Proceedings of the International Conference on Language Politeness (ICLP 2020)

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Polite Language in Boyolali Folklore

Ira Prihapsari, Andayani, Sarwiji Suwandi
This study aims to describe the politeness of the language contained in the folklore of Boyolali. This research is in the form of descriptive qualitative with the type of content analysis. The data in this study are in the form of language politeness in the folklore of Boyolali. Through this research,...
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Ecological Politeness on Sedekah Bumi Ceremony in Merapi Mountainside

Sri Hastuti, St. Y. Slamet, Sumarwati, Ani Rakhmawati
Sedekah bumi (earth’s alms) is one of the ceremonies routinely conducted by the Javanese society. It aims to express gratitude and be used as a means to maintain the balance of nature surrounding the Merapi mountainside. This ceremony is usually conducted in the night of One Suro or known as the labuhan...
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Maintaining Politeness in Film Tilik: A Study of Social Distance and Power Relations on Javanese Women

Fenty Kusumastuti, Muhammad Taufiq al Makmun, Karunia Purna Kusciati
The paper aims to identify the Javanese cultural concept, especially from how the women preserve their politeness strategies in the short film, Tilik, produced by the Racavana Films in 2018. To accomplish the goals, this research applied a descriptive qualitative method that involves attention to document...
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Language Politeness Issue:

Song Lyrics and Expression of the Drag on the Cabaret Show in Yogyakarta

Langen Bronto Sutrisno, Sahid Teguh Widodo, Bani Sudardi, Warto
Drag performance in the cabaret show in Yogyakarta is a modern Indonesian performance which prioritizing cross gender roles. The characteristics of male actors with female attribute, causing negative public responses, where they were expected to behave in accordance of their sex. The expression of the...
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Cultural Politeness: Developing a Multiple Perspectives Paradigm in Marketing Communication

Bahtiar Mohamad, Sahid Teguh Widodo, Ghadah Alarifi, Muslim Akanmu Diekola, Ahmed Rageh Ismail
This study aims to explore the roles of cultural politeness, a concept integrating intellect and moral values to shape the marketing communication behaviour and ethics from multiple cultural perspectives. This conceptual paper investigating how contemporary marketing communication practices are affected...
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Profile of Sport Coaching Achievements in Sport-Specific Class

Bayu Ady Kurniawan, Sugiyanto, Tri Aprilijanto Utomo
Sports achievements can be obtained with proper coaching management from an early age. This study aimed to describe the management of sports coaching achievement in the Sport-Specific Class at SMP Negeri 1 Surakarta. This research method employed a basic interpretative qualitative study. Data collection...
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Millennials’ Communication Style and Politeness Through Their Memes Using Multimodality Analytical Lens

Diah Kristina, Taufik Al Makmun, Sri Kusumo Habsari, Muhammad Thoyibi
Memes have been an important growing means of communication among millennials. They were used widely due to its ‘fluid’ nature and expressiveness. This study is a combined analysis of content and receptive aspects of memes. Employing 50 memes collected from twitter and 25 University students as respondents...
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Implications of Metacognitive Knowledge in Indonesian Learning Teaching Materials for Foreign Speakers

Akbar Bagus Wicaksono, Sarwiji Suwandi, Andayani, Mipa Tiyasmala
This research is expected to be able to reveal the contribution of the metacognitive aspects contained in a teaching material so that it can raise the metacognitive abilities of foreign students in achieving success in learning Indonesian. Metacognition which is commonly known as life, mental activity...
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Metaphor as a Strategy of Language Politeness: A Study of the Novel Tetralogy by Ki Padmasusastra

Onok Yayang Pamungkas, Sahid Teguh Widodo, Suyitno, Suwardi Endraswara
This research attempts to explain Tetralogy Novel by Ki Padmasusastra (in the future referred to as NTKP) from politeness. This study used qualitative research methods—the data source for the novels by Ki Padmasusastra. Triangulation is used to analyze data. The data analysis technique used a content...
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Philosophical Teachings of Javanese Culture in Lakon Ludruk: Cosmological Perspective

Suprapto, Sahid Teguh Widodo, Sarwiji Suwandi, Nugraheni Eko Wardani
This study discusses the philosophical teachings of Javanese cultural wisdom with Javanese cosmology studies. The source of data is the ludruk drama on Lakon Kebo Kicak dan Babat Alas Angker. This is descriptive qualitative research by doing data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and data...
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Brand Orientation Culture During COVID-19 Crisis: A Survival Strategy

Ahmed Rageh Ismail, Bahtiar Mohamad, Suyatno
The aim of this conceptual paper is to examine the culture of brand orientation and its impact on brand performance during COVID-19 pandemic. This paper addresses the research gap in corporate culture and branding literature regarding the roles of brand orientations, internal branding and brand performance....
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Language Politeness for the Knowledge-Based Society 5.0

Sahid Teguh Widodo
Globalization changes the face and posture of culture and influences the language sovereignty of each country that puts forward individualistic values in its new form. The handling of language and culture as the front line and identifiers of a large national cultural framework is recognized to be less...
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The Study of Education Based on Multicultural Understanding of New Normal Era Generations:

