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A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON REGISTER, GENRE, AND IDEOLOGY OF EDITORIAL AND YOUR LETTERS COLUMN IN THE JAKARTA POST NEWSPAPER VIEWING CARTOON CONTROVERSY OF THE PROPHET MUHAMMAD (BASED ON SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL LINGUISTICS)

This is a descriptive-qualitative research in nature employing comparative method aiming to describe and to compare the register, genre, and ideology of the texts on Editorial Column and Your Letters Column discussing the issue of The Prophet Muhammad cartoons controversy published in The Jakarta Post Newspaper on February 2006 and finally to discover the similarities and differences of both texts. The technique sampling used was total sampling for all aspects of lexicogrammar system, text structure and cohesion system considered as data. The source of data of the research were the texts taken from Editorial column Wednesday, February 8, 2006 and Your Letters column Saturday, February 18, 2006 of The Jakarta Post Newspaper. The data were two texts divided into one text from Editorial column and one text from Your Letters column issuing The Prophet Muhammad carton controversy. The data were further observed and analyzed by describing the lexicogrammar, interpreting register, genre, and ideology and were discussed to find out the writer’s ideology and to discover the similarities and differences of the data based on systemic Functional Linguistics. The interpretation of register covers three aspects, namely filed, tenor and mode. The interpretation of field shows that both texts have the same issue viewing the cartoons controversy of The Prophet Muhammad. In the tenor analysis involving status, affect, and contact, both texts have different characteristics. The status between the readers and the writer in the text I and the text II is unequal. The unequality status also occurs in the status between the writer and the inside participants in the text I. However, the status between the writer and the inside participants in the text II is equal. The affect of both texts illustrate that the writer tends to give negative judgment toward the inside participants and the appearing issue of the publication of the Prophet Muhammad cartoons. the contact shows that both texts have high readability and the language used is familiar. The analysis of mode concludes that both texts employ spoken- written channel. The style of spoken-written channel is appropriate for the medium that is Editorial Column and Your Letters Column of The Jakarta Post newspaper. Text I employs exposition genre. The Generic Structure Potential shows that the text comprises of Thesis – Argument I – Elaboration I – Event – Elaboration II – Argument II – Argument III – Recommendation I – Recommendation II – Argument IV – Restatement of Thesis. The text focuses on the international issue of the cartoon controversy of the Prophet Muhammad published by the Danish newspaper Jylland-Posten in September 2005. As well, Text II also employs exposition genre. The Generic Structure Potential shows that the text comprises of Thesis – Argument I – Argument II – Argument III – Argument IV – Argument V – Recommendation. The text concerns the way that should be done by both sides having debate in the cartoon controversy of the Prophet Muhammad. The writer’s ideology can be discovered through the employment of the register including field, tenor, mode, and genre. The occurrence of one point of view in both texts that rejects the issue of the cartoons controversy of The prophet Muhammad and the position of the writer having power to gain imply that both texts employ left antagonist ideology.
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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TENOR OF NONPROFIT ADVERTISEMENT TEXTS CONCERNING HIV/AIDS BETWEEN UNICEF AND WORLD VISION ON THE INTERNET

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ABSTRACT 2007. This research belongs to a qualitative research employing descriptive comparative method. It purposed to explore and compare the tenor of nonprofit advertisement texts of UNICEF and World Vision on internet by using Systemic Functional Linguistics Approach. The research was aimed to find out the three dimensions of tenor, namely status, affect and contact. It was also intended to know the similarities and differences of both texts. The data were lexicogrammar, cohesion system, text structure and genre. The sources of data were two nonprofit advertisement texts concerning HIV/AIDS on internet published in www.unicef.org and www.worldvision.com.au on February 27th 2007. The research applied total sampling technique because all data in the form of clauses were collected for the analysis. The research had been conducted by analyzing the data through the description of lexicogrammar, cohesion, text structure and genre to define the aspect of tenor: status, affect and contact. Then, the research was purposed to discover the similarities and differences of both texts. Based on the data analysis, it can be concluded that both texts apply unequal status. It is indicated by the occurrence of imperative proposal clauses showing that the advertisers persuade and demand the readers to join the programme held by UNICEF and World Vision in helping the children suffering HIV/AIDS. Instructional Protocol genre in text I and Hortatory Exposition in text II also indicate the unequal status between the advertisers and the readers. The positive judgment between the advertisers and the readers is shown by the employment of positive polarity and indicative declarative functioning as proposition. Meanwhile, negative judgment occurs between the advertisers and the participants inside the texts. It is shown by the application of indicative declarative functioning as proposition, negative polarity and positive polarity consisting of attitudinal lexis with negative choice of terms. The language in both texts is familiar. It can be known through the application of dominant simplex clauses, simplex nominal and verbal group, less ideational metaphor, nominalization and technicality and cohesion system. Both texts also involve the readers by using “you”, “we” and their possessive pronoun “your” and “our” in text I, and “your” in text II.
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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TENOR IN THE TEXTS OF MELBOURNE CITY ARTICLE IN INFINITY HOLIDAYS BROCHURE AND TRAVEL POINT BROCHURE

