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The results of the data analysis were explained using the informal method. The results showed that Malay people on this island used the Malay language daily. Accordingly, the valence of the verbs found in the conversations of the Malay people on the island of Padang was one valence of verbs, two valences of verbs, and three valences of verbs. Through the passivation process, the three kinds of valence of the verbs could be derived from two valences of verbs became one and from three valences of verbs became two. One-valence verbs were bound by only one argument. Verbs with two valences were bound by two arguments at once, while verbs with three valences were bound by three arguments, while the process of decreasing valence could be done by passivation.</span></em></p> Mohd. Fauzi Hermansyah Hermansyah Juswandi Juswandi T M Sum Copyright (c) 2022-08-05 2022-08-05 19 1 1 15 10.31849/jib.v19i1.10870 ANALISIS BENTUK FUNGSI DAN MAKNA PANTUN MELAYU DALAM SAMBUTAN SEREMONI RESMI https://journal.unilak.ac.id/index.php/jib/article/view/10871 <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">This research was aimed at exploring the meaning, form, and function of Malay poem expression uttered during the official ceremony. The analysis was based on the whole context using an operational approach, that is, how a text works within its context. Out of the form and function, meaning is best viewed from its surrounding context and situation. The result shows that text meaning is context-dependent on the cultural value which operates. The text was found unique because of the subject deletion that takes place. The form of the text may be directive, and yet, it sounds as if it was not. This characteristic is due to suffixing the verb with a particle, “lah”. Thus, the function of the directive form is weakening. It tends to be a very polite request instead of an order. 80% dominates the form of representative and the rest was directive.</span></em></p> Edward Edward Sorta Hutahaean Copyright (c) 2022-08-05 2022-08-05 19 1 16 23 10.31849/jib.v19i1.10871 EKSISTENSI UPACARA ADAT PERANG KETUPAT DI DESA TEMPILANG SEBAGAI KEKAYAAN BUDAYA DI KABUPATEN BANGKA BARAT https://journal.unilak.ac.id/index.php/jib/article/view/10872 <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">The tradition of ketupat war held in Air Lintang Village, Tempilang District, West Bangka Regency as a research object aims to introduce and describe one of the cultural wealth in West Bangka Regency. Researchers also worked to find the meaning and values that became the background of the history of the war. This research uses qualitative descriptive research to get descriptive data in the form of oral, and written from a person or group and observe behavior. Data collection is carried out by observing the object to be studied, interviewing cultural figures, and documenting to strengthen the resulting data. This tradition of ketupat war ceremony began in 1883 and was carried out by the chieftain to fight the invaders/pirates. This happened at the same time as a lost girl was eaten by a crocodile demon. Then community leaders flocked to carry out the Village Taber Ritual to avoid disasters by collaborating so as to create a tradition in Tempilang Village, namely the Ketupat War. This ketupat war has the meaning of being able to avoid evil spirit spirits and subtle mahlauk who intend badly to disturb the local community and can clean up all ugly things in the future life. This tradition also contains values including cultural values, social values, local wisdom values, and educational values that can be used as lessons or guidelines in life and can shape the character of the nation's generations.</span></em></p> Dea Amanda Putri Akbar Al Masjid Copyright (c) 2022-08-05 2022-08-05 19 1 24 34 10.31849/jib.v19i1.10872 “TAG” TEMAN DAN #HASTAG REKONSEPSI INTERAKSI SOSIAL DI PLATFORM INSTAGRAM https://journal.unilak.ac.id/index.php/jib/article/view/10873 <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">Tag a friend in the comments column on the Instagram platform is one mechanism to start interacting between users on social media. Is it possible to just "tag" friends who have there been social interactions intended by sociologists, psychologists,s and communication experts? This article is to explore how social media carries out the process of social interaction, and whether simply tagging a friend on Instagram can be considered a social interaction. The results of the study show that the use of social media is rarely considered a social interaction, after surfing on social media for approximately the first 7-10 minutes, 116 samples of Instagram users showed that social media behavior rarely chatted and commented, on average they only status updating, stalking and also looking for the information. The use of social media and social interaction sometimes occur together, but only 3% of social interactions occur through the Instagram platform. It is said that social interaction through this platform usually focused on having conversations, and exchanging with relatively closer relational relationships. Secondary data analysis and surveys of Instagram users are used in this article to analyze the process of social interaction on the Instagram platform supported by literature studies from several sociologists, psychologists, and also communication experts who argue about social interaction. It can be said, each media is social in a unique way including the Instagram platform, and needs further discussion in conceptualizing the boundaries of social interaction in social media.</span></em></p> Mita Rosaliza Raja Syamsidar Hesti Asriwandari Copyright (c) 2022-08-05 2022-08-05 19 1 35 53 10.31849/jib.v19i1.10873 RONGGENG: KUASA TUBUH PEREMPUAN https://journal.unilak.ac.id/index.php/jib/article/view/10874 <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">Talking about Ronggeng is talking about women, bodies, and stage. Body with reality, stage with social. Discourse about female dancers in performances is conditioned by the limits of understanding the female body figure itself. Colonialism has shifted the function, meaning, and form of Ronggeng's performances. This event represents that the female body as an object that can be repressed as well as enjoyed, regulated, and asked to be free, is like a dualism of opposite perspectives. Ronggeng's discourse as a ritual body occupies the highest position which is shaded by the birth of social construction. The view of sensuality places the Ronggeng dancer from subject to object, then objectifies the physical form of a woman's body. This study uses a qualitative method with a constructivist paradigm approach, where the truth of social reality is seen as a result of social construction. The truth of social reality is relative/compound and has different meanings for each person. This study aims to find the position of women in power relations by looking at the structure of the Ronggeng performance.</span></em></p> Ela Mutiara Waluya Copyright (c) 2022-08-05 2022-08-05 19 1 54 63 10.31849/jib.v19i1.10874