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An Analysis Of Semiotic Meaning Of Pamali In The Javanese Tribe

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dc.description.abstract This study examines the meaning of the sign in prohibition or utterances of Pamali that exist in the Javanese community in Tinggi Raja Village, Tinggi Raja District, Asahan Regency. This study aims to determine the utterances of the prohibition of Pamali that are still valid and are still believed and are still carried out by the Javanese people in Tinggi Raja Village. The type of research used is qualitative research with descriptive method. Sources of data in this study obtained from direct interviews with informants who know and are still implementing Pamali this. Data were collected by observation, interview and documentation methods. Data analysis in this study uses data reduction techniques, data display and conclusions: drawing or verifying. The results of this study found the meaning of the sign in each prohibition utterance Pamali using Roland Barthes' semiotic theory which consists of denotative meaning or level one meaning in the form of true meaning, and connotative meaning or second level meaning which is the result form that becomes a sign, and which becomes a sign. myths in Javanese culture. The Pamali contained in this study amounted to 46 Pamali which were divided into Pamali carried out and Pamali not implemented en_US
dc.subject Connotation en_US
dc.subject Denotation en_US
dc.title An Analysis Of Semiotic Meaning Of Pamali In The Javanese Tribe en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US

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