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ABSTRAK 2006. This is a qualitative research employing a descriptive and comparative method. The analysis aims to find out and compare the tenor in article texts of Melbourne city. The sources of data in the article texts of Melbourne city were taken from Infinity Holidays brochure and Travel Point brochure in new edition 2005-2006. The data were the clauses in the forms of lexicogrammar, cohesion, text structure and genre. The researcher used a total sampling technique since the data used in this research were all clauses taken from the texts. This research was conducted by analyzing the data through the description of lexicogrammar, cohesion, text structure and genre, which further it was to define the tenor consisting of status, contact and affect of both texts. At last, this research was aimed at looking for some similarities and differences between them. From the data analysis, it can be concluded that the status, which refers to the relative position of the participants in the text, is equal. It can be seen from the use of dominant indicative declarative clauses functioning proposition. The contact, which refers to the readability and familiarity of language used in the text, is considered high. The texts are easy to understand when they are regarded to the target readers. It can be proved by the employment of simplex clauses, dominant simplex nominal and verbal group, logical relation, text structure etc of the texts. Furthermore, the involvement of readers in the texts can be found through the use of personal pronoun, the employment of proposal and logical relation. The affect of both texts shows positive judgment of the writers to the readers and the promoted city. This is shown by the application of positive polarity, attitudinal lexis, type of clauses, thematic system, MOOD system and genre of both texts. Based on the lexicogrammar description, there are many similarities which are applied in both texts such as MOOD system which functions to give information, the employment of dominant simplex nominal group, simplex verbal group, material process and attributive relational process. Besides, both texts also apply the same genre, that is description genre. The differences between the two texts can be seen through clause system, text 1 employs more complex clause, while text 2 employs more simplex clause. Then, the other differences can be found in the term of interdependency and logico semantic relation, polarity, metaphor, thematic system
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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MODE TEXTS ENTITLED “WALLACE AND GROMIT” IN NOW SHOWING AND FLICK FACTS COLUMN IN THE JAKARTA POST SUNDAY

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ABSTRACT This research is meant first to describe the lexicogrammatical system, cohesion, and genre applied in both texts, second is to describe mode analysis covering channel and medium, whether the language of both texts tend to be written or spoken, then medium discusses the appropriateness of the language being used in the medium of the texts, third to describes whether both texts are different or similar based on the analysis of lexicogrammar, cohesion, genre, and mode analysis in both types of film review text. This thesis uses the descriptive qualitative method and comparative method. The source of data are the text film review in the Jakarta Post entitled ‘Wallace and Gromit’ in the Now Showing and Flick Fact Column published on the 11th and 18th of December 2005. The technique of sampling used in this research is purposive sampling that is taken purposively for having been known the characteristics of the sample. In choosing the sample, this research uses total sampling, which means that all of the data provided from both text are taken to be the sample of this research. The result of this research is the employment of lexicogrammar system in both texts. The lexicogrammar system in the Flick Fact column text has characteristics such as a large number of simplex clause, more indicative, declarative clause functioning as proposition, dominantly employ Topical Unmarked, more simplex nominal and verbal group and more technicality and nominalization. In the term of cohesion system text I employs more repetition, dominant implicit conjunction, and uses new item genre. Meanwhile, the employment of lexicogrammar system in Now Showing column has characteristic such as large number of simplex clauses, more indicative declarative clause functioning as proposition, dominantly employ topical unmarked theme, more simplex nominal and verbal group, more technicality and nominalization in the term of cohesion system text employs the presence external conjunction, and use of review genre. The description of lexicogrammar, cohesion, and genre above gives the result that in constructing a message, the Text I tend to be more written language as their channel. Meanwhile, text II tend be more spoken. In the term of medium, both text are written in the same medium i.e. newspaper. The use of newspaper medium is very effective since the target readers are well-educated people and have good English, considering that the newspaper is written in English. The position of both columns as a part of Screen column in the Jakarta Sunday Edition that is consider as a relax column, the liquid language in this text functions to make the text not monotonous, and the use of each genre in both texts and the choice of channel each texts are also support the appropriateness. Furthermore, both text analyses have some similarities and differences. They are similar in many things such as: the use of simplex clause, the employment of simplex nominal and verbal group, the measurement of lexical density, the technicality and nominalization, and the medium. On the other hand, both texts also have some differences like: the type of clause and interdependency, in the cohesion system, the text structure and genre, and the channel.
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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MODE IN CAR RENTAL ADVERTISEMENT TEXTS: CHEAPA ISLAND CAR RENTAL AND KING ISLAND CAR RENTAL PUBLISHED IN TRAVELPOINT BOOKLET

