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NOTION: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture
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NOTION – “Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture” is a peer reviewed journal which accepts high quality research articles. It is a journal published twice a year at the end of May and November. We welcome submissions focusing on theories, methods, and applications in Linguistics (Applied Linguistics), Literature, and Culture. All articles must be in English. NOTION does not ask any charge (fee) for the publication process.
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Semiotic Analysis of Moral Messages in Animated Film Raya and The Last Dragon Afifah Ibna Fatina Tawakkal; Agnes Tasya Monix; Emirson Watani
NOTION: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture Vol. 3 No. 2 (2021): NOTION: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/notion.v3i2.4798

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Raya and The Last Dragon is the latest computer-animated film from Walt Disney Pictures and Walt Disney Animation Studio. This animated film, directed by Don Hall and Carlos Lopez, tells the story of the adventures of a woman named Raya in saving the world. This journal article aims to analyze and describe the moral messages contained in the film Raya and The Last Dragon. This research uses qualitative methods, with Roland Barthes semiotics analysis approach, so that ultimately obtained the results of research on what moral messages contained in every dialogue spoken by each character such as moral messages about friendship, cooperation, responsibility, leadership, courage, unity, and most often appears in this film is the power of trust in each other to create unity without division.
Slivers of Hope: Women in Dystopian Trilogy Josephine May Grace Aclan Famoso
NOTION: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture Vol. 3 No. 2 (2021): NOTION: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/notion.v3i2.4809

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This paper explores the struggles, goals, and motivations of the women characters in The Hunger Games Trilogy. In detail, the study employs Elaine Showalter’s Feminist theory to reveal the women characters’ categories in terms of three stages: feminine, feminist and female. In the study, some of the women characters living in the dehumanized society of Panem have attained the last stage of feminism which is the female stage. However, other women characters are not able to fulfill their goals. Still, due to the women characters’ demand to change the system, they start an uprising. For example, the main character, Katniss Everdeen, contributes to the collapse of the ruling government in power as she accepts being the Mockingjay, the symbol of revolution. Another woman character to exemplify such a noble act is Johanna Mason who becomes part of the rebellion and survives the war against the unjust ruling of the Capitol. These women characters are slivers of light amidst the chaos. In conclusion, it is discovered that women characters play pivotal roles in society. This suggests that women characters recognize their power to accelerate societal advancement. For this dystopian trilogy, in particular, women become symbols of hope.
Women Equity Strive in Society Depicted through Animation Film Characters Carlo Yannick Leon; Emilia Schmidt
NOTION: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture Vol. 3 No. 2 (2021): NOTION: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/notion.v3i2.4818

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The purpose of this research is to identify the female representation depicted in the Disney Renaissance and to investigate why Disney characters struggle to claim their equity as women in their society. The research methods used in this study are classified as qualitative and descriptive. The documentation method and taking notes techniques are used to collect data. The research also employs two method concepts to analyze the collected data, including a gender equity approach analysis and Simone de Beauvoir's second-wave feminism theory. The data consists of linguistic units from various Disney Renaissance stories. The writer discovered three parts in the description of female representations based on data analysis of the female representations depicted in Disney Renaissance: rebel, wise, and adventurous women; confident, intelligent, and repellent of domestication women; and masculine, loyal, and ambitious women. Furthermore, data analysis of Disney characters' struggles in claiming their equality as women in their society reveals that they outperform patriarchal expectations, reject domestication, and practice emancipation by appropriating masculine attributes and roles.
Moral Values and Struggle in the Story of Saba Nan Aluih, From the Region of Padang Tarok Baso, Agam Abdul Aziz Aziz
NOTION: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture Vol. 3 No. 2 (2021): NOTION: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/notion.v3i2.4832

