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VARIASI BAHASA DAKAM PERTUNJUKAN WAYANG CENG BLONK LAKON “HANOMAN KE SUARGAN” , “ABHIMANYU MEKRANGKENG” DAN “SUTA AMERIH BAPA” Rani Prihastini, A.A.Sg Putri; Mbete, Aron Meko; Dhanawaty, Ni Made
JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION STUDIES Vol 2 No 2 (2016) (Sept 2016)
Publisher : S2 Ilmu Linguistik Fakultas Ilmu Budaya Universitas Udayana

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ABSTRAKVariasi bahasa adalah gejala bahasa yang sering muncul dalam pertunjukan kesenian, seperti pada pertunjukan wayang, dalam hal ini pertunjukan wayang Ceng Blonk. Wayang Ceng Blonk merupakan sebuah pertunjukan wayang dengan mengambil cerita dari epos Mahabrata maupun Ramayana yang kemudian dikemas dengan bentuk baru. Kemasan pertunjukan wayang yang baru ini sesuai dengan perkembangan zaman. Bahasa yang sering dipergunakan dalam pertunjukan wayang Ceng Blonk adalah bahasa Bali, bahasa Bali Kuno maupun bahasa Sansekerta disisipi dengan bahasa Indonesia maupun bahasa asing, misalnya bahasa Inggris. Fenomena ini menjadi sangat menarik untuk diteliti lebih lanjut untuk menemukan fenomena variasi bahasa yang muncul dalam pertunjukan wayang Ceng Blonk.ABSTRACTLanguage variation is one of the language phenomenons what mostly occur in the art performance, especially in the wayang Ceng Blonk performance. Wayang Ceng Blonk is one of the wayang performance that is perform in Bali which is take the Ramayana dan mahabarata Epos for the story line and retell with new style. The new performing of Wayang Ceng Blonk followed the moderenisation era; this is caused the performance lately using more than one language as usually. Wayang performance nowdays are using Balinese, ancient Balinese, Sanskrit and sometime adding with Indonesia and English. This is an interesting phenomenom that is found in the Wayang Ceng Blonk performance and it is become an interesting thing to analyse. The language vatiation that is occur in the wayang Ceng Blonk performance are interesting to analyse.
PENERAPAN STRATEGI KWL (KNOW, WANT TO KNOW, LEARNED) DALAM MENINGKATKAN KEMAMPUAN MEMBACA PEMAHAMAN SISWA KELAS VIII SMP BALI STAR ACADEMY TAHUN AJARAN 2019/2020 Jewaru, Melita Eufrasia; Simpen, I Wayan; Dhanawaty, Ni Made
Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia Undiksha Vol 10, No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk meningkatkan kemampuan membaca pemahaman teks persuasi siswa kelas VIII SMP Bali Star Academy dengan menggunakan strategi KWL ( Know, Want to Know, Learned). Penelitian ini  menggunakan metode campuran yakni kombinasi antara metode kuantitatif dan kualitatif khususnya model concurrent (kombinasi campuran) dengan bobot metode kualitatif lebih tinggi dari pada metode kuantitatif. Metode dan teknik pengumpulan data dilakukan dengan menggunakan observasi, kuesioner, dan tes. Data kuantitatif dianalisis menggunakan metode statistik sederhana dalam bentuk persentase (%), sedangkan data kualitatif dianalisis dengan menggunakan kata-kata. Terdapat tiga aspek penilaian kemampuan membaca pemahaman siswa, yakni keterampilan menangkap makna tersurat, penentuan ide pokok, dan menangkap makna tersirat. Hasil penelitian ini menunjukkan adanya peningkatan pada siklus I dan II. Pada tahap pratindakan, dari empat belas siswa kelas VIII SMP Bali Star Academy, hanya satu orang siswa dengan persentase 7% yang dinyatakan tuntas mencapai standar KKM 75 yang diberlakukan di sekolah tersebut. Pada siklus I terdapat delapan orang siswa dengan persentase 57% yang mencapai standar KKM atau terjadi peningkatan sebesar 50%. Pada siklus II semua siswa telah mencapai KKM. Ada beberapa faktor yang memengaruhi keberhasilan penerapan strategi KWL, antara lain pengetahuan awal tentang teks yang akan dibaca, tujuan khusus membaca, dan pemahaman informasi yang telah diperoleh dari bacaan
PENGGUNAAN SOR SINGGIH BASA BALI PADA CERPEN BERBAHASA BALI SISWA SMP NEGERI 5 DENPASAR Andini, Ni Putu Melda; Riana, I Ketut; Dhanawaty, Ni Made
Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Humaniora Vol 8, No 2 (2019)
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Variasi Leksikal Bahasa Sasak di Kecamatan Karangasem: Kajian Dialektologi Zulkarnaen .; Ni Made Dhanawaty; Anak Agung Putu Putra
Humanis Vol 25 No 2 (2021)
Publisher : Udayana University

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This article discusses the lexical variations of the Sasak language in Karangasem. The reason for choosing this object, is to explain the various dialects used by the community in the villages of Tumbu, Tegal Linggah, and Bukit, Karangasem. The problem is focused on two things, namely the lexical variation of the Sasak language in Karangasem and the grouping of Sasak lek languages ??in Karangasem using dialectometry theory and the isogloss file from Zulaeha. The method used, namely the proficient methods with fishing techniques, note taking techniques, and record techniques. Analysis of the lexical variations in the Sasak Karangasem language shows that there are various kinds of lexical variations in each TP based on old adulthood. Lexical variations of the fields meaning time, season, natural state, natural objects, and directions, three are found in the 'cloud' glossary. Kinship system, two berian are found in the 'wife' glossary. In animals and their parts, three berries are found in the 'worm' glossary. Movement and work, three berries are found in the 'walking' glossary. Limbs and parts there are found two beros in 'blood' gloss. Properties, numbers, and sizes, we find two entries in the 'good' glossary. In plants, fruits and colors, two berian are found on the 'tree' glossary. Question words, conjunctions, and objects found one berian in ‘how’ glossos. Pronouns and days found four words in the glossary "you".
