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CALL
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27232417     DOI : https://dx.doi.org/10.15575/call
CALL is a journal that presents Critical Analysis on Language and literature. This journal focuses on the analysis of text scrutinized by theories from linguistics, literary analysis, discourse analysis, to critical theories. This journal accepted the analysis of text of any language, especially, Indonesian, Malay, Arabic, English, indigenous and modern languages. The official language of this journal is English. The management of journal CALL has been arranged since 2018 but the journal was first published online for Vol. 1, No. 1, in June 2019. This is a biannual journal published in June and December by Program Studi Sastra Inggris, Fakultas Adab dan Humaniora, UIN SUnan Gunung Djati Bandung.
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THE TRANSLATION OF INDONESIAN PASSIVE VOICE INTO ENGLISH IN THE NOVEL 9 SUMMERS 10 AUTUMNS TRANSLATED BY MAGGIE TJIOJAKIN Desi Amalia; Andang Saehu; Irman Nurhapitudin
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/call.v1i1.8803

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The study is conducted based on qualitative research design with descriptive analysis. The data are 67 passive construction in Indonesian and English as used in the novel “9 Summers 10 Autumns (Dari Kota Apel ke The Big Apple)” and translated into “9 Summers 10 Autumns (From the City of Apples to the Big Apple). The research problems are the first what are the corresponding equivalents of Indonesian passive in English as used in the Novel 9 Summers 10 Autumns and its translation, the second what is the translation method or procedure that used in the process of passive voice translation. The steps and procedures of discovering the answer to the both of research problems are shown under the discussion of research method which includes: (1) the data source, (2) method and technique of collecting the data consisting of observation method and note-taking technique; (3) method and technique of analyzing the data. The results of the study show that among the passive in Indonesian which can be identified in SL, most are marked by prefix di- (prefix di- + verb base) and (prefix di-+ verb base + suffix –kan, -i) which are also translated into passive in English (be+past participle ) with four types namely to infinitive translation, by agent translation (stated and implied) and the rest translated into active. This clearly reveals that some passives in SL are retained, namely translated into passive in English and some others are translated into actives. Second, from the whole data analysis the researcher found 4 types of translation methods or procedures used in the passive translation, namely literal translation, transposition, modulation, and adaptation.Keywords: Passive voice, translation procedures, novel
THE REPRESENTATION OF BLACK WOMEN STRUGGLE IN MAYA ANGELOU’S POEMS “EQUALITY” Siti Munawaroh; Pepi Siti Paturohmah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/call.v1i2.6515

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This study analyzes the representation of Black women struggle in Maya Angelou’s poem. In this study, the researcher chose a poems of Maya Angelou. The poem entitles “Equality”. In order to discover the representation of black women struggle in those poems, the study was conducted by using intrinsic elements of poetry, feminist literary critic, gynocriticism and biography of Maya Angelou. This study was conducted into two research problem; 1. How Maya Angelou represent black women struggle in her poem? 2. What kinds of struggle does Angelou describe in her poem? The result of this study shows that Maya Angelou represent the struggle of black women through the intrinsic elements. She represent that there is a clash between black women and white people. White people treat black women in a bad way because they are consider black women as slave. The poems shows that black women struggle against racism.Keywords: Representation, black women, struggle, gynocriticism
COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE INTRINSIC ELEMENTS OF THE HOBBIT NOVEL AND MOVIE SCRIPT Winanda Ayu Ningtyas; Udayani Permanaludin; Dedi Sulaeman
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/call.v1i1.8805

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This research analyzes the comparison of intrinsic elements in the novel and the movie script The Hobbit. this work tells about unexpected adventures. A long journey is one of man's biggest dreams. Break away from the comfort of life, explore the uncharted world, without a definite purpose and guarantee a safe return. This is what make decided them Bilbo, Gandalf, and thirteen Dwarves to meet Smaug, the giant dragon inhabiting the Silent Mountain. In this research, researchers used the Racmat Ddjoko Pradopo theory. Pradopo explained that structuralism is a structure with elements that are closer and every element that has meaning in relation to other elements. The researcher used the comparative method because the object under study was a comparative literary work. In analyzing the data, the researcher analyzed the quotes in the novel that were in accordance with the topic and also the theory used. This study aims to analyze the similarities and differences in intrinsic elements in the novels and scripts of the film The Hobbit. it can be seen that the intrinsic element plays an important role in building the story so that it is conveyed by the reader.Keywords: The Hobbit, Structuralism, Intrinsic Elements, Comparative Studies, Similarities and Differences.
APPRAISAL SYSTEM ANALYSIS IN ALADDIN’S DIALOGUES AS THE MAIN CHARACTER IN ALADDIN 2019 MOVIE Asya Durrotun Nafisah; Ujang Suyatman; Deuis Sugaryamah
CALL Vol 2, No 1 (2020): CALL
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/call.v2i1.8754

