THE REPRESENTATIONS OF CULTURAL CONTENTS IN ENGLISH FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEXTBOOKS

Magister Scientiae

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Title THE REPRESENTATIONS OF CULTURAL CONTENTS IN ENGLISH FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEXTBOOKS
 
Creator Elshadelin, Gisela
Yumarnamto, Mateus
 
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Description This study seeks to know the representation of the cultural contents in English textbooks. It wants to see the source and the aspects of the cultural contents. The theories in the study are from Matsuda (2012) regarding the source of cultural contents and Yuen (2011) about cultural aspects. The books are the English textbooks for grade 12, which are published by Government and Cambridge. Qualitative content analysis is used to analyze the data, which are the reading text, both text and visual. The results of the study show that the Global Culture in Government’s textbook consists of product, practice, perspective. However, the Future Interlocutor’s and Local Culture are depicted through product, practice, perspective, and person. Moreover, the Cambridge textbook of the Local Culture only has the product, perspective, and person.
 
Publisher Widya Mandala Catholic University
 
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Date 2020-10-31
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://journal.wima.ac.id/index.php/Magister_Scientiae/article/view/2801
10.33508/mgs.v2i48.2801
 
Source Magister Scientiae; No 48 (2020); 88-102
2622-7959
0852-078X
10.33508/mgs.v2i48
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://journal.wima.ac.id/index.php/Magister_Scientiae/article/view/2801/2442
 
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