A PREFERENCE OF CHILDREN’S SELF IDENTIFICATION SEEN FROM THE USE OF ADDRESS TERMS IN JAVANESE AND CHINESE MIXED MARRIED FAMILIES

KAHARI, CAROLINE MICHELLE (2015) A PREFERENCE OF CHILDREN’S SELF IDENTIFICATION SEEN FROM THE USE OF ADDRESS TERMS IN JAVANESE AND CHINESE MIXED MARRIED FAMILIES. Other thesis, Prodi Sastra Inggris Unika Soegijapranata.

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Abstract

This research focuses on the use of address terms, the Tu Vous dimension reflected in the use of address terms between husbands and wives, and the children’s identity reflected through the use of address terms in Javanese and Chinese mixed married families. The writer obtained the data from the interview with 30 participants: 15 first children from Javanese father Chinese mother and their parents, and 15 first children from Chinese father Javanese mother mixed married families and their parents. The data were analyzed by grouping the address terms used by the participants in addressing the members of their family. The results show that the majority of participants who are from Javanese father and Chinese mother families use neutral address terms, while the majority of participants who are from Chinese father and Javanese mother families use Chinese address terms. Moreover, the results show the majority of husbands and wives, either Javanese or Chinese are equal (symmetrical Vous) and they used neutral address terms (Pah, Mah). Besides, pronominal address terms used by husbands and wives are the same; an individual gives and receives the same form. It means that they are democratic. They have same power. Last, the result shows the majority of children in Javanese father and Chinese mother families and Chinese father and Javanese mother families prefer to be addressed by using their names (neutral address terms) showing neutral identity.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: 300 Social Sciences > Family
300 Social Sciences > Marriage
Divisions: Faculty of Language and Art > Department of English Literature
Depositing User: Mrs Christiana Sundari
Date Deposited: 04 Nov 2015 01:29
Last Modified: 04 Nov 2015 01:29
URI: http://repository.unika.ac.id/id/eprint/5772

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