Proceedings of the 2nd Annual International Seminar on Transformative Education and Educational Leadership (AISTEEL 2017)

The Use of Javanese Language in Conversation by Sex

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Nia Auliyah
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Nia Auliyah
Available Online October 2017.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/aisteel-17.2017.77How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Javanese, speech level, ngoko 'low' and manners' high
Abstract
This study was conducted to determine the use of Java language in the community. Individuals function as part of a harmonious family or group. Men and women have differences in speech. Culture is also bound in the distinction, in a Javanese society known for its low voice level and the use of a phrase called 'low' and 'high' krama that enable speakers to show distance, familiarity and respect among community members as well as courtesy of the use level of speech in Javanese. Sources of data were taken from the interviews of Javanese tribal, orally. The results of this study are there is no difference between women and men in communicating, that there is only difference of speech, if talking to the elderly use acts of krama speech while in peers use acting speech ngoko. Each level choosen own functions, a few people who have a high status, medium used for pushing the conversation among fellow peers or younger, ngoko to the closest state between the speaker and the speech
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