How Does a Speaker Maintain Her Local Language in a Multilingual Speech Society? A Case Study of a Sasak Girl Staying in Central Java


It is generally known that some people can live in one place in their entire live while some others are not. In line with this condition, moving to a new place affect their live including their language. In regard to this situation, this paper aims to find out how a Sasak girl maintains her local language a multilingual speech society. This study was conducted by using qualitative study in the form of case study. The data were collected through observation, recording, and interview while interactive model (data reduction, data display, and drawing conclusion or verification) were used to analyze the data. At the end, the findings and discussions were also reviewed.

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Nurun Hidayati, Sebelas Maret University, Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education, Indonesia

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Conference: ACEID2017
Stream: Multilingual societies

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