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Attitude have to do with evaluating things, people’s characters, and their feelings. Attitude can be identified not only from the dialogues used by people in their daily life interaction, but also from the characters’ dialogues in a movie. This research takes attitude and its language functions in Aladdin as the main character in Aladdin 2019 movie. This research focuses on; 1) What attitudes are revealed from Aladdin, the main character in Aladdin 2019 movie? 2) What language functions of Aladdin’s attitude in Aladdin 2019 movie? This research use qualitative method. There are two types of data, they are audio visual and document; Aladdin 2019 movie and its movie script. Technique of collecting data in this research use the audio visual documentation study technique and the researcher conducted mixed stages from some of the theories of analyzing data. To analyze data, researcher uses Appraisal System theory by J.R Martin, David Rose, and P.R.R White. The result of this research shows; 1) Aladdin as the main character in Aladdin 2019 movie revealed three types of attitudes; affect, judgment, and appreciation with 2) Aladdin’s attitude revealed five language functions from seven language functions by M.A.K Halliday; representational function, interactional function, personal function, heuristic function and regulatory function. Though, all types of attitude revealed in the movie, yet the most salient attitude Aladdin shown is positive appreciation, and the language used in his expressions has representational function.Keywords: Appraisal System, Attitude, Affect, Judgment, Appreciation, Aladdin.
The Kinds of Personality Disorders of The Main Character in Inside Out Movie Script Firman Nur Zaman; Udayani Permanaludin
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/call.v2i1.8763

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Movie script is a narrative literary wok that has intrinsic elements in it, that the intrinsic elements are theme, setting, point of view, plot, moral value, and last but not least are character and characterization. Movie script that are visualized into movies are categorized as modern dramas. Nowdays, the movie is used as a medium of entertainment and as a medium for delivering messages. This research aims to find two things, that is the personality disorders experienced by the main character in “Inside Out” movie script by Pete Docter. In this research, the researcher uses Sigmun Freud’s psychoanalytic theory (1923), and assisted by other supporting theories. The result of the research found that there were eight types of personality disorders of ten types of personality disorders. This research uses DSM-V (2013) as a reference for discussion of personality disorders.Keywords: Personality Disorder, Main Character, Inside Out Movie, Riley, Author, Dialogue, Narration.
POSITIVE POLITENESS STRATEGY IN “GREATEST SHOWMAN” (19TH CENTURY SOCIETY) AND “CHAPPIE” (21ST CENTURY SOCIETY) MOVIE SCRIPT Vera Kavita Hartoyo; Agus Salim Mansyur; Toneng Listiani
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/call.v1i2.6447

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The research is a pragmatic study on positive politeness strategies employed by the main characters in “ Greatest Showman” and “Chappie” films in the context of differences certain the century society. the researcher use Brown and Levinson’s theory of positive politeness theory. Politeness is the way of self strategies in communication to others, in order to received their meanings well. The objectives of this research are to find out the types of positive politeness strategies by main character in the setting 19th Century society (Greatest Showman film) and 21st  Century setting society (Chappie film) and to find out factors affecting main character to choice that strategies. The researcher used a qualitative method since the data engaged are displayed in the form of strings of words. The result shows that Phineas in “Greatest Showman” that can be conclude  in 19th century society, generally showed social class, kept family relation well, and respected for abnormal people. Diffrent with Deon in “Chappie” film that can be conclude in 21st century society, people concern with technology development, a lot of gangster who do the crime, and people communicate only in certain interests.Keywords: Pragmatics, Politeness Strategy, Movie Script
I WATCH MOVIES: A LOOK INTO HOW INFORMAL L2 LEARNERS ACQUIRE A NEW LANGUAGE Sya'baningrum Prihhartini; Fahmy Hasan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/call.v2i2.9407

