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Wacana: Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia
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Wacana, Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia is a scholarly journal accredited by Decree of the Directorate General of Research Reinforcement and Development, Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia No. 60/E/KPT/2016, 13 November 2016. This journal of the Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, is a medium for scholarly discussion, description, and surveys concerning literature, linguistics, archaeology, history, philosophy, library and information studies, religion, art, and interdisciplinary studies. The journal is published twice a year.
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Jalan Menikung: Sebuah Karya Sastra Multikultural Darmoko, Darmoko
Wacana Vol 8, No 1 (2006): Keanekaragaman Budaya Regional
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Jalan Menikung is one of the unique literary works. The uniqueness is reflectedin both the cultural background and the elements of culture. This indicates that the authorhas rich experiences in culture. The cultural values in this literary work do not only belongto the ethnic culture in Indonesia, but also to other cultures. Jalan Menikung is influencedby the authors experiences which he absorbed from other cultures, when he made a tour tosome places in the world. The crux of the problem in this literary work is concerned withJavanese people and their culture, which is influenced by modern culture, especially American,Japanese,Chinese, and Minangkabau.
Abreviasi dalam Bahasa Inggris Isa, Arie Andrasyah
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This study is concerned with a productive word-form process in the morphologicallevel, such as abbreviation. Through the process of the word form, I intend to find out how tomake new words in using the abbreviation in English. Besides, I intend to review the conceptof abbreviation. The aim of this study is also to observe how the abbreviation can form newwords. The data employed in this study are from newspaper Jakarta Post and Kompas, andexamples provided by the related linguists. With the data exemplified by the linguists andbased on their discussion on abbreviation, I think there are some mistakes on information anddefinitions provided by them about the abbreviation. Hence, I try to present and find out newinformation about the abbreviation and its types morphologically. As the result of this study,there are 16 types of abbreviation. They are (1) acronyms, (2) part acronyms, (3) amalgam,(4) blends, (5) loan blends, (6) element blends, (7) part-whole blends, (8) lexical blends, (9)separated blends, (10) contraction, (11) letter symbol, (12) clippings, (13) alphabetism, (14)sycronyms, (15) acronym coinages, and (16) analogical forms.
Bushido dalam Masyarakat Jepang Modern Wibawarta, Bambang
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Bushido is most often translated as the way of the warrior caste in Japan. Bushirefers to warriors in feudal Japan while do means several things including: the correct way,the path, or the road. Another interpretation of Bushido could be the way of preserving peacethrough the use of force. Bushido comes out of Buddhism, Confucianism, and Shintoism. Thecombination of these schools of thought and religions has formed the code of warrior valuesknown as Bushido. A key to our understanding of how the concepts of Bushido fit into Japanesemodern lives is to understand the historical and societal aspects of Bushido. Today, this meaningcan be modernized to include minimizing violent conflict. The code of Bushido, the Samurai'scode of honor, upholds loyalty, discipline, total dedication, honor and valor, and numerousexamples of these elements can be witnessed today or in recent history.
A Possible Location of Gajah Mada’s Madakaripura Gomperts, Amrit
Wacana Vol 8, No 1 (2006): Keanekaragaman Budaya Regional
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Desa Madakaripura adalah desa milik Patih Gajah Mada, patih Kerajaan Majapahityang sangat terkenal. Namun, hingga saat ini belum jelas lokasi Desa Madakaripura itu.Menurut Prapañca pada tahun 1359 desa itu berada di wilayah Pasuruan. Tulisan inimengupayakan penemuan desa itu. Dengan metode analisis toponim dan peta-peta akan dicobauntuk dipastikan letak Madakaripura dengan seteliti mungkin agar ahli arkeologi Indonesiabisa mencari situsnya. Sebagai kesimpulan, kemungkinan besar Madakaripura terletak disebelah tenggara enam kilometer dari kota Pasuruan.
Kritik Pemikiran Arab: Metode Dekonstruksi Mohammed Arkoun Soekarba, Siti Rohmah
Wacana Vol 8, No 1 (2006): Keanekaragaman Budaya Regional
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Mohammed Arkoun is one of an international Islamic modern thinker that histhought comes into Islamic thinking discourses in Indonesia recently. His Islamic thought wereinfluenced by the modern philosophy concepts such as “myths” of Paul Ricouer, postmodernconcepts like ‘discourse’ and ‘episteme’, which were developed by Michel Foucault as well as‘deconstruction’ of Jacques Derrida. If Derrida focused on deconstruction of a discourse as afinal concept, on the other hand Arkoun insisted that ‘deconstruction’ must be followed by‘reconstruction’. Arkoun’s reconstruction leaves the limitation, the rigidity and deviationfrom the past. Arkoun proposes two ways: firstly it is ‘ijtihâd’ and subsequently it is Islamiccritical reason with the whole of critical meaning. In this research the method I used waslibrary investigation. Based on the result I came into the conclusion that Arkoun loss thecommunication with the scholars in the Islamic world, particularly in the Middle Easttradition. Since then, he applied the method of deconstruction that Islamic world percept itwas going too far.
Panduan Bagi Calon Ahli Bahasa Wasono, Sunu
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Kesultanan Bima di Pulau Sumbawa Haris, Tawalinuddin
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Bima is a region that has been attracting researchers’ attention, which should notbe surprising because it has always been a multicultural region. Its history reveals that Bimawas one of the sailing routes, especially of the Malay Muslim traders, sailing from the directionof East Java. Bima then became a center of the Islamic rule in the eastern Nusantara. Thispaper discusses a brief history of how Bima became a center of Islamic rule that was stronglyinfluenced by the Malays.
A King Who Tames His Enemies and not who is Obedient to the Law Soekatno, Revo Arka Giri
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Dongeng tentang raja yang mengerti bahasa binatang terdapat versinya dalamPañcatantra baik yang berbahasa Java Kuno maupun Pertengahan. Sadurannya juga terdapatdalam kesusasteraan Jawa Modern, seperti dalam siklus-siklus Anglingdarma. Namun,dalam berbagai versi Java ada kerancuan soal berbagai nama sang raja. Nama-nama tersebutmisalnya Aridharma, Hari Dharma, Aji Dharma dan Angling Darma. Makalah ini akanmembahas masalah nama raja ini dengan asumsi bahwa kejelasannya akan membantu perolehanpemahaman yang lebih baik tentang kesusastraan Jawa, baik Kuno maupun Modern.
Tingkat Tutur dalam Bahasa Sasak dan Bahasa Jawa Wilian, Sudirman
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This paper discusses about speech levels in Sasak, the language of the indigeniouspeople of the island of Lombok, examining the style, meaning and some historical backgroundof the speech levels. Based on the data, it shows that Sasak, like Javanese and Balinese, alsocontains low, mid, high and few honorific vocabularies which are assumed to have beenborrowed from Javanese (Steven, 1975; Nothofer, 1975). However, the use of the high andhonorific variations are scarecly heard in the everyday common Sasaks conversation. In mostoccurrences, the high speech level is pronounced only among the so called menak Sasaks andits surrounding. Therefore, it rejects the idea that Sasak speech levels is as elaborate andcomplex as Javanese due to the fact that Sasak has only a few high and honorific vocabulariesknown by the Sasak aristocracy.
Berkahnya Akal yang Mili dari Sebuah Kali Wasith, Muhammad
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