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Humaniora Scientia
ISSN : 23555742     EISSN : -     DOI : -
Core Subject : Humanities, Art,
This journal covers some scopes of language study including linguistics, literature, translation as well as English language teaching (ELT).
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THE TRANSLATION TECHNIQUES OF THE EXPRESSIVE UTTERANCES IN CAPTAIN AMERICA Sativa, F. Endy; Prajoko, Dwi Aji
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The objectives of the research were (1) to describe the expressive utterances in Captain Americamovie; and (2) to analyze the translation techniques used in translating expressive utterances inCaptain America movie. This research was qualitative and, therefore, descriptive too. Thesource of data was the English transcript of Captain America movie and its Indonesian subtitle.The data collection technique was document analysis while the data collection analysis wasetnographic. Five expressive utterances found in the script of the movie entitled CaptainAmerica: The first Avenger. They were denying, admitting, apologizing, congratulating, andthanking. The first two, namely denying and admitting, were the most dominant. The expressiveutterances were translated with twelve translation techniques, namely established equivalent,modulation, deletion, transposition, literal translation, adaptation, discursive creation, addition,explicitation, compensation, and generalization. Establihed equivalent was the most dominanttranslation technique.Keywords: Captain America Movie, Expressive Utterances, Translation Techniques
TECHNIQUES FOR TEACHING TOEFL FOR THE POSTGRADUATE PROGRAM STUDENTS OF IAIN PONOROGO Amnan, Ari
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Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is an English proficiency test of language skillwhich is as the most well-liked and followed by people in the world. Postgraduate program ofState Islamic Institute (IAIN) of Ponorogo Issued a policy which obligates the students to takelanguage proficiency test (TOEFL) as one of obligatory requirements to pass the thesisexamination. The kind of this research is descriptive qualitative. The result of the research showsthat Techniques used by tutors in the TOEFL preparation class are Drill, Warm-up,Dialogue/Narrative presentation, discussion, and checking. The use of those techniques is tohelp students in understanding the materials.The existence of TOEFL preparation class is veryimportant. Its role as the bridge for students makes it strategic in accompanying students to getthe target of score.Keywords: TOEFL Preparation, Test, Techniques, Teaching
RELIGIOUS SYMBOLS IN WILLIAM BLAKE’S “THE LITTLE GIRL LOST” AND “THE LITTLE GIRL FOUND” Lamanepa, Lukas Demon Octovianto; Yustisiana, Rr. Arielia
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The research aimed to discuss religious symbol in William Blake’s The Little GirlLost and The Little Girl Found. The objectives of the research were to describewhat the meaning of symbol related to religious symbol. The symbols would berelated to religious symbols as portrayed in the Bible. The theories used in thisstudy were symbolism, religious symbol, Garden of Eden, Innocence, Creation,and Jesus. The technique of data collecting was library research, while themethod of this research was descriptive. There were two approaches used in thisstudy. They were structural and formalist approach. According to the findings ofthis study, religious symbols in The Little Girl Lost and The Little Girl Foundcontained four symbols: the Garden of Eden, Innocence, Creation, and Jesus. TheGarden of Eden explained the situation of Adam and Eve, and the Tree ofKnowledge. Innocence described the main character of this poem, a little girlnamed Lyca. Creation explained the process of creation in this universe, done byGod and the Sabbath. Jesus explained about the Holy Trinity, Lion, Tiger, andCrown of Thorns.Keywords: Religious Symbol, Garden of Eden, Innocence, Creation, Jesus
THE PORTRAIT OF INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION IN BRITAIN IN WILLIAM WORDSWORTH’S “THE WORLD IS TOO MUCH WITH US” Bhumi, Rahaden Lingga; Yustisiana, Rr. Arielia