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The present study sought to investigate how much independent second language learners acquire new language through movies. With the growing of Over-The Top (OTT) media services such as Netflix and Viu, which provide movies in many languages and from various nations, the possibility for public in general to watch any movies in any language is limitless, hence exposing them to acquire a new language. Two surveys, one about English and another about Korean acquisition,  were conducted via Google Form and distributed via social media to examine how much informal L2 learners retrieve their stored input acquired from the movie viewing. Data collected were analyzed using mixed method data analysis. The result show that Korea movie viewers could recall more words than the English movie viewers. Korean movie viewers also seem to perform more on productive retrieval as they use the words they get from movies to communicate with their community. English movie viewers, on the other hand, seem to perform more on receptive retrieval as they can understand the story of the movies without needing subtitle. The findings suggest that watching movies greatly expose viewers to language input, which can be a great source of output when interacting within the movie-based community that they belong to.
VOICE AND FREQUENCY IN QUENTIN TARANTINO’S PULP FICTION MOVIE SCRIPT Sandy Agung; Dadan Rusmana; Lili Awaludin
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/call.v2i1.8748

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This research discusses the narrative discourse structure in Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction movie script. Pulp Fiction (1994) Pulp Fiction is known as one of the best crime and drama genre movie. Pulp Fiction directed by Quentin Tarantino. Quentin Tarantino and Roger Avery wrote the script. The movie presented many drops of blood, fights, and gun in the scenes. This movie also provides us with many “nigga” words. The researcher used Gerrard Genette’s narrative discourse theory. This study was conducted into two research problem; 1. What are the kinds of voice that consist in Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction movie script? 2. What are the kinds of frequency that consists in Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction movie script? The result of this research shows that in this movie there are two kinds of voice. Moreover, there are some data that show frequency that exist in Quentin Tarantino’ Pulp Fiction movie script.
MASCULINITY OF HEROINE IN XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS (1995) AND THE HUNGER GAMES (2012) Ingga Rosarini; Pepi Siti Paturohmah; Hasbi Assiddiqi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/call.v2i1.8762

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Abstract: This study is aims at revealing the female masculinity or masculine character reflected in the character heroine of Katniss Everdeen and Xena. The characters created are also both heroes mostly born in the adventure genre. Heroine is the female protagonist character. The hero overcomes these opponents because he is strong, brave, resourceful, rational, and determined to succeed, he may receive assistance from wise and benefit being who recognize him for what he is. The words masculine can refer to the property of being biologically male. Inferiority to high culture are derived from, and refer back to, the sexist constructions of femininity and masculinity in the wider society. Researcher look for data relating to the question of the problem, how are the masculinity aspect of heroine described in Xena: Warrior Princess and The Hunger Games Movie. The researcher used comparative method to find differences and similarities of the both character to be used as objects of research with the topic woman characters. From the analysis, it was found that Katniss and Xena had masculinity of heroine. This also shows a striking difference in both character.Keywords:   heroine, masculinity, comparative, film, sexist.
The Construction of Meaning and Position of Mental Disorder Character in Three Romance Films Dite Nursyamsi Mahmutami
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/call.v2i2.9342

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This research discusses the representation and discourse which focused on the elements of characterization and narration which is presented by mental disorder character in Silver Linings Playbook (2012), Touched with Fire (2015), and The Other Half (2016). In this research, mental illness is not analyzed as a medical narration but also is one of signifying practices. The approaches of media representation analysis from Simon Cross (2014) and Harper (2008) are used to determine the representation of life experiences and disassemble the emerging discourses. The result indicates that when mental illness is represented in the romantic film, the stereotype about abnormality, rejection, and exclusion still becomes the main structure of the narrative. The romance story that wraps it up still refers to the stereotype. Therefore, those three films can be concluded as a part of dominant statements on abnormality discourse against mental disorder sufferers. In this case, mental disorder sufferers are subjected as a subject that must change. It is because only one choice for mental disorder sufferers to be accepted in society, that is recovery.Keywords: Mental Disorder Character, Discourse, Representation, Film