Varian dialek melayu tioman-aur-pemanggil

Analisis linguistik bandingan

Translated title of the contribution: Tioman-aur-pemanggil Malay dialect variants: Acomparative linguistics analysis

Norfazila Ab Hamid, Rahim Aman, Shahidi A. Hamid

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Abstract

Studies on the Malay homeland (Austronesian) have never been ceased to discuss by neither scholars of cultural studies nor linguistics. There were claims that the Malays came from China and Taiwan, and nowhere else in the world but this archipelago. In this regard, we argue that the relation among Malay dialects has not been studied thoroughly. Therefore this study focuses on the existence of Malay dialects in the southwest territory of the South China Sea covering Tioman Island-Aur-Pemanggil. This study attempts to discuss the status of joint innovation inherent in the Tioman Island-Aur-Pemanggil dialects. The discussion on the joint innovation of the Tioman Island-Aur-Pemanggil dialects uses qualitative comparative methods. In order to obtain the joint innovation features, comparison of vowels, diphthongs and consonants between ancient Malay and Tioman Island-Aur-Pemanggil dialectswas conducted. The discussion shows there are innovation and retention features inherited in the Tioman Island-Aur-Pemanggil dialects of Malay in Tekek, Juara and Salang variants. By having the linguistics data, it reveals that Malays or Austronesian people had made the archipelago as their residential area. Thus, Austronesian people were originally from the north (China and Taiwan) as claimed by western linguists is untrue.

Original languageMalay
Pages (from-to)219-244
Number of pages26
JournalGEMA Online Journal of Language Studies
Volume17
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Varian dialek melayu tioman-aur-pemanggil : Analisis linguistik bandingan. / Hamid, Norfazila Ab; Aman, Rahim; A. Hamid, Shahidi.

In: GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies, Vol. 17, No. 2, 2017, p. 219-244.

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