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Cerita Pantun Sri Sadana atau Sulanjana Analisis Struktur dan Semiotik
Sutasoma : Jurnal Sastra Jawa Vol 10 No 1 (2022): Sutasoma: Jurnal Sastra Jawa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/sutasoma.v10i1.52607

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This study aims to examine structur of Sri Sadana Sulanjana based on model analysis develoved by Vladimir Propp and Semiotik structure. The principal issues examined in this study include character functions, schemes and pattern of stories, function distributions among characters, and the elements semiotic. The mothod used qualitative descriptive method with classification techniques through literature. The result of the analysis proves that Sri Sadana or Sulanjana hast thirty eight character functions who distributed into seven circles of actions. Thirty eight character functions mentioned found in ten episodes and the semiotic element refers to the symbols in the story content. Keywords: poetry story; Sri Sadana or Sulanjana; structure; semiotics
Nilai-nilai Intelektual dalam Mite Pangeran Samudro di Gunung Kemukus Sragen Jawa Tengah
Sutasoma : Jurnal Sastra Jawa Vol 10 No 1 (2022): Sutasoma: Jurnal Sastra Jawa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/sutasoma.v10i1.52640

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Not many people know about the causal history of phenomenology other than tautologies, which raises more questions than helps find such answers. One of these phenomena is the existence of the myth of Prince Samudro on Mount Kemukus, Sragen. To find out the intellectual values or messages in the myth of Prince Samudro, the method used is the Levi Strauss structural approach and a combination of historical explanation, Verstehen method, conflict theory, and Lyotard’s critique of thought. Research on the myth covers several aspects of life, including intellectual mythology, moral values, norms, teachings, philosophy, mandate, functions, and benefits. In this study, the researcher takes one of the aspects above, namely the intellectual values in the myth of Prince Samudro on Mount Kemukus. This study finds that in the mythical story of Prince Samudro on Mount Kemukus, there is a historical mystery that invites pros and cons. On the one hand, pilgrimage procedures must be done in earnest. But, on the other hand, have to do sex ritual. The story is made subtly, full of symbols or often called gedhong literature. Keywords: myth; structural approach; intellectual value
Metafora Konseptual Lima Jari dalam Sastra Jawa: Analisis Semantik Kognitif
Sutasoma : Jurnal Sastra Jawa Vol 10 No 1 (2022): Sutasoma: Jurnal Sastra Jawa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/sutasoma.v10i1.52868

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The existence of human fingers has an important role in moral concept based on Javanese culture. Beside as the body languages or gesture, the fingers also have an important position to expressing about moral value. There are some of Javanese literature—poem or oral tradition—that contain moral didactics “how to be a good human”. The aim of this paper is to describe about the fingers in Javanese metaphor concepts based cognitive semantics. The theoretical approach used is the opinion of Johnson and Lakoff, and several relevant previous studies. The research process includes data observation through literature review, data grouping, data reduction, and analysis. The results of this study indicate that the expressions of the fingers in Javanese society state the normative behavior or ethics that must be carried out. This can be seen in the expressions ‘pol-polan’ (thumb), ‘panuduh’ (pointing finger), ‘panunggul’ (middle finger),’ memanis’ (ring finger), and ‘thak-thik’ (little finger). Beside that, the fingers also have the meaning that everyone must balancing and make solidarity. Keywords: Javanese literature; the fingers; moral didactics; cognitive semantics.
Kesantunan Berbicara Bahasa Jawa Siswa Kelas V SD Negeri Bukur Tahun Ajaran 2020/2021
Sutasoma : Jurnal Sastra Jawa Vol 10 No 1 (2022): Sutasoma: Jurnal Sastra Jawa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/sutasoma.v10i1.53902

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This study aims to describe the forms of violation and compliance with students' language politeness when communicating using Javanese according to the level of Javanese speech and the principles of politeness. This type of research is a qualitative research using descriptive method. Data collection techniques used are questionnaires, observations, and interviews. Then the data were analyzed by data reduction, data display, conclusion drawing and verification. The results of this study indicate that the maxims obeyed by students are the maxim of wisdom, the maxim of praise, the maxim of generosity, the maxim of humility, and the maxim of sympathy. The maxim that is obeyed the most is the maxim of praise. Violations of the maxims in student speech are found in the maxim of wisdom, the maxim of praise, the maxim of generosity, and the maxim of humility. The maxim that is obeyed the most is the maxim of wisdom. Keywords: Javanese speech level; politeness principles; student politeness
Reformulasi Sastra Piwulang sebagai Alternatif Baru Model Pendidikan Karakter di Indonesia
Sutasoma : Jurnal Sastra Jawa Vol 10 No 1 (2022): Sutasoma: Jurnal Sastra Jawa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/sutasoma.v10i1.54492

