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Sampeyan tiyang Jawi ? (Are you a Javanese?)

Sampeyan tiyang Jawi ? (Are you a Javanese?)

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  1. SampeyantiyangJawi? (Are you a Javanese?) Chapter Comparison Ch.13 & Ch.2

  2. Bahasa Indonesia as a vehicle of state discourse as well as a mode of talk between Indonesians. Language control the popular opinion (doxa) of state’s national  Roland Barthes (Cp.13: p.272)

  3. STATE SYSTEM AND STATE IDEA Bahasa Indonesia unattached to any politically salient ethnic native-speaking community. It is related to the institutional infrastructure of the Indonesian state  index of Indonesia’s derivativeness of a Dutch colonial project and mostly the effectiveness of ongoing state sponsored, state-legitimizing programs of national development (pembangunannasional)

  4. Errington’s work aimed to locate Indonesian within the state system, and how it mediate the state-idea of development • Issues identified: • Local autonomy  since 1998 • Javanese language (as the largest and dominant ethno linguistic group) vs Indonesian • Javanese as honorific language (it’s a form of rhetoric among state officer) • Language of ‘PRIYAYI’ • BahasaIndonesia as the only ‘LINGUA FRANCA’?

  5. Pembangunan as a top-down process Gellner calls the deception and self-deception of nationalism. National language is a form of promoting cultural and linguistic homogeneity Debate on how state language development bring a pernicious (merugikan) side effects on Javanese lingustic and cultural heritage. Why Javanese? Look at IRVINE (Ch.2)

  6. Socio linguistic structure of the Javanese language

  7. Esoteric registers of spoken and written Javanese that have long been associated with a colonial nobel elite, the PRIYAYI • IRVINE  Javanese as honorific language • higher levels (krama) • lower/middle levels (ngoko/madya) • New Order Indonesia  Javanese-dominated • The power of courtly circles in formerly royal polities of Jogjakarta and Surakarta