Yulianeta Yulianeta
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Journal : BAHASA DAN SASTRA

REPRESENTASI RONGGENG DALAM TIGA NOVEL INDONESIA Yulianeta, Yulianeta
Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Vol 14, No 1 (2014): Volume 14, Nomor 1, April 2014
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/bs_jpbsp.v14i1.712

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This paper is based on the phenomenon of dancer or “tayub” which is celebrated as a very popular cultural artifact in public life, particularly in Java. This tradition is originally part of a sacred ritual, which ultimately became a performing art, but tends to be viewed negatively. In a historical context, the dancer was originally seen based on cultural concept and evolves into culturally sacred profane. Negative reception of ronggeng is not only uttered orally but also embodied in the written tradition. It is found in the genre of literary fiction such as in Trilogy Ronggeng Dukuh  Paruk written Ahmad Tohari (2003), Ronggeng works Dewi Lingga Sari (2007), and Karti Kledek Ngrajek by S.W. Warsito (2009) . The results of this study illustrate that the figure of dancer who is represented in Indonesian fiction are various. Although there are similarities, but the authors tend to have different reception levels regarding “ronggeng”. “Ronggeng” as cultural artifacts is the manifestation of the ability of local communities to respond and adapt to the environment actively. Similarly, what is represented in fiction about “ronggeng” is a mirror of the society where the work was born.
KETERDIDIKAN PEREMPUAN DAN WACANA KESETARAAN DALAM NOVEL INDONESIA PRA-BALAI PUSTAKA Yulianeta, Yulianeta
Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Vol 18, No 1 (2018): APRIL 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/bs_jpbsp.v18i1.12148

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This research rests on the phenomenon that literary works are not born from cultural vacuum and social emptiness. The pre-Balai Pustaka Indonesian novels mark the public's awareness of the importance of education so that it cannot be separated from its social cultural system. The issue of the importance of women's education and equality discourse has been spawned in pre-Balai Pustaka Indonesian novels. This is important to be reflected as an effort to enrich the literary treasures of Indonesia that often side-stepped pre-Balai Pustaka literary works. Three pre-Balai Pustaka Indonesia novels that raise issues of women's education and equality discourse show the concern of Indonesian authors on issues related to women's education. This research seeks to explore the discourse of equality in three pre-Balai Pustaka Indonesian novels buried in the course of Indonesian literature. Therefore, feminist literary criticism and gender perspective are used. The results of this study contribute to the world of Indonesian literature, especially the activities of Indonesian literary criticism that reflect the presence of pre-Balai Pustaka Indonesia novels for the development of literary criticism in the present time and the future.
CERITA RAKYAT SEBAGAI BAHAN PENGAYAAN LITERASI BUDAYA BAGI PEMELAJAR BIPA TINGKAT MENENGAH Amandangi, Dewi Prajnaparamitha; Mulyati, Yeti; Yulianeta, Yulianeta
Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Vol 20, No 2 (2020): OKTOBER 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/bs_jpbsp.v20i2.33056

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Penyusunan bahan pengayaan cerita rakyat berguna untuk meningkatkan kemampuan literasi serta membentuk pengalaman apresiasi sastra bagi pemelajar BIPA. Namun, untuk merancang bahan pengayaan yang sesuai, perlu diadakan kegiatan pendahuluan untuk menganalisis kebutuhan agar bahan pengayaan yang dirancang dapat diterima dengan baik oleh pengguna di lapangan. Penelitian ini merupakan analisis kebutuhan menggunakan metode kualitatif deskriptif. Eksplorasi kebutuhan bahan pengayaan teks cerita rakyat diperoleh melalui wawancara kepada tiga pengajar BIPA tingkat menengah, angket kebutuhan untuk pemelajar BIPA, dan analisis dokumen bahan pengayaan cerita rakyat pada laman BIPA daring Kemendikbud. Hasilnya, seluruh pengajar memerlukan adanya penyusunan bahan pengayaan cerita rakyat untuk meningkatkan kemampuan apresiasi sastra dan literasi budaya bagi pemelajar BIPA tingkat menengah. Selanjutnya, penyesuaian konten dan bentuk penyajian perlu dilakukan sebagai inovasi pada bahan pengayaan cerita rakyat bagi pemelajar BIPA berupa muatan, atau pengetahuan yang memiliki nilai kearifan lokal, nilai pariwisata, nilai sosial dan lain sebagainya.
Citra dan Peran Perempuan dalam Cerita Rakyat Ni Anteh Pergi Ke Bulan dengan The Bamboo-Cutter’s Tale Poppy Mega Karina; Yulianeta Yulianeta; Halimah Halimah
Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Vol 22, No 1 (2022): APRIL 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/bs_jpbsp.v22i1.47653

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Folklore is a reflection of a society from which we can see how the society lives with various aspects of life including women’s images and roles. This study aims to describe (1) the comparison of structure of the two stories; (2) the comparison of the women’s images in the two stories; and (3) the comparison of the women's roles in the two stories. This study used a comparative qualitative descriptive method with comparative literature studies. Comparative literature studies were based on the comparison of the two stories to identify the similarities and differences with the support of the structuralism theory by A. J. Greimas. Besides, to examine the women’s images and roles, this study used feminist literary criticism. The data were folklore that has been documented in a book entitled Ni Anteh Pergi ke Bulan transcribed by Sukardi (2006) and The Bamboo-Cutter’s Tale transcribed by Kawauchi (2000) which was translated by McCarthy. The data were analyzed by describing the data, interpreting the data, and drawing conclusions. The results of this study indicated that the two stories: (1) have differences in terms of the structure of the story; (2) have similarities and differences in women's self-image and social image; and (3) have similarities and differences in the women’s roles. Based on the women’s images and roles presented in the stories, there is a feminist struggle that discourses on gender equality.