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Tom G. Hoogervorst, author
This is a preliminary description of the Malay variety used as a lingua franca in the Malaysian state of Sabah at the northernmost top of Borneo. The paper discusses a number of common linguistic features that distinguish Sabah Malay from other Malay varieties and analyses these features from a historical...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2011
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Hoogervorst, Tom G., author
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Speakers of Malay and Tamil have been in intermittent contact for roughly two millennia, yet extant academic work on the resultant processes of contact, lexical borrowing, and language mixing at the interface of these two speech communities has only exposed the tip of the proverbial iceberg. This paper presents an...
Depok: Fakultas Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya Universitas Indonesia (FIB-UI), 2015
909 UI-WACANA 16:5 (2015)
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I Made Andi Arsana, author
Due to its geographical location, Indonesia shares border areas with at least ten neighbouring countries with which maritime boundaries must be settled. As of March 2011, Indonesia is yet to finalize its maritime boundaries with various States including Malaysia with which four maritime boundaries need to be settled: the Malacca...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2011
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Antoinette Schapper, author
The Bunaq are a Papuan language-speaking people straddling the border of Indonesian West Timor and independent East Timor. This paper looks at the history of the Bunaq as a ?border? people in Timor. ?Border? is interpreted here in two ways, as referring to: (i) a political division, the boundary line...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2011
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Dendy Sugono, author
This research aims at describing (1) the language use of border area societies (Insular Riau, West Kalimantan, East Kalimantan, North Sulawesi, and the Eastern Sunda Islands) in terms of local language (BD), Indonesian (BI), and foreign language (BA) in the domains of family, society, and occupation, (2) language activity of...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2011
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Lina Puryanti, author
This paper aims to show the dynamics of the Indonesian ? Malaysian border area in Sebatik Island, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Take into account as a background is the territorial dispute between Indonesia and Malaysia over the Ligitan and Sipadan Islands which were awarded to Malaysia by the decision of the...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2011
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Iwan Meulia Pirous, author
Nation as a cultural-psychological phenomenon is best understood in terms of how a sense of nationhood operates in order to construct social identities or a social imagination about the modern nation-state (Anderson 1983). The forging of nationalism as a national identity cannot be seen in isolation ofthe rise of modernization...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2011
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Muhammad Haji Salleh, author (edit)
The extremely popular poetic form from Insular Southeast Asia, the pantun, travelled from its unknown source throughout the Malay Archipelago, first in Malay, then in the languages of Southeast Asia. In the ports and states where they were received, local colour, other idiosyncrasies, references, and linguistic characteristics have been added,...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2011
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Tom G. Hoogervorst, author
This study offers an overview of the characteristics and social functions of youth slang in the Indonesian province of East Java. It examines Boso Walikan and various types of Surabayan slang. Boso Walikan emerged in Malang as a secret language that was deliberately made unintelligible to outsiders. Over the decades,...
Depok: University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2014
909 UI-WACANA 15:1 (2014)
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Tom G. Hoogervorst, author
Speakers of Malay and Tamil have been in intermittent contact for roughly two millennia, yet extant academic work on the resultant processes of contact, lexical borrowing, and language mixing at the interface of these two speech communities has only exposed the tip of the proverbial iceberg. This paper presents an...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2015
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Artikel Jurnal  Universitas Indonesia Library
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