THE LOCAL WISDOM AND CULTURAL IDENTITY OF SOUTH SUMATRA PEOPLE AS REFLECTED IN BATANG HARI SEMBILAN FOLK SONG " KAOS LAMPU"

Puspasari, Atika and Attas, Siti Gomo (0003) THE LOCAL WISDOM AND CULTURAL IDENTITY OF SOUTH SUMATRA PEOPLE AS REFLECTED IN BATANG HARI SEMBILAN FOLK SONG " KAOS LAMPU". Proceeding the 4th International Conference Literature and Society 5.0. pp. 1-2146.

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Abstract

This paper seeks to study the language variations in Batang Hari Sembilan folk song 'The Shirt of Lights ' and how these variations reflect the local wisdom and cultural identity of the people of South Sumatra. This research is qualitative research with a sociolinguistic approach. The writers refer to the SPEAKING analysis model initiated by (Hymes, 1974) and the semantic - lexico analysis model by (Mellouki & Berriha, 2016)). In analyzing the local wisdom, the writers refer to the concept of 'local genius' which was first introduced by Quaritch Wales. The results of the analysis show that this song is full of socio-economic criteria in society. Social criticism contained in this song is generally in the form of satire. As seen in most of the lyrics in this song. In addition to aiming at describing the local wisdom and cultural identity of the community, this song expresses criticism of the shift of cultural norms in the people of South Sumatra and to some extent implies the apprehensions of how these norms are going to survive in modern civilization. The girls in the South Sumatran community are generally educated to be shy, not very talkative, and polite. When going to the household, they generally accept men who are chosen by their parents to be their husband. Likewise, with mature men, they are expected to be able to be responsible in the family which is shown by being diligent and not being a lazy person. Moral messages are delivered in a simple way yet the deep meaning of the message is successfully conveyed.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: P Language and Literature > PN Literature (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences > School of Education
Depositing User: Mrs Atika Puspasari
Date Deposited: 09 Jan 2020 06:15
Last Modified: 09 Jan 2020 06:15
URI: http://eprints.binadarma.ac.id/id/eprint/4104

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