TRANSITIVITY SYSTEM IN TWO VERSIONS OF CINDERELLA STORIES: A SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL PERSPECTIVE

Niyati Wulandari, (2016) TRANSITIVITY SYSTEM IN TWO VERSIONS OF CINDERELLA STORIES: A SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL PERSPECTIVE. Bachelor thesis, IAIN Syekh Nurjati Cirebon.

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Abstract

Niyati Wulandari (14121320252) : “TRASITIVITY SYSTEM IN TWO VERSIONS OF CINDERELLA STORIES: A SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL PERSPECTIVE” Undergraduate Thesis 2016 This research aimed to find out transitivity elements are found in two versions of Cinderella stories and explore how such transitivity choices enact ideational metafunctions of text. Then, the researcher analyzed clauses (Independent clause and dependent clause) in two versions of Cinderella stories to easier analyzed transitivity elements there are participants, process type and circumstances. The data of the research are obtained from the selected story, especially Cinderella story. Study of document becomes the technique of this research. This research also takes a qualitative method in analyzing data where the data is taken from Children’s story book. Researcher collected two narrative texts as the data from two famous writer (Grimm and Perrault) under the tittle “Cinderella” as the primary sources. This research is analyse transitivity system as representation of ideational meaning in two versions Cinderella stories. This research study of the relationship between the transitivity choices that used in two versions of Cinderella stories as representation of ideational metafunction. The result of this analysis shows that here are 248 clauses in the first text or story of Cinderella (Text 1), and in second text or story (Text 2) there are 320 clauses that can be classified in transitivity. The researcher finds 7 Process types that used in two texts are material processes, mental processes, verbal processes, relational processes, behavioural processes, existential processes and meteorological processes. While, 15 participants that used in two texts are actor, goal, range, beneficiary, senser, phenomenon, sayer, receiver, verbiage, carrier, attribute, token, value, behaver and existent. And 7 circumstances that used in text 2 are extent, location, manner, cause, accompaniment, role and matter and text 1 just 6 circumstances, text 1 not find circumstance matter. The most dominant proces types in two versions of Cinderella stories is material process, the most dominant participants is actor, and the most circumstancial elements used is location. The researcher also, finds 6 grammatical features of narrating in two versions of Cinderella stories. There are action verbs and temporal connectives, past tense, mental verbs, action verbs metaphorically, rhythm and repetition and one word or short phrase. Keywords: Transitivity System, Ideational Meanings, Systemic Functional Linguistics and Narrative Texts.

Item Type: Thesis (Bachelor)
Subjects: Pendidikan > Pendidikan (Umum)
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Tarbiyah dan Keguruan > 3. Tadris Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: tuti alawiyah alawiyah
Date Deposited: 05 May 2017 06:45
Last Modified: 05 May 2017 06:45
URI: http://repository.syekhnurjati.ac.id/id/eprint/2683

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