GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran <p><strong><em>GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia (P-ISSN:&nbsp;</em></strong><a href="https://issn.lipi.go.id/terbit/detail/1569808947"><strong><em>2714-8955</em></strong></a><strong><em>&nbsp;&amp; E-ISSN:&nbsp;</em></strong><a href="https://issn.lipi.go.id/terbit/detail/1578629698"><strong><em>2715-9132</em></strong></a><strong><em>)</em></strong><em> is an open-access research journal published by the Indonesian Language Education Study Program, Faculty of Tarbiyah, Institut Agama Islam Negeri Madura in collaboration with the <a href="https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JxVmNm82Mv5LktWpu0uiVi8gZ0SK4T8O/view?usp=sharing">Association of Indonesian Language Education Study Program (IPTABI)</a>. This journal publishes conceptual and research-based articles in linguistics, literature, and teaching written in Indonesian or English. This journal is published twice a year, namely in January and July. GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia provides a platform for researchers, academics, professionals, practitioners, and students to provide and share knowledge through empirical and theoretical research papers on linguistics, literature, and teaching. Users are permitted to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search for, or link to articles or use them for other lawful purposes without first asking permission from the publisher or author.</em></p> Tadris Bahasa Indonesia, Fakultas Tarbiyah, Institut Agama Islam Negeri Madura en-US GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia 2714-8955 <p>Ghancaran: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia uses an Open Access Policy under the <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/" rel="license">Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License</a><strong>.</strong> Authors publishing in this journal agree to the following terms:&nbsp;</p> <ol> <li class="show">Ghancaran Journal holds the copyright and grants the journal rights for first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/" rel="license"><img style="border-width: 0;" src="https://i.creativecommons.org/l/by-sa/4.0/88x31.png" alt="Creative Commons License"></a>&nbsp;<br>The work is distributed under <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/" rel="license">Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License</a> which allows others to share, copy, and redistribute the material in any media or format and adapt, remix, change, and develop the material even for commercial purposes, as long as it is stated credit and license derivative works under similar terms.</li> <li class="show">Authors may make additional contractual arrangements for non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published work version.</li> <li class="show">Authors are permitted to post their work online (e.g., in institutional repositories or on their websites) before and during submission, as doing so may lead to productive exchange.</li> </ol> Expressive Speech Acts in the Introductory Discourse of Online Dating Tinder in Malaysia https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran/article/view/10400 <p>Tinder is a popular social media platform that is widely used in Malaysia. This research aims to describe the form of expressive speech acts in the introductory discourse of the online dating media Tinder in Malaysia. This type of research employed a qualitative descriptive technique. The data used consists of words or phrases with expressive speech acts. The data source for this research is chats used by netizens on the online dating application Tinder in Malaysia. The research's method of collecting data involved listening, taking notes, and documenting. The data analysis method used in this research is the intralingual and extra-lingual matching method. The findings indicated that numerous expressive speech acts were included in the Tinder introduction application used in Malaysia. Expressive speech acts are speech acts that function to express or show the speaker's psychological attitude towards a situation, such as congratulating, apologizing, thanking, blaming, praising, blaming, forgiving, and condoling The expressive speech acts found were 33% of the expressive speech acts of praise, 21% of the expressive speech acts of congratulations or greetings, 12% of the expressive speech acts of apologizing, 12% of the expressive speech acts of praying, and 13% of the expressive speech acts of admiration. The frequency of expressive speech acts of praising is 33%, whereas that of apologizing is 12%. The results showed that the form of praise is the most dominant expressive speech act. Therefore, it can be concluded that speakers in Tinder media use expressions of&nbsp;praise to attract interest in interlocutors and engage in conversation.