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The research aimed to discuss the portrait of industrial revolution and symbol inBritain in William Wordsworth’s The World is too Much with Us. The objectivesof the research were to describe how the industrial revolution in Britain portrayedand what the meaning of symbol related to industrial revolution. The themeswould be related to industrial revolution as portrayed in the poem. The theoriesused in this study were setting, industrial revolution, materialism, allusion, andsymbol. The technique of data collecting was library research, while the methodof the method of this research was descriptive. There were three approaches wereused in this study. They were formalistic, historical, and structural approach. Thefirst result of this research showed that industrial revolution in The World is tooMuch with Us contained four issues, that is, political issues, economical issues,transition from nature to technological changes, and the people of natural world.Political issues explained about population, ambition, power abuse, andcampaign. Economical issues explained about the money, labor, and urge.Transition from nature to technological changes explained about the movement ofsociety from ancient to modern era. The people of natural world explained aboutthe people who choose to live in the ancient and be devote their live-in paganism.The second result of this research showed that the symbol related to industrialrevolution in The World is too Much with Us contained three symbols, that is,nature, poverty, greed and possession. Symbol of nature explained about thecondition of an ecosystem and the society in industrial revolution era. Povertyexplained about the poor rural families have been relocated to towns and cities towork in factories. Greed and possession explained about the people are overlyconcern with worldly matters.Keywords: Industrial Revolution, Symbol, Britain
AN ANALYSIS OF LEXICAL AND CONTEXTUAL MEANING IN LEWIS CAPALDI’S SONG LYRICS Belu, Meirina Sulastri; Sari, Christina Maya Iriana
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The research entitled “An Analysis of Lexical and Contextual Meaning in Lewis Capaldi’sSong Lyrics”. This research aimed to find out the lexical and contextual meanings,describing both meanings in each data, and classifying the types of context that are found ineach data. There were three songs as the object of the research taken from DivinelyUninspired to a Hellish Extent’s album entitled “Leaving my Love Behind, Lost on You andHold Me While you Wait”. This research used the descriptive qualitative method since theresearcher analyzed and interpret Lewis Capaldi’s song lyrics. Mansoer Pateda’s theoriesare used in this research. The data were found in the form of words and phrases which havelexical and contextual meaning in song lyrics. The step to obtain the data was collectingsources of data from Lewis Capaldi songs taken from the internet. After that, the researcherread, selected, and listened to the song to understand the context of the song and analyzedthem based on research focuses. As a result of this research, the researcher found 33 datathat had lexical and contextual meaning. Then, from 33 data, there were five types of contextthat are found, such as mood context, situational context, purpose context, object context,and context of time. According to the results found, the situational context is the dominant inthis study since it shows someone's situation about his relationship.Keywords: semantics, lexical meaning, contextual meaning, Lewis Capaldi
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TRANSLATION SHIFT AND ITS ACCURACY IN INDONESIANENGLISH TRANSLATION OF PASUNG JIWA Maryani, Irine Mely; Meilasari, Priska
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This research aimed at  describing translation shifts and its accuracy that happen in IndonesianEnglishtranslationofnovelPasungJiwa.Translationshiftisthechangesthatoccurwhenatextistranslatedintoanotherlanguageduetoeitherthedifferencesbetweenthetwolanguagesorthetranslator’schoices.Inthisresearch,thewriterusesCatford’stheoryoftranslationshiftandNababan’stheoryofTranslationQualityAssessment.Thisresearchisconsideredasdescriptivequalitativeresearch. All of the data are in the form of words, phrases, and clauses which arefound in novel Pasung Jiwa and its translated version. Those data are taxonimized into fivedifferent types of translation shifts. The analysis shows that there are 331 shifts found in novel;level shift is 47 (14%), class shift is 27 (8%), structure shift is 93 (28%), unit shift is 103 (31%),and intra-system shift is 61 (19%). In term of accuracy, 154 data are considered accurate (46%),152 data are considered less accurate (46%), and 25 data are considered inaccurate (8%).Keywords: Translation shift, translation quality assessement, translation technique, translationaccuracy, translation shift in Pasung Jiwa

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