Proceedings of the International Seminar on Recent Language, Literature, and Local Cultural Studies (BASA 2018)

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Muara Jambi – from Sloka To Seloko

Elizabeth D. Inandiak
The language of Muara Jambi village has already established itself in the international world of archeology with a word grown on its own land: menapo. This is how the villagers refer to the mysterious temple complexes surrounded by walls and canals, many of which are still piles of ruins and earth mounds...

Sĕrat Darmasarana as The Reception of Ādiparwa, Mosalaparwa and Prasthānikaparwa

Anung Tedjowirawan
Sĕrat Pustakaraja is tops poet R. Ng. Ranggawarsita of Keraton Surakarta XIX Century AD. Said "Pustakaraja" for being the book guidelines for a king, or even be interpreted as "The King of Books", as it became the leading book as well as being the leading of story book Javanese. Sĕrat Pustakaraja is...

Indonesian Diversity reflected in Batik Motifs Worn by Asian Games’ Mascots

Erna Wardani, Ika Maratus Sholikhah, Dyah Raina Purwaningsih
This paper focuses in exploring batik motifs worn by Asian Games mascots: Bhin-bhin, Atung and Kaka that wear three kinds of Indonesian batik: Papua batik, batik tumpal, and Palembang batik. Batik is traditional cloth originated from Indonesia. Formerly, elder people used to wear batik only in special...

Mendu Traditional Theater as a Treasure of the Local Wisdom of West Kalimantan

Gunta Wirawan, Herman J. Waluyo, Sarwiji Suwandi, Sahid Teguh Widodo
West Kalimantan has a lot of hidden local wisdom, one of which is the traditional Mendu theater. Mendu's strength lies in his dialogues as a medium for delivering messages that are always accompanied by moral advice and education. The storyline brings evil and kindness, with a good story that is always...

Local wisdom of Balinese Agricultural Rituals

Ni Wayan Sartini
Balinese society is the society that still holds fast to religious traditions related to agriculture. It is depicted by the various rituals conducted in the agricultural activities. This study attempts to reveal the local wisdom in the agricultural rituals conducted by Balinese farmer community. The...

Local Wisdom of Fisherman in Language and Livelihood Tradition in South Coastal of Kebumen Central Java Indonesia. (Study of Etnolinguistik)

Wakit Abdullah, Edi Subroto, Inyo Yos Fernandez
The purpose of this study is to describe local wisdom of fishermen in language and livelihoods traditions of south coastal in Kebumen examined by etnolinguistic. This study is descriptive qualitative and exploratory, etnosains based approach. Research data collection techniques are in-depth interviews...

Project-based Learning Model to Increase the Writing Skill Toward German Language

Dian Permatasari Kusuma Dayu
Foreign language is a language that is not used by people in a country in their daily lives, so that it becomes a second language besides the national language of the country, and becomes a communication tool and integrates with the outside world. At this time foreign language learning really needs to...

The Polemic of Kendari Beach Reclamation on Online Media (Critical Discourse Analysis)

Fahmi Gunawan, Sumarlam Sumarlam
This research aims to analyse the polemic of kendari coastal revitalisation in view of the critical discourse analysis. This research is done to reveal the practical discourse and social practices and the conflicts that rise between the authorities and parties being controlled. This research used critical...

Javanese Language in the North Tondano Sub-district: Phonological Study

Imam Baehaqie
This study was aimed to identify phonological aspects of Javanese-Tondano language (Jaton), namely Javanese language which is possessed by people in Javanese village, Minahasa, North Sulawesi. The data was collected through observing method with simak libat cakap (observing while participating and involving...

Digging and Preserving the National Cultural Heritage through Handling of the Ancient Javanese Manuscript at Sebelas Maret University

Prasetyo Adi Wisnu Wibowo
The institutions located in the central and regional levels, the government and the private sector try to take a role in script handling activities. This shows that the script is seen as meaningful and important. Sebelas Maret University of Surakarta with the slogan Mangesthi Luhur Ambangun Nagara has...

