The codes used in Javanese wedding ceremony

Irawati, Dessy (1999) The codes used in Javanese wedding ceremony. Undergraduate thesis, Widya Mandala Catholic University Surabaya.

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Abstract

In daily conversation, Javanese people tend to mix Javanese with Indonesian when they communicate with other persons. The mixing of Javanese and Indonesian not only happens in the daily communication, but also in Javanese wedding ceremony. There are two problems which the writer wants to answer: what codes are used in Javanese wedding ceremony and what the reasons of Javanese people in using those codes. In answering those two questions, the writer made an observation and interview in order that she could get the data for her study. The data which she got were analyzed based on the underline theories. The theories which were used in this study is the theory of Language use, Javanese Speech levels, Wedding Ceremony in Javanese, and the previous study. The results of the analysis leads to the findings of the study. Indonesian and Javanese are used in Javanese wedding ceremony. The use of those codes are mixed because Javanese people, especially the young generation of Javanese people do not master Javanese very well. Here are the reasons of using Krama Inggil in Javanese wedding ceremony: 1. Krama Inggil which is considred as a sacred language by Javanese people. Since wedding ceremony is a sacred event, Krama Inggil which is considered as the sacred code is used in Javanese wedding ceremony. 2. As it a tradition, Krama Inggil is used in Javanese wedding ceremony. 3. Krama Inggil is used in Javanese wedding ceremony because the relatives of the bride do not understand Indonesian well. 4. Krama Inggil... to the audience since the speaker do not know the listeners very well. That is why, imperative verbs are not used here. 5. Krama Inggil is one of the culture of Javanese people. Therefore, in order to maintain the culture, Krama Inggil is still used in Javanese wedding ceremony. 6. Krama Inggil which is used in Javanese wedding ceremony is different from which is used in the daily conversation. In Javanese wedding ceremony the verbs always star with suffix ‘ha’ while in the daily communication the verbs do not start with suffix ‘ha’. 7. Krama Inggil is used in Javanese wedding ceremony because the bride and the bridegroom are considered as the king and a quessn in a day, so they make the situation is really like in a Central Javanese Royal Place. 8. Krama Inggil is used to describe the symbols which are used in Javanese wedding ceremony. Because, it is also used to utter he proverbs about the bride and the bridegroom. The writer also finds out the other code used in Javanese wedding ceremony. The code is Indonesian. The reasons of using this code are: 1. The bride, the bridegroom, and the guests do not understand Krama Inggil well. Therefore, the use of Krama Inggil is mixed with Indonesia. 2. Indonesian is used in Javanese wedding ceremony as a means of the translation of Krama Inggil. 3. Indonesian is used when the representatives of the bride and the bridegroom advise them. Instead of Krama Inggil and Indonesian which are used in Javanese wedding ceremony, Krama Madya and Ngoo are also used. The reasons why Krama Madya is used in Javanese wedding ceremony more or less are the same as the reasons why Krama Inggil is used in Javanese wedding ceremony. It is because the use of those codes is usually together. While Ngoko is used when the MC makes joke with the couple. Ngoko is used not only when the MC makes joke with the couple, it is also used in other events of Javanese wedding ceremony, for example in the event of injak telur and pangkon. The use of those mentioned codes above is moxed each other. The mixing which may happen is the mixing of Indonesian with Ngoko or Ngoko with Krama Inggil and Krama madya or Krama Inggil and Indonesian. From the explanation above the writer concludes that there are two codes used in Javanese wedding ceremony. They are Javanese and Indonesian Javanese itself has three variants: Krama Inggil, Krama Madya, and Ngoko. The use of those codes are mixed each other depends on the situation and topics which are spoken. Besides, the mixing of those codes has to consider the participants. Since the participants of the Javanese wedding ceremony are young generation of Javanese people, the use of those codes have to be mixed. Thus, this study is expected to be able to enrich the English students about the Javanese culture and happiness. Besides ii is also … language … from age to age along with demands of the needs of the environment and also tell to non-Javanese people that Javanese has three speech levels; Krama Inggil, Krama madya and Ngoko, in which the use of those three speech levels has to consider the participants, the topics and the situation.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Department: ["eprint_fieldopt_department_Faculty of Teacher Training and Education" not defined]
Uncontrolled Keywords: Codes, Javanese wedding ceremony, speech levels
Subjects: English Education
Divisions: Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > English Education Study Program
Depositing User: EK Lengkonosari PN
Date Deposited: 12 Aug 2016 03:10
Last Modified: 12 Aug 2016 03:10
URI: http://repository.wima.ac.id/id/eprint/7035

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