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Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature
Published by CV Wahana Publikasi
ISSN : 29631548     EISSN : 29619947     DOI : -
Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature is an open access journal, single blind peer-reviewed, published by CV Wahana Publikasi. This journal is an area studies journal that publishes research articles, especially in the field of linguistics and literature covering all regions or groups of Austronesian languages. Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature aims to disseminate information and/or research results on Austronesian languages so that the characteristics (identity) of the Austronesian language are maintained and of course increasingly developed. This is done as an effort or preventive measure against the influence of science and technology developments that can destroy the function of language as the identity of a region. Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature publishes original research articles and book reviews that are open to academics, researchers, students, practitioners and all language observers. Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature focus on the field of language, linguistics, and literature covering all regions or groups of Austronesian languages. Specifically, the scopes of the journal are: - Pragmatics, Semantics, Syntax, Morphology, Phonology - Translation & Interpreting - Literature - Discourse Analysis - Sociolinguistics - Psycholinguistics - Computational Linguistics - Corpus Linguistics - Comparative Study - Education
Articles 21 Documents
Humor Discourse in Art Performances of Shadow Puppets Cenk Blonk Gede Wira Ady Saputra; Aron Meko Mbete; I Nyoman Muliana
Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.59011/austronesian.1.2.2022.56-73

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Humor discourse as non-bonafide discourse is frequently found daily. The existence of humor, besides for entertainment purposes, is also being used for educational purposes, also culture and language conservation. Some approaches can be implied to understand how discourse humor is created. One of them is through language elements and pragmatism flouting. This research of humor discourse in art performances of shadow puppets aims to analyze the utilization of language elements and pragmatism flouting. This study uses a mixed-method approach. The data of this research are in the form of conversation found in the dialogue of shadow puppets performances. As the results, it was found that humor discourse is formed by the first utilization of language elements such as phonological utilization (5.56%), lexical ambiguity (3.70%), grammatical ambiguity (31.48%), rhyme utilization, and language style (59.26%); secondly, Maxim flouting such as quantity flouting (39.13%), quality flouting (21.74%), manner flouting (17.39%), relevance flouting (21.74%).
Critical Discourse Analysis of Online News Texts: “Pakar Sebut Pemilih Prabowo Cenderung Beralih ke Sandi Ketimbang Anies” Nur Afnita Asfar; Brama Kumbara Omar; Indah Permata Sari; Nurdin; Riskayani Djamaleng
Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.59011/austronesian.1.1.2022.9-20

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This research is intended to analyze a news text entitled “Pakar Sebut Pemilih Prabowo Cenderung Beralih ke Sandi Ketimbang Anies” based on the Norman Fairclough’s Critical Discourse Analysis. This research aims to examine the construction of news about the Prabowo voters tend to switch to Sandi instead of Anies. The main data was obtained from CNN Indonesia.com. In analysing the data, researchers used Norman Fairclough analysis model that focuses on the three dimensions, namely text dimension, discourse dimension, and socio-cultural dimension. The results shown that the tendency of news texts to be more in favor of Sandiaga Uno, who is predicted to run in the 2024 presidential election. Through the news texts, the contrast of several parties is shown, which favors Sandiaga Uno. Furthermore, researcher assumed that news text is not only as a media for announcement, however news text as a social construction that is full of power that somehow can marginalized someone.
Communication Style in Indonesia’s Television Series: My Nerd Girl Ekrisyen Duha; Umar Mono; Alemina Perangin Angin
Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (294.272 KB) | DOI: 10.59011/austronesian.1.1.2022.1-8

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This research is about communication styles in Indonesia’s television series. The research was conducted because it had an interesting and unique phenomenon in it where the characters or actors and actresses had a certain communication style, which makes it interesting to be conducted. The communication style and the way of actors in Indonesia’s Television series ‘My nerd girl’ communicate are the aims of this research. This research was descriptive qualitative research because it aimed to describe and explain in depth a case that would be researched. The data was documentation which consists of the video and transcript of Indonesia’s television series called My Nerd Girl. The data was analyzed by using theory of Miles, Huberman and Saldana, which consists of three steps: data reduction, data display, and conclusion drawing/verification. The research results showed that the communication style found in Indonesia’s Television series ‘My nerd girl’ are into slang, bad words, positive, and negative words. Another research result revealed that the way of communication in that series is just a style of speaking or the style of communication, which means certain characters speak English naturally in some scenes.
Different Perspective of Understanding between Indonesian and Malaysian in Communication Style Harisa Dwi Oktira; Umar Mono; Alemina Br.Perangin-angin
Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (163.1 KB) | DOI: 10.59011/austronesian.1.1.2022.21-28

