Wakit Abdullah, Wakit
School of Graduate Sebelas Maret University of Surakarta

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Pragmatic Study of Discourse Hegemony on the Enactment of Dhalang Trah in Ruwatan Ceremony: A Critical Discourse Analysis Approach Efendi, Agus; Purwasito, Andrik; Sudardi, Bani; Abdullah, Wakit
KOMUNITAS: International Journal of Indonesian Society and Culture Vol 8, No 2 (2016): Komunitas, September 2016
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v8i2.6754

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This study applies qualitative research with Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) of Fairclough (1995) and the criticism on the ideological dissection of social opacities. The data collection encompasses the interactive and non-interactive techniques which involve the techniques of in-depth interviewing, observation and content analysis. Results of the analysis reveal that units of language use reflected from the texts and contexts of the ruwat puppeteer based genealogy's enactment can be traced from the use of modalities, the phrase ‘mboten kalilan’ (impermissible, unable) in the decree of dhalang ruwat can be further extend to express the word ‘unable’ and ‘able to’, other aspects such as politeness, metaphors, ethos which is classified into the verbal and non-verbal discourse are the devices of discursive enactment of the elite power of dhalang trah. The findings conclude that there is arising symptoms of social inequality narrowing the role and significance of the non-ruwat puppeteers. The hegemonic practice such as the discursive enactment of dhalang trah (descendent of Ki Lebdajiwa) is determined by certain associations which try to normalize certain condition. The argument which refers to the enactment of Ki Lebdajiwa and his descendants as the holder of power is enacted through transactional form, where power is centered on one point.
Towards the Ideologies on the Developments of Bedhaya Dances in the Contemporary Age Sawitri, Sawitri; Sudardi, Bani; Abdullah, Wakit; Chaya, Nyoman
KOMUNITAS: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE Vol 9, No 1 (2017): Komunitas, March 2017
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v9i1.7497

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This present paper provides a descriptive analysis toward a traditional court dance called Bedhaya, one of the cultural products of the Javanese community in Surakarta which evolved into its modern version Bedhayan due to the flow of global culture. By applying the theories of Hermeneutics, Ideology, Aesthetics and Semiotics, the data are inferred according to the purposed questions. The inquiry is directed to infer the factors encompassing Bedhaya dance such as its emergence and the development, relationship with the existence and its role in the society, the relationship with systems within the society or with various interests. The results showed that the Bedhayan dance as developed by the local artists or choreographers in Surakarta as a realization of the local community’s thought, norm and principle (ideology) which covers both the economic and freedom interests. The ideologies reflected from the attitudes of the supporting community (of dancers and choreographers) toward Bedhayan dance are identified to imply the self-existence, freedom, political, economic, and market interests. The emergence Bedhayan dance was motivated by thoughts of the artists in constructing the dance movements to fit the purpose and function of current art creation. All the changes are deemed to be able to increase the economic welfare of performers, choreographers and the government on the tourism potentiality of the nation. However, there is the dangerous aspects in the development of a cultural dance to view it as a mere commodity, which at the end would give impressions of profanity, commercialization, even the shifts on the traditional values of the dance.
Pragmatic Study of Discourse Hegemony on the Enactment of Dhalang Trah in Ruwatan Ceremony: A Critical Discourse Analysis Approach Efendi, Agus; Purwasito, Andrik; Sudardi, Bani; Abdullah, Wakit
KOMUNITAS: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE Vol 8, No 2 (2016): Komunitas, September 2016
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v8i2.6754

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This study applies qualitative research with Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) of Fairclough (1995) and the criticism on the ideological dissection of social opacities. The data collection encompasses the interactive and non-interactive techniques which involve the techniques of in-depth interviewing, observation and content analysis. Results of the analysis reveal that units of language use reflected from the texts and contexts of the ruwat puppeteer based genealogys enactment can be traced from the use of modalities, the phrase ‘mboten kalilan’ (impermissible, unable) in the decree of dhalang ruwat can be further extend to express the word ‘unable’ and ‘able to’, other aspects such as politeness, metaphors, ethos which is classified into the verbal and non-verbal discourse are the devices of discursive enactment of the elite power of dhalang trah. The findings conclude that there is arising symptoms of social inequality narrowing the role and significance of the non-ruwat puppeteers. The hegemonic practice such as the discursive enactment of dhalang trah (descendent of Ki Lebdajiwa) is determined by certain associations which try to normalize certain condition. The argument which refers to the enactment of Ki Lebdajiwa and his descendants as the holder of power is enacted through transactional form, where power is centered on one point.
VERBAL AND NON-VERBAL EXPRESSIONS IN TRADITION OF MOMBOLASUAKO (ELOPING) OF TOLAKI AT SOUTHEAST SULAWESI (ETHNOLINGUISTIC’S STUDY). Pehala, Ilfan Askul; Fernandez, Inyo Yos; Abdullah, Wakit
PRASASTI: Journal of Linguistics Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Universitas Sebelas Maret

