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Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 3.1.2.1 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Front Cover DIGLOSIA Vol. 5 No. 2 (2022) https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/446 Copyright (c) 2022 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/446 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Kolofon DIGLOSIA Vol. 5 No. 2 (2022) https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/448 <p>dsjdksahdksahdkasjhdksa</p> Copyright (c) 2022 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/448 Wed, 11 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Pembelajaran Bahasa Indonesia secara Daring pada Masa Pandemi Covid-19 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/345 <p>The Covid-19 pandemic has forced Indonesian language lecturers to use internet-assisted technology. The worry arises because all lecturers have not mastered professional skills in using assisted internet technology, affecting the quality of Indonesian language learning, especially at the Ganesha University of Education. This qualitative research discusses (1) the learning tools used by Indonesian language lecturers and (2) the process of Indonesian learning during the Covid-19 Pandemic era. The subjects of this research are Indonesian language lecturers at the Ganesha University of Education. Data collection techniques were carried out using observation, open interviews, and documentation studies. The data analysis technique used the Milles and Huberman analysis model and the TPACK principle. The results showed that (1) Indonesian language learning during the Covid-19 pandemic era had been planned in advance through the preparation of learning tools; and (2) Indonesian lecturers were able to combine aspects of technology skills, pedagogy, and content knowledge in learning carried out both synchronously and asynchronously.</p> I Gede Nurjaya, I Nyoman Yasa Copyright (c) 2022 I Gede Nurjaya, I Nyoman Yasa https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/345 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Interferensi Bahasa Sasak terhadap Bahasa Arab Santri https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/347 <p><em>This research aims to examine the forms of interference of Sasak language to Arabic used by students in the boarding school environment who in their daily practice of Arabic knowledge and the efforts made to overcome the language disorder. This research is qualitative research using descriptive methods. The data in this study was obtained through observations and interviews with students and teachers in Nurul Hakim Boarding School Kediri West Lombok. The results showed that the Arabic language used by students in Nurul Hakim Boarding School Kediri West Lombok, in reality, is still heavily influenced by their mother tongue, Sasak. The interference is spread across several aspects such as phonology, morphology, syntax, and lexicon. Various forms of language interference are tried to be minimized by teachers by holding muhadatsah activities that are routinely carried out, teaching Arabic grammar both in school and in dormitories, and requiring students to memorize Arabic vocabulary that is regularly updated every week.</em></p> A. Syahid Robbani, Hisyam Zaini Copyright (c) 2022 A. Syahid Robbani, Hisyam Zaini https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/347 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Penggunaan Fitur Bahasa Perempuan pada Novel Tempurung Karya Oka Rusmini https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/282 <p>The use of women's language with a Balinese cultural background with a patriarchal culture is interesting to analyze. The novel 'Tempurung' by Oka Rusmini tells the story of women with Balinese cultural backgrounds. There are sixteen female characters in this novel, while three are male characters. This study analyzes the features of women's language used by female characters, which are analyzed using the referential, pragmatic, and distribution methods. Based on the results of the analysis, female characters use eight out of ten features of the female language, namely intensifier (40.72%), empty adjectives (17.01%), tag questions (16.49%), super polite form (7.22%), rising intonation on declarative (6.70%), hypercorrect grammar (6.70%), emphatic stress (3.09%), and lexical hedges or fillers (2.06%). Avoid strong swear words, and female characters do not apply precise colour terms. Female characters' use of women's language features is motivated by a patriarchal culture that makes men superior while women are inferior. The caste system in Balinese culture also underlies the use of female language features by female characters, for example, using polite forms when speaking with interlocutors who have a higher caste.</p> Ni Nyoman Astrini Utami Copyright (c) 2022 Ni Nyoman Astrini Utami https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/282 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Keselarasan Femininitas dan Maskulinitas dalam Cerpen “The Other Two” Karya Edith Wharton https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/408 <p>This paper analyzes how harmony between femininity and masculinity is achieved in the short story "The Other Two" by Edith Wharton. The short story tells the story of Alice, who has gone through the failure of her previous two marriages and tries hard to maintain her third marriage with Waythorn. To support the analysis that focuses on Alice and the three men in her life uses concepts of femininity and masculinity, including concept understanding, characteristics, and influencing factors. The research method used is a combination of several methods to obtain a comprehensive analysis. The library method with close reading supports the search for textual data. The contextual method borrows the concepts of femininity and masculinity to support the analysis of textual elements of characters, conflicts, and settings, and the analysis is presented qualitatively. The analysis results show that Alice's femininity tends to be flexible, adaptive, and developed to reduce the turmoil that arose in her third marriage with Waythorn. Alice's flexibility of femininity is also able to melt the stiff atmosphere when the three men in Alice's life with their respective masculinities unexpectedly meet at Waythorn-Alice's house.