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TRAVERSE - Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27985296     DOI : 10.22334/traverse
Core Subject : Education, Social,
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics (TRAVERSE) is a journal aims to be a peer-reviewed platform and an authoritative source of information. We publish original research papers, review articles and case studies focused on language teaching, learning and applied linguistics context. The scope of TRAVERSE is, but not limited to: 1. Theory or practice in language teaching and learning, 2. language teaching methodology, 3. language curriculum design, 4. classroom management, 5. language learning and teaching problems, 6. Applied linguistics & discourse studies, 7. Computer assisted language learning, as well as related topics in language and applied linguistics.
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The analysis of code switching found in padang bulan novel by andrea hirata Inten, I Gusti Ayu; Ariyaningsih, Ni Ny Deni; Jendra, I Md Iwan Indrawan
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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Nowadays, phenomenon of combining two languages in communication process often occurred in bilingual community called code switching. This study concerned with code switching used by novelist Andrea Hirata in his utterance in Padang Bulan novel. This study aimed to answer (1) What types of code switching are used in the novel, and (2) What reasons are for the code switching found in the novel. A descriptive qualitative method was used. The method was applied by Appel and Muysken (1987) to classify the types of code switching and the theory by Hoffman (1991) to analyze the reasons for code-switching. The result shows that three types of code-switching and three reasons for code-switching were found. First, the three types of code-switching are namely tag switching, intra-sentential switching, and inter-sentential switching, in which the most dominant switching is inter sentential. Second, Three reasons for code-switching were talking about a particular topic, being emphatic about something, quoting somebody else, and expressing group identity. The most dominant reason is talking about a particular topic.
An analysis types of figurative languages found in richard marx's song lyrics Wibawa, I Gede Adi Guna; Putri , IGA Vina Widiadnya; Juniartha , I Wayan
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This research aims to identify the kinds of figurative languages used in the chosen song lyrics of Richard Marx and to examine the meanings of figurative languages in the song lyrics of Richard Marx. Several song lyrics from Richard Marx that were randomly taken are the data base of this analysis. In the analysis of data from this report, descriptive and qualitative methods were used. The theory of Knickerbocker and Reninger (1963: 367) studied the types of figurative languages and also the accepted theory of meaning proposed by Leech (1981: 16) will be analyzed in the selected song lyrics of Richard Marx to explain the meaning of figurative language. The researcher assumes, after the study has been finished, that the chosen song lyrics of Richard Marx consist of 20 lyrics that used figurative language. Therefore, it was found 7 types of figurative language, there are simile (16, 67%), metaphor (5, 56%), personification (19, 44%), irony (2, 78%), hyperbole (47, 22%), synecdoche (2, 78%) and metonymy (2, 78).
A rhetorical analysis of political discourse barack obama political speech “a more perfect union Pusparini , Ni Wayan; Suastini, Ni Wayan; Jayantini, I G A Sri Rwa
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This study aims to identify the rhetorical proof used in Barack Obama political speech. This paper related to public speaking skills as a public figure especially as a politician. Basically the relationship between Public speaking and rhetorical defined as persuasive speaking in public oratory and rhetorical as an art of language kindly a figure of speech in order to persuade and create memorable speech. Rhetoric words usually use to avoid impolite statements and ruin the image of the speaker itself. The data were analyzed with descriptive qualitative method. This study used theory of rhetorical proofs by Aristotle in Griffin (2012) which consisted of three appeals such as logos (logical proof), ethos(ethical proof), and pathos (emotional proof). The result of this study showed that the most dominant rhetorical proof is pathos (emotional proof) especially in fear type. The highlight Barack Obama’s political speech concerned racial tension happened which is the most serious problem in America. Fear types as dominant proof surfaces as the sadness of troubles that faced in America society and the chance of Barack Obama to give campaign to choose him as president.
Subordinate clause found in dracula novel by bram stoker Putri, Luh De Mila Noviana; Maharani, Putu Devi; Putra, I Gusti Bagus Wahyu Nugraha
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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The purpose of this research is to find out the functions of subordinate clauses in Dracula novel by Bram Stoker. The data of this study were taken from Dracula novel by Bram Stoker. This study focused on analysing the subordinate clause in complex declarative sentences found in Dracula novel by Bram Stoker. The theory used in this research is the theory by Aarts (2001) about types of function of subordinate clause which consist of clause functioning as subject, clause functioning as direct object, clause functioning as adjunct and clause functioning as complement within phrase and supported with theory by Quirk and Sydney’s (1973) theory on their book entitled a University of Grammar. Then, to analyze the functions of subordinate clause the qualitative strategy is used. The result of the research shows that in Dracula novel by Bram Stoker found 194 data and has a complete subordinate clause function. They are clause functioning as subject, clause functioning as direct object, clause functioning as adjunct and clause function as complement within phrase.