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/prasasti.v3i1.7194

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This research aims to classify, describe and explain verbal and non-verbal expressions in eloping tradition (mombolasuako) of Tolaki based on the procession of eloping tradition (mombolasuako) of Tolaki comprehensively. Theories used to solve the problem of this are ethnolinguistics and ethnoscience. Methodologically, the ethnographic method was used in this. The data includes primary and secondary data that were collected by participant observation and deeply interview. All collected data were analyzed by using Spradely ethnoscience’s analysis and linguistics’ analysis. The outcomes of this research are verbal expressions in mombolasuako include verbal utterances, recitation and remark. For non-verbal expressions, they are (1) the tradition objects must be served by bride groom consists of process (2) gestures of tradition casts in the implementation of the traditions process and (3) tradition casts. In the implementation of the mombolasuako’s process verbal and non-verbal expressions verbal utterances, gestures and tradition casts that are adapted to tradition.  Key words: ethnolinguistics, mombolasuako, non-verbal expressions, Tolaki, verbal expressions 
Critiques on the Ideologies of Contemporary Bedhayan Dances Sawitri, Sawitri; Sudardi, Bani; Abdullah, Wakit; Chaya, Nyoman
KOMUNITAS: International Journal of Indonesian Society and Culture Vol 9, No 1 (2017): Komunitas, March 2017
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v9i1.7497

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This present paper provides a descriptive analysis toward a traditional court dance called Bedhaya, one of the cultural products of the Javanese community in Surakarta which evolved into its modern version Bedhayan due to the flow of global culture. By applying the theories of hermeneutics, ideology, aesthetics and Semiotics, the data are inferred according to the purposed questions. The inquiry is directed to infer the factors encompassing Bedhaya dance such as its emergence and the development, relationship with the existence and its role in the society, the relationship with systems within the society or with various interests. The results as inferred from the data obtained views in looking at the development on the classical dance of Bedhaya into Bedhayan left worthy of critical assessments. The reality of Bedhayan dance in the view of art as an ideology, from the outside, appears that the choreograhers/artists can freely express their creative ideas in the context of the fight agains the classical culture which is strongly enacted by the myths and power of the rulling king. However, it should be noted that Bedhayan dance artists which have managed to bring the classical bedhaya dance out of the walls of the Kraton also in essence always work in the confines of the iron curtain of a creativity called ‘ideology’. Whether consciously or not, being forced or sincere in living it, these choreographers actually fall into the life orientation which solely  concerns the fulfillment of material needs.
Between Economic Burden and Cultural Dignity: Belis in the Marital Custom of the NTT Society Rodliyah, Siti; Purwasito, Andrik; Sudardi, Bani; Abdullah, Wakit
KOMUNITAS: International Journal of Indonesian Society and Culture Vol 9, No 1 (2017): Komunitas, March 2017
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v9i1.8672

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The indigenous marital system giving belis ‘bride price’ practiced by the East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), Indonesia, is one of the Nusantara marital custom phenomena that  today has developed and raised issues of both pros and cons which deserves critical scrutiny from Cultural studies and Anthropological perspective. Both perspectives facilitate the critical standpoint of the NTT society’s mindset summarized in the cultural or customary marriage rules requiring a marriage with belis. This study revealed that in the attitude towards belis, the East Nusa Tenggara women agreed and taken for granted the construction of their reality and power production through various discourses. Current practice of belis raises the economic capitalism up to the identity contestations. Lately, the essence and value of belis have changed and are likely to be more commercial. Even some may view it as mere a symbol and customary fixtures, such as in the region of Lamaholot imposing the elephant tusks, and the Allor society with their Moko as the payment methods of belis.  Belis has left biggest challenge for the communities who are not able to afford higher bride-price objects, this consequently lead to a more emerging unlawful marriages as a resistance against the unresolved poverty problems.
PHONOLOGICAL INTERFERENCE IN JAVANESE LANGUAGE OF BANYUMAS DIALECT IN FAMILY DOMAIN IN PURWOKERTO Andika, Yunilis; Sumarlam, Sumarlam; Abdullah, Wakit
KEMBARA: Jurnal Keilmuan Bahasa, Sastra, dan Pengajarannya Vol 4, No 2 (2018): Oktober
Publisher : Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (131.456 KB) | DOI: 10.22219/kembara.v4i2.6012