</p> Ratna Asmarani Copyright (c) 2022 Ratna Asmarani https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/408 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Pembelajaran Tamadun Melayu Jambi Berbasis Outcome-Based Education (OBE) Berorientasi Produk Kreatif https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/284 <p>The "Merdeka Belajar Kampus Merdeka" (MBKM) policy at the study program level requires analysis and mapping as well as the preparation of Outcome-Based Education (OBE)-based Graduate Learning Outcomes in the form of creative products that are in accordance with the competency demands of Subject Learning Outcomes. To implement the policy, an in-depth study is needed on implementing the Jambi Malay Tamadun learning course in the Indonesian Language and Literature Education study program in Jambi province. The research method uses mixed methods concurrent embedded design. Data were collected through interviews, observation, and documentation techniques for qualitative data, while quantitative data used an essay test. Based on the research results, PBSI lecturers have carried out: (1) analysis of outcomes-based curriculum (OBC), outcomes-based learning and teaching (OBLT), and outcome-based assessment and evaluation (OBAE), (2) analysis of CPL, (3) analysis of CPKM, (4) Sub-CPMK analysis, (5) reviewing study materials or materials, (6) implementing learning with the SCL approach, PjBL method, Case Method, contextual, and (7) assessing student learning outcomes in the form of creative souvenir product portfolios Jambi Malay traditional crafts.</p> Rustam Rustam, Priyanto Priyanto Copyright (c) 2022 Rustam Rustam, Priyanto Priyanto https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/284 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Struktur Isi Argumen dalam Teks Argumentasi Siswa Tahap Operasi Formal https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/318 <p><em><span data-preserver-spaces="true">Text is the embodiment of one's ideas in written language that can be read and understood by the reading community. Argumentation is basically an embodiment of discourse. This study was conducted to determine the structure of the argument content in the students' argumentative essays in the formal operation stage by describing the research findings. The approach used in this study is a qualitative approach with the Miles and Huberman analysis model. The data of this research is in the form of a fragment of the student's argumentative text. This data was obtained from students' assignments to write arguments their teachers had given. In collecting data, the method used is the method of listening. The techniques used are free listening and conversation, documentation, and note-taking. The data analysis of this research uses the communication content analysis model. Based on the analysis results, it was found that the structure of the argument content of the students in the formal operation stage consisted of four structures. The four content structures are (1) deductive complex content structure, (2) inductive complex content structure, (3) deductive simple content structure, and (4) deductive complex simple content structure.</span></em></p> Ulfah Mey Lida Copyright (c) 2022 Ulfah Mey Lida https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/318 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Penggunaan Metode Guide Note Taking Berbantu Media Video dalam Pembelajaran Muatan Bahasa Indonesia di Sekolah Dasar pada Masa Pandemi Covid-19 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/348 <p>This research aims to know the video-assisted note-taking guide method to improve the listening skills of elementary school 1st graders during the covid-19 pandemic. This study is a class action study. Teachers and elementary school 1st graders were the data sources for the study. The data collection techniques used are observations, interviews, and tests. The research procedures in each cycle are (1) action planning, (2) implementation of actions, (3) observations, (4) reflections. To analyze data using qualitative descriptive techniques and comparative descriptive. Based on the research that has been carried out, the research results can be known; namely, the improvement of listening skills of elementary school 1st-grade students after implementing the guide note-taking method assisted video. It is known that before being given the action, there are still many students who completed by 20%. After being given the action in cycle 1, students' grades increased by 75%. In this second cycle, all students have received complete grades.</p> Cerianing Putri Pratiwi Copyright (c) 2022 Cerianing Putri Pratiwi https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/348 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Kekerabatan Bahasa Kerinci, Melayu Jambi, dan Minangkabau https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/404 <p>This research investigates the genetic relationship between Kerinci, Jambi Malay, and Minangkabau languages by looking at the proportion of genetic relationship, separation time, and sound changes in those three languages. The theory used in this research is Keraf's (1996) theory and Crowley &amp; Bowern's (2010) theory. Listening and speaking methods with recording and note-taking techniques were used to provide the data. The data were analysed using grouping methods with lexicostatistics and glottochronology techniques. The results of the analysis are presented using formal and informal methods. This study shows that the three languages are related and come from the same protolanguage. Kerinci and Jambi Malay language are related by 85.5%, Kerinci and Minangkabau language are related by 81%, and Jambi Malay and Minangkabau language are related by 77.5%. Kerinci and Jambi Malay were a single language in 1583—1715 AD, Kerinci and Minangkabau were a single language in 1445—1599 AD, and Jambi and Minangkabau Malay were a single language in 1330—1506 AD. Based on qualitative evidence in the form of sound changes, it can be concluded that Kerinci-Jambi Malay and Kerinci-Minangkabau are at the language level, while Jambi-Minangkabau Malay is at the family level.