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AN ANALYSIS ON CODE MIXING FOUND IN PAPARAZZI RUBRIC OF COSMO GIRL INDONESIA MAGAZINE

WAHYUNI, RIZKY NUR (2015) AN ANALYSIS ON CODE MIXING FOUND IN PAPARAZZI RUBRIC OF COSMO GIRL INDONESIA MAGAZINE. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

Language is the most effective tool of communication to deliver the information to our society. Language can be divided into two forms. They were oral or spoken and written language. In bilingual and multilingual societies, there were two kinds of code, they were code switching and code mixing. Code mixing occured when conversant used two languages together to the extent that they change from one language to another in the course of single utterance. Cosmo Girl Indonesia is a young girl magazine. One of favorite rubrics in Cosmo Girl Indonesia magazine is paparazzi rubric. The writer of paparazzi rubric of Cosmo Girl Indonesia magazine often used code in writing. The writer mixed his/her written language in paparazzi rubric from Indonesian into English. This study was intended to find out: (1) the forms of code mixing used in paparazzi rubric of Cosmo Girl Indonesia magazine, (2) the kinds of code mixing used in paparazzi rubric of Cosmo Girl Indonesia magazine, and (3) the most dominant forms of code mixing used in paparazzi rubric of Cosmo Girl Indonesia magazine. The descriptive qualitative was the research design of this study. There was one instrument in taking the data, that was document, in this case is Cosmo Girl Indonesia magazine. The data sources were taken from written words, phrases, clauses, sentences in of the articles dealing with code mixing in paparazzi rubric of Cosmo Girl Indonesia magazine on January-March 2014 edition. There were five forms of code mixing used in paparazzi rubric in Cosmo Girl magazine. They were form of word (51%), phrase (33%), clause (2%), idiom (3%), and hybrid (11%). The researcher classified 101 codes mixing were in the form of word, 65 codes mixing were in the form of phrase, 3 codes mixing were in the form of clause, 5 codes mixing were in the form of idiom, and 21 codes mixing were in the form of hybrid. It can be concluded that written language in paparazzi rubric used simple pattern and easy reading formula which were understood by the reader. There was two kind of code mixing found in paparazzi rubric in Cosmo Girl Indonesia magazine, namely situational code mixing and conversational code mixing.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
P Language and Literature > PE English
Divisions: Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > Department of English Language Education
Depositing User: CKO Repository
Date Deposited: 23 Mar 2016 02:52
Last Modified: 23 Mar 2016 02:52
URI : http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/21696

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