The writer carries out a research for her
thesis entitled Javanese Terms of Address Used in
Jayabaya Magazines which is limited to the article in
the form of dialogues and contain the daily Javanese
terms of address published by Jayabaya magazines on May 1996.
The questions which come up in this researh
are the kinds of the terms of address which are used in
the dialogues of Jayabaya magazines. Also what social
aspects which influence the use of those terms of
address. The writer uses a descriptive research as her
method and qualitative as the approach.
For the analysis, the writer uses
sociolinguistic theory for analysing the data. The
writer identifies the data one by one using three tables
for each dialogue. From the findings and the
interpretations, the writer draws a conclusion of the research.
In the conclusion, the writer finds that there
are fifty-five kinds of the terms of address which are
as in terms of pronoun, name, profession word, kinword,
affix, body and also three kinds of the function of the
person. They are the first person singular and plural,
the second person singular and plural and the third
person singular and plural. Each function can be used in
any kinds of language level, whether ngoko or kromo in
which each level uses different term of address. For
informal types of interaction or setting , the
addressers of the dialogue entirely uses ngoko level
whether it is ngoko , ngoko madya or ngoko alus. In
formal type of interaction or setting, they tends to use
kromo as the level of language's choice.
(11492058) TRI WAHYUNING HAPSARI
(76-012) Josefa Juniarti Mardijono
(42111) "SUKEMI, PROF.DR.M.A."
Universitas Kristen Petra
Year : 1997
1. JAVANESE LANGUAGE-LINGUISTIC ASPECTS
s1 - Skripsi/Undergraduate Thesis (Program Studi Sastra Inggris S-1)
Undergraduate Thesis No. 527; Tri Wahyuning Hapsari (11492058)
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