</p> Himatus Sya’adah Harun Joko Prayitno Atiqa Sabardila Eko Purnomo Copyright (c) 2024 GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-29 2024-01-29 5 2 225—241 225—241 10.19105/ghancaran.v5i2.10400 Isinga: Objectification and Abjection in Women https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran/article/view/8753 <p><em>Isinga</em> (2015) by Dorothea Rosa Herliany tells about the downturn of women so that they often become objects of the patriarchal system adopted by the local culture as well as the potential to cause abjection of female figures. This study attempts to analyze <em>Isinga</em> (2015) with Kristeva's perspective on abjection and Calogero's objectification of women. By using qualitative methods, this study used a feminist approach to see gender inequality in the novel. The results obtained from this study are that Irewa experienced objectification, which then continued to become an abjection. Irewa's objectification occurred because her husband, Malom, made her a sexual object. Jingi only received abjection since she was born because she was born with twins with Irewa, one of whom had to be thrown away so that the village would not be in danger.<em>Isinga</em> (2015) by Dorothea Rosa Herliany tells about the downturn of women so that they often become objects of the patriarchal system adopted by the local culture as well as the potential to cause abjection of female figures. This study attempts to analyze <em>Isinga</em> (2015) with Kristeva's perspective on abjection and Calogero's objectification of women. By using qualitative methods, this study used a feminist approach to see gender inequality in the novel. The results obtained from this study are that Irewa experienced objectification, which then continued to become an abjection. Irewa's objectification occurred because her husband, Malom, made her a sexual object. Jingi only received abjection since she was born because she was born with twins with Irewa, one of whom had to be thrown away so that the village would not be in danger.</p> Abu Wafa Ramayda Akmal Copyright (c) 2024 GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-29 2024-01-29 5 2 242—259 242—259 10.19105/ghancaran.v5i2.8753 Madurese Language Speech Levels and Affixes Analysis of Madurese Folktales Told by Hasan Sasra https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran/article/view/8990 <p>In Indonesia, each ethnic group has its local languages to communicate with one another. The Madurese language stands out among the numerous local languages spoken by diverse ethnic groups in Indonesia due to its uniqueness. Affixes analysis uses in this research to identify how the words form in Madurese Folktales conversations told <em>by Muhammad Hasan Sasra, they are Pa’ Sakèra, Bhindhârâ Sa`ot, Kè Moko, Bhângsa Cara, Raghâ Padmi, Arè’ Madhurâ, Sombhâr Aèng Mata, Makamma Sayid Maulana Yusuf, Perrèng Sojjhinna Kè Rabâ,</em> and <em>Kè Lèsap</em>. The objectives of this research are (1) describing the many speech levels of the Madurese language, specifically in Madurese Folktales. (2) identifying the form and the dominant of the affixation used in Madurese Folktale's conversations. The kind of this research is qualitative descriptive; the objects of this study are nine Madurese Folktales. The method used was library research and observation. The result of this study shows that there are three speech levels throughout the Madurese language, which are <em>Énjé</em><em>’ Iyéh, Énggê Éntén</em>, and <em>Enggi Buntén</em>. While the affixation analysis, it was found 13 prefixes (a-, n-, pa-, ka-, m-, è-, ny-, ng-, sa-, ka-, ta-, p-, and k-) and 12 suffixes (–ân, -an, -na, -a, -eng/-na, -nga, -è, -aghi, -i, -â, -e, and –èpon/-na). The three dominants of the affixation are a- , è- , and ny- of a prefix, and for suffixes are –na, -a, and –an.</p> Wahab Syakhirul Alim Muslifah Muslifah Corina Ellizah Khoirul Umam Hasbiy Copyright (c) 2024 GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-29 2024-01-29 5 2 260—273 260—273 10.19105/ghancaran.v5i2.8990 Morphological Processes of The Buginese Language in Palu https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran/article/view/10661 <p>This morphology of the Buginese language research aimed to describe the forms of nouns, verbs, and adjectives in the Buginese language in Palu. &nbsp;This research used a descriptive-qualitative method. The data source for this research was the oral text. The techniques of data collection were observation technique, followed by the involved conversation observation technique, the uninvolved conversation observation technique, note-taking and recording techniques. &nbsp;The data were analyzed using matching technique and distributional technique. The results showed that the noun form of the Buginese language consists of basic nouns in concrete form as well as derivative nouns of affixation, reduplication, and compounding noun. Meanwhile, the Buginese verb form consists of basic material and mental verbs, as well as affixation, reduplication, and compounding verbs. In the Buginese language, adjective forms include the basic adjectives of color, size, time, and perception, as well as the derivative adjectives of affixation, reduplication, and compounding.