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Anaphora: Journal of Language, Literary, and Cultural Studies
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26563967     DOI : DOI: https://doi.org/10.30996/anaphora.v2i2
ANAPHORA is an open-access, peer-reviewed, and biannual academic journal dedicated to the publications of research in the areas of language, literary, and culture studies. Language studies may include issues in applied linguistics such as socio-linguistics, discourse analysis, critical discourse analysis, pragmatics, stylistics, corpus linguistics and so forth. Literary studies covers English classics, modern and contemporary literature in the forms of printed, screened, aired or performed texts, comparative literature, children literature, sociology of literature, structuralism, psychoanalysis and so forth. Cultural studies covers cultural texts and practices, especially those associated with issues about language and literature, such as gender criticism, media studies, popular culture and so forth. Its primary objective is to provide a forum for scholars and practitioners in the areas to address such issues. To be selected for publication, the manuscript should present new ideas in the disciplines, originated from empirical, theoretical, and methodological research within both a single discipline and those that sub- or multi-disciplines. This journal encourages a high standard of scholarship, written in clear and straight forward organization without requiring that authors alter their analytical style and writing voice.
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FRONT AND BACK MATTER VOL. 4 NO. 2 Muizzu Nurhadi
Anaphora: Journal of Language, Literary, and Cultural Studies Vol 4 No 2 (2021): DECEMBER
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Front Matter Anaphora: Journal of Language. Literary, and Cultural Studies Volume 4 Number 2, December 2021
ARISTOTELIAN FRIENDSHIP SEEN IN STEPHEN KING'S THE BODY Fitriya Muanah; Mateus Rudi Supsiadji
Anaphora: Journal of Language, Literary, and Cultural Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2018): JULY
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This article explores tl1e aristotelia n friendship in King 's The Body to answer two questions: 1) how is friendship described in Stephen King 's The body?; 2) what kinds of friendships are  desscribed in Stephen King s The body? Aristotle grouped friendship into tlueefriendship based on utility ,friendship based on pleasure, andfoendship based on goodness. The  research method  applied  was qualitative descriptive.The result of the analysis showed  Gordie, Chris, Teddy and Vern performed friendship based  on  utility  and  lfriendship  based  on pleasure while Gordie and Chris perfonned in the friendship based on goodness because  only  both of them who always stayed to gethe r and shared goodness in their relationship , the y encouraged one another in good things. Chris showed his love and care to Gordie by the way he pushed Gordie to join the collage course and leave the gang because tlle gang will only drag him down.
CLASSROOM COMMUNICATIVE STRUCTURE: EXCHANGE STRUCTURE IN EFL CLASS IN PUBLIC SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 3 MOJOKERTO Reza Fitri Rafsanjani; Ni Ketut Mirahayuni
Anaphora: Journal of Language, Literary, and Cultural Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2018): JULY
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This article reported the study about classroom communicative structure between teacher and students in English class in Public School High School 3 Mojokerto. This study aims to identify the elements of minimal exchange structure and general exchange structure in communication in classroom. This study uses minimal exchange structure theory of Strenstrom (1994) by qualitative descriptive method. Data in this study are obtained from the recording of conversation among teacher and students of XI grade in Speaking class. The result shows that there are three (3) types  of act as the element of exchange structure:  Initiating, Responding, dan Following-Up (I-R-F). Minimal exchange structure  consists of: Initiating-Responding (I-R) or Initiating-Responding-Following Up (I-R-F). General structure of exchange in classroom situation consists of: greeting, followed by any kinds of functions such as giving information, giving order, and asking question. In conversation, teacher tends to has initiative to start it, meanwhile, the students tend to give respond by doing activity (evade) which are instructed by the teacher. The students sometimes did not answer the question, therefore teacher keeps the conversation going by undergone initiative actions such as giving information, asking question or giving instruction. This study shows that teacher has power to supervise and keep going the class activity.  It is needed to do further study  on power aspect in classroom communication.
SARTRE'S EXISTENTIALISM IN HERMAN MELVILLE'S MOBY DICK Ambar Andayani
Anaphora: Journal of Language, Literary, and Cultural Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2018): JULY
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From the perspective of Sartre’s existentialism, it can be concluded that Ahab is nothing else but what he makes of himself. Through what he does against that white whale, he gets his meaningful existence. Ahab exists only to the extent that he fulfills himself. Ahab gets happiness with his plan and act to kill his mighty woe. Furthermore Ahab’s decision at the same time creates an image of man that in general will do the same thing.
METHODISM IN WILLIAM BLAKE'S THE CHIMNEY SWEEPER Susie Chrismalia Garnida; Mateus Rudi Supsiadji
Anaphora: Journal of Language, Literary, and Cultural Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2018): JULY
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This article explores one of Blake's poems entitled The Chimney Sweeper which sees gloomily the condition of child labour during the industrial revolution in Britain. In the poem, it seems that Blake critizes the use of children to work for family income. Especially, this article discusses Blake’s ironical discussion on the Methodism's teaching to work hard in order to have the eternal life in the poem.
