Rike Tandai Puska, Rike (2017) SUFIKS PENANDA PROFESI BAHASA JEPANG 日本語における職業の接尾辞の分析. Undergraduate thesis, Diponegoro University.



ABSTRACT Puska, Rike Tandai “PROFESION SUFFIX IN JAPPANESE LANGUAGE” S1 Thesis of Japanese Department Study Program, Faculty of Humanities, Diponegoro University, Semarang. Advisor Lina Rosliana, S.S, M.Hum,. Affix in Japanese language has an important role in the word formation process, because it can change or add the form or type of words and can change or add meaning. There are two types of affix in Japanese, they are prefixes and suffixes. The problem in this research is characteristic of word and meaning of word which is produced by profession suffix marker. This research is descriptive, data collection using the references method and record technique, data analysis using ‘agih’ method for direct. Data sources are obtained from various Japanese dictionaries. The result shows that 44 data are found out in this study. Characteristics of the word include the word wago and kango. The meaning of the generated word, the suffix -in denotes the meaning of a member of a particular group, the suffix -ka denotes the meaning of a job requiring certain specialist skills or knowledge which is shown as an attached word, the suffix -sha denotes the meaning of the work or actor of a designated action such as from the base, the suffix -shi indicates the meaning of the job requiring special knowledge or expertise. Suffix -shi denotes the meaning of work that has skills, abilities or abilities. The suffixes show the meaning of the person working in the store. The Suffix-shu indicates the meaning of the perpetrator or the person doing. The suffix -kou shows the meaning of the worker, especially the factory worker, the object involved in the activity as well as the basic word that gives the job status specification. Keywords: Affixes, Prefix, Profession suffix marker, Wago, kango

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics > P1-1091 Philology. Linguistics > P101-410 Language. Linguistic theory. Comparative grammar > P201-299 Comparative grammar
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