The Insinuation Againts Power through A Song “2019 Ganti Presiden” (A Critical Discourse Analysis)

Rona Merita, Sumarlam Sumarlam
This paper aims to describe the result analysis of song lyrics created by Johny Sang Alang entitled “2019 Ganti Presiden” by using Norman Fairclough’s critical discourse analysis approach as major theory. This song creates and appears when the political situation heats up. In 2019, Indonesia will have...

Critical Discourse Analysis of Online Media News about The Potential of Conflict of Presidential Election 2019

Sakut Anshori, Sumarlam Sumarlam
This paper aims to describe the results analysis of ten texts report on the Potential of Conflict of Presidential Election 2019 by using critical discourse analysis approach of Norman Fairclough. The study includes text analysis (description), discourse practice (interpretation), and social practice...

Ecocriticism: Javanese Cosmology and Ecoethic in Tetralogy Romance by Ki Padmasusastra

Onok Yayang Pamungkas, Sahid Teguh Widodo, Suyitno Suyitno, Suwardi Endraswara
This study discusses the vision of Javanese cosmology and ecoethic awareness (environmental ethics) in the romance Tetralogy by Ki Padmasusastra. The research analysis will focus on the concept of Javanese cosmology and ecoethic awareness as one component of Ecocriticism which investigates relations...

Dutch Authority In “528 Buol Kingdom Contract Letter”

Ratrie Ayuning Wulandari, Dewaki Kramadibrata
This paper discusses about “528 Buol Kingdom Contract Letter” (SKKB528), a colonial archive manuscript collection that is stored in the National Archive of the Republic of Indonesia. The manuscript contains rules that dominated the Dutch government’s political authority in the Buol kingdom. The texts...

Multiliteracy as The Dysphemism Handling Power of Elementary School Students

Sugeng Riyanto, Sumarlam Sumarlam, Allen Rufaida Purianingtyas
Nowadays, the existence of communication and information systems can not be separated from elementary school students’ activities. In the other side, those components can not guarantee to improve students’ reading motivation. According to the data of PIRLS 2011 (Progress in International Reading Literacy...

Cross-Cultural Communication in Lombok Society's Writing Tradition: Babad Lombok Manuscript

Suryo Ediyono, Tri Yanti Nurul Hidayati, Muhammad Ridwan
this study is basically a library research or more precisely literature studies. This study contains observations of Lombok texts found in the field, then explained through various related literature. Thus, this study uses a qualitative approach by observing and examining Lombok ancient manuscripts found...

Wayang Deconstruction in Recent Indonesian Novels

Tjahjono Widijanto, Herman J. Waluyo, Suyitno Suyitno, Suminto A. Sayuti
This study aims to discuss and describe wayang decontruction in recent Indonesian novels. The subject of the research is the latest Indonesian novel with a research sample of the novel Kitab Omong Kosong, Drupadi, Wisanggeni Sang Buronan, by Seno Gumira Ajidarma and War by Putu Wijaya. This research...

Women’s Awareness in Preserving Nature in Novel Entitled Burung-burung Manyar by Y.B Mangunwijaya (Ecofeminist Study)

Sumartini Sumartini
This study was aimed to reveal women’s awareness in preserving nature that is written in the novel entitled Burung-burung Manyar (The Waver Birds). In this study, the researcher applied qualitative descriptive method. The theory used to identify this work is ecofeminism, which assumes that there is a...

The Study of Lingual Markers and Meanings in Serat Pikukuh

Yohanes Suwanto, Dyah Padmaningsih, Endang Tri Winarni
The research entitled: Study of Lingual Markers and Meanings in Serat Pikukuh. This research aims to describe the lingual markers and intentions in Serat Pikukuh as inheritance from the previous generation (the Kingdom of Surakarta and Pura Mangkunegaran) for the present generation who hardly know the...