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Yunidar Yunidar Dian Safitri Muhammad Ahsan Samad Copyright (c) 2024 GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-29 2024-01-29 5 2 274—288 274—288 10.19105/ghancaran.v5i2.10661 Gagasan Modernitas dalam Pers Islam di Hindia Belanda Awal Abad XX (1915—1934) https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran/article/view/9781 <p>In the early 20th century, the idea of modernity emerged and continued to evolve in the press, including Islamic press. Interestingly, as part of the expression of the Muslim movement, the concept of modernity was represented distinctively. This research aims to investigate the linguistic expression in the Islamic press and link it to the concept of modernity that emerged in the early 20th century. The approach employed in this research is qualitative, with a corpus linguistic method used to collect and interpret data. The data consists of eight newspapers published between 1915 and 1934: <em>Oetoesan Islam, Sinar Islam, Insjaf, Sawoenggaling, Al Qisthaus, Mata-Hari, Lembaga Baroe,</em> and <em>Pewarta Arab</em>. Findings from this research include, firstly, 25 words expressing modernity, such as: <em>orang, bangsa, kaoem, golongan, pergerakan, kemadjoean, perhimpoenan, kemerdikaän, studieclub, merdeka, kemerdekaan, peladjaran, pengadjaran, sekolah, sekolahan, mempeladjari, kepandaian, beladjar, soerat, kabar, toelisan, hoeroef, membatja, menoelis</em> dan <em>penoelis</em> which have a significant frequency. Secondly, based on the exploration of these words, four concepts of modernity are reflected in the early 20th-century Islamic press: (1) the idea of modern education as a path to progress; (2) the concept of nationalism and awareness in organising for independence; (3) the idea of economic welfare; and (4) the importance of literacy, newspapers, and criticism of Latinization.</p> Makyun Subuki Rosida Erowati Neneng Nurjanah Syihaabul Hudaa Copyright (c) 2024 GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-29 2024-01-29 5 2 289—308 289—308 10.19105/ghancaran.v5i2.9781 Kekerabatan Bahasa Jawa Serang dengan Bahasa Jawa Surabaya (Kajian Leksikostatistik) https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran/article/view/9653 <p>A language certainly has a relationship with other languages, even though they are related, there will definitely be differences in vocabulary, grammar, and so on. The aim of this research is to determine the percentage of kinship and separation time between Serang Javanese and Surabaya Javanese from their parent languages. This research was conducted using qualitative and quantitative descriptive methods with lexicostatistical methods. The data source comes from informants who are native speakers of Serang Javanese and Surabaya Javanese using 200 Swadesh vocabulary. Collecting data using basic listening techniques, skillful listening, recording and note-taking techniques. The results show that Serang Javanese and Surabaya Javanese are at the same language level as seen from the percentage obtained, namely 83%, so both are included in dialects. This kinship can be seen from the similarity of 130 identical vocabularies and 36 sound correspondences. These two languages separated 347—428 or around 1,676 to 1,595 years ago starting from the time this research was conducted, namely in 2023.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Nadofah Nadofah Lia Andriani Khusnul Yuliyanti Asep Muhyidin Copyright (c) 2024 GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-29 2024-01-29 5 2 309—322 309—322 10.19105/ghancaran.v5i2.9653 Representasi Konflik Aceh dalam Cerpen Kontemporer Pascaperjanjian Damai https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran/article/view/8629 <p>This study aims to examine the representation of the Aceh conflict in Raisa Kamila’s short stories <em>Mati Lampu</em> and <em>Cerita dari Cot Panglima</em>, published in 2020. The research used a qualitative descriptive method, with data collection carried out though library research and note-taking techniques. A sociological approach to literature was employed, alongside the application of Hall’s concept of representation. The results show that <em>Mati Lampu</em> represents the Aceh conflict as daily events filled with threats and alarms. In contrast, <em>Cerita dari Cot Panglima</em>, portrays the conflict as depriving civilians of security and fostering sentiments against the Javanese ethnicity.