Jurnal Melayu

Jurnal Melayu DBP

ETNOGRAFI KOMUNIKASI ORANG ASLI JAKUN

 

(Ethnography of Communication of Jakun Tribe)

 

Mohamad Rozi Kasim

[email protected]

Fakulti Bahasa dan Komunikasi, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI).

Terbit dalam talian (published online): 1 Januari 2021

Sila rujuk: Mohamad Rozi Kasim. (2021). Etnografi Komunikasi Orang Asli Jakun. Melayu: Jurnal Antarabangsa Dunia Melayu, 14(1), 21‒44.

 

Abstrak

Kajian ini membincangkan etnografi komunikasi orang asli Jakun di dua buah perkampungan orang asli Jakun di Mukim Kahang, iaitu di Kampung Seri Kenangan dan Kampung Punjut. Objektif kajian ini adalah untuk menjelaskan etnografi komunikasi orang asli Jakun. Seterusnya, kajian ini menggunakan kaedah kualitatif deskriptif untuk menghuraikan data yang dikumpulkan di lapangan. Data etnografi komunikasi dipungut menerusi temu bual terhadap 20 orang informan orang asli Jakun. Deskripsi etnografi komunikasi bahasa Jakun dalam kajian ini menggunakan kerangka teori S.P.E.A.K.I.N.G. saranan Dell Hymes (1964). Kerangka teori S.P.E.A.K.I.N.G. ini telah dapat menghuraikan peristiwa komunikasi dan latar belakang Orang Asli Jakun.

Kata kunci: Orang asli, Jakun, etnografi,  komunikasi, teori SPEAKING

 

Abstract

This study discusses the ethnography of communication of Jakun tribes people in two villages in the sub-district of Kahang: Kampung Seri Kenangan and Kampung Punjut. The main objective of this study is to explain the ethnography of communication of the Jakun tribe. Furthermore, this study uses a qualitative descriptive method to interpret the data collected in the field. The informants for this study were Jakun tribes people. The data was collected through interviews with 20 informants. Description of the ethnography of communication of the Jakun language in this study employs the theoretical framework of SPEAKING introduced by Dell Hymes (1964). The SPEAKING framework enable explanation of the communication event and background of the Jakun tribe.

Keywords: Indigenous people, Jakun tribe, ethnography, communication, SPEAKING model

 

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