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The objective of this research is to identify the type of phonological interference in Javanese Language of Banyumas dialect in family domain in Purwokerto and also its factor. As the administrative center of Banyumas regency, the researcher selects Purwokerto especially in Northern Purwokerto, Southern Purwokerto, Eastern Purwokerto, and Western Purwokerto as the location of data collection. The research is descriptive qualitative research which was conducted by sociolinguistic study. The instrument used to collect the data is the uninvolved conversation observation technique, recording technique, notation technique, questionnaire and in-depth interview. The method used to analyze the data is identifying method combined with appeal correlation technique. The result of this research shows that there is phonological interference in Purwokerto society, there are phonemic vowel and phonemic consonance, although the phonemic semivowel isn’t found in this research. The interference existed derive from Indonesian and English languages which interfere Javanese language of Banyumas dialect. The factor of the habit becomes the factor of the interference manifestation. Interference manifestation as the process of being interfered in the Javanese language structure of dialect Banyumas make an ambiguity in the using of language, in that case interference should be avoided or even should disappear. However, interference has a positive side. The phenomenon of language interference in conversation is used by speaker to support communication activity because it can cover lingual unity in that Javanese languages of Banyumas dialect don’t have.
Reciprocal Prefix ko- in Loloda Language, North Halmahera Gane, Maklon; Abdullah, Wakit; Purnanto, Dwi
Humaniora Vol 10, No 2 (2019): Humaniora
Publisher : Bina Nusantara University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/humaniora.v10i2.5585

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This research aimed to describe the morphological process which focused on reciprocal prefix ko- and to find the word class of the base word that could attach with that prefix in Loloda language. The sources of data were Loloda language used by Lolodanese in the field research. The data were clauses or sentences that contained base word with reciprocal prefix ko-. The data obtained through several methods and techniques, such as observation and conversation, elicitation technique, recording, taking notes, and introspection technique. Introspection technique was used because the researcher is the speaker of this language. The data were analyzed by a qualitative descriptive method. The researchers used morphologic perspective to analyze the data. The results show that reciprocal prefix can attach with base words that have vocal /o/ in the first syllable. Moreover, there are several categories of the base word can attach with reciprocal prefix ko- such as the verb, noun or noun phrase, adjective, and interrogative. The function of the reciprocal prefix is to form the active verb.
Construction of Self-Identity: “Blusukan” as the Strategy of Campaigning for Surakarta City Mayor Election Gama, Betty; Sudardi, Bani; Abdullah, Wakit; Wijaya, Mahendra
Politika: Jurnal Ilmu Politik Politika: Jurnal Ilmu Politik, Vol 12, No 2 (2021)
Publisher : Program Magister Ilmu Politik, Universitas Diponegoro

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/politika.12.2.2021.222-235

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In political communication, “blusukan” (impromptu visit) is called door to door campaign, in which candidates conduct face-to-face communication by visiting the people directly. This situation creates personal intimacy in the sense of there is no physical distance and formal protocolary distance. People can see the personality of their candidate leaders closely. This face-to-face communication meeting can be interpreted that the candidates "nguwongke" (humanizing), putting the people not onto the context of profit-loss-based rational relation (between the electorate and the elected), but putting them as partners inseparable from the successful candidate leader. This study is based on fieldwork in Surakarta during the mayor election, applied in-depth interviews with politicians. While in ancient times the leader conducted "blusukan" to know his people’s condition, “blusukan” during the campaign for Mayor Election is conducted to socialize or to introduce the couples to the people. Having known the candidates, people are expected to think of whether or not they will elect them.