Ninit Rahawida P., Ninit (2017) ANALISIS KONTRASTIF KATA MAJEMUK NOMINA BAHASA INDONESIA DAN BAHASA JEPANG インドネシア語と日本語の複合名詞の対照分析. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Diponegoro.



ABSTRACT Pancawati, Ninit Rahwida. 2017. “Contrastive Analysis of Compound Noun in Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian Language) and Japanese Language”. Undergraduate Japanese Literature thesis. University of Diponegoro. Thesis supervisor Lina Rosliana, S.S, M. Hum. This thesis discusses “Contrastive Analysis of compound noun in Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian Language) and Japanese Language”. The reason behind the choose of title by the author is due to the uniquely forming process compositions of Bahasa Indonesia and Japanese Language, and thus urged the author to discover the similarities and the dissimilarities of both languages. Furthermore, the reason behind the compound noun as subject of contrastive pair is not only for the research to be more focused but also because noun composition appears most often in a sentence. The data in this research are attained from written sources, such as; the Naked Traveller Novel, the Hashire Mura no Ko Makeruna Yo novel, Myojo magazine, and internet articles. Whilst the method used in the contrastive analysis is intralingual frontier, the data are analyzed by descriptive method and advanced “Agih” technique methods which are reverse, inset and expand. B1 and B4 have 4 same structures, namely on (N+N), (N +A), (AD + N), (V + N), and (N +V) patterns. Resemblances also found in words meaning, B2 shares same kind of meaning with B1 which is idioms, semi idioms, and non idioms. Difference, was found only in word structure. B1 has one formation structure which B2 doesn’t have which is (A + N), (NA + N), (V + V), (A + V), (NA + V), (AD + V), (AD + A), and (Num + N). Keywords: contrastive, noun composition, Bahasa Indonesia, Japanese Language.

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics > P1-1091 Philology. Linguistics > P101-410 Language. Linguistic theory. Comparative grammar > P301-301.5 Style. Composition. Rhetoric
Divisions:Faculty of Humanities > Department of Japanese
ID Code:51840
Deposited By:Indra
Deposited On:13 Feb 2017 10:25
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