Jayanti Megasari
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

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Tindak Tutur Lokusi Anak dalam Video YouTube ODG: “Are You A Rich Kid?” Kids Answer Isnaeny Aplia Sutiarto; Rastya Ismatriyana; Hima R.D.P. Mahendra; Jayanti Megasari
JLA (Jurnal Lingua Applicata) Vol 5, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jla.68030

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This research is a pragmatic research with the discussion of Korean speech acts. The object of this research is the speech of children aged 14 years in the video "Are You a Rich Kid?" Kids Answer from the ODG YouTube channel. This research aims to identify locutionary speech acts uttered by speakers and to determine the purpose of those utterances. In the video there is an interview between staff and children with the topic about the terms “Golden Spoon” and “Dirty Spoon”. The term is used to indicate a person's social class in society. This research uses a qualitative-descriptive method. In data collection, listening and taking notes were used as research techniques. The theory used as the basis of this research is Austin's speech act theory. Also, based on Anggraini's opinion, who divides locutionary speech acts into three, namely: (1) statement (declarative), (2) question (interrogative), and (3) command (imperative). This research focuses on declarative locutionary speech acts. From the results of the study, there were 16 declarative locutionary speech acts uttered by children aged 14 years. They already know and understand those terms and then express their opinion. The speakers also clearly state their social class in society. 
Tindak Tutur Ilokusi dalam Lirik Lagu EP “Miracles in December” Karya EXO Jose Leandro; Keren Prasetyanti; Amanda Pniel; Jayanti Megasari
JLA (Jurnal Lingua Applicata) Vol 5, No 2 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jla.68425

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The communication process in a song lyrics’ story involves a speaker and a speech partner. Song lyrics are essential to reflect the message of a song. Therefore, the researcher sought to know the meaning, purpose, and context of speech in the song lyrics in the extended play (EP) entitled “Miracles in December” by EXO that consists of five songs: “Miracles in December”, “Christmas Day”, “The Star”, “My Turn to Cry”, and “The First Snow”. The researcher chose the “Miracles in December” EP as an object because this EP has elements of interesting speech acts to study in pragmatics. In this study, researchers use a theoretical approach which will focus on discussing illocutionary speech acts from Searle's theory. The method in this research is descriptive qualitative with the use of listening and note-taking techniques. The results of this study prove that in the “Miracles in December” EP there are 156 data of illocutionary speech acts consisting of 100 data of assertive, 29 data of directive, 15 data of expressive, and 12 data of declarative. 
Perbandingan Adverbia Penanda Waktu Bahasa Korea dan Bahasa Indonesia Jayanti Megasari; Ashanti Widyana
JLA (Jurnal Lingua Applicata) Vol 3, No 2 (2020)
Publisher : Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jla.56812

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This is a comparative study of Korean and Indonesian language. This study aims to describe the form of time markers adverbs in Korean and Indonesian and also to analyze the differences and similarities of the time markers of Korean and Indonesian language. The simple sentences in Korean are translated into Indonesian by following the Indonesian language rules that apply as objects of analysis. It is found that (1) the adverb form of time marker in Korean and Indonesian has very noticeable differences; (2) the time marker in Korean is adverb but it is not applied in Indonesian language. On the other hand, the time marker in Indonesian is adverb but in Korean, it is only suffix particles.   
Analisis Pembentukan Istilah-Istilah Linguistik dalam Bahasa Korea dan Bahasa Indonesia Didin Samsudin; Jayanti Megasari; Risa Triarisanti; Ashanti Widyana; Hima Ragillia Dwinanda Putri Mahendra
JLA (Jurnal Lingua Applicata) Vol 6, No 2 (2023)
Publisher : DBSMB, Vocational College of Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jla.76971

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This study was conducted to fulfill the need of students to understand linguistics courses in the Korean Language Education Study Program. The student’s understanding of linguistics starts from their ability to understand the linguistic terms. This study deals with the formation of linguistic terms in Korean language compared to their formation in Indonesian language. It is necessary to analyze Indonesian terms’ formation to find their equivalent terms. It is found that Korean linguistic terms are generally changed into Indonesian as a whole. Although some terms originate from foreign languages, the majority have undergone adaptation and adjustments to be more comprehensible. In contrast, Indonesian linguistic terms are influenced by their source language. Meanwhile, Indonesian linguistic terms are influenced by the language of origin. The formation of terms is also analyzed based on the word formation process by using morphological theory to determine the formation pattern. This research may answer the function of these terms in the process of understanding linguistics lectures at the Korean Language Education Study Program, FPBS, UPI.
A contrastive analysis of food name forming between Korea and Indonesia: a morphological study Jayanti Megasari; Ashanti Widyana
Journal of Korean Applied Linguistics Vol 2, No 1 (2022): Journal of Korean Applied Linguistics
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/jokal.v2i1.43852

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Food cannot be separated from our daily lives. The meaning of food in people's lives is to fulfil the needs of the body and other forms of culture. This study compares the formation of Korean and Indonesian food names. This study uses a descriptive research method and uses a morphological study as an analysis. The data used in this study are Korean and Indonesian food names from various relevant sources. This research was conducted as an introduction to culture through the culinary arts and as a form of developing the science of morphology. This study compares the formation and pattern used in naming Korean food names with the formation and pattern of naming Indonesian food names. This research produces formation patterns based on word categories. In Korean food, names produce 12 patterns of formation and in Indonesian food produce 5 patterns of formation.
The early generation of Yanggongju (Western Princess) and their life polemics in 1950-1955 Ashanti Widyana; Fina Fianita; Jayanti Megasari
Journal of Korean Applied Linguistics Vol 1, No 2 (2021): Journal of Korean Applied Linguistics
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/jokal.v1i2.38268

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Yanggongju, the sexual workers for G.I. soldiers who were stationed in Korea particularly during and after Korean war, were stigmatized as 'bad women' for having sexual relationships out of marriage with foreign men. These women must endure hardships that came from the clients or the pimps in daily basis. This study aims to investigate how the life and polemics yanggongju had experienced in the period of 1950-1955. The early generations of yanggongju consisted of women with various backgrounds, such as war widows and women who became the breadwinner of the family. This study used qualitative method and the data were collected from the articles of Kyunghyang Shinmun, Dong-a Ilbo, and Chosun Ilbo in the period of January 1, 1950, to December 31, 1555, accessed from a news archive site called naver news library.  After two-times process of data reduction, 47 articles were collected under the category of nyu-seu (news). It was found that the early generation of yanggongju experienced at least four kinds of polemics in their life: (1) life difficulties (physically and mentally), such as fallen women stigma, vulnerable to sexual transmitting disease, and having many debts, (2) child neglect in the form of attempted abortion and child abandonment, (3) suicide and abused, and (4) alcohol and drug (opium) addiction. It is hoped that this research can contribute to further researches on the problem of yanggongju and their position as a marginalized people.