</p> Syifa Ul Qalbi Yeti Mulyati Copyright (c) 2024 GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-29 2024-01-29 5 2 323—337 323—337 10.19105/ghancaran.v5i2.8629 Pemetaan Aksara-Silabel Berbasis Grafem Aksara Bali dalam Kamus Bali – Indonesia Beraksara Latin dan Bali Tahun 2016 https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran/article/view/9899 <p>The representation of syllables, which are realized through akshara, often gives rise to ambiguity in their phonological mapping, consequently impacting reading and writing performance.The objective of this study is to describe how syllables are represented by Balinese script graphemes within Balinese-Indonesian dictionaries with Latin and Balinese scripts in 2016. The list of Balinese script entries that make up the Balinese – Indonesian Latin and Balinese Dictionary totals 16,162. The graphemic analysis of each basic shape of the Balinese script (specifically the <em>Wreastra</em> type) employed in the entries is conducted based on linguistic value criteria from Meletis (2019). The validated Balinese script represents language units at the hidden syllable level, allowing for the analysis of phonological syllable structure information based on the Balinese syllable pattern. The research findings indicate that the Balinese script graphemes represent syllables using CV and V patterns. &nbsp;The Balinese script grapheme that represents CV (/Ca/ and /Cә/) is realized by the main consonant grapheme group and its paired variant. &nbsp;Syllables with a V pattern, on the other hand, are formed through a combination of free graphemes representing glottal stop consonants (/ha/) and bound graphemes in the form of diacritics used for vowel markers other than attached vowels, that is<em> ulu</em> /i/, <em>pepet</em> /ǝ/, <em>taleng</em> /e/, <em>taleng tedong</em> /o/, and <em>suku</em> /u/.</p> I Ketut Paramarta I Nengah Martha SG. Laksmi Widi Candra Astiti Copyright (c) 2024 GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-29 2024-01-29 5 2 338—351 338—351 10.19105/ghancaran.v5i2.9899 Human Abuse of Nature and Ecological Repentance in Two Selected Short Stories in Kompas: An Ecocritical Reading https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran/article/view/9828 <p>This study aims to describe the imagination of environmental crisis which refers to water and land as the givers of life, nature as an object controlled by humans, the imagination of ecological repentance by the characters, and apocalyptic narratives in literary works. The data source for this research is the two short stories "Ia Tahu Cara Memusnahkannya” by Sandi Firly (2021) and the short story "Simuladistopiakoronakra" by Seno Gumira Ajidarma (2020) with the theme of the environment and epidemics. Using qualitative methods which are commonly applied in the study of literary texts, the research data was collected through library study. An eco-critical perspective is used in dissecting the issues of environmental damage and epidemics that are represented in the two short stories. The results show that nature is imagined as life-giving especially water and land. Next, nature is depicted as an object controlled by humans. Finally, the two short stories represent the imagination of the apocalypse and the characters’ represent. The results of this research may help readers to reflect on ecological conversion through these two short stories.</p> Regina Dhea Caesarine Fransiska Ericha Novita Dewi Copyright (c) 2024 GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-29 2024-01-29 5 2 352—368 352—368 10.19105/ghancaran.v5i2.9828 Caring for Nature but Marginalizing Women: A Study of Ecofeminism in The Children Drama Script “Kerajaan Burung” By Saini Km https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran/article/view/10983 <p>“Kerajaan Burung” is a drama script about children written by Saini KM which won a children drama script writing contest in 1980. This drama script was popular to be performed by many children theatre community since it was published firstly due to ecology pedagogical values. Besides its values, the drama script has hidden ecofeminism discourses. This research aimed to investigate those discourses.