Completion of participants in the indonesian judicial text

Nidya, Fitri and Dewa, Ayu Widiasri (2022) Completion of participants in the indonesian judicial text. In: The Second International Conference on Humanities, Education, Language, and Culture, -, -.

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This paper describes the completion of participants' functions in the Indonesian judicial text. INTRODUCTIONThe research conducted by (Saragih, 2006); (Satyawati et al., 2020); (Fitri et al., 2019);(Fitri, Nidya; Artawa, Ketut; Satyawati, Made Sri; Sawirman, 2019); (Fitri et al., 2019); (Darong, 2021a); (Darong, 2021b); (Fitri et al., 2021);(Darong, Canggung Hieronimus; Jem, Helenora Yosefina; Guna, 2022)discusses Transitivity in the Indonesian Judicial Text: Systemic Functional Linguistics Study. The study results found that the perpetrators' actions realize through the Transitivity of the Jessica�Mirna judicial text. The transitivity system is a grammatical system of the structure of clauses to represent ideational (experiential) functions. The design of this clause realizes the meaning of experience that has three constituents, namely process, participant, and circumcision. Reality processes are physical, material, mental, verbal, behavioral, relational, or existential experiences. Each process is determined by the type of participant, such as the perpetrator, the process, something subjected to the process, the phenomenon, or something said. In addition, circumcision is the physical and nonphysical environment in occurrence. The process is realized in the form of verb groups, noun groups represent participants, and circumstances are expressed in adverbial groups (Schleppegrell, 2012). The following is described the six types of processes and participant labels used in table 1 below.The text of the judiciary, especially in cases of murder using cyanide poison, can be seen in the involvement of its participants. This paper describes the involvement of participants in the Indonesian judicial text in cases of murder through cyanide poison. The use of methods is described through descriptive qualitative methods. The data is based on observation and documentation methods, literature studies, and interviews. The results showed that the participants were dominated by the participants of the benefit preceded by prepositions for several 251 clauses. The type of participants preceded by prepositions amounts to 169 clauses. In comparison, the participants of the exploitation were preceded by prepositions to several 21 clauses.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Participants, Indonesian judicial texts
Subjects: Social and Political Sciences > Education, Law, & Humanities
Depositing User: - Een Rohaeni
Date Deposited: 21 Dec 2022 08:53
Last Modified: 21 Dec 2022 08:53

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