Lexicon in Batar text: Ecolinguistics view
This research aimed to describe the ideology and the meaning of lexicons used in the text of Batar that found in Mallaca society, East Nusa Tenggara- Indonesia. The basic theory applied in this research was an Ecolinguistics theory with three logical dimensions (ideological, biological, and sociological). In addition, the cultural-linguistic theory was also applied. The approach used in the current research was qualitative descriptive. In collecting data, fieldwork methods were used. On the other hand, methods of participatory observation, interviews, and triangulation were also applied to obtain data. The results have shown that the ideologies laid behind the lexicon were ideologies of hope for rain, the ideology of successfulness in the process of planting, and the ideology of a hope that the harvest will be abundant. The meanings behind the use of the text were stylistic meanings, affective meanings, reflexive meanings, religious meanings, social meanings, and collective meanings.
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