AN ANALYSIS OF BAHASA INDONESIA – ENGLISH CODE MIXING USED IN APLAUS MAGAZINE | ELECTRONIC THESES AND DISSERTATION

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AN ANALYSIS OF BAHASA INDONESIA – ENGLISH CODE MIXING USED IN APLAUS MAGAZINE


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Maizura - Personal Name;

Dosen Pembimbing



Nomor Pokok Mahasiswa

1206102020048

Fakultas & Prodi

Fakultas KIP / Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris (S1) / PDDIKTI : 88203

Penerbit

Banda Aceh : FAKULTAS KEGURUAN DAN ILMU PENDIDIKAN UNIVERSITAS SYIAH KUALA., 2017

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Indonesia

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401.93

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Abstract
Name : Maizura
Student No. : 1206102020048
Study Program: English Education
Title : An Analysis of Bahasa Indonesia – English Code Mixing Used in Aplaus
Magazine
Key words: code mixing, magazine, types of code mixing, Bahasa Indonesia – English.
The use of Bahasa Indonesia in the mass media such as magazines has been mostly influenced by
English due to the background of Indonesian people who live as bilingual and multilingual. Mass
media is believed to promote the foreign vocabulary by doing code mixing to make the writing
become more interesting and modern.The aim of this study is to find out the dominant type of
code mixing used in the Aplaus magazine among three types of code mixing based on
Musyken’s (2000) theory. The data were 47 code mixing taken from Aplaus magazinein four
editions from April to July 2016 on the Journey Section. In collecting the data, the researcher
used documentation analysis by note taking the occurrence of English code mixing in the
magazine. Then, the data obtained were classified using classification table. The results of this
research show that not all of three types of code mixing by Musyken (2000) were applicable in
the Aplaus magazine on the Journey section, there are found 36 data or about 76.6 % for
insertion, 11 data or about 23.4 % for alternation, and no data for congruent lexicalization. So the
dominant type of code mixing used in the Aplaus magazine was insertion.

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