|Penulis Utama||:||Dyan Hari Tjahyani|
|NIM / NIP||:||C1304016|
|Judul||:||A comparative study of interpersonal meaning of texts exposing cartoon issue in other opinion column and your letters column in the jJakarta post (based on systemic functional linguistics)|
|Imprint||:||Surakarta - FSSR - 2006|
|Sumber||:||UNS-FSSR Jur. Sastra Inggris-C.1304016-2006|
|Abstrak||:||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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1. Drs. Riyadi Santosa, M.Ed.
|Fakultas||:||Fak. Sastra dan Seni Rupa|