Novel "Memang Jodoh" Karya Marah Rusli: Kajian Intertekstual

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Title Novel "Memang Jodoh" Karya Marah Rusli: Kajian Intertekstual
 
Creator Kurnia, Nia; FIB Universitas Andalas Padang
Rosa, Silvia; Universitas Andalas Padang
Awwali, Muchlis; Universitas Andalas Padang
 
Subject
Memang Jodoh, intertekstual, Julia Kristeva, text and context
 
Description This paper presents the ideological theme of the text Memang Jodoh. The method used is the method of suprasegmental and intertextual. This method tries to find the intertextual functions that exist in the text. This function is a code that is related to social contexts and history.The results show that social and historical texts found in the text Memang Jodoh has similarities or parallels with social and historical contexts which are mamak, kemenakan, inheritance, marriage, uang jemputan, sumando, rumah gadang and rangkiang, malakok, school during colonial era, colonialism, and military aggressions. The social and historical texts are dominated by Minangkabau culture. This dominance illustrates the exclusivity of culture.
 
Publisher Universitas Andalas
 
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Date 2019-07-25
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://wacanaetnik.fib.unand.ac.id/index.php/wacanaetnik/article/view/78
 
Source Jurnal Elektronik WACANA ETNIK; Vol 7, No 1 (2018): Jurnal Elektronik Wacana Etnik
2302-7142
2089-8746
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://wacanaetnik.fib.unand.ac.id/index.php/wacanaetnik/article/view/78/103
 
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