The Learning Process of Writing Scientific Works in Indonesian Language Course

Sujiono, Andayani, Budhi Setiawan, Nugraheni Eko Wardani
This article is based on the importance of learning based on multicultural understanding in the learning process of writing scientific works for students. The purpose of the research is to study the values of multicultural education and linguistic politeness in the learning process of writing scientific...
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The Function of Millennial Pendhapa Joglo in New Normal Era

Tri Prasetyo Utomo, Bani Sudardi, Nanang Rizali Sardjono, Wakit Abdullah
In The Traditional Javanese architecture, pendhapa often called front home and serves as a living room or public space. The discussion of pendhapa in this paper is more emphasis on function in the new normal era. Function of pendhapa have a characteristic. Pendhapa in this paper is traditional Javanese...
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A Snapshot of Error Buzzwords on Facebook Trading Groups

Antonius Setyawan Sugeng Nur Agung, Monika Widyastuti Surtikanti, Masfa Maiza
The 4.0 growing Industry pushes trading and marketing into the digital market. Facebook allows everyone to stay connected virtually. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Facebook has become a popular digital market. The use of English dictions is booming in marketing promotion as and it is widely used by millennial...
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Language Politeness in Syair Nasihat as a Representation of Sufi Da’wah Strategies

Asep Yudha Wirajaya, Bani Sudardi, Istadiyantha, Warto
The wujudiyah tragedy in Aceh in the 18th century had resulted in fundamental changes in Sufi teaching patterns. The murshids were very careful in rewriting the concepts of divinity. It is not uncommon for murshids to use symbolic poetry as a form of their politeness in representing God. In other words,...
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Implementation of Speaking Competency Assessment During the New Normal in Higher Education

Laila Fitri Nur Hidayah, Sarwiji Suwandi, Sumarwati, Budhi Setiawan
Covid-19 pandemic affects almost every aspect of life. One of them is on lecturers and students, especially in the Indonesian language course. The students’ low scores in speaking skills raise concern. Many students have difficulty expressing themselves in spoken language. New normal results in the modification...
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Panatacara Text of Sanggar Pasinaon Pambiwara Keraton Surakarta as a Nation Character Builder in Language Politeness

Sidhiq Hidayatulloh, Sahid Teguh Widodo, Kundharu Saddhono
Panatacara text functions as a means for a presenter to coordinate an event so that the event runs following the order. The text uses Krama Inggil which has the highest level of politeness. Panatacara text has been learnt from generation to generation through the Sanggar Pasinaon Pambiwara Keraton Surakarta....
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The Politeness Value of the Characters Srikandi and Dewi Kunti in the Mahabarata Epic by Rajagopalachari

Ulfa Tursina, Sahid Teguh Widodo, Sidhiq Hidayatulloh
This research describes the form of politeness and character of the characters Srikandi and Dewi Kunti in the epic Mahabarata Rajagopalachari. Srikandi is a brave puppet character, while Dewi Kunti is a wise mother puppet character. Srikandi and Dewi Kunti are female characters in wayang who have the...
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Politeness Strategy and Pragmatic Competence of Javanese Traditional Song in Serat Tripama

Aris Wuryantoro
This study is intended to analyze the politeness strategy and pragmatic competence of Javanese traditional song Dhandanggula in Serat Tripama. Serat Tripama is one of books of KGPAA Mangkunegara IV. Serat Tripama tells about the role model of Bambang Sumantri, Kumbakarna, and Suryaputra. Bambang Sumantri...
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Cross-Cultural Models in International Advertising and Consumer Behavior Research

Syed Hassan Raza, Bahtiar Mohamad, Diah Kristina
Past advertising and marketing research has employed two distinct approaches to understanding consumer behavior. Some studies have used the informational social influence approach by operationalizing the consumer behavior outcome domain as a psychological phenomenon wherein individuals are intended to...
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The Digital Preservation and Communication of Traditional Chinese Tea Culture and Arts: A Case Study of China’s National Tea Museum

Muhammad Yousaf, Li Yi, Sahid Teguh Widodo
Digital platforms play a significant role in the preservation and communication of digital culture and arts in the contemporary digital age. The China National Tea Museum is using digital platforms actively and effectively to generate user-friendly content and communicate it to the diversified and geographically...
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Revitalization and Actualization of Politeness in Javanese Disclosures and Attitudes to Builds the Nation Character

Pradnya Paramita Hapsari, Supardjo
The background of this research is a change in values in Javanese society, one of which is caused by the waning understanding of politeness in Javanese expressions and attitudes which contain pedagogical values and are no longer used as a guide in everyday life. The data of this research are politeness...
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The Value of Javanese Culture in Adipati Karna Puppet Character

Suyatno, Basuki Sumartono
Wayang is the most popular product of Javanese culture from the past to this day. In the characters there are many values that are the core of Javanese culture, one of which is the basic value of politeness. The form of research chosen is descriptive qualitative by using a politeness approach to the...
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Successful Life and Politeness Ethic in Darmalaksita Manuscript by Mangkunegara IV

Endang Tri Winarni, Sugit Zulianto
Local wisdom in the old Javanese script generally has the values of moral education as a source of learning and guidelines for achieving goals in various aspects of life. Local wisdom in the Javanese script by Mangkunegara IV, especially the Darmalaksita fiber or often referred to as Darmawasita, is...