Idha Nurhamidah
Universitas Islam Sultan Agung, Semarang

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Introduction to Kris, a traditional weapon of Indonesia: Preserved-lingering issues of facts Sugeng Purwanto; Idha Nurhamidah
EduLite: Journal of English Education, Literature and Culture Vol 6, No 2 (2021): August 2021
Publisher : Universitas Islam Sultan Agung

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The current article examined some issues on Kris, a traditional weapon of Indonesia as a high cultural heritage, which is up to now still preserved with all of its manifestations. A Kris may be viewed from its definition, magical charms, parts, elements, maintenance, symbolic values, philosophical meanings, production periods and legendary preservation. Ethnolinguistic investigation revealed that Kris has significantly contributed to the lexical domain, hereinafter referred to as Kris Registers. There are a lot of registers related to its entity, which are of great difficulty for lay people to understand, except those who are really involved in the world of Kris, such as Kris masters (makers), parapsychologist, antiques collectors, cultural researchers to mention only a few. A cultural fact has been identified—that it is the owners’ ways of life in addition to their personal characteristics. One important recommendation of Kris with its all manifestations is that it has to be preserved as an asset of high cultural values through one person one Kris program.
First love simplicity: A systemic-functional perspective study of Karina Del Campo’s Do You Remember Our Love? Sugeng Purwanto; Idha Nurhamidah
EduLite: Journal of English Education, Literature and Culture Vol 3, No 2 (2018): August 2018
Publisher : Universitas Islam Sultan Agung

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The current study aims at exploring the intended meaning and structure of a poem entitled ‘Do You Remember Our Love?’ written by a poet, © Karina Del Campo (2009) in both interpretational and systemic functional perspectives. In the former, the poem was examined interpretatively in order to find out the possible stance of the poet; meanwhile the later was an analytical representation of systemic functional grammar in the framework of construing the three domains of meanings: ideational, interpersonal and textual in order to arrive at the field, the tenor and the mode of the discourse.  It turns out that the poem is  a reflection of a woman’s feeling (the poet’s) toward her ex-boyfriend—finely described in a repeated style of the major clause, supported and elaborated in several minor clauses. The poet tries very hard to ignite her ex-boyfriend’s love memories with her and to possibly invite him to reunite even though it seems to be a mission impossible. The poem has both social and psychological impacts on the poet herself and the readers in a wider scope.
ANALISIS WACANA KRITIS PADA STAND UP COMEDY INDONESIA Idha Nurhamidah; Pahriyono Pahriyono; Sumarlam Sumarlam
Haluan Sastra Budaya Vol 4, No 2 (2020)
Publisher : Universitas Sebelas Maret

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This study aims to demystify the stereotypes of Eastern Indonesian citizens. Specifically, the problem of this study is formulated as: (1) What rhetorical strategy and text structure are used in developing themes?, (2) What social cognition can be identified through audience response to the stereotypes of Eastern Indonesian citizens? (3) What social context can be built in response to the stereotype of Eastern Indonesian citizens? The object of study in the form of transactional oral text delivered by the comic Abdur Arsyad at Show 8, SUCI season 4, with the theme of Women, was taken randomly and analyzed with the critical discourse study approach by Teun A. Van Dijk, free-of-charge skills, and methods extra lingual equivalent. The findings of this study indicate that Abdur uses epideictic rhetoric in the form of a single unit in a text structure (joke map), consisting of 13 sub-goals, each containing 3 phases, namely: premise, set-up, and punchline. Meanwhile, cognition in the form of 10 allusions and stereotypes of the rigors of Eastern Indonesian citizens proved to be within the scope of audience knowledge through applause. Furthermore, the social context - a stereotype of Eastern Indonesian citizens was built to explain the cultural background and comic efforts to reduce the stereotype. Thus this study has a significant contribution to the addition of linguistic treasures related to Stand Up Comedy linguistic activities.