METAPHOR AND METAPHORICAL EXPRESSION OF DEATH IN WORDSWORTH DICTIONARY OF QUOTATION EDITED BY CONNIE ROBERTSON

AHMAD MANSUR, NIM. 09150091 (2017) METAPHOR AND METAPHORICAL EXPRESSION OF DEATH IN WORDSWORTH DICTIONARY OF QUOTATION EDITED BY CONNIE ROBERTSON. Skripsi thesis, UIN SUNAN KALIJAGA YOGYAKARTA.

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Abstract

This research intends to describe the relation between the human’s cognition of the word death through metaphor and metaphorical expression of English native. The data is taken based on Wordsworth Dictionary of Quotation edited by Connie Robertson. The quotation is powerful word from well-known people representing human’s thought. To seek data, this writer employs qualitative research, documentation method. This ignores number prioritizing number and puts the depth concepts of certain cases in the data classifications. Also, it uses Lakoff and Johnson (1980) to classify the metaphor forms whilst Halley’s formulation (in Wahab, 1991: 86) is applied to determine target domain and source domain. The findings are as follows: First, the words that realize death as target domain in Wordsworth Dictionary of Quotation can be classified into; (1) metaphor: colors, cure, nothing, anything, and privilege. (2) metaphor expression: doing something (open, provide, stops, approach, stands, and lies), and feelings (fear, pleasure, and proud). Second, the concept of source domains in Wordsworth Dictionary of Quotation that found in metaphor of death in this book is human, being, object, and substance. Human is the highest proportion in the data at 8 whilst the smallest proportion is substance with single data. Human is the overwhelming data since the death is described with the quality, act, and respond. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendiskripsikan hubungan antara kognisi penutur Bahasa Inggris mengenai kata kematian melalui metafora dan ungkapan metaforis. Data diambil dari Wordsworth Dictionary of Quotation edited by Connie Robertson. Penulis memilih data kutipan dikarenakan kutipan merupakan kata yang berdaya kuat dari orang berpengaruh dan mewakili perasaan manusia. Selanjutnya, penelitian kualitatif ini menggunakan metode dokumentasi sekaligus memperioritaskan klasifikasi data daripada jumlah item. Dalam mengalisis data, penulis memakai bentuk metafora dari Lakoff dan Johnson (1980) dan didukung oleh klasifikasi Haley (dalam Wahab, 1991: 86) untuk memilah ranah target dan ranah sumber. Hasil penelitian sebagai berikut: Pertama, realisasi kata kematian dalam Wordsworth Dictionary of Quotation edited by Connie Robertson adalah (1) metafora: warna, obat, tidak bernilai, apapun, dan keistimewaan, (2) ungkapan metaforis: melakukan sesuatu, seperti membuka, menyediakan, berhenti, mendekat, berdiri, dan berbaring, dan perasaan seperti ketakutan, kebanggan, dan kepuasan. Kedua, ranah sumber kata kematian dalam Wordsworth Dictionary of Quotation terklasifikasi dalam empat ranah; human, being, object, dan substance. Ranah human menempati urutan teratas karena kematian diasosiasikan laiknya manusia (kualitas, aksi, dan reaksi), sedangkan terendah adalah ranah substance hanya dengan satu data temuan.

Item Type: Thesis (Skripsi)
Additional Information / Pembimbing: Bambang Hariyanto, S.S., MA.,
Uncontrolled Keywords: quotation, death, cognition, and metaphor-metaphorical expression, kutipan, kematian, kognisi, dan metafora-ungkapan metaforis.
Subjects: Sastra Inggris
Divisions: Fakultas Adab dan Ilmu Budaya > Sastra Inggris (S1)
Depositing User / Editor: H. Zaenal Arifin, S.Sos.I., S.IPI.
Date Deposited: 17 Oct 2017 03:52
Last Modified: 17 Oct 2017 03:52
URI: http://digilib.uin-suka.ac.id/id/eprint/27543

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