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Research Paper | Linguistics | Indonesia | Volume 7 Issue 5, May 2018
Bugis Farmers Mantra in Bone: Study Semiotics Saussure
Abstract: The purpose of this study describe the text spells symbolization system and explain the conception farmers about farmers relationship with God, others, and the universe. This research is a descriptive qualitative research. Data obtained from the field research of the three districts in the southern city of Bone. Method of data collection through the technique of ably libat, record, record, a mere. The population of this research in the form of the whole speech is the mantra of farmers ninety-six fruit spell. Sample research as much as twenty-five spells or tailored to the needs of the study. The results showed that (1) the text of symbolization system includes structure mantra mantra farmers general and specific. Discourses and symbols farmers spell. Linguistic spell farmers include verbal and nonverbal language, such as use of Arabic, Bugis, or elaboration keduannya or with lakuan. Using certain phonemes, syllables and words specifically as a sign. Wearing common words, taboo, and old-fashioned or rarely used. Having the main idea is in every sentence. And has an irregular pattern of sounds, (2) The concept of spells farmers describes farmers relationship with God, others and the universe (rice, soil, and animals).
Keywords: spell, farmers, semiotics
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 5, May 2018,
Pages: 17 - 25
How to Cite this Article?
Idris, Darwis, Maknun, Hadrawi, "Bugis Farmers Mantra in Bone: Study Semiotics Saussure", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=ART20182068, Volume 7 Issue 5, May 2018, 17 - 25, #ijsrnet
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