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ABSTRACT This research is based on Systemic Functional Linguistics. It is a comparative study that focuses the analysis on finding out the mode by describing the lexicogrammar, cohesion and text structure of the texts The purposes of the research are to explore and compare the mode consisting of channel and medium of two car rental advertisement texts, namely Cheapa Island Car Rental and King Island Car Rental so that the similarities and differences between them can be identified. This research belongs to a qualitative research employing a descriptive comparative method. Meanwhile the source of data is the advertisement texts taken from TravelPoint booklet on April 2005. In addition, the data analyzed in this research is in form of lexicogrammar, cohesion and text structure. From the analysis, it can be concluded that both texts employ the same channel, i.e. written spoken channel. Both texts show the equal proportion between the written channel characteristics and the spoken channel ones. This can be seen from the analysis of lexicogrammar, cohesion and text structure of the texts. The employment of between written and spoken channel, which makes the texts, not too liquid or solid, implying that both advertisers want to give clear information so that the readers can easily catch the message of the texts. In addition, the medium analysis of the texts shows that both Cheapa Island Car Rental and King Island Car Rental advertisement texts are effective. The choice of between written and spoken channel and the use of vivid text structure in both texts are appropriate for both of them in presenting their product. Moreover, the use of booklet medium is effective since the target readers are those who belong to well educated and middle to high class society people, especially travelers both local and international. Both texts have the similarities in lexicogrammar, cohesion, text structure, channel and medium. In channel both texts employ the same channel that is between spoken and written channel. Besides, the medium analysis shows that both texts are effective with its medium and the readers of TravelPoint booklet. Meanwhile, the differences of both texts can also be seen from lexicogrammar. In lexicogrammar term, both texts have the differences in type of clauses and interdependency sys
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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF INTERPERSONAL MEANING OF TEXTS EXPOSING CARTOON ISSUE IN OTHER OPINION COLUMN AND YOUR LETTERS COLUMN IN THE JJAKARTA POST