The analysis of directive function in the fifty shades freed novel Dewi, Ni Komang Chandra; Juniartha, I Wayan; Karya, I Wayan Sidha
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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The aims of this research are to describe the types of directive illocutionary acts function in Fifty Shades Freed novel and to find out the types, which is mostly used in this novel. This is descriptive qualitative research. Observation was used in collecting the data. There were some steps in collecting the data: read the novel several times to understand the plot and examined the dialogue to distinguish the types of directive illocutionary act function found in the novel. The researcher applied Searle (1979) to analyze the data. The result of the research shows that there are 39 utterances containing directive illocutionary acts function. The data were classified into four; ordering (21), forbidding (1), requesting (4), suggesting (1), and asking (11). Of the total 39 directive illocutionary acts function, ordering are the most used type of directive illocutionary acts function because the character mostly expressed their utterances by ordering.
Students’ perception on rapport in english classroom Nova, Muhamad
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Rapport is necessary to establish effective teaching and learning process. To maintain the rapport, the EFL teachers need to find appropriate activities to be conducted in the classroom. Therefore, this study is established to investigate the EFL teacher’s activities in maintaining rapport in EFL classroom. By conducting a questionnaire survey to 125 students, the activities conducted by EFL teachers in maintaining rapport are identified. It reveals that the teacher has conducted 19 activities from 20 activities provided in maintaining rapport in EFL classroom based on students’ perception. EFL Teacher has not done showing their interest on students completely. EFL teacher needs to emphasize more their interest to students and try to approach them individually through group discussion. Furthermore, EFL teachers can evaluate their teaching activities to foster a positive learning environment. Further research is recommended to investigate the activities done by EFL teachers in maintaining rapport based on the teacher’s perception.
Personality aspects in the psychological analysis of the main character in thor ragnarok movie Adnyana, I Gede Dana; Winarta, Ida Bagus Gde Nova; Resen, I Wayan
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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This thesis uses Three Aspects of Personality in Psychological, Id, Ego and Super-Ego”. This research aims to identify and explain how the main character surfaces the three aspects of personality in psychological Thor Ragnarok movie. The theory used is from Sigmund Freud theory of Psychoanalysis. Qualitative method is used to analyze the data. The researcher found the psychological dimensions of the main character, such as the id, the ego, and the superego. Thor’s id was shown in his ambition to revenge his sister who has kicked him from Asgard and disrupted life in Asgard. Thor’s ego was shown when he didn’t believe if his hammer could be destroyed because he only knows if his hammer was the strongest. Thor’s super-ego or the moral strength was shown when Thor had nightmares every night that he saw Asgard fall into ruins.
Flouting maxim analysis performed by the characters in escape room movie Wiraningsih, Ni Luh Ayu; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti; Juniartha, I Wayan
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This study aims to find out the types of flouting maxims and to know what the most dominant types of flouting maxims performed by the characters in the Escape Room movie is. The researcher used the theory proposed by Grice in his book Logic in Conversation (1975) to analyze the types of flouting maxims in the Escape Room movie. The method that used in this research is descriptive qualitative research. Through the findings of the analysis, there were 24 data found. Those are: Flouting Maxim of Quantity 8 data (33%), Flouting Maxim of Quality and Flouting Maxim of Relevance rarely appeared with same frequently 6 data (25%) and Flouting Maxim of Manner 4 data (17%). From those forms, Flouting Maxim of Quantity has the highest occurrences used among others.
An analysis of the types of figurative languages found in “the adventures of tom sawyer” novel by mark twain Wahyuni, Ni Komang Dila Candra; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti; Ariyaningsih, Ni Nyoman Deni
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The purpose of this study is to find out the types of figurative language in the novel entitled “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”. This study used descriptive qualitative method. The data were analyzed based on the theory of Perrine (1977) about the twelve types of figurative language. The result of this analysis showed that there were 11 types of figurative languages found in this novel are; simile, personification, metaphor, synecdoche, allegory, paradox, metonymy, hyperbole, symbol, understatement, and irony. The type of figurative language that does not existed in this novel is the apostrophe. The types of figurative language personification and hyperbole are dominantly used in this novel, the author wants to make the reader not bored reading the novel and to make the readers know clearly the character of the existing characters in the novel. By using hyperbole readers can clarify the character or personality of the characters. The researcher proposed suggestions for the readers and literary enthusiasts are able to understand the study of figurative language in particular use of language as a tool for communication.

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