Low Malay Language as A Stimulant for Bahasa Indonesia Development

International Journal of Cultural and Art Studies (IJCAS)

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Title Low Malay Language as A Stimulant for Bahasa Indonesia Development
 
Creator Novika Stri Wrihatni
Sutami, Hermina
 
Subject conversation
low malay
marginalized
romance short stories
 
Description Bahasa Indonesia, which is the national and official language in Indonesia, is the result of the development of the High Malay Language (High Malay) in Riau. As the language used in the literature published by Balai Pustaka, the High Malay is respected as a language that is higher; than other languages used by the people of the Archipelago in the period before Indonesian independence in 1945. One of the lower languages is Low Malay Language (Low Malay). Some literary works written in this language were printed by printing presses belonging to individuals consisting of indigenous and Chinese groups. The Low Malay style was used in writing romance to make the stories feel more alive. This language of conversation should be counted as one type of language that contributes to the Indonesian language. The range of its uses is vast. However, with the development of politics in Indonesia, the Low Malay is once again marginalized. The language now only lives in conversation, yet it remains alive and developed along with the development of the times and the many influences of foreign languages on Indonesian language.
 
Publisher Talenta Publisher
 
Date 2019-04-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://talenta.usu.ac.id/ijcas/article/view/938
10.1234/ijcas.v2i1.938
 
Source International Journal of Culture and Art Studies; Vol. 2 No. 1 (2019): International Journal of Cultural and Art Studies (IJCAS) ; 38-53
2654-3591
2623-1999
10.32734/ijcas.v1i2
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://talenta.usu.ac.id/ijcas/article/view/938/581
10.1234/ijcas.v1i2.938.g581
 

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