Socioliguistik Study On The Social and Non-Kinship Terms Of Address In The Minangkabau Community At The Bromo Area Of Medan Area Subdistrict

Salliyanti, Salliyanti and Susilo, Hariadi and Kudadiri, Amhar (2021) Socioliguistik Study On The Social and Non-Kinship Terms Of Address In The Minangkabau Community At The Bromo Area Of Medan Area Subdistrict. In: ISSHE 2020, 25 November 2020, Kendari, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia.

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Abstract

The objective of the study was to dig-up and introduce a local language as a part of the national culture to young generation by describing the forms social and non-genetic relationship terms of address used by the Minangkabau community at the Bromo area. The sociolinguistic study, referring to the opinions of Abdul Chaer and Kridalaksana, was used to analyze the terms of address. The data were gathered by conducting listening method by listening to informants’ conversations on the forms of the terms of address used by the Minangkbau community and recording them. In the ‘involving in a conversation’ method, the researchers got involved directly in their conversations. The result of the analysis showed that the forms of social terms of address were Kami (we), Kamu/Waang (you), Ambo/Aden/Awak (I), and Proper names. Meanwhile, the forms of non-genetic relationship term of address were Buya (“Ustad”) (male Moslem religious teacher), Datuak (adat leader), Wali Korong (village head), Upiak (addressing a girl), Buyuang (addressing a boy), Uda sayang (my dear, esp. for a man who is loved), Adiak sayang (my dear, esp. for a woman who is loved), Ateng (addressing someone who is short), Ganduik (addressing someone who is obese), Kamek (addressing a woman who is graceful, Kaciak (addressing someone who is small), Tele (addressing someone who is queer or mentally retarded), Ancak (addressing someone who is charming), and Paceke (addressing someone who is stingy).

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: term of address; social; non-genetic relationship community; minangkabau
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: EAI Editor IV
Date Deposited: 06 May 2021 09:41
Last Modified: 06 May 2021 09:41
URI: https://eprints.eudl.eu/id/eprint/2968

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