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This is my research about the development of language in modern era. Alhamdulillah I have passed and got the great score bcs of this research :)

This is my research about the development of language in modern era. Alhamdulillah I have passed and got the great score bcs of this research :)

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  • Language Development in Modern EraIn everyday life every people can not be separated from the use of language. Withlanguage someone can expresses ideas, thoughts, and desires in expression andinformation. Have you ever heard a strange language that is often asked in this era,especially among the youth? They have spoken using the slang language, better known„bahasa gaul‟. As the development of slang in this era, making Indonesia languageeroded its position among teenagers. This makes the experts began to fret be fading ofIndonesia language. “Alarming the erosion of Indonesia language and right in the midstof globalization. The tendency of the community or the students use the language ineveryday speech higher. And the more severe the growing slang that confuses the locallanguage, Indonesian, and English”, Ismail Kusmayadi (Pikiran Rakyat, 2006) said.I have done some research that teenagers tend to create their own language. In this case,they have been influenced by the presence of a vibrant film published by using slang,and from the novel was read, so that they were emulating even they embellished andpractice it. Using slang language also as a symbol of closeness. Some examples as asymbol of closeness are „berow, are you going to the party?‟ and „bi, have you eaten?‟.Both examples based of my experience when I was talking with my best friends. Berowand bi as a symbol how close our best friend relationship.However, many of those who oppose this language which is popular among teenagers.Head of East Java Language Department of National Education (MONE) RI, AmirMahmud, in Jakarta, stated that as a lingua franca, slang development was very rapid. Itis feared it adversely affected the Indonesian. Slang grows and develops in accordancewith the socio-cultural background of the wearer. "This is the behavior and language is 1
  • universal," he added. Slang language also resulted in fading local languages that exist ineach region. Teens felt ashamed when they have to speak using their local language, justbecause they think that now is the modern era, they competed in giving themselves inslang language. This is an important concern for the government to Indonesian defense.One of the sites I have found, was introduced „watch Wayang in Indonesia language‟.Wayang already famous in Indonesia, and we have known that wayang delivered byJava language. In my view, aired wayang in Indonesia language is incredible andstrenghthen the use of Indonesia language for our daily life. “There are a negative andpositive impact about the growing languange. The negative impact is fading Indonesianregional language especially among teens, while the positive impact is that there arevariations in the language (Tami Saosang, 20 years in age, one of the instructure in MyLiberty Course Gorontalo)”.The usage of Indonesia language in daily life began to shift replaced by the use oflanguage, known as teen slang. Interference slang sometimes arise in the use of theIndonesian language in official circumstances which resulted in the use of language thatis not good and not right. Meanwhile, slang language as a creativity in language amongteens. As revealed by Oemarjati that as a source of enrichment Indonesian (within themeaning of new vocabulary), teen slang obviously more creative, more agile andpleasant than outright borrowing foreign terms. 2
  • BibliographyYurnaldi. (2010). Menonton wayang dalam bahasa Indonesia. Retrieved November 10,2012, from Kompas.com:http://oase.kompas.com/read/2010/07/22/22362554/Menonton.Wayang.dalam.Bahasa.Indonesia(Editor), A. (2009). Bahasa prokem bisa perburuk bahasa Indonesia. RetrievedNovember 10th, 2012, from Kompas.com:http://oase.kompas.com/read/2009/06/25/12021667/Bahasa.Prokem.Bisa.Perburuk.Bahasa.IndonesiaSaosang, T. (2012, November 17th). Language development in modern era. (D. A.Hamid, Interviewer)Yudono, J. (2009). Bahasa gaul tantangan berat bahasa Indonesia. RetrievedNovember 12th, 2012, from Kompas.com:http://oase.kompas.com/read/2009/10/15/22135929/Bahasa.Gaul.Tantangan.Berat.Pengembangan.Bahasa.IndonesiaOktora, S. (2009). Bahasa Indonesia makin kuat, bahasa daerah gonjang-ganjing.Retrieved November 13th, 2012, from Kompas.com:http://edukasi.kompas.com/read/2009/12/17/16043677/Bahasa.Indonesia.Makin.Kuat..Bahasa.Daerah.Gonjang-Ganjing 3
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