LANGUAGE VARIATION INTERBREEDING (MADURA – JAVANESE) IN JEMBER

  • Nafidatul Vindi Riswanto

Abstract

In this study, it is described that there are language variations in mixed marriages (Madura-Javanese) in Jember Regency with sociolinguistic studies. This study examines the variation of mixed married languages (Madura-Javanese) in Jember Regency with different social status, namely high social status and low social status. The theory used in this study is the Fishman theory. This study describes the variations in mixed married languages (Madura-Javanese) in Jember Regency in terms of daily conversations between children and mothers or between children and fathers and between children and mothers and fathers. The method used in this research is a qualitative descriptive method with primary data sources in the form of spoken language, the analysis is used by collecting information with several predetermined criteria then making observations or observations, recording techniques, interviews and note taking techniques. The data obtained were collected, transcribed, and classified based on variations in children's language. Data is presented informally and formally. Research on the variation of mixed married languages (Madura-Javanese) in Jember Regency predominantly uses the Madurese language. In addition, the factors that influence the variation of mixed married languages (Madura-Javanese) in Jember Regency are social factors and situational factors. Social factors and situational factors are social factors (environment, intensity of meeting parents, and social status) and situational factors (linguistic and kinship situations).

Published
2021-12-09
How to Cite
RISWANTO, Nafidatul Vindi. LANGUAGE VARIATION INTERBREEDING (MADURA – JAVANESE) IN JEMBER. Proceeding of Conference on English Language Teaching, Applied Linguistics, and Literature, [S.l.], v. 1, p. 217-230, dec. 2021. Available at: <https://prosiding.iainponorogo.ac.id/index.php/celtall/article/view/573>. Date accessed: 13 july 2024.