Ismi Sarah, ismi (2017) ANALISIS REFERENSI DEMONSTRATIF KO-SO-A DALAM CERITA RAKYAT USHIWAKAMARU DAN SHOUJOUJI NO TANUKIBAYASHI 『牛若丸』と『証城寺のたぬきばやし』の昔話における、『コ、ソ、ア』の指示代名詞. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Diponegoro.
ABSTRACT Sarah, Ismi. 2017. “Analysis of Demonstrative Pronouns on Folklore Ushiwakamaru and Shoujouji no Tanukibayashi. Study programme Japanese Literature of Humanities Faculty of Diponegoro University. Adviser: Elizabeth Ika Hesti A.N.R, S.Hum., M.Hum. A text or conversation is frequently use designation of a case by using Demonstrative Pronouns. The use of those Demonstrative Pronouns have references to the thing that is designated. The appointment can be in anaphora (refers to the things that come before) or cataphora (refers to the things that come after). Result of the research is found 4 kore, 7 sore, 1 are, 9 kono, 10 sono and 1 ano on the folklore Ushiwakamaru and Shoujouji no Tanukibayashi. Thus, overall data contained on the both folklores is 32 data. The use of demonstrative pronouns ko-so-a is affected by genbashiji (The location or line which is designated outside the text) and bunmyakushiji (reference which refers to the text content or the form of shared knowledge contextually). In the research found 24 data which is bumnyakushiji and 8 data which is genbashiji, 29 data refers to anaphora and 3 data refers to cataphora. The conclusion of the research is most of demonstrative pronouns on both folklores refers to anaphora, and a little of it refers to cataphora. Ko, which is genbashiji, is used when the designated object position is close to the speaker and far from the hearer, the designated things are interesting and important to the speaker. So, which is genbashiji, is used when the designated object position far from the speaker and close to the hearer, while So, which is bunmyakushiji, is used when the designated object is individual information (speaker), the designated object is something that speaker does not know well, there is a behavior changes of the speaker to the designated object. The designated object is a past time, there is psychology distance between the speaker and the hearer to the designated object, and the designated object leave the speaker or the designated object is an object that speaker gives to the hearer. A, which is genbashiji, is used when the designated object position is far from the speaker and the hearer, while a, which is bunmyakushiji, is used when the designated object is a memory that appears again for the speaker. Keyword : Reference, Anaphora, Cataphora, Demonstrative pronouns, Shijishi.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Undergraduate)|
|Subjects:||P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics > P1-1091 Philology. Linguistics > P101-410 Language. Linguistic theory. Comparative grammar > P302-302.87 Discourse analysis|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Humanities > Department of Japanese|
|Deposited On:||25 Apr 2017 13:57|
|Last Modified:||25 Apr 2017 13:57|
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