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Power Representation on Sundanese Proverbs
作者: Asep Saripudin, Rosaria Mita Amalia PDF下载
工作单位: Padjadjaran University, Indonesia
期数: 2018年第9期
页码: 75-86
出版日期: 2018-12-30
摘要: This study examines the representation of power on a number of Sundanese proverbs. The objective is to analyze traditional views on the perceptions of power in Sundanese society and explore the interrelation between language, power and culture. The data for this study were collected from Rosidi (2005, 2010). The results showed that power is represented mostly in neuter and noble contexts. This study concludes that Sundanese proverbs depict that anybody can hold power, regardless their genders, social status and ages, as long as they have the supporting factors, i.e. wealth, nobility and knowledge.
关键词: proverbs, Sundanese, power, representation, Critical discourse analysis (CDA)
文章编号: doi: 10.26478/ja2018.6.9.7
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