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Investigating Indonesian or Javanese Interferences in ELLT: A Case Study at Higher Education Institutions

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This paper examines the Indonesian or Javanese interferences in ELLT. The objective is to investigate types and subtypes of Indonesian or Javanese interferences which arise at State Islamic Institute and PGRI Teacher Training and Education Institute of Tulungagung, East Java, Indonesia, which types and subtypes of them arise most frequently, and to explain why they arise. It was conducted by using a descriptive qualitative analysis in a case study to 265 students and 10 lecturers at the two higher institutions. The research instruments used in the research are fourteen durative texts-containing interferences in lecturers-students interaction-, questionnaires, interviews, and discussions with some experts in related researches. It revealed that (1) grammatical errors happened most frequently (145 times) and 10 subtypes occurred because of very influential knowledge of L1 and L2 into ELLT but the unawareness in using knowledge of L1 and L2 to support the spontaneous situation also contributed; (2) 6 subtypes of semantics occurred because of the speakers’ low competence of socio pragmatics; and (3) 5 subtypes of phonology happened because of the different phonological systems of L1, L2, L3, Javanese accent and Indonesian word choices.
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Keywords: ELLT; Indonesian or Javanese Interferences; Language Acquisition

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Postgraduate Student of Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta, Indonesia

Publication date: July 1, 2018

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