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Character education is the main basis for complete human development. For the Indonesian people, character education is a manifestation of the nation's conscience that must be understood through the existence of daily life experiences. In the repertoire of Javanese literature there is a genre of piwulang literature that was born because of the practical need for character education in the Javanese court environment in the 19th century. The values ​​of character education that were built at that time continue to be embedded in the life of the Javanese people to this day. This fact would be a strong reason for the effort to reformulate piwulang literature as a new alternative model of character education in Indonesia. The approach used in this research is a text phenomenological approach with van Dijk's theory of critical discourse analysis about discourse and its social cognition relations. From the results of a study of piwulang literary texts, it is concluded that the syntactic structure of didactic texts leads to strengthening the sense of taste which in Javanese terms is referred to as "rasa sejati". The essence of taste values ​​include: bekti (respect), tresna (love), and andhap asor (polite). The teaching formulation is in the knowledge of things related to ala-becik, adat-waton, and manners. These three are the essence of character education that is very relevant to be applied today. Keywords: Character education; Serat Wulangreh; critical discourse
Membaca Lakon Ardini Pangastuti Menanamkan dan Menghidupkan Wayang pada Generasi Muda
Sutasoma : Jurnal Sastra Jawa Vol 10 No 1 (2022): Sutasoma: Jurnal Sastra Jawa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/sutasoma.v10i1.55433

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This research discusses how the Javanese novelist, Ardini Pangastuti, uses her work Lakon to inculcate and reinvigorate wayang in the young generation. In this work, the pragmatic perspective is applied based on linguistic concepts. The pragmatic point of view assumes that the language (form of speech, literary work) is an expression that suggests the speaker's intentions and the context of the speech. Meanwhile, qualitative data analysis was carried out utilizing interpretation-interactive and inductive methods. All of the results are provided in a verbal-descriptive style. The following are the study's findings. First, Lakon expresses a strong deliberate interaction (intention) between the author and the novel's characters in instilling and reviving wayang to the young generation. Second, the Lakon novel does not transform wayang characters into characters so that the novel tends to be reportative due to the dominant description of wayang stories obtained from observations and interviews. Third, the author and novel's characters succeeded in instilling and reviving wayang in the young generation through the narrative structure by combining traditional concepts with modern tools, includding technical innovations in performances, communicative language, and wayang performing management, despite the fact that these methods are common in the context of wayang development. Keywords: a novel; wayang; Ardini Pangastuti; pragmatic; young generation
Relasi Magis, Agama dan Pengetahuan dengan Sistem Kepercayaan Tradisional pada Long Storage Kalimati
Sutasoma : Jurnal Sastra Jawa Vol 10 No 1 (2022): Sutasoma: Jurnal Sastra Jawa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/sutasoma.v10i1.56782

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Related to the traditional belief in the Long Storage of Kalimati, this study aims to explain the relationship between various kinds of beliefs that exist in the residents of Leminggir Village, Mojosari District, Mojokerto Regency. The focus of this study is to determine the relationship between magic, religion and knowledge with the traditional belief system of society. This descriptive study was prepared using ethnographic methods and the use of J.G Frazer's theory of religious evolution because it is in accordance with the main concepts that discuss magic, religion, and science. The main object of this research is the Kalimati Long Storage. The main data source of this study was obtained based on the results of interviews with Mr. Turoikhan, an elder, a resident of Leminggir Village.The results of the discussion show that there is a belief in the people of Leminggir Village towards magic, religion and knowledge that go hand in hand. As shown by the public's belief in supernatural beings who are the cause of the drowning of children, so that in their search efforts use magic, as well as religious methods as well as the use of technological advances like a motorized boat. The benefit of this research is that it can be used as an educational medium about a culture of tolerance and mutual respect for the existence of various beliefs. Keywords: evolution religi; traditional belief system; Long Storage Kalimati
Analisis Makna Hidangan Cadhil dalam Tradisi Mudhun Lemah di Desa Lebakgowah
Sutasoma : Jurnal Sastra Jawa Vol 10 No 1 (2022): Sutasoma: Jurnal Sastra Jawa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/sutasoma.v10i1.57783

