Wijaya, Ailiati (1999) Kinship terms of address of Hing Hwa Chinese Indonesian as spoken by plus-one generation and zero generation in Surabaya. Bachelor thesis, Petra Christian University.Full text not available from this repository.
This thesis is a case study and field research which study the kinship terms of address of Hing Hwa Chinese Indonesian in Surabaya. In Chinese communities there are many ethnic groups and each ethnic group has its own tradition, dilalect, and kinship system, such as Cantonese, Hakka, Teo-Ciu, Cuan Ciu and Hing Hwa. In this study, the researcher chooses the Hing Hwa Chinese Indonesian because she is interested in knowing the kinship system in Hing Hwa, besides she is also a Hing Hwa Chinese Indonesian herself. The writer carries out a research for her thesis entitled The Kinship Terms Of Address Of Hing Hwa Chinese Indonesian As Spoken By Plus-One Generation And Zero Generation which the respondents are linuted only in writer's families who stay in Surabaya. The problems which come up in this research are what kind of kinship terms of address used and also what social factors which influence the terms of address. For the theory, the writer uses Brown and Gilman's, Burgess and Locke's theories. Brown and Gilman's theories are about 'The Pronouns Of Power And Solidarity', Burgess and Locke's are about 'The Characteristics Of Chinese Family' and also other researchers as the support theories.. As her respondents, the researcher uses her families and relatives who still live in Surabaya and ask some questions how they address their families or relatives in paternal line, within family, and maternal line. Besides, the writer limits the respondents only in plus-one and zero generations. Then, the results of the data are shown on tables based on generation, paternal line, within family, maternal line and also social factors: sex, age, relationship. The conclusion shows that there are 27 kinship terms system of Hing Hwa Chinese Indonesian as spoken by Plus-One such as A-kong. A-ma, A-ko. A-L Cik-de/Cik-nga. A-liau. Piau-ko. Piau-ti. Dang-ko. Dang-cie, Dang-me and 19 Zero generations such as A-kong. A-ma, A-ko. Papa. Koko+name. A-I. I-liau. name, Sau-sau based on the social factors: sex, age, and relationship.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Bachelor)|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||chinese communities, tradition, dilalect, kinship system, chinese indonesian|
|Date Deposited:||23 Mar 2011 18:48|
|Last Modified:||31 Mar 2011 14:28|
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