An Analysis Of Code Mixing In “Bola” Magazine’s Booklet

Bayukrisna, Resha Agusta (2017) An Analysis Of Code Mixing In “Bola” Magazine’s Booklet. Skripsi Sarjana thesis, Universitas Muria Kudus.

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Globalization make interaction between people easier. Where English as one of globalization effect used as international language make communication between people around the world easier. Non exceptional Indonesia people where they use English as their second language in communication. And sometimes people mixing the two language to make their communication more variative and easy to understand. Mixing two languages in daily communication called as code mixing. In this research the writer focus on analyzing code mixing on Bola magazine’s booklet because bola magazine’s booklet is the only one that have won the Gold Awards at the 5th Indonesia Print Media award. The objectives of this research is to find out the types of code mixing used in Bola magazine’s booklet and to describe the function of code mixing used in Bola magazine’s booklet. This research is conducting by using descriptive qualitative method. Because the purpose of this research is to make a description, illustration systematically, factual and accurate in facts, natures, and relationship between phenomena which is investigated. The data source of this research is taken from Bola magazine’s booklet which has English code mixing on the articles then the writer analyzes code mixing on the booklet articles used by the journalists on 2.481st edition (18th-20th of March 2013). The result of this research, the writer found 51 forms from code mixing found in Bola magazine’s booklet on 2.481st edition (18th-20th of March 2013) consist of 6 forms of word, 37 forms of phrase, and 8 forms of idiom. The functions of code mixing 51 have function as Informational function. Based on the result above the writer concludes that the majority form of code mixing in Bola magazine’s booklet on 2.481st edition (18th-20th of March 2013) is informational function. As for suggestion the writer hopes by conducting this research the students of education department are suggested to use this research as a reference to increase their ability in learning sociolinguistic, especially dealing with code mixing because it will be very useful in teaching and learning process. The writer really hopes that this research will be interesting to be known by the public, especially students of education departments of Muria Kudus University.

Tipe dokumen: Skripsi (Skripsi Sarjana)
Additional Information: Pembimbing: Agung Dwi Nurcahyo, SS., M.Pd
Uncontrolled Keywords: Code mixing, bilingual
Subjects: Pendidikan > Teori dan praktek pendidikan
Divisions: Fakultas Keguruan & Ilmu Pendidikan > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: pustakawan umk
Tanggal Deposit: 20 Apr 2017 07:55
Last Modified: 20 Apr 2017 07:55
URI: http://eprints.umk.ac.id/id/eprint/6819

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