&nbsp; This research was descriptive qualitative research which applies reading, noting, and data card techniques in collecting the data. The theory of ecofeminism has been applied in analyzing the patriarchal perspective of anthropocentrism toward nature and women. The data of the research were words, sentences, dialogues, performance explanations (<em>didaskali</em>), and discourses related to ecofeminism. The source of the research data was the drama script “Kerajaan Burung” written by Saini KM. The analysis results showed that literary work written by male writers which talk about nature conservation cannot be freed by gender bias about ecology. The naming of the main character, Kiku, which is not followed by detailed characterization causes selection of the actress in theatre performances. This finding affirmed the idea that responsibility toward environmental damage and nature conservation is women's duty. Women are people who are often mocked by the patriarchal system applied in society.</p> Eka Yusriansyah Nasrullah Nasrullah Awang Azman Awang Pawi Copyright (c) 2024 GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-29 2024-01-29 5 2 369—381 369—381 10.19105/ghancaran.v5i2.10983 Technology Integration in BIPA Learning for Beginner Thai Students https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran/article/view/11054 <p>Learning Indonesian is very important for Thais who are interested in learning the language to meet the needs of the learners. In addition, the barriers to entry are very limited, resulting in the inability to attend face-to-face classes. Therefore, today's technology is very important in helping teachers and students study anywhere, anytime. This research aims to describe and illustrate the process of learning Indonesian for Thai speakers in Indonesia. The main focus is BIPA, which integrates with technology for Thai speakers. This research is motivated by Indonesia's increasingly high economic growth, which has caused the interest of multinational companies from Thailand to do business in Indonesia. In line with this, the interest and enthusiasm of Thai speakers in learning Indonesian is increasing. The method used in this research was qualitative with the Miles &amp; Huberman interactive model data analysis technique. The data in this research were collected from observations of Indonesian language teaching activities from a sample group of students four Thai speakers who were not able to speak Indonesian yet, to be able to communicate with Indonesian people daily. The research results showed that learning was carried out by utilizing technology in the form of digital applications used in beginner-level BIPA learning, such as Zoom Meeting, Google Meet, Canva, and GoodNote. It was discovered that integrating technology during learning activities can help in teaching, making it more comfortable and allowing to learn anywhere, at any time, and make learning effective. The obstacles in learning include the availability of signals to access learning media.</p> Wichayanee Inthase Imam Suyitno Gatut Susanto Copyright (c) 2024 GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-29 2024-01-29 5 2 382—397 382—397 10.19105/ghancaran.v5i2.11054 Pengaruh Media Infografis dalam Penulisan Teks Pidato Persuasif Berdasarkan Gender Kelas IX SMPIT Ibnu Khaldun https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran/article/view/10663 <p>Infographic media is one of the latest learning media that can be utilized in language learning with various advantages, including: presenting important information in a simple form; having visual elements; presented in one whole picture. Previous research mentioned that infographics can increase interest and writing ability. Therefore, this study aims to observe the effect of the media on persuasive speech text writing with a one group pretest-postest research method involving 113 students in grade IX of SMPIT Ibnu Khaldun in 2023/2024. The results showed that infographics could not improve the ability to write persuasive speech texts compared to video media. The results also mentioned that there was a difference in ability between males and females in writing persuasive speech texts. However, learners felt that infographics made it easier for them to see and develop ideas for writing.</p> Rizqi Aji Pratama Aghnia Syadza Copyright (c) 2024 GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-29 2024-01-29 5 2 398—416 398—416 10.19105/ghancaran.v5i2.10663 Manifestations of Folklore in Literature Learning: Comparative Study of Indonesia & Russia https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran/article/view/12032 <p>Language and literature learning is closely related to character values ​​instilling to students. Character cultivation can be conveyed through literary works. Literary works containing character values not only come from Indonesian local culture, but it also folktales from Russian. This article aims to investigate the process of cultivating character education through learning literature containing folklore. The formal object of research was cultural theory with a comparative perspective. The material objects were the Damarwulan Folklore (Indonesia) and Цветок папоротника (Tsvetok Paporotnika or Fern Flower) folktale. Data that was taken were in the form of words, sentences, and paragraphs in Indonesian &amp; Russian folktales. Data collection techniques in this research used reading and note-taking. The data analysis technique used in this research is to identify the research focus, interpret the data hermeneutically, and generalize the findings. The results of the research show that Indonesian and Russian folklore have relevant values, both among humans, oneself and nature.