An Analysis of Stylistic On Djaga Depari’s Songs Lyrics: Sociolinguistics Study
Tarigan, Atmaja Paulus
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This research studies about types of language style which are used in Djaga Depari’s songs lyrics. This research is focused on five types of language styles and the most dominant of language styles used in Djaga Depari’s songs lyrics. There are ten songs and one hundred eighteen become samples in this research which apply Ruby Payne theory (1995) about five types of language style, they are: frozen, formal, consultative, casual and intimate. The writer analyzed five types of language style in one hundred eighteen lyrics of Djaga Depari’s songs. As the result of the analysis, the writer found three types of language style are used in one hundred eighteen lyrics of Djaga Depari’s songs and two style were not found at all, they are frozen and intimate. These two style were not implemented in one hundred eighteen lyrics of Djaga Depari’s songs. The most dominant style is consultative style because most of the lyrics are composed to advice, remind, and invitation. The lyric implicate with experience, emotion, or eagerness. Thus, the writer gives suggestion to the readers, student of English Department, and the other composers who are interested in writing or composing a song to use language style when create the sentence and get better sentence as Djaga Depari had reached.
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