A'tin Nurjanah, Atin (2017) ANALISIS BENTUK FONOLOGIS DAN MAKNA ONOMATOPE BUNYI GLOTTAL STOP 音をつめるのオノマトペの音韻形態と意味に関する分析. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Diponegoro.



ABSTRACT Yuniarti, A’tin Nurjanah. 2017. “Analisis Bentuk Fonologis dan Makna Onomatope Bunyi Glottal Stop.” Thesis, Department of Japanese Studies Faculty of Humanities, Diponegoro University, Semarang. Keywords : phonological structure, meaning, semantics, phonology, onomatopoeia, glottal stop sound. Japanese is one of the languages that have onomatopoeia. Onomatopoeias can be classified from different angles. Generally known with giongo gitaigo. Onomatopoeia is a group of words that mimics a sound or sound, attitude or behavior, as well as the circumstances of a living thing or inanimate object. Onomatope glottal stop sound has various phonological structure and meanings. Based on this background, the authors are interested to conduct research that discusses the phonological structure and the meaning of onomatope glottal stop sound. This research is qualitative and done descriptively. The subject of research is onomatope glottal stop sound. The method used in this research is “literature study”,and “record technique”. The data used is the word onomatope glottal stop sound written in some Japanese comics. While for the results presentation of data analysis isinformal presentation method. The authors classified the onomatope glottal stop sound based on 1 haku + ッ/っ, 2 haku + ッ/っ, and the long form + ッ/っ. In data that forgot the consonant letters are found consonant haretsuon, masatsuon and hasatsuon, consonant yuuseion and museion, consonant bion, hajikion and sekkion. Meanwhile, on the data that forgot the vowels found vowels /I/ derived form the word /guik/ which means interesting. The location of its foemation is dominated on the area of 2 lips, the sky is soft or hard, and the toothbrush. And the location of formation in other areas only a small part of the existing data. As a result of the analysis, it turns onomatope glottal stop sound divided into 7 kinds based on its meaning. These meanings are fast movements, human voices, human activities/movements, human states/feelings, human physical characters, natural phenomena, and moving objects.

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics > P1-1091 Philology. Linguistics > P101-410 Language. Linguistic theory. Comparative grammar > P325-325.5 Semantics
Divisions:Faculty of Humanities > Department of Japanese
ID Code:60441
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