Analisis Koherensi dan Kohesi Teks Deskripsi I Putu Ari Putra Maulana; Ni Made Dhanawaty; I Made Madia
Humanis Vol 23 No 3 (2019)
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This study was titled "Coherence and Cohesion Analysis on the Text of Description for Class X Students of Denpasar Public High School 5". The problems examined in this study are three, namely the element of coherence, the tools of lexical cohesion, and the tools of grammatical cohesion in the text description of class X students of SMA 5 Denpasar. Based on the formulation of the problem, this study aims to explain the relationship of meaning or coherence, and describe the tools of lexical and grammatical cohesion. The theory used is discourse theory, namely coherence proposed by Kridalaksana and cohesion proposed by Halliday and R. Hasan. Based on the analysis that has been done on the description text of class X students of Denpasar Public High School 5 found several things. First, in the description text of class X Denpasar Public High School 5 found an element of coherence including causal relations, means-results, reasons, background-conclusions, concessions, comparisons, paraphrases, amplicatives, time additives (simultaneous and successive ), non-time additives, identification, generic-specific, means-purpose, and like. Second, lexical cohesion tools found include repetition (repetition), equivalent words (synonyms), opposite words (antonyms), word sanding (collocation), and equivalence (equivalence). Third, the tools of grammatical cohesion found include reference (reference), concatenation (conjunction), lapse (elipsis).
PHONOLOGICAL AND LEXICAL DESCRIPTION OF MODEBUR LANGUAGE La Ino; Aron Meko Mbete; Ni Made Dhanawaty; Inyo Fernandez
e-Journal of Linguistics Vol. 7. Juli 2013 No. 2
Publisher : Doctoral Studies Program of Linguistics of Udayana University Postgraduate Program

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This article, in which the theory structural phonology was used, discusses the phonological and lexical description of Modebur language, one of the local languages in Pantar Island. The result of analysis shows that the Modebur language has five vowels; they are /i/, /e/, /a/, /o/, and /u/. They all can distribute in the initial, medial and final position of words. It has sixteen phonemes and sixteen consonants, many of which can distribute in the beginning of words, some can distribute in the initial and medial position of words only, and one can only distribute in the final position of words. The consonants which can distribute completely are /p/, /b/, /m/, /t/, /n/, /s/, /l/, /k/, /?/, /g/, and the ones which can distribute in the initial and medial position of words are /j/, /h/, /w/, and the one which can distribute in the final position of words is /?/.  
Reconstruction of Tolaki and Moronene Language Vocal Protophonemes Wawan Marhanjono Mustamar; Aron Meko Mbete; Ni Made Dhanawaty; I Gede Budasi
e-Journal of Linguistics Vol 13 No 1 (2019): e-jl-January
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The Tolaki language and the Moronene languages are part of the Austronesian language group. The reconstruction is done based on the hypothesis of a genetic relationship and regularity. Historical comparison methods were used in this study. The purpose of the reconstruction was to obtain accurate results on the assessment of language relations. It is deemed necessary to reconstruct the proto in order to seek the evidence of the retention and innovation that occur in the two respective languages. From the reconstruction, several findings and proofs were generated, which among others are TlM vocal proto-phonemes: * a, * i, * u, * e, and * o; PTlMr * a are found at the beginning, middle and the end of the word. The proto-phonemes are 1) * a (a-, -a-, -a)> Tl, Mr a, 2) PTlMr * i (i- -i- -i)> Tl, Mr i, 3) PTlMr * u (u -, -u-, -u)> Tl, Mr u, 4) PTlMr * e (e-, -e-, e-)> Tl, Mr e, and 5) PTlMr * o (o-, -o-, o-)> Tl Mr o.
