E3S Web Conf.
Volume 202, 2020The 5th International Conference on Energy, Environmental and Information System (ICENIS 2020)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Socio-Culture and Environment|
|Published online||10 November 2020|
Atur Pasrah and Panampi in Javanese Wedding Ceremony as a Way to Preserve Harmonious Social Environment
1 Master Program of Linguistics, FIB, Undip, Semarang
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This is a qualitative study using an ethnography of communication approach. The purpose is to analyze speech acts of atur pasrah and panampi as a part of Javanese wedding rituals,. Atur pasrah and panampi is a Javanese ritual by which the groom receives the bride’s family after the wedding ceremony, and it is conducted by giving a speech from the groom through a representative of the family. This study was conducted in Mundu, Klaten, Central Java, and the data were obtained by from a video recording of a Javanese wedding ceremony downloaded from a youtube channel. In addition, we also interviewed some competent informants who are commonly involved in such a ceremony. The result of the study shows that there is discourse structure found in atur pasrah and panampi which reflects Javanese culture. Besides, some communicative acts found in the ceremony cover declarative, representative, expressive, directive, and commisive, which are bound to Javanese local wisdom. This needs to be preserved as a way to strengthen harmonious social environmnent.
Key words: etnography / Javanese wedding / atur pasrah / panampi
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