</p> Monita Sholeha, Hendrokumoro Hendrokumoro Copyright (c) 2022 Monita Sholeha, Hendrokumoro Hendrokumoro https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/404 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Pengembangan Media Pembelajaran Teka-Teki Silang Sastra Melayu Klasik Berbasis Android https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/322 <p>This study aims to develop learning media for Indonesian-Malay literary crosswords classical based on android. The android-based crossword puzzle learning media developed with the help of the Proprofs application will be tested on odd semester students taking the History of Literature course, Indonesian Language Education Study Program, FKIP, Bengkulu University. The development of learning media in this study used the Research and Development (R&amp;D) method, where researchers collected research data using a questionnaire based on the Likert scale. This study has three questionnaires: a material expert questionnaire, a media expert questionnaire, and a user response questionnaire of 34 students. As a result, the total score obtained from the combined validation of material experts, media, and users was 139.5, or an average score of 4.1. These results indicate that the learning media of classical Indonesian-Malay literary crosswords that the researcher developed is appropriate for learning activities in the History of Literature course.</p> Fina Hiasa, Fitra Youpika, Nafri Yanti Copyright (c) 2022 Fina Hiasa, Fitra Youpika, Nafri Yanti https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/322 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Penyimpangan Ortografi Bahasa Jawa pada Media Sosial Instagram https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/341 <p>Language deviations can seriously impact language rules and norms. Language deviations in non-formal texts can impact the production of formal texts. This study attempts to examine the orthographic deviations of the Javanese language in non-formal texts taken through Instagram. This study aims to describe the forms of orthographic deviations on social media. The data of this research are in the form of deviations at the orthographic levels obtained from the data source, namely Instagram through the @dagelan_jowo account. Documentation techniques collected the data. The data obtained were analysed descriptively qualitatively. The results showed that orthographic deviations consisted of phonological spelling errors, errors in capital letters, foreign languages, punctuation marks, and errors in the use of numbers. Based on these findings, it can be concluded that there are still negative attitudes found by Javanese speakers towards their language, as evidenced by the many deviations of Javanese language in both formal and non-formal texts.</p> Sabbihisma Debby Satiti, Hendrokumoro Hendrokumoro Copyright (c) 2022 Sabbihisma Debby Satiti, Hendrokumoro Hendrokumoro https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/341 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Istilah yang Digunakan Gubernur Sumatera Barat dalam Mengatasi Penyebaran Covid-19 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/320 <p>This research aims to (1) describe, (2) explain the impact, and (3) recommend terms used by the Governor of West Sumatra in dealing with the spread of Covid-19. This research was conducted by listening and noting terms in words, phrases, and sentences used by the Governor of West Sumatra, then analysing the term and presenting research results in explanatory sentences. The results showed that (1) the terms used by the Governor of West Sumatra consisted of three forms, namely words, phrases, and abbreviations; (2) the use of the term has an impact on the social, psychological, economic, and cultural conditions of the Minangkabau community; and (3) determine the number of appropriate terms in dealing with Covid-19.</p> Ria Febrina, Sri Wahyuni Copyright (c) 2022 Ria Febrina, Sri Wahyuni https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/320 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Nilai Karakter Nasionalis dan Gotong Royong dalam Novel Guru Aini Karya Andrea Hirata https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/359 <p>This article describes nationalist character value and mutual cooperation character value in the novel “Guru Aini” by Andrea Hirata. The approach of this study is qualitative descriptive. The data in this study are words, phrases, and sentences that contain nationalist character value and mutual cooperation character value in the novel “Guru Aini” by Andrea Hirata. The data source of this study is the novel “Guru Aini” by Andrea Hirata. The data collected in this study used the documentation method, observation, and note-taking technique. The data analysis in this study used the referential equivalent method. This study showed three nationalist character values and five mutual cooperation character values in the novel “Guru Aini” by Andrea Hirata. The three nationalist character values, namely the character of self-sacrifice, the character of excellence and achievement, and the character of discipline. The five mutual cooperation character values were found, namely the character of respect, the character of help, the character of empathy, the character of anti-discrimination, and the character of volunteerism. The dominant character value in the novel is the character of volunteerism.