ALIH KODE DALAM INTERKASI DI LINGKUNGAN PONDOK PESANTREN ULIL ALBAAB: KAJIAN SOSIOLINGUISTIK

Cendekia: Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pembelajaran

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Title ALIH KODE DALAM INTERKASI DI LINGKUNGAN PONDOK PESANTREN ULIL ALBAAB: KAJIAN SOSIOLINGUISTIK
 
Creator Wahidah, Baiq Yulia Kurnia
Djatmika, Djatmika
Marmanto, Sri
 
Subject interaction
code switching kinds
language variation
 
Description   This research describes the use of code switching into four domains and the code switching form in the Ulil Albab boarding schools Sasak. This study applied qualitative approach and used sociolinguistics as the basis of interpretation. Subject of this study were santri and teachers in the pesantren.  The primary data were observed from the classroom settings and daily activities in the pesantren, when santri and teachers spoke in four languages: Indonesian, English, Arabic, and Sasak language.  Data were analyzed using  theory of code switching and code mixing from Dell Hymes.  The study revealed  that code switching occurred 138 tokens and  conversation appeared at 75%. Code switching was used as to give better comprehension to partnered-speaker.
 
Publisher Center of Language and Culture Studies
 
Date 2019-05-08
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://cendekia.soloclcs.org/index.php/cendekia/article/view/328
10.30957/cendekia.v11i2.328
 
Source Cendekia: Jurnal Pendidikan dan Pembelajaran; Vol. 11 No. 2 (2017): Oktober 2017; 143-158
2407-8557
1978-2098
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://cendekia.soloclcs.org/index.php/cendekia/article/view/328/285
 

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