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The purpose of this study was to determine the meaning of cadhil dishes in the mudhun lemah tradition in Lebakgowah Village, Lebaksiu District, Tegal Regency, Central Java. In addition, to find out the role of cadhil dishes in the socio-cultural life of the people of Lebakgowah Village. This study uses a qualitative descriptive research method that describes a phenomenon or event in its entirety with the semiotic approach of Charles Sanders Peirce. Peirce's semiotic study is used to find out the meaning of symbols (food) which are mutually agreed upon in the local community. From the results of the study, it was found that cadhil dishes in the mudhun lemah tradition in Lebakgowah Village signify gratitude to God Almighty for the blessings given to babies who are learning to walk for the first time and also set foot on the ground for the first time. The dish served is full of hope so that the child will be able to tread the life of the world with full of harmony, happiness, and fluency. In addition, cadhil dishes are also a form of non-verbal communication in society, which gives meaning to life in society with a sense of sharing. So as to create a harmonious impression that exists in the people of Lebakgowah Village. Keywords: meaning; cadhil; mudhun lemah; lebakgowah
Bahasa Tabu di Ruang Publik: Melihat Pesan dalam Film Mlekoki
Sutasoma : Jurnal Sastra Jawa Vol 10 No 1 (2022): Sutasoma: Jurnal Sastra Jawa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/sutasoma.v10i1.57791

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Taboo language, which is usually used in private spaces, is often found in public spaces and is favored by various groups. This condition is reflected in the short film Mlekoki Official, which gets a lot of enthusiasm from Youtube viewers. The aims of this study are to find a benchmark for the public to feel like taboo language in public spaces and find the factors that cause the public to feel like taboo language in public spaces. This research method uses descriptive research and a qualitative approach. The data source of this research is a secondary data source from Mlekoki Official. Data collection techniques using observation and literature study. Data validity by triangulation and data analysis by interactive models. The results of this study conclude that the short film Mlekoki Official, which contains a lot of taboo language, is liked by the public. This can be seen from the large number of viewers and likes. The factors that cause the liking for the Mlekoki Official short film are because (1) it is not common among the public (judging by the theme raised); (2) a lot of taboo language (language that is rarely used in public spaces); and (3) raising the theme of general social problems (problems that are often experienced by the surrounding community) Keywords: taboo language; youtube; banyumasan
Serat Baron Sakendher: Sejarah Legitimasi Kolonial di Tanah Jawa pada Abad XIX
Sutasoma : Jurnal Sastra Jawa Vol 10 No 1 (2022): Sutasoma: Jurnal Sastra Jawa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/sutasoma.v10i1.57967

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Serat Baron Sakendher (SBS) is one of the classic Javanese works that narrates the relationship between the Javanese and the Belanda. The SBS script was written in the post-Java war of 1830, when the south-central part of Java was politically completely controlled by the Belanda. The kings and aristocrats in the four Javanese palaces were very submissive to the authority of the VOC as well as being an extension of the power to suppress and explore the population. SBS became the legitimacy of the Javanese king's power over his people as well as the history of the presence of white people. SBS was written by Ngabei Yudasara and later developed by Carik Sasanapustaka. In four Javanese courts, the SBS script was rewritten by different authors during the reign of the same king and duke. Until now, through catalog searches, 21 SBS scripts were found with different panedhak and in different years. It is narrated that at first the presence of Baron Sakendher (BS) to Java was to trade and expand the territory. But when he arrived in the Mataram area, he lost to Panembahan Senopati, the first Mataram King. Finally, BS and his brother made up their mind to serve the Javanese rulers by changing their form into subtle creatures who served and protected the King of Mataram. This narrative reverses with the orientalism narrative which is echoed by the west against the east. West as the ocean and east as the other. Javanese poets view the presence of westerners on the contrary from the discourse of orientalism. West was seen by Javanese poets as someone who came to serve the Javanese rulers.

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