</p> Lathifah Nurul Hidayah, Nafron Hasjim, Ali Imron Al-Ma’ruf Copyright (c) 2022 Lathifah Nurul Hidayah, Nafron Hasjim, Ali Imron Al-Ma’ruf https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/359 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Gambaran Biologi Perempuan dalam Kumpulan Puisi Catatan-Catatan dari Bulan Karya Rieke Saraswati https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/422 <p>This study aims to describe the biological aspects of women contained in the poetry collection of "Catatan-Catatan dari Bulan" by Rieke Saraswati. This study uses a qualitative approach with a gynocritic approach that produces descriptive data in the form of written words. The author uses this biological aspect in his poetry to convey the mindset of resistance, dissatisfaction, and suppression experienced by women in society regardless of age. Based on the data analysis, 34 data about the biological aspects of women were found in the poetry collection of "Catatan-Catatan dari Bulan" by Rieke Saraswati. The biological aspects found in Rieke Saraswati's poetry collection of "Catatan-Catatan dari Bulan" using a gynocritic approach include four aspects, namely (1) female self-identity, which includes puberty, menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding; (2) women's sexual expression, in this aspect the author breaks the tradition in Indonesia which considers women's sexuality to be something that must be strictly controlled; (3) resistance to patriarchy, the author voices protest and opposition in response to things that befell women; and (4) the issue of gender inequality, this aspect is found chiefly in the poetry collection of "Catatan-Catatan dari Bulan", the author voices the injustices that women often experience. The aspect of celebrating women's biology is not found in Rieke Saraswati's poetry collection of "Catatan-Catatan dari Bulan". In this collection of poems, the author reveals the deprivation of women's rights in society.</p> Armalina Armalina, Yenni Hayati Copyright (c) 2022 Armalina Armalina, Yenni Hayati https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/422 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Kata Bahasa Indonesia Penanda Register Twitter: Suatu Kajian Morfologi https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/411 <p><em>This study was conducted to describe the formation and meaning of Indonesian words as Indonesian Twitter's tweet&nbsp; register markers. This research is a qualitative descriptive study with data collection methods using listen and note method. The referential equivalent method and the content analysis method with the presentation of the results of data analysis carried out using formal and informal methods are two methods used in data analysis. The data source is Twitter user comments in the six tweets of the @areajulid account with the most comments in 2021. The results show that there are five ways of forming Indonesian words as Twitter registers, namely the process of (1) affixation, including the words "mengjamet", "mengkesal", and "membagongkan"; (2) abbreviations include the words "mjb", "pen", "jamet", "lontang", "sat", "dahlah", and "monmaap"; (3) anagrams include the words "kane", "isilop", and "ngab"; (4) hybrids include the words "kenawhy", "akhlakn't", and "jujurly"; and (5) changes in the form of syllables in basic words including the words "anjir", "anjrit", "santuy", "gemoy", and "cangtip". The purposes of using the Indonesian word Twitter register marker are (1) to express feelings; (2) to make fun of; (3) to greet; and (4) to misspelt words.</em></p> Rima Rismaya, Wahya Wahya, Fahmy Lukman Copyright (c) 2022 Rima Rismaya, Wahya, Fahmy Lukman https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/411 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Pengembangan Pembelajaran Berpikir Kritis-Kreatif Berbasis Blended Learning di SMA https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/414 <p><em>This study aims to develop a creative and critical learning model in which its effectiveness is tested in Bahasa Indonesia classes at the senior high school level. This study employed the Four D Thiagarajan method. The first stage is defined and completed by theoretical and empirical analysis. The theoretical analysis comprises the analysis of the related literature and previous studies. Meanwhile, the empirical analysis is done by analysing the problems, students’ characteristics, assignments, concepts, and the formulation of learning objectives. The second stage designs in which the learning model prototype is planned. The third stage is development, which includes developing and testing the prototype. The fourth stage is dissemination, in which the product is distributed. The final product is the syntax of the Bahasa Indonesia lesson in the senior high school level, which comprises 5M, namely ‘menstimulasi’ (to stimulate), ‘mengeksplorasi’ (to explore), ‘memberi respons’ (to give response), ‘memproduksi’ (to create), and ‘merefleksi’ (to reflect). Based on the testing, it is revealed that there is an increase in students’ scores of around 7.7 on a scale of 100. Therefore, it can be concluded that the creative and critical 5M learning is effective for implementation in Bahasa Indonesia classes at the senior high school level.</em></p> A. H. Rofi'uddin, Gatut Susanto, Didin Widyartono, Sultan Sultan, Helmi Muzakki Copyright (c) 2022 A. H. Rofi'uddin, Gatut Susanto, Didin Widyartono, Sultan, Helmi Muzakki https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 https://diglosiaunmul.com/index.php/diglosia/article/view/414 Sun, 01 May 2022 00:00:00 +0000