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Since many people have different cultural groups or cultural values sometimes causes misunderstandings. The research used descriptive qualitative which to investigate the different perspectives of both cultures such as the problem of misunderstanding of communication, the difference in communication styles and also to investigate the contrasting perspective in oral or written communication. The respondents of the research are Indonesian and Malaysian who took on social media YouTube. In collecting the data, the researchers used the observation with a video on YouTube and used diary notes to write the essential data of the research. The results shown that even though Malaysia and Indonesia are neighboring countries and these two countries almost have similar cultures, there are some different perspectives of understanding, especially in communication. Two aspects of communication became the issues of these two countries such as verbal communication and non-verbal communication. The different perspectives of communication style which classified into two aspects, namely verbal communication and non-verbal communication. The different perspective of verbal communication style occurs by using the words used or intonation to communicate or transfer the meaning. Meanwhile, the different perspectives of verbal communication style can be seen in the mannerism such as gestures or mimicking of people.
The Effectiveness of Using Questions Technique to Improve Students’ Writing of Recount Text Maria Osmunda Eawea Monny
Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (307.519 KB) | DOI: 10.59011/austronesian.1.1.2022.29-37

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Writing as a productive skill is considered a difficult skill to be mastered because not every student has better English proficiency which somehow has become an obstacle for them to construct better grammatical text. This research aims to improve the writing skills of recount text of students of Class CA of STMIK STIKOM Indonesia. The approach of this research is Class Action Research (CAR). The data collected are observation, interviews literary research, and tests. The results of this research showed that the implementation of Questions Guiding Techniques (QFT) was conducted successfully which can be seen through the results of cycle I and the progress made by students in cycle II. The results of cycle I (pre-test) and cycle II (post-test) were examined using an assessment rubric of writing text skills of recount text which consists of 5 aspects those are content, organization, structure, vocabulary, and mechanics with the score 4-3-2-1 (best-better-poor-poorer). The results of the cycle I (4-1) are 17-19-32-52. The result of cycle II shows that there is improvement in students understanding of grammar and writing skill on the recount text because score 4-3 is increased (36 – 95) and 2-1 is decreased (86 – 25) which shows better writing skills of the students.
The Verbal and Non-verbal Signs of “For Women by Women: IDÔLE Lancôme” Advertisement Ni Made Candra Sandita Dewi; Desak Putu Eka Pratiwi; Ni Wayan Suastini
Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (384.341 KB) | DOI: 10.59011/austronesian.1.2.2022.84-93

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The study is intended to identify the verbal and non-verbal signs used in the advertising “For Women by Women: IDÔLE Lancôme.” Humans employ both verbal and non-verbal communication techniques to engage, including messages, sounds, visuals, and gestures. This study is designed using a descriptive qualitative method. Data is gathered through observation methods. The analysis of verbal and non-verbal signs is done based on Saussure’s semiotic theory. As a result, there are three verbal and three non-verbal signs found. Besides that, the advertiser also wants to provide the audience with a relevant message or piece of advice, emphasizing that ladies should have the courage to follow their vast aspirations. The commercial has nonverbal that may be examined in the form of an image or graphic and appear in terms of color. Through this study, researchers recommend scholars research to explore the vocabulary and grammatical use in advertisements.
Verbal and Non-verbal Signs of “AQUA Life: Care for Nature, Nature Cares for You” Ni Nyoman Sayun Trinadi; Desak Putu Eka Pratiwi; I Made Perdana Skolastika
Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature Vol. 1 No. 1 (2022): Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (364.821 KB) | DOI: 10.59011/austronesian.1.1.2022.38-46

