On Language, Education, Politics, and Identity: A Cross-Linguistics Perspective

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Nazarudin Nazarudin (Editor) – Lecturer, Linguistics Department, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
A. T. P. G. van Engelenhoven (Editor) – Lecturer, Institute of Area Studies, Leiden University, Netherlands

Series: Languages and Linguistics

BISAC: LAN009050

To study language and linguistics means to unravel reality with all its aspects. By contextualizing today’s reality in different perspectives, we can gain a bigger picture of language phenomena within its context. The chapters in this edited volume present research findings complementing or even challenging ongoing scholarly discussions in the linguistics and humanity studies. The chapters are divided into three big sections based on the issues being discussed: (1) Language and Identity in the Media, (2) Language Acquisition and Education, and (3) Language and Politics. Besides the obvious urgency to problematize these issues due to the dynamics of language development around the globe, there will always be a need to constantly create new conversations on how language and linguistics interacts with multidiscipline study, such as identity, media, and politics. The wide variety of aspects of language studies that are being analyzed in the chapters are shown through the point of view of non-Western scholars, in this case Indonesian scholars. Therefore, it provides alternative ways of interpreting the data and the text. The issues being discussed might seem universal as depicted in the choices of texts, which come from different countries. However, the specificity of each context contributes to a more complex discussion of cross-linguistics aspects on language studies.

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Introduction
(Nazarudin Nazarudin, Aone van Engelenhoven – Linguistics Department, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Section I: Language and Identity in the Media

Chapter 1. Portrait of Korean Adolescent: Verbal Sign in IU’s Song Lyrics
(Dina Amalia Ikramina, Putu Pramania Adnyana, Nazarudin Nazarudin – Korean Language and Culture Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 2. Imperative Politeness in the Animated Film Series Ṣalahuddin Al-Ayyubi “Al-Baṭal Al-Usṭūrah” (A Pragmatic Analysis)
(Fulaivila Faizatun Naili, Wiwin Triwinarti – Arabic Studies Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 3. Yearning for Korean Independence: Dongju’s Poems in the Japanese Colonial Era
(Mega Eka Putri, Putu Pramania Adnyana, Nazarudin Nazarudin – Korean Language and Culture Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 4. The Indonesian Interjection in Popular Literary Works in the Beginning of the 20th Century and in the Early Years of the 21st Century
(Dimas Zhafran Afdhal, Untung Yuwono – Indonesian Studies Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 5. Understanding the Characteristics of Arabic Store Signboards in Cisarua, Bogor, West Java, Indonesia
(Julian Riswan, Maman Lesmana – Arabic Studies Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 6. Beauty Terms in Youtube Beauty Tutorial Videos: An Analysis of Lexical Semantic Change
(Meuthia Irza Miranda, Dien Rovita – Indonesian Studies Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 7. The Host’s Speech-Act Strategies on the Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2016
(Hardianti Ningsih, F. X. Rahyono – Linguistics Department, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Section II: Language Acquisition and Education

Chapter 8. Move Analysis in “Findings and Discussion” Section of ELT Research Articles: Across Journal Affiliations
(Arif Husein Lubis, Eri Kurniawan – English Language Education Study Program, School of Postgraduate Studies, Indonesia University of Education, Bandung, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 9. Being Multicultural: Representations of Diversity in a Dutch Language Textbook
(Stella Estee Samantha, Fajar Muhammad Nugraha, Achmad Sunjayadi – Dutch Studies, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 10. Seeing Happiness Through Narratives as Written by School-Aged Children
(Fitria Rahma Dewi, Bernadette Kushartanti – Indonesian Studies Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 11. Examining Indonesian School-Aged Children’s Written Narratives on Sad Experiences
(Raina Dellani Johanna, Bernadette Kushartanti – Indonesian Studies Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 12. Vocabulary for The Transportation Domain Among Children Aged 10–11 Years in Indonesia
(Fatimah Azzahrah, Niken Pramanik – Indonesian Studies Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 13. Language Ability in Indonesian Children: Sentence Production
(Frista Nanda Pratiwi, Niken Pramanik – Indonesian Studies Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 14. The Production of Affixes in The Writings of Indonesian Children Aged 10–11 Years
(Ina Triana Dewi, Niken Pramanik, Felicia N. Utorodewo – Indonesian Studies Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 15. The Ability of Indonesian Children Aged 10 to 11 Years to Write Compound, Complex, and Compound-Complex Sentences
(Frista Nanda Pratiwi, Niken Pramanik, Felicia N. Utorodewo – Indonesian Studies Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 16. BIPA Learner’s Strategies for Learning Indonesian Vocabulary in Implicit Learning
(Ilmatus Sa’diyah, Dwi Puspitorini – Linguistics Department, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 17. The Embodiment of the Concept of Fruit, Flowers, and Animals in 5th Grade Primary School Students by Gender
(Eka Puti Bunga Kemala, Niken Pramanik – Indonesian Study Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Section III: Language and Politics

Chapter 18. Language Politics by Japan (1942-1945): Anti-Dutch Sentiments and the Rise of the Indonesian Language
(Fajar M. Nugraha – Department of Area Studies, Faculty of Humanities at Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 19. The Downfall of the Dutch-Language Press in Indonesia 1950-1957
(Alitalita Jeanny, Achmad Sunjayadi – Dutch Studies, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 20. Dutch Language in Education in Post Sovereignty Indonesia: 1949-1950s
(Natasia Nadia, R. Achmad Sunjayadi – Dutch Studies Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 21. The Russian Language Policy: Послы Русского Языка В Мире in Kyrgyzstan
(Athifah Mukminah, Mina Elfira – Russian Study Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 22. Politeness Strategies in Helmut Kohl’s Speech at the Opening of the Brandenburg Gate on December 22, 1989
(Mulia Anggraini, Setiawati Darmojuwono – Linguistics Department, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 23. Use of Politeness in the Qatari Emir’s Speech: Between Conflict and Reconciliation
(Muhammad Fauzi, Abdul Muta’ali – Arabic Studies Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 24. Persuasive Strategies in Michelle Obama’s Speech at the “Hillary for America” Campaign Event in Manchester, New Hampshire
(Riza Annisa Putri, Yasmin Anabel Panjaitan – English Study Program, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, et al.)

Chapter 25. Hedging in Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Political Speech
(Lely Demiyati, Mohammad Umar Muslim, Uti Aryanti – Department of Linguistics, Faculty of Humanities, University of Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

Chapter 26. Construction of Suspect’s Denials in a Child Sexual Abuse Case
(Nurina Azyyati – Department of Linguistics, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia)

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