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Karl Anderbeck, author
Southeast Asia is home to many distinct groups of sea nomads, some of which are known collectively as Orang (Suku) Laut. Those located between Sumatra and the Malay Peninsula are all Malayic-speaking. Information about their speech is paltry and scattered; while starting points are provided in publications such as Skeat and Blagden (1906), Kähler...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2012
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Antoinette Schapper, author
The Timor-Alor-Pantar (TAP) language family has a special place in South-East Asian linguistics; its members make up the western extreme of the Papuan language sphere. Along with an exhaustive bibliography of works on the TAP languages, this paper presents a state-of-the-art review of the ongoing documentation of the TAP language family in terms of...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2012
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Sensuse, Dana Indra, author
Bahasa lahir bersamaan dengan perkembangan peradaban manusia itu sendiri. Sebagai suatu alat untuk berkomunikasi, bahasa dapat mencerminkan berbagai aspek kehidupan suatu masyarakat. Suatu masyarakat yang telah maju selalu ditandai dengan pemakaian bahasanya yang luas, begitu juga sebaliknya, suatu bahasa yang banyak dipakai oleh masyarakat luas, merupakan bahasa dari suatu masyarakat...
1995
LESA-25-Jan1995-33
Artikel Jurnal  Universitas Indonesia Library
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Australia: Blackwell Publishing, 2005
306.44 CLI
Buku Teks  Universitas Indonesia Library
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S. Suryadi
Due to the emergence of what in Indonesian is called industri rekaman daerah ?Indonesian regional recording industries?, which has developed significantly since the 1980s, many regional recording companies have been established in Indonesia. As a consequence, more and more aspects of Indonesian regional culture have appeared in commercial recordings. Nowadays...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2010
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Ratih Ramelan, author
This correlational study is to show the role of deductive and inductive reasoning abilities as aspects of cognitive development on expository text comprehension among high school students who already have a capacity to think in conceptual and hyphotetical ways and to examine how they correlate and influence the text comprehension process. This study has...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2008
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Titik Pudjiastuti, author
In the Universitets-Bibliotheek (UB) Leiden there is a pile of Banten letters that are bundled in Cod.Or. 2241 Illb. The 17th (No. 80) letter is a letter from Sultan Anom to the Governour General Willem Arnold Alting and Raad van Indie in Batavia. The content of the letter, which is...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2007
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Joesana Tjahjani, author
Sexual revolution in France in the decade of the 1970s is characterized by social openness toward sex. There is a change in the pattern of spousal living, including same-sex relation. Homosexuals in France have the courage to declare their sexual orientation. Despite pros and cons within the French society, PACS or the solidarity...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2004
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Tjung, Ju Lan, author
Indonesia is a plural society that consists of several hundred ethnic and sub- ethnic groups. One of its generic characteristics is heterogeneity. In the last ten years after the implementation of regional autonomy, we have witnessed the emergence of strong ethnic and religiously flavoured local identity politics in various places in...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2011
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Donny Gahral Adian, author
Multicultural society as a way of being-with-others needs a certain form of public reasoning. Unfortunately, the current yet dominant form of public reasoning is infiltrated by biases from occidental culture. This mode of reasoning does nothing but uproot participants from their cultural identity for the sake of universal consensus. Multicultural...
University of Indonesia, Faculty of Humanities, 2011
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