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Abstract This thesis w as a qualitative research employing a descriptive comparative method. The research was conducted by employing Systemic Functional Linguistic (SFL) theory, which focuses on analyzing the interpersonal meaning of texts exposing cartoon issue in Other Opinion Column and Your Letters Column in The Jakarta Post. The sources of data were two texts of “Prophet Drawings” and “Don’t Overact on Cartoon Issue” taken from Other Opinion Column and Your Letters column in The Jakarta Post issued in February 13, 2006 and February 18, 2006. The data were taken based on total sampling technique, since the data used are all of the clauses taken from the texts. In conducting the research, the researcher analyzed the data based on its lexicogrammar, cohesion, text structure and genre to define the interpersonal meaning covering status, affect and contact of both texts. Besides, this research was aimed at finding out the similarities and differences of both texts. The result of this research showed that both of the texts have unequal status between the writer and the participants inside the text and equal status between the writer and the readers. The degree of affect in both text showed that the judgment of the writer to the issue is negative while the judgment to the readers is positive. Meanwhile, seen from contact analysis, both texts also used familiar and readable language and have involved contact. The similarities of both texts are shown trough the lexicogrammar description in terms of group system that is dominated by simplex nominal and verbal groups, indicative declarative clause functioning as proposition, topical unmarked themes, abstractions and technicalities and the employment of ideational metaphor. From the analysis of interpersonal meaning, both of the texts have unequal status between the writer and the participant inside the text, and equal status between the writer and the readers. Seen from the degree of affect both texts have negative judgment to the issue presented and positive judgment to the readers. Further, both of texts use familiar and readable language and have involved contact. The differences can be seen from the clauses of text. Text II employs more simplex clauses than text I. The differences of both texts are also shown by the xiv transitivity system. Text I employed dominant mental behavior process, while text II employed dominant attributive relational process. The presence of interpersonal metaphor made some differences in both texts. Other difference is shown from the genre employed in each text. Text I employed discussion genre, while text II employed exposition genre. Finally, the difference of both texts was about the effectiveness and the appropriateness of texts. From the whole analysis it can be seen that Text I is more effective and appropriate than Text II. This can be seen through the data description and data interpretation of Text II which employed mental behavioral process in transitivity that support the genre of the text, higher familiar and readable language, the text structure make the text is more effective than in Text I, and the writer strategy in expressing his ideas by revealing two different points of view to criticize the cartoon. After concluding, the researcher also gives some recommendation to other students who are interested in SFL to explore other aspect of SFL especially register, genre and Ideology.
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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF IDEOLOGY AND GENRE IN OPINION TEXT OF JAKARTA POST NEWSPAPER AND EDITORIAL TEXT IN WWW.THE JAKARTAPOST.COM RELATED TO HAMAS’ VICTORY ISSUE (BASED ON SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL LINGUISTICS)

This research belongs to a qualitative research employing descriptive comparative method. It purposes to explore and compare the register, genre and ideology of opinion text and editorial text issued in the Jakarta Post by using Systemic Functional Linguistics Approach. This is aimed to find out the similarities and differences of all texts. The research applies total sampling technique for all aspects of lexicogrammar approach, cohesion, text structure and genre which was considered as data. The source of data is the opinion text taken from the Jakarta Post newspaper on February, 3rd 2006, and the editorial text in www.thejakartapost.com on February, 8th 2006. The research is conducted by analyzing the data through the description of lexicogrammar, cohesion, text structure and genre to define the aspects of register, genre and ideology. Then, the research is purposed to discover the similarities and differences of all texts. Based on the data analysis, the interpretation of register between text I and text II involving field, tenor and mode can be concluded as follows. The interpretation of field describes that both texts have similar issue relating to Hamas’ victory. In sense of tenor, both of texts employ mostly same features. The degree of relationship between the writer and readers of text I and text II is equal and the status between the writer and the participants inside of both texts is unequal. The interpretation of affect shows that the text I uses negative judgment to the issue, but the text II judges positively to the issue. The contact illustrates that the readers both the texts are uninvolved. Even, both of the texts categorized as the solid language, but it is still high readability. The interpretation of mode signs that the language style of both texts tends to be spoken-written in which appropriates to the medium, either the Jakarta Post in newspaper, or internet media. The text I uses Discussion genre since the GSP consists of thesis – preview – arguments for – arguments against – conclusion and recommendation. The text describes that Hamas victory is considered as an opportunity to make the peaceful condition in the Middle East, especially for the Hamas from Palestine and Israel. Mean while, text II employs Exposition genre since its GSP compresses of thesis– preview – argument I – Argument II – Elaboration of the argument – Argument III – reiteration. The text illuminates that the other sides, such the U.S. Israel, and the U.N should give Hamas a chance to lead Palestine government. The ideology of editorial texts can be traced back through the interpretation of register including field, tenor, mode, and genre. The text I employs left protagonist ideology. Left means that the writer worried about the victory of Hamas issue. Therefore, the writer’s ideology tries to reject the victory of Hamas by implying his protagonist perspective. However, the text II employs right antagonist ideology. Right in this sense means that the writer has the power to gain. The positive judgment directed to the victory of Hamas in Palestine, in this case the writer positively supports its victory.
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