An Analysis of Code Mixing Used in Critical Eleven and Taken Movies : A Comparative Study between Native and Non Native Speakers

Dewi, Rochmah Irfanilasari (2018) An Analysis of Code Mixing Used in Critical Eleven and Taken Movies : A Comparative Study between Native and Non Native Speakers. Other thesis, Wijaya Kusuma Surabaya University.

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Dewi, Rochmah Irfanilasari. 2018. “An Analysis of Code Mixing Used in Critical Eleven and Taken Movies : A Comparative Study between Native and Non Native Speakers”. English Department, Language and Science Faculty, Wijaya Kusuma Surabaya University. First Advisor : Dr. Ribut Surjowati, M.Pd. Second Advisor : Drs. H. Heru Wibowo, M.Pd. Keywords: Sociolinguistics, Code Mixing, Native and Non-Native Speakers The study is aimed to describe the different types of code mixing and the different reason used by two different movies (Critical Eleven and Taken). In this study, the writer uses a qualitative method to analyze the data, explain the related theory to code mixing and collect the data from video to the written transcription. Referring to the theory according to Miles and Huberman (1994), the data classified into the types of code mixing. The result of this study showed that native and non-native speakers in Critical Eleven and Taken movie mostly used the first type of code mixing called insertion but in a different frequency. Also it showed the reasons of the characters mixed their language are because of personal reason or intention such as not having appropriate words, willing to feel comfortable, keeping a secret and clarifying a talk.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Sociolinguistics, Code Mixing, Native and Non Native Speakers
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Language and Science > English Language Education Study Program
Depositing User: Rochmah Irfanilasari Dewi
Date Deposited: 03 Sep 2018 04:27
Last Modified: 03 Sep 2018 04:27
URI: http://erepository.uwks.ac.id/id/eprint/1564

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