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Title: Typology of Code-Mixing in EFL Learners' Facebook Chatting Transcripts
Authors: Yulianingsih, Ruth Victoria Ima
Keywords: computer-medited communication (CMC);code-switching;code-mixing;typology of code-mixing
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris FBS-UKSW
Abstract: The existence of Fcebook as a social media networking in the internet raisedup a new phenomenon toward the language use in a conversation alled Computer-Mediate Comunication (CMC). CMC refers to comunication produced when humansinterect with one another using computers (Herring, 2001). language in CMC is treated as half-talking and half-writing since it shared some similarities of the both feature. This condition then leads into the occurrence of spoken discourse phenomenon in CMC, which was called as code mixing. Code-Mixing refers to "all cases where lexical items and grammatical features from two languages appear in one sentence," (Muysken, 2000, p. 1). This study was aimed to find out the types of code-mixing on Facebook chatting transcripts of 10 English Departement students batch 2011 from Satya Wacana Chritian University, Salatiga, Indonesia. The data collected were analyzed by using the typology of code-mixing frameworks as proposed by muysken (2000). Findings showeds that all of the typology of code-mixing such as: insertion, alternation, and congruent lexicalization were all found in the participants' chatting scripts. From 71 instances analyzed, 60 instances (84.50%) corresponded as insertion, 9 instances (12.68%) were categorized as alternation, and 2 instances (2.82%) were classified as congruent lexicalization.
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/10453
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