REDUPLIKASI BERBAHASA INDONESIA DALAM LIRIK LAGU JAWA KONTEMPORER

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Zulisih Maryani

Abstract

Along with the times, new musical genres are present in contemporary Javanese songs, including campursari, dangdut koplo, and hip hop. In addition to the Javanese language, the lyrics of contemporary Javanese songs are maintained to show their authenticity. there is the use of Indonesian. Based on linguistic units, the use of Indonesian can be analyzed from the aspects of phonology, morphology, and syntax. Regarding morphological aspects, this study will discuss reduplication. There are three stages of strategy that are passed in this research, namely the stage of data collection, data analysis, and exposure of the results of data analysis. Based on the results of the study, it was found that there were four reduplications in Indonesian in the lyrics of contemporary Javanese songs, namely basa-basi, cek-cok, kos-kosan, and sekonyong-konyong. The percentage of reduplication in Indonesian in contemporary Javanese song lyrics is 5.6%. Based on the form, there are two types of Indonesian language reduplication in contemporary Javanese song lyrics, namely repetition with a combination of adding affixes and repetition with phoneme changes. The function of reduplication in Indonesian in contemporary Javanese song lyrics is as a verb, noun, and adverbial. Meanwhile, in terms of meaning, it states ‘expressions used only for politeness’, ‘fights’, ‘boarding places’, and ‘suddenly’.

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How to Cite
Maryani, Z. (2021). REDUPLIKASI BERBAHASA INDONESIA DALAM LIRIK LAGU JAWA KONTEMPORER. Epigram, 18(2). Retrieved from https://jurnal.pnj.ac.id/index.php/epigram/article/view/3928