Local Wisdom in The Babad Demak

Waridi Hendro Saputro
Local wisdom in the manuscriptsof Babad Demak has distinctive characteristics. Culture from Demak Regency can be seen from the contents of Babad Demak, so to see it, needed to identify the script descriptively. This identification can show the characteristics of Demak's local wisdom. This research is...

A Critical Discourse Analysis of Gender Discrimination on Ratih Kumala’s Gadis Kretek Novel

Diana Hardiyanti, Yunita Nugraheni, Sumarlam Sumarlam
This paper presents the text analysis on gender discrimination toward the role of woman in Ratih Kumala’s Gadis Kretek Novel. The novel was published in 2012. It tells about the history of cigarette industry in Indonesia. The Javanese culture on the novel reflects the patriarchal system in life of Javanese....

Palangka Raya the Capital City of Indonesia: Critical Discourse Analysis on News about Moving the Capital City from Jakarta

Dwiani Septiana, Sumarlam Sumarlam
Palangka Raya was planned as the capital city of Indonesia long time ago by the first president of Indonesia, Soekarno. Since Jokowi became the President, he brings back again the issue about moving the capital city of Indonesia from Jakarta. He hasn’t mentioned any specific place as the new capital...

The Local Wisdom in Javanese Traditional Games (Ethnolinguistic Study)

Dyah Padmaningsih, Yohanes Suwanto, Sujono
This research describes improvements in Javanese language and culture that relate to the meaning and meaning of culture in traditional Javanese games. Research data is in the form of lingual unit data related to language and culture. This type of research is descriptive qualitative, which describes the...

The Relationship between Language and Culture: a Sociolinguistic Perspective

Widhiya Ninsiana
this study seeks to understand and describe the relationship between language and culture in a sociolinguistic perspective. Bearing in mind that this study is an exploration based-perspective, the framework is underlied by several factors, beyond the language itself. This has something to do with society....

The Condition of Modern Indonesian Literature Text Books

Ahmad Bahtiar, Herman J. Waluyo, Sarwiji Suwandi, Budhi Setiawan
One study of Indonesian literature in various universities in Indonesia is the history of Modern Indonesian literature. Many written books on Indonesian literature are then used as lecture references for the literature study. For good learning, the need for a good textbook. For this reason, this researcher...

Documenting Sundanese Literature by the Presentation of Its Folklores Written in Three Languages

Erlina Zulkifli Mahmud, Taufik Ampera, Inu Isnaeni Sidiq
Sundanese literature as other regional literatures all over Indonesia faces the same situation and problem regarding its existence. There have been some efforts made to preserve this local culture either through collaborative researches, national and international publications, or documentation. Faculty...

Sikeureung' Seal in 'Surat-Surat dari Aceh' Manuscript: Shape and Content Analysis

Mustika Ayu Rakhadiyanti
A letter may be used for both personal and public communication media. For public purpose, letter is used for diplomatic communication media of a government or country. Seal is usually contained in official letter as a sign of legitimacy. In classic manuscript, a seal is commonly placed at the top or...

The Concept of Marxism In The Movie “The Young of Karl Marx” Based on The Perspective of Genetic Structuralism

Shofia Amalia Sholihah, Abdul Basid, Fahmi Darusti
This research aims to uncover the concept of Marxism in the movie "The Young of Karl Marx" directed by Raoul Peck that release in 2017, based on perspective of genetic Structuralism of Lucien Goldmann. This research is a descriptive qualitative research, using engineering watch, read and note to collect...

Radical Activities of Sunan Kalijaga in 'Sěrat Walisana'

Wiwien Widyawati Rahayu
This paper tries to explain about the radical actions made by Sunan Kalijaga in an effort to achieve perfection of his life. The Life perfection which is the Other according to Zizek makes it forget that as a subject, he is bound by his position which can not be separated as a subject category of discourse...