BILINGUALISM AMONG THE ADOLESCENTS IN BADUNG REGENCY, BALI I Nyoman Muliana; I Made Suastra; Made Budiarsa; Ni Made Dhanawaty
e-Journal of Linguistics Vol. 9 Januari 2015 No. 1
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This paper presents a discussion of bilingualism among the adolescents in Badung Regency, the Province of Bali. It aims to explore the bilingualism situation and the existence of Balinese Language among them. The discussion is based on participant observation to the adolescents and it is based on Sociolinguistic Theory. The result of the discussion shows that the adolescents in Badung Regency are bilinguals of Balinese and Indonesian languages. They use Balinese language in all their communicative activities, except some females occasionally showed the use of Indonesian language. Their conversations both in Balinese and Indonesian languages are also followed by code mixing of the words and phrase of Indonesian, Balinese, and English languages.  The result of the discussion also indicates that Balinese language still used and maintained by the adolescents in Badung Regency.
FORMAL ORAL INDONESIAN REGISTER USED IN OPEN EXAMINATION A SYNTHATICAL-PRAGMATIC STUDY Ni Wayan Sartini; Ketut Artawa; Made Budiarsa; Ni Made Dhanawaty
e-Journal of Linguistics Vol. 6. Januari 2012 No. 1
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This study explored the formal oral Indonesian register ‘Bahasa Indonesia ragam lisan formal’ (hereinafter referred to as BIRLF) used in open examinations from syntactical-pragmatic perspective. In general, this study aims at analyzing the grammatical-pragmatic elements of the formal oral register used in open examinations; in particular, it aims at analyzing the forms of speech acts and the forms of politeness used in the open examinations held at the University of Airlangga ‘Universitas Airlangga’ (Unair) and the State University of Surabaya ‘Universitas Negeri Surabaya’ (Unesa). The theories used were the structural theory and the theory of pragmatics. The structural theory was used to analyze the grammatical structures of the sentences used in the dialogues taking place in the open examinations. The theory of pragmatics used in this study refers to the theory of politeness proposed by Lakoff (1972), Leech (1983), Brown and Levinson (1987), and the theory of speech act developed by Austin (1962) and Searle (1975). The data analysis showed that, based on the direction of extension in which the verb was the center, and the extending components, eleven types of imperative sentences were found. The extension took place to the left, to the right and to the left and to the right from the verb simultaneously. The extending components included words, phrases, clauses and combinations of phrases and clauses. The interrogative sentences used were both the close interrogative sentences and the open interrogative ones. The declarative sentences used were the complex coordinative and subordinative ones. Deletion, pronominalization,, and repetition characterized the two types of sentences. To identify politeness, the layers of the components constructing the sentences were analyzed. The imperative politeness was expressed grammatically and lexically. Grammatically, the grammatical politeness was shown by passivizing the verb, shifting moods, and changing sequences. Lexically, politeness was expressed by adding lexical items functioning to refine the directive force. The interrogative and declarative politeness was shown by hedging utterances using words functioning as politeness markers.
PHONOLOGICAL EVOLUTION OF OIRATA AND ITS GENETIC RELATIONSHIP WITH NON-AUSTRONESIAN LANGUAGES IN TIMOR LESTE Halus Mandala; Aron Meko Mbete; Ni Made Dhanawaty; Inyo Yos Fernandez
e-Journal of Linguistics Vol. 5. Januari 2011 No. 2
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Oirata (Or) as a NAN language was indicated to have a genetic relationshipwith languages in East Timor, i.e. Bunak (Bn) and Makasai (Mk) (Greenberg, 1971) andwith Mk, Fataluku (Ft) and Lovaea (Lov) (Capell, 1975). The two opinions are confusingand different from one another. Hence, an effort to trace the genetic relationship of thelanguages was made to clarify the matter. Or in Kisar Island was also assumed tooriginate from East Timor (de Jong, 1937). The native speakers should have brought withthem their language and it is believed that the acculturation and language contact with thelanguages in the surrounding areas must have occurred. This condition opened up roomfor internal and external evolution in Or.This study observed nine languages: two languages in Kisar Island and sevenin East Timor. The data were collected through interviews and face-to face conversationswith the informants who were selected by purposive sampling until a point of saturationwas reached. https://anton-nb.com The data analysis was done by using vertical-horizontal syncomparative anddiacomparative method which led to the following conclusions.Or, Ft and Mk were diachronically and convincingly proved to have a closegenetic relationship with a split patterned family tree. The Oirata-Fataluku-Makasai(OFM) group that was once the ancestor of the three languages underwent a split intoOirata-Fataluku (OF) and Mk. It means that Or is closer o Ft than Mk and at the sametime it refuted the opinions of Greenberg (1971) and Capell (1975) that Or is closer toMk.Or turned out to have undergone an internal phonological evolution as theresult of a diachronic interaction with languages that were genetically related to it in theform of: (1) vocal split */i//_#, */a//#_ and /_#; (2) vocal merger */e//_#, (3) vocalcentralization, (4) consonant split and (5) voiced stop consonant formation. The externalphonological evolution was caused by the contact with the languages in the region andOr has undergone: (1) enrichment of consonant phonemes: /b/, /c/, /d/, /j/, /g/, /ng/, /f/, /v/,and /z/, (2) formation of clusters, (3) addition of homorganic nasal stop consonantclusters: /mp/,/mb/, /nt/, /n?/, and (4) shift toward a non-vocalic language.