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This study aims to analyze the verbal and non-verbal signs as well as the meaning contained in the “AQUA Life: Care for Nature, Nature Cares for You” Advertisement. This study used a qualitative method. An observation method was used to collect the data. The data were taken from the YouTube platform. In analysing the verbal and non-verbal signs based on the Saussure’s semiotic theory while in analyzing the meaning of the verbal and non-verbal signs based on the Barthes’s theory. In addition, the study of colors was done using the approach of color term submitted by Cerrato. As the result, the researchers found three verbal signs and three non-verbal signs in this advertisement. The advertiser highlighted the advertised product in this advertisement, attempting to persuade the viewers that using 100% recycled products is one of the essential things to protect this planet. Furthermore, this advertisement also emphasized the importance of consuming mineral water for body health. From the analysis, it can be concluded that the “AQUA Life: Care for Nature, Nature Cares for You” advertisement employed meaningful sentences to gain the attention of their target consumers.
Verbal and Non-verbal Signs of “Scream” Movie Posters Ni Putu Mirah Handayani; Desak Putu Eka Pratiwi; I Gusti Ayu Vina Widiadnya Putri
Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (277.954 KB) | DOI: 10.59011/austronesian.1.2.2022.94-102

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This study aims to analyze the verbal and non-verbal signs and to figure out the meaning of verbal and non-verbal signs in Scream movie posters. An observation method was used to collect the data. The data were taken from two Scream movie posters downloaded from https://m.imdb.com. The method used is a qualitative approach. To analyze verbal and non-verbal signs, researchers used Saussure's semiotic theory, while to analyze the meaning, researchers used the theories of Barthes and Cerrato. As a result, the researchers found eight verbal and five non-verbal signs in these Scream movie posters. The creator's message is usually conveyed implicitly, requiring the viewers to interpret the meaning of the movie posters. The presence of both verbal and non-verbal signs in the movie poster serves to highlight the creator's message to the audience. Furthermore, a movie poster tends to promote a movie, provide information, and persuade the audience to watch the movie.
Managing Cross Culture Diversity: Issues and Challenges in Workplace Siti Maharani; Umar Mono; Alemina Br Perangin-Angin
Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (212.885 KB) | DOI: 10.59011/austronesian.1.2.2022.74-83

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This study is focused on describing the horizontal communication among employees with ethnic country diversity in the communication process and examining the barriers to communication as well as efforts made by the employees in resolving horizontal communication conflicts. The data collection technique used is a focus group discussion of structured interviews with three Indonesian and three Foreign employees. The interviews were done by dividing the employees into two discussion groups according to their ethnicity to answer the same research questions. The results show that the horizontal communication process between employees is going well and needs to be influenced by the diversity of employees in terms of ethnicity. Barriers to horizontal communication between employees are communication barriers in terms of employee psychology and semantics. Efforts made by employees in overcoming horizontal communication conflicts are by compromising. However, Indonesian employees tend to make efforts to integrate the implications of this study following the results of the research, which stated that employees’ ethnic diversity did not directly affect the continuity of horizontal communication among employees in the company.
An Analysis of Verbal and Non-Verbal Signs in Rexona Clinical Protections Advertisement I Made Tobi Arinata; Desak Putu Eka Pratiwi; I Komang Sulatra
Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Austronesian: Journal of Language Science & Literature
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (245.378 KB) | DOI: 10.59011/austronesian.1.2.2022.47-55

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Humans interact using verbal and nonverbal communication tools, such as messages, pictures, sounds, and gestures. This study is intended to examine the connotative and denotative meanings of verbal and nonverbal signs in the “Rexona Clinical Protection” advertisement. The study is designed with a qualitative approach. The observation method was used in collecting the data. The data was obtained from the website Rexona. There are three items of the data analysis, namely verbal and nonverbal signs analyzed based on Saussure’s semiotic theory, and the meaning of the verbal and nonverbal signs was analyzed using Barthes’s theory. Wierbicka’s color theory lends support to the denotative and connotative meanings. As a result, the writer discovered six verbal and six nonverbal signs in this advertisement. Advertisers highlight the products in this advertisement, attempting to persuade viewers that using “Rexona Clinical Protection” products is one of the most important things we can do to protect our bodies from body odor and excessive sweating. From this analysis, it can be concluded that the “Rexona Clinical Protection” advertisement uses meaningful sentences to attract the attention of its target consumers.

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