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The values ​​of struggle and moral values ​​in literature are dependent on each other. Literature is strongly influenced by the values ​​of struggle and moral values, so that everything contained in morals and struggles is reflected in literature. Thus, literary works can be approached using the values ​​of struggle and moral values. The problem of this research is about the value of struggle and moral values ​​contained in the folklore of Saba Nan Aluih. The purpose of this study is to describe the description of the values ​​of struggle and moral values ​​in the folklore of Saba Nan Aluih. The data of this study is a description of the values ​​of struggle and moral values ​​in the folklore of Saba Nan Aluih. The method used is descriptive method with qualitative analysis by describing the description of the values ​​of struggle and moral values ​​in the folklore of Saba Nan Aluih. This method is based on consideration of the suitability of the research form with the research objectives. The research instrument was carried out by means of a documentation study. Documentation study was conducted on the folklore of Saba Nan Aluih with an analysis approach to the value of struggle and moral values. From the results of this study, it can be found the results of research on the value of struggle in terms of, the value of self-sacrifice, the value of unity, the value of respect, the value of sabra and unyielding spirit, and the value of cooperation. Based on moral values, moral values ​​in human relations with oneself are divided into, responsibility for education. The moral values ​​of human relations with other humans are divided into, parental advice to children, advice between friends, parental love for children, and child affection for parents.
The Analysis of Swearing Word Translation in Joker Movie Subtitle Hapni Nurliana H.D Hasibuan
NOTION: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture Vol. 3 No. 2 (2021): NOTION: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/notion.v3i2.4852

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This research discusses the analysis of swearing words translation in the Joker movie. The purpose of this research is to describe the type of swearing word and the procedure used in translating swearing word. This study uses qualitative methods. The research data were obtained from English subtitles to Indonesian Joker movies. To answer the research question, the researcher used the theory types of swearing word proposed by Swan M. (1995) and procedure translation proposed by Newmark (1988) The results revealed that there were 49 swearing words. There are 2 types of swearing words namely: strong and weak swearing words. For strong swear words classified to exclamation of annoyance, surprise, insult, surprise question and emphasize the emotion and the weak swear word classified to exclamation of annoyance, surprise, insult and emotion. After that, procedures translation used in translating swear words only found 5 of 15 procedure translation in Joker's subtitle, namely: cultural equivalent, synonymy, through-translation, shift or transposition, and paraphrase. The most frequently type of swearing word is emphasize an emotion from strong swear word. Furthermore, the cultural equivalent procedure is the most used in translating.
Cultural Appropriation of Polynesian Portrayed In Moana Movie Nurul Fatha; Maryam Adam; Rudianto A. Manaku; Sesar Tangkilisan
NOTION: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture Vol. 3 No. 2 (2021): NOTION: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/notion.v3i2.4885

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This research aims to identify and describe cultural appropriation that were found in Moana. Cultural appropriation is one of the negative actions that can harm one culture. This action generally occurs due to a lack of understanding and appreciation of a culture. Based on Rogers[6] cultural appropriation as the use of a culture's symbols, artifacts, genres, rituals, or technologies by members of another culture, is inescapable when cultures come into contact, including virtual or representational contact. Rogers also divided cultural appropriation into four types, there are cultural exchange, cultural dominance, cultural exploitation, and transculturation. Based on Rogers theory above, cultural appropriation that were found in Moana is cultural exploitation. This research was used Qualitative descriptive method. The source data of this research are from “Moana” by Ron Clements and John Musker. This movie was released in 2016 with 113 minutes duration. This analysis shows there are four points of cultural appropriation that were found in “Moana”. Firstly, depiction figure of “Maui”, a demigod figure illustrated very different from the original form in the movie Moana. Secondly, depiction of Kakamora people. Thirdly, depiction of the cliché coconuts. Fourthly, Disney removing Maui’s family out of the tale. This leads to deviations in views towards the representatives of the population and Polynesian beliefs.
An Analysis of Gender Equality of Chinese Culture in Mulan Film (2020) Sirikit A. Usman; Meis Sintia Umar; Mifta Sulistia Tamola; Ridho Ishak
NOTION: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture Vol. 3 No. 2 (2021): NOTION: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Culture
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12928/notion.v3i2.4886

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Mulan film (2020) raises gender issues and is still related to the laws of norms and traditions. Mulan has a strong and patriarchal nature while Chinese cultural traditions are not unilateral with Mulan figures. The study aims to promote justice for women with regard to Chinese culture and traditions, as well as whether it has the opportunity to promote equal treatment without discrimination. Gender equality is commonplace to raise and talk about. Each gender is formed in a complex culture of each gender either in their respective positions or positions. Gender equality is linked to feminist, masculine and also includes sexism. Women and men can change roles like women can be wise leaders and men can do the skills that women have such as cooking. This study uses qualitative descriptive methods to analyze the social circumstances associated with the scene. Researchers use the technique of observing the film, interpreting each situation in the film, then collecting data, seeking information on gender equality or activities through observation and sensing that are still related to gender equality in culture, After that give a view on the object to be observed. Thus the research of Mulan film (2020) is intended to find a new mindset or an idea and a new understanding. This method uses observation and sensing and then provides a new interpretation.

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