THE EFFECTS OF THE ABUSE EXPERIENCED BY DAVID CHARACTER’S IN DAVID PELZER’S A CHILD ALLED AND THE LOST BOY Adeline Grace Marianne Litaay
Anaphora: Journal of Language, Literary, and Cultural Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2018): JULY
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The study discusses the effects of the abuse experienced by David’s character in David Pelzer’s A Child Called It and The Lost Boy. The theory applied is psychological theory about child abuse and the research method applied is qualitative research by Blaxter. Based on the research, it is found that the effects of the above abuse that David experienced were flashback through nightmares, the feeling of insecure  and frightened, low self esteem and inferior feeling, difficulties to trust others and develop friendliness, and deteriotating school performance. Besides, David had deviant actions (stealing), obstacles to understand and receive love and/or properness, and emotional control disorder.
A COMPARISON OF TYPES OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN ZORA NEALE HURSTON’S “SWEAT” AND IN SANDRA CISNEROS’S “WOMAN HOLLERING CREEK” Mashbahah Baroroh; Linusia Marsih
Anaphora: Journal of Language, Literary, and Cultural Studies Vol 1 No 2 (2018): December
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. This study reveals the types of domestic violence in “Sweat” by Zora Neale Hurston and “Woman Hollering Creek” by Sandra Cisneros. The discussion will involve the types of abuse, the reactions of the victims, and the similarities and differences about the abuse in the two selected short stories. This study is designed to interpret phenomena of life associated to domestic violence reflected in the selected stories. Thus, this is a qualitative study. As the discussion is focused on the characters’ psychological aspects, the extrinsic approach is applied.  The study finds out that the types of domestic violence that exist in the stories are emotional/psychological violence and physical violence and the victims of the abuse response somewhat differently to the abuse. The reactions of the abuse victim in Hurston’s “Sweat” include taking the violent silently and then to be moved to fight back, and the reactions of the abuse victim in Cisneros “Woman Hollering Creek” include  taking the violent silently and then making an effort to be free from the abuse by getting help from other people. The analysis also shows that the two short stories contain both similarities and differences.
STRATEGIES IN THE TRANSLATION OF REFUSAL EXPESSIONS IN JOHN GREEN’S PAPER TOWNS Umi Nur Lailah; Susie Chrismalia Garnida
Anaphora: Journal of Language, Literary, and Cultural Studies Vol 1 No 2 (2018): December
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This article examined about translation from English to Indonesian related to non-equivalence words on expression of  refusal  either directly or indirectly, and the using of translation strategies in adjusting non-equivalence. This study focused to expression of refusal either directly or indirectly in English on Paper Towns novel by John Green (2008) as a source of data. There are 33 total data, consists of 22 of expression of indirect refusal and 11 expression of direct refusal. Those data are analysed by descriptive qualitative method. The result shows that strategy used for solving non equivalence problem in this translation are seven (7): (1) translation by more general word, (2) translation by more neutral word, (3) translation by cultural substitution, (4) translation using a loan word, (5) translation by paraphrasing using a related word, (6) translation by paraphrasing using an unrelated word, and (7) translation by omission. From all those strategies, strategies five (5) is often used in the translation because there is no suitable expression in Indonesian from English.
SANTIAGO'S WAY TO FIND HAPPINESS IN PAULO COELHO'S THE ALCHEMIST Zindi Nabila Onedani; Danu Wahyono
Anaphora: Journal of Language, Literary, and Cultural Studies Vol 1 No 2 (2018): December
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This study is about an analysis of Santiago's way to find happiness in Paulo Coelho's The Alchemist. Psychological approach and the help of psychological theory that are used in this study to identify the reasons of Santiago's strife to pursue happiness through his journey to Egypt. From the novel, Santiago's family life background is the main reason of his strife to find happiness. The result of the study, researcher finds some indicators of happiness according to Selingma's PERMA in Santiago's journey. Santiago meets relationship, meaning and accomplishments in the end of the journey. He meets the girl, Fatima, as the love of his life. He also finds the meaning of his life, which is to live without any regrets. then, he finally finds the hidden treasure as his dream. The three indicators help Santiago to be happier than before. From the analysis, it can be found that the reason why Santiago feels happier in life is because he never stops encouraging himself with the faith of his dream, the faith of his own destiny, and the faith of his mission in life.
APPLYING THE STRATEGIES OF DISAGREEMENT EXPRESSION IN THE MOVIE OF AARON SORKIN’S A FEW GOOD MEN Ahmad Febrianto Okem; Ni Ketut Mirahayuni
Anaphora: Journal of Language, Literary, and Cultural Studies Vol 1 No 2 (2018): December
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This study talks about the forms and strategies of disagreement expressions used by the characters in in Movie Script Aaron Sorkin’s A Few Good Men. The aims of this research are to find out the forms and types of disagreement strategies. The descriptive qualitative was used in this research and the data were the conversation among the characters. The analysis was based on Muntigl and Turnbull’s (1998) for the types of disagreement strategies in disagreement expression  and  for the  types  of  the  form based  on Liu’s (2004). The study involves thirty (30) data taken from drama plays. The study found that (1) disagreement expression can be identified by the form to describe the type of the sentence, they are declarative form involves  twenty three (23) data of disagreement expression which is found in all types of disagreement strategy, (2) Interrogative form involves four (4) data of disagreement expression which is found in challenge and counterclaims strategy. (3) Imperative form involves two (2) data of disagreement expression which is found in challenge strategy (4) Exclamative form involves one (1) data of disagreement expression which is found in contradict strategy. Second, the result of the analysis also shows that there are four types of disagreement strategies usually used by the characters: Irrelevancy Claims involves four (4) data, Challenge involves nine (9) data, Contradict involves nine (9) and Counterclaims involves eight (8) data.