Isna Farhatina, (2021) PENGGUNAAN BACK CHANNEL DALAM PERCAKAPAN BAHASA JEPANG DAN BAHASA JAWA 日本語とジャワ語の会話におけるバックチャネルの使用. Undergraduate thesis, Diponegoro University.

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ABSTRACT Farhatina, Isna. 2021. “The Using of Back Channel in Japanese and Javanese Conversation”. Thesis. Department of Japanese Language and Culture, Faculty of Humanities, Diponegoro University. The Advisor: Reny Wiyatasari, S.S., M.Hum. In this thesis, the writer examines the contrastive analysis of the use of back channel in Japanese and Javanese conversations. This thesis aims to describe the similarities and differences between back channel in Japanese and Javanese, and to describe the use of back channel based on adjacency pairs and their interrupting actions. Data analysis using the tapping method followed by a note-taking technique. The data is obtained from videos downloaded from youtube. Furthermore, for data analysis contrastive method was used. The last stage, the data is presented in words or descriptive. Based on the analyzed data, it can be assumed that 9 forms of back channel in Japanese consisting of: 1) Kata Penanda Respons: a) in the middle of the ongoing speech and b) at the end of the finished speech, 2) Aizuchi Kurikaeshi, 3) Aizuchi Iikae, 4 ) Aizuchi Sakidori, 5) Aizuchi Kakunin, 6) Aizuchi Sonota, 7) Aizuchi Gyakusetsu, 8) Aizuchi Doui, and 9) Aizuchi Kandoushi. Meanwhile, in Javanese, there are 9 forms of back channel, namely: 1) Kata Penanda Respons, 2) Respons Mengulangi Tuturan Sebelumnya, 3) Respons Mengganti atau Memparafrasekan Tuturan Sebelumnya, 4) Respons Mendahului Percakapan, 5) Respons Saat Meminta konfirmasi ditemukan, 6) Respons dengan Cara Lainnya (nonverbal), 7) Respons Saat Menyatakan Kontradiksi, 8) Respons Saat Menyatakan Setuju, and 9) Respons dengan Interjeksi. The similarities were found in the use of back channel in Japanese and Javanese: namely the use of nonverbal responses of shaking and nodding their heads; and back channel being able both to function in switching topics and discussing previous topics. While the differences are: location of the use of response markers. In Japanese occurs in 2 places, while in Javanese it only occurs in 1 place; in addition, back channel which is used specifically for listening to speech is found in Japanese, while in Javanese it is not found; judging from the cultural context, there are 3 points, namely: the style of culture, the culture of respect for others, and one's assessment of the way he speaks. Keywords: Contrastive, Back Channel, Conversations, Japanese, Javanese

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 Japanese
ID Code:83706
Deposited On:18 Oct 2021 14:14
Last Modified:25 Oct 2021 09:27

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