Dakwah Values Reviewed from the Structure of Stories in Novel Bulan Terbelah di Langit Amerika by Hanum Salsabiela Rais dan Rangga Almahendra: A Genetic Structuralism Study

Darwin Effendi, Ninuk Lustyantie, Zainal Rafli
This study aims to obtain an in-depth understanding of the values of dakwah in the novels of Bulan Terbelah di Langit Amerika by Hanum Salsabiela Rais and Rangga Almahendra in terms of story structure. This qualitative research uses content analysis methods with genetic structural approaches. Data collection...

Javanese-Arabic Cultural Acculturation in Kethoprak Mesiran Performing Arts

Djoko Sulaksono, Bagus Wahyu Setyawan, Kundharu Saddhono
This research aim to describe acculturation Islamic-Javanese on ketoprak performing. Acculturation both Javanese in kethoprak performing can find on Kethoprak Mesiran style. Kethoprak Mesiran also usually called by name Ketoprak Bagdad, Ketoprak Stambul, and Ketoprak Mesiran, it because the story in...

The Analysis of Performance Sub-Publishing of University in Central Java as the Development of Teaching Material in Editing Course

Santi Pratiwi Tri Utami, Nurlaili Irias Putri
Editing course aims to create educated workforce as editors who are a creative worker of publishing industry. There is an opportunity in the open creative industry and the urgency of providing human resources as a creative worker is a challenge. Internally, there must be strengthening effort from the...

Writing about Film Adaptation: Film Adaptation in Indonesian Media Discourse, 1927 - 2011

Christopher A. Woodrich
This article examines how the practice of film adaptation, primarily the adaptation of novels into film, has been discussed in Indonesian media discourse since the first occurrences of the practice. As such, it applies a library research approach to review a range of literature related to adaptation...

What does ‘local language’ mean in the context of Indonesia?

Hywel Coleman
This paper has the modest aim of exploring and problematising the ways in which the terms bahasa daerah and local language are used. It does this at two levels: the societal and the individual. This brief discussion has examined some elements of the terminology employed at the societal and individual...

Critics Towards the Culture of Drinking Beer in "Hanyu Jiaocheng" Textbook Used in Indonesia

Dian Prasetyo Adi
This research is a criticism of the contents of "Hanyu Jiaocheng" the textbook used in learning Mandarin in Indonesia. Along with the rise of Mandarin Fever in the world, also in Indonesia, learning foreign languages including Mandarin is increasingly becoming the top choice for Indonesian people. Since...

The Value of Empathy in Javanese Traditional Games as a Formation of Social Care in Urban Youth Generation

Mahendra Wijaya, Sri Hilmi Pujihartati
The development of communication and information technology is growing rapidly from conventional to internet which can be accessed via Android mobile phones. Gadget tends to be in demand by all groups of people: from children, teenagers, to parents. The use of Android mobile phones is dominated mainly...

Language Morality

Sahid Teguh Widodo
The purpose of this study is to find out the form of morality as a means of communication, both directly and indirectly. The form of this research is descriptive qualitative. Research data was obtained from secondary data sources in the form of data from various reference sources and electronic information...

The Revolution of Regional Language Learning

Sutrisna Wibawa
The disruption era is inevitable even by the education systems and institutions. It is not just a today’s phenomenon, but also tomorrow’s. Universities and schools must prepare themselves and be competitive in entering this era. They have to make fundamental changes by shifting from the status quo they...

Character Building in Kethoprak Performing Arts

Favorita Kurwidaria, Budi Waluyo
Indonesia is a country that has diverse arts and cultures. One of the existing traditional performing arts is kethoprak. Kethoprak still exists despite the development of modern culture. This happens since the people conserve it. Kethoprak as a traditional performing art has a very essential role in...

Violence and Abnormal Sexual Behavior in Titisan Iblis by Abdullah Harahap

Fitria Sis Nariswari, M. Yoesoef
This research examines Titisan Iblis (1989), a novel written by an Indonesian writer Abdullah Harahap, using Sigmund Freud’s concept of das Unheimliche (the uncanny). This research aims to reveal how violence and abnormal sexual behaviors depicted in a literary work can be used as the manifestation of...