</p> Erika Kurniawati Elena Dimitruk Anna Buchelnikova Darni Darni Agik Nur Efendi Reny Yuanita Sari Copyright (c) 2024 GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-29 2024-01-29 5 2 417—433 417—433 10.19105/ghancaran.v5i2.12032 Matrilineal Marriage System in AR Rizal's Novel Limpapeh: A Literary Socio-anthropology Study https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran/article/view/11414 <p>This research is motivated by the existence of a unique marriage system in the matrilineal tradition in Minangkabau society which is found in local Minangkabau color novels. Based on this background, this research examines the form of marital relations in local color novels in Minangkabau as a matrilineal tradition. The novel studied in this research is the novel <em>Limpapeh</em> by AR Rizal. Regarding the matrilineal marriage system, it is worth researching because since the era of modern literature in Indonesia, Minangkabau literature has been famous for ironic stories related to marriage and customs. After reform through his novel, AR Rizal displays the current state of society with a marriage system that still maintains the system of the past and is still often found in the reality of today's society even though it is only expressed in the form of works of fiction. This research is a qualitative research using the content analysis method. The results of this research show that the forms of the marriage system in the novel <em>Limpapeh</em> by AR Rizal are marriages within the tribe, marriages outside the tribe, and marriages using the traditional system of collecting money. These three things are unique to Minangkabau traditions and customs which are still maintained today and are expressed in novels as literary works. &nbsp;The benefits of this research are theoretically useful for multidisciplinary research in literary research, namely studying literary anthropology as a combination of literary science, sociology and anthropology. Practically it can be a reference for other researchers and a further basis for further research.</p> Zulfitriyani Zulfitriyani Fahruddin Fahruddin Reno Wulan Sari Copyright (c) 2024 GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-29 2024-01-29 5 2 434—453 434—453 10.19105/ghancaran.v5i2.11414 Child Rape Cases in News Text: Sara Mills’ Critical Discourse Analysis https://ejournal.iainmadura.ac.id/index.php/ghancaran/article/view/11971 <p>Sexual violence against children has become a world problem that can occur anytime, anywhere, and be carried out by anyone, and the number of cases is increasing continuously. This phenomenon is a critical problem because child victims who are still in the phase of adolescence can be at risk of disrupting the child's growth and development process and changing the child's behavior. This study aims to analyze news articles on child rape cases in the online media portal Liputan6.com and Merdeka.com using the Critical Discourse Analysis approach, specifically the Sara Mills model. This study employs qualitative research with a descriptive qualitative approach. The data utilized consists of news articles on child rape published on the online news portals Liputan6.com and Merdeka.com. The Critical Discourse Analysis by Sara Mills is employed to comprehend the language construction and ideologies of these articles. The findings of this study are that the subject-object position in the two news discourses reveals that girls are positioned as objects and journalists and third person as subjects. Then, the Writer-Reader Position in Liputan6.com's news discourse reveals that the writer is the subject and the reader is positioned as the reader acts as the perpetrator, while in the Merdeka.com news discourse, it is revealed that the writer places women as subjects and men as objects. Readers are positioned as women, and the author views the audience as women. In this research, three strategies for presenting victims of sexual harassment were also found, namely character, focalization, and schemata (scheme).</p> Syifa Shafira Azzahra Edi Dwi Riyanto Nadya Afdholy Nur Shafa Salsabila Copyright (c) 2024 GHANCARAN: Jurnal Pendidikan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2024-01-29 2024-01-29 5 2 454—467 454—467 10.19105/ghancaran.v5i2.11971