2016 at 9 PM. The broadcaster’s utterances was obtained by transcribing the recorded program,  Four types of illocutionary acts are uttered by Broadcaster in Batak Program in Kardopa Radio. The total of utterances that are found in Broadcaster utterances are 88 utterances. There are 36 representatives acts (40.90 %), 27 expressive acts (30.70%), 18 directive acts (20.45%), and 7 commisive acts (7.95%). The most dominant types of illocutionary acts that was found in Broadcaster’s utterances is representatives acts 36 (40.90%).

Keywords  : speech act, illocutionary, Batak program

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An Analysis Of Women’s Linguistic Features On D.H. Lawrence’s Women In Love A Sociolinguistic Study.

Rotua Elfrida Pangaribuan, Deli Siska Damanik

siska_damanik@yahoo.com


Abstract

This research studies about the kinds of linguistics features as Lakoff (1980:313) suggested,Linguistic features which were used more often by women than men, also expressed uncertainty and lack of confidence.”  The data taken from five kinds Linguistic features of  ten, the analysis using by Descriptive method .There are ten women speeches which are characterized as Linguistic features according to Lakoff Theory In Holmes (1980:314). They are Lexical Hedges or Fillers, Tag Questions, Rising Intonation on Declaratives ‘Empty’ adjectives, Precise color terms, Intensifiers such as just and so, Hypercorrect ‘grammar’, Super polite forms, Avoidance of strong swear words and Emphatic stress. There are 41 utterances of the three Linguistic features, they are  The Lexical hedges or fillers are used by women are I think fourteen  times, you know two times, well one time and you see one time.. Tag questions are don’t you three times, is it one time, aren’t we one time, would you one time, and shall we one time. ‘Empty’ adjectives are beautiful three times, wonderful three times, strange one time, power one time, adore one time. Intensifiers such as just and so are so fourth times. ‘Super polite’ form is Have I one time. The writer found that women used Linguistic features more dominant than men in D.H.Lawrence’s ‘Women in Love’ novel. Thus, the writer gives suggestion to the reader or the other who are interested in analyzing utterances of linguistic features to get the understanding of the utterances meaning.

Keywords : Linguistic features, ‘Women in Love’ novel 

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The Harassment Of Christian Values As Found In Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code

Reinjaya Sitohang, Chandra Silalahi

chandra_uhn@yahoo.com

 

Abstract

The phenomenal novel The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown was totally thrilling people around the world eleven years ago. Since it’s published, the novel has got many reactions especially from the Christians, for it is considered to insult the Church. Therefore, The Harassment of Christian Values as found in Dan Brown’sThe Da Vinci Code becomes the main topic and the discussion of this thesis. The analysis shows that there are some differences expalanation about Christian values between chruch’s doctrine and this novel. The novel analysis mentioned: the marriage of Jesus Christ with Mary Magdalene; Jesus had offspring; Maria Magdalene is not a prostitute but she was a holy woman; Cruch was tobe carried out by a woman; The Holly Garil is not a thing it’s a person;According to the Bible as Christianity believe that ; Jesus is Single; Jesus had not an offspring; Maria Magdalene is a prostitute; Cruch was to be carried by a man; Holy Grail is a thing. But Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code give the different explanation.

Keywords : Christian Values, The Da Vinci Code

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Code Mixing as found in‘Batak Program  Broadcast  InRadio Kardopa

Immanuel  Gintings, Andi Basten

Andi_naibaho@yahoo.com


Abstract

This study deals with radio progrm, and Sociolinguistics. Code mixing of Batak Program broadcastin radio Kardopa. The objectives of this study are to identify the types and dominant types of code mixing found in  Batakprogram in radio Kardopa. This research is conducted by descriptive quantitative design, the writermake description of the analisis of the Bataknese as broadcasted in Kaardopa.  The data of this study is from the transcription of recording of Batak Program that focuses on the Broadcaster’s  Batakneseutterances. The results shows that there are 65 utterances. The findings indicated that Batak Program Kardopa Radio applied three types of Code Mixing,analyzed based on Peter Muysken theory: Indertion, Alternation, and Congruent Lexicalization. The total calculations and percentages of Code Mixing in each type are 16 Insertion (24.6%), 32 Alternation (49.2%), and 17 Congruent lexicalization (26.2%). The dominant type of Code Mixing is Alternation of Code Mixing (49.2%). This means that

Keywords : Code mixing,  Bataknese

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An Analysis of Stylistic On Djaga Depari’s Songs Lyrics: Sociolinguistics Study

Rotua Elfrida Pangaribuan, Atmaja Paulus Tarigan

atmaja_tarigan@gmail.com

 

Abstract

This research studies about types of language style which are used in Djaga Depari’s songs lyrics. This research is focused on five types of language styles and the most dominant of language styles used in Djaga Depari’s songs lyrics. There are ten songs and one hundred eighteen become samples in this research which apply Ruby Payne theory (1995) about five types of language style, they are: frozen, formal, consultative, casual and intimate. The writer analyzed five types of language style in one hundred eighteen lyrics of Djaga Depari’s songs. As the result of the analysis, the writer found three types of language style are used in one hundred eighteen lyrics of Djaga Depari’s songs and two style were not found at all, they are frozen and intimate. These two style were not implemented in one hundred eighteen lyrics of Djaga Depari’s songs. The most dominant style is consultative style because most of the lyrics are composed to advice, remind, and invitation. The lyric implicate with experience, emotion, or eagerness. Thus, the writer gives suggestion to the readers, student of English Department, and the other composers who are interested in writing or composing a song to use language style when create the sentence and get better sentence as Djaga Depari had reached.

Keywords : Language Style, Sociolinguistics, Lyric, Djaga Depari

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