Positive Problem Solving Skills in Javanese Fairy Tales for Generation-Z

Krisna Pebryawan, Luwiyanto Luwiyanto
Tales are written literary products whose stories are light and witty. The value of education contained in it has proven to be beneficial to its listeners. One of the benefits is honing children's skills (generation-Z) in problem solving (Positive Problem Solving Skills). In an effort to navigate the...

Tobacco Farming Ritual Among Tebal in Temanggung: From Individual Ritual to Communal Performance as Safeguarding Effort

Susi Ivvaty, Pudentia Pudentia
Most of the tobacco farmers in Temanggung regency of Central Java perform rituals during the farming of tobacco, dry season plants that are planted and harvested once a year. The rituals accompany the process of farming tobacco, starting from nyecel or land preparation in December-January followed by...

The Relevance of Prophetic Perfective of Folklore Based on Values of Characters on Rembang Regency

U'um Qomariyah
Folklore as part of literature plays pivotal role in forming nation’s characters. Likewise, in term of mental formation, the world in folklore is a world built on the dialectics space of the beauty and value. This paper was aimed to reveal the relevance of prophetic perspective of folklore in Rembang....

The Lyrics of the Song Children's Toys are Javanese, Point of View Ecofeminism

Agustina S, Dewi
Children's songs on Javanese society is a local wisdom that is currently eroding because globalization is expanding into all fields. Children's music is an art in the community and is now eroded. Javanese children are not much more familiar with children's play songs. Children prefer to watch animated...

The Representation of Power in the Text News on the Meiliana Case (A Norman Fairclough Critical Discourse Analysis)

Faizal Risdianto, Sumarlam Sumarlam, Noor Malihah
This paper presents the results of news text analysis about The Meiliana Case: How a noise complaint resulted in an 18-month jail sentence by using Norman Fairclough’s critical discourse analysis approach as a major theory. The study includes a description (text analysis), interpretation (discourse practices),...

The Pragmatic Force of 'Parikan'

Kenfitria Diah Wijayanti
Parikan in Javanese society is a form of pasemon. To understand the parikan fully, it is necessary to comprehend the context. A context is considered as an aspect related to the physical and social environments of a speech. Parikan is composed of two constructions of sentences. The first sentence is...

Politeness and Impoliteness in Directives: A Study on the Students-Lecturers Interaction

Suhartono Suhartono, Joko Nurkamto, Sumarlam Sumarlam, Sri Marmanto
Today student-lecturer interaction for supervising and consultancy has been shift from a minimum face-to-face interaction to a maximum distance one. It is due to the fast growth and development of cell-phone technology. Such way of interaction requires the students to keep performing politeness and to...

Media Transfer from Poetry to Comic: A Visualization of Rendra’s Poem “Balada Lelaki-Lelaki Tanah Kapur” to a Comic by Hasmi

Lilawati Kurnia
Two works of Indonesian poet W. S Rendra, namely “Balada Sumilah” and “Balada Lelaki Tanah Kapur” have been rendered into a comic by an Indonesian comic author Hasmi, who is known for his famous work “Gundala, Putra Petir”. Comics originating from poetry are unique and not very often seen in Indonesia....

Punakawan in N. Riantiarno’s Dramas: Revitalization of Local Cultural Values in Modern Theater

M. Yoesoef
In the puppet world there are Punakawan figures (Semar, Petruk, Gareng, and Bagong) who represent commoners, loyal servants, and they become a vehicle for raise people's voices to be of concern to all community circles. Behind the Punakawan figures, the values of wisdom and local wisdom are stored in...

Environmental Issue in Literary Work

Nanny Sri Lestari
This environmental destruction is caused more by human actions. For example, damage to the natural environment, such ascongested flow of river, is caused by irresponsible human actions. Some even damage the environment as an organization, rather than individually. Public concern for environmental damage...