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AN ANALYSIS OF SLANGS USED IN "BUKAN EMPAT MATA" PROGRAM ON TRANS7 TV CHANNEL BASED ON WORD-FORMATION PROCESSES

SAUBARI, (2011) AN ANALYSIS OF SLANGS USED IN "BUKAN EMPAT MATA" PROGRAM ON TRANS7 TV CHANNEL BASED ON WORD-FORMATION PROCESSES. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

Television has become a part of people’s life. TV influences people who watch it within the information, education, entertainment and language brought by. People tend to imitate the new terms popularized by some programs on TV. The more audiences watching a certain program, the more people are influenced by the languages used in the program. Bukan Empat Mata, winning Panasonic Gobel Award (PGA) for several years (2007-2010), is a popular program reached its fame along with its popular host, Tukul Arwana. In terms of language, the talk-show program exposes many slangs or terms used by the host, co-hosts, as well as guest stars. The study was conducted to analyze slangs found in Bukan Empat Mata based on word-formation processes. The study aimed at: 1) discovering the slangs used in Bukan Empat Mata TV program and their meanings, 2) investigating the word-formation processes those slangs, and 3) determining mostly used word-formation processes. The study was descriptive qualitative. The population was all episodes of Bukan Empat Mata broadcasted from January 13th to 25th, 2011; and the samples were three episodes chosen by sistematic sampling. The instrument was the writer himself as he was the one collecting and analyzing the data. The study found 145 slangs and 7 kind word-formation processes from three selected episodes. Those word-formations were coinage (such as bayem, gaung, akika, cucok, etc), borrowing (kesing, loading, bojo, ngatain, etc), blending (curhat, miras, jadul, etc), clipping (gak, maksa, nempel, abis, idup, etc), acronyms (CLBK, KDRT and PD), derivation (keselip, bocoran, lupita, kesampaian, etc), and multiple processes (such as, bocorin, ketemu, beb, glonggongan, memback-up, etc). Finally, it was borrowing, with 44.1% or 64 of 145 slangs, as the most frequent word-formation process undergone by slangs.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > Department of English Language Education (88203)
Depositing User: Mrs Ruli Alfi
Date Deposited: 30 May 2016 02:16
Last Modified: 30 May 2016 02:16
URI : http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/30956

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