PROSES MORFOLOGIS PEMAKAIAN KATA HANCUR DALAM MEDIA ONLINE

Maria Septavia, Dwi Rosalina (2017) PROSES MORFOLOGIS PEMAKAIAN KATA HANCUR DALAM MEDIA ONLINE. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Diponegoro.

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Rosalina, Maria Septavia Dwi. 2017. "Morphological Process of Using Word (Destroyed) on Online Media". A thesis (S-1) of Indonesian Literature Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Diponegoro University. Advisor: Drs. Mujid F. Amin, M.Pd. and Riris Tiani, S.S., M.Hum The derivative form of word (destroyed) used in online media is not always present in the Indonesia Dictionary. This occurs because of the influence of standard and nonstandard languages that are dynamic, so the differences in the elements can changes the meaning. This study aims to describe form words of (destroyed) and their meanings in the sentence of online media. The type of data used is secondary data, which is obtained from the sentence of online media. The methode used is simak method with catat technique, then used agih method for data analysis with expansion, paraphrase, and substitution technique, while at the presentation stage of analysis used formal and informal methods. Based on this study, the result is: first, they are four types of affix in the word (destroyed) in sentence, that is prefix, suffix, confix, and affix combination. The meaning caused by affixation depend on the affix type formed it. The function of affix is to change word category. Second, there are five the forms of reduplication pattern on the word “hancur”in sentence, that is ((D+R)+-an), ((D+R)+se-nya), ((D+R)+me-kan), (R+(D+me-kan)), and (tidak+R). The meaning of reduplication and word category depend on the pattern that forms it. Third, there are one construction in the composition that is found that is verbs composition formed by the combination of verbs+verbs. Keywords: Destroyed, Morphological Process, Affix, Reduplication, Composit

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics > P1-1091 Philology. Linguistics > P1-85 General
Divisions:Faculty of Humanities > Department of Indonesian
ID Code:58336
Deposited By:Sastra Indonesia
Deposited On:13 Dec 2017 10:29
Last Modified:13 Dec 2017 10:29

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