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A STUDY ON COLLOQUIAL WORDS USED BY DIGITAL NATIVES IN FACEBOOK STATUS UPDATE WRITING

SARI, TRI MELIANA (2013) A STUDY ON COLLOQUIAL WORDS USED BY DIGITAL NATIVES IN FACEBOOK STATUS UPDATE WRITING. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

Colloquial is popular in media only for teenager (youth). For the teenager is more closely and intimate. But, it is difficult to understand for other. The research was based on the fact that the digital native especially the teenagers usually used colloquial words in their daily conversation or writing status update. The objectives of this research were to know the colloquial used by digital native, identify the type, and the most dominant colloquial words. This study used descriptive qualitative research because tha data was non numerical form and the data were collected in the form of words not in the form of number like in experimental. In addition, documentation that is used to find out and analyze the colloquial words in meaning. The object research of this study was the colloquial words that were written by 15 members of facebook that consisted of the digital natives in Indonesia who age 17-25. 15 members of facebook were the writerÂ’s friends in facebook. The writer did the research start on August 2nd up to August 17th 2012. The result of this study showed that there were 84 colloquial words. Those are ganteng, cowok, pakeÂ’, ak, gak, kencan, akuh, gpp, west, coy, y, q, ne, koq, pwanas, ney, peyut, cm, pengen, cantik, naek, bareng, gj, mo, tog, nek, males, ngene, iki, pge, gila, entek, duwek, pisan, hasemm, moga, seneng, laperrr, pedes, gmn, tp, cepet, bosen, tiap, liat, seger, n, taun, da, maksih, curhatku, dateng, cakep, u, hp, smw, gakpapagakpapa, dapet, gue, tajir, duit, met, ea, tmen, nunggu, koq, lemot, ge, rame, capek, ampe, honey, laen, banget, m, baca, baeg, q, km, tuk, gede, tak and usah. It can be based on the theory and they can not be on the theory. There are 55 neutral colloquial, 7 literary colloquial, 3 vulgar colloquial, 7 dialectal colloquial and 6 colloquial words that did not belong to the theory found in writing status update facebook in internet www.facebook.com. It shows that neutral colloquial is the most dominant.

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 (88203)
Depositing User: Mrs Fatimah Azzahra
Date Deposited: 18 Apr 2016 04:17
Last Modified: 18 Apr 2016 04:17
URI : http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/27119

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