Program Schedule

Program Schedule

Tuesday, 17 July 2018

09:30 – 12:00                Workshop on Multimodality Analysis
12:00 – 13:00                Lunch and Distribution of conference packs
13:00 – 13:15                Opening ceremony
13:15 – 14:00                Keynote Speech 1
14:00 – 14:10                Photo session
14:10 – 14:50                Parallel presentation

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1. Almira Fidela Artha

Amplifiers in International Journal Articles Ten Years on and Now

3. Magdalena Ngongo, Mesakh Dethan & Hermyn B Hyna

Metafunction Meaning Realization in Lexicogrammar of Sermon Texts on ‘Language and Cultural Month’, Kupang Town: A Systemic Functional Linguistic Approach

5. Lutfi Gumilang & Djuanda

Interpretation of Meme Conversations Using Multimodality Analysis

7. Dwi Bambang Putut Setiyadi & Ana Setyandari

Political Discourse: Genre and Figurative Language in the Discourse Debate of the Central Java Governor’s Candidate 2018

2. Nubar Gurbanova & Rungthum Rangsikul

Language in Politics Features of the Soviet Language Policy in 1920s-1930s

4. Ni Nyoman Sarmi

The Diversity of the Way of Naming the Entity Reference of Fauna Lexicons in Using Language

6. Dita Dewi Palupi

Critical Discourse Analysis of the Meme Makasih yang Lebih Cantik

8. Zulvy Alivia Hanim & Hana Puspa Sari Dewi

Rhetorical Devices as the Strategy of Conceptualizing the Leadership Identity in American Political Speech

14:50 – 15:10                Coffee-break
15:10 – 15:50                Parallel presentation 2a and 2b

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9. Devi Melisa Saragi

“Sosro, Ahlinya Teh” A Diachronic Analysis of Language Forms in Teh Botol Sosro’s Television Advertisements During Four Decades

11. Rosita Ambarwati, Joko Nurkamto, & Riyadi Santosa

Expressive Speech Acts on Women Communication in Facebook

13. Intan Amalia & Kurnia Asri Prasetyorini

Politeness System Portrayed in Social Media: A Case Study of Facebook Account “Sapawarga Kota Surabaya”

15. Adinda Rizki Ramadhani

The Depiction of Erotism In Spanish and Indonesian Song Lyrics

10. Dewi Yulia Wati

Multimodality in Indomie Advertisement

12. Stanley Elias & Nubar Gurbanova

Relocating Gender Stereotypes Online: Critical Analysis of Sexist Hate Speech in Selected Social Media

14. Fadhila Kusumaningrum

Discourse Analysis of Argumentative and Persuasive Texts on GO-JEK Advertisement Text

16. Petani bin Mohd Noor

Maxims on Miss Teen USA Finalists’ Answers

16:00 – 16:40                Parallel presentation 3a and 3b

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17.Ni Wayan Sartini

 Politeness in E-mail of Konferensi Linguistik Universitas Airlangga (KLUA) 2018 Presenters: Cyberpragmatics Review

19. Levinda Hesty Suryawardhani

Religiosity in Multimodality: A Case Study of Wardah Advertisement

 

21. Siyaswati

Studying the Natural Language Interaction and Loan Words on Advertisement

23. Mahsyurotun Nikmah

Multimodal Analysis in English Teaching Video for Pre-School Children

18.Adis Kusumawati

Ellipsis of Subject Pronouns in Laskar Pelangi Translation Niji no Shonentachi

20. Dona Rahayu Sugiharti

Beauty Construction on Pond’s White Beauty Gita Gutawa Version: Semiotic Analysis of Advertisement

22. Eka Kuswandini

Multimodal Analysis of Car Advertisements

24. Kurniawati

An Advocacy of English Posters Use in Kindergarten Classrooms as the Teaching Strategy

Wednesday, 18 July 2018

09:00 – 09:45                Keynote Speech 2
09:50 – 10:30                Parallel presentation 4a and 4b

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25. Ketut Artawa, Made Sri Satyawati, & Ketut Widya Purnawati

Valency Patterns in Indonesian

27. Retno Wulandari Setyaningsih & Titien Diah Soelistyarini

Fidelity iIn Graphic Novel Translation: A Multimodal Approach

29. Konatsu Tokugi

A Critical Analysis of Literacy in Language Teaching

 

31. Laily Maulida Septiana Harti

Learning Korean Language in Multimodal Setting: A Case Study of an Indonesian Adult Learner’s Language Learning

26. Przemysław Wiatrowski & Adam Mickiewicz

More on Problems in Indonesian–Polish Contrastive Phraseology

 

28. Titien Diah Soelistyarini & Cindy Belinda Ramadhanty

The Transformation of Women Objectification in Multimodal Literary Adaptation of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: The Graphic Novel

30. Albert Tallapessy

Modelling Ideology in Multimodal Texts

 

32. Robiatus Shalihah, Rusijono, & Andi Mariono

The Role of Multimodal Communication in Language Learning: Making Meaning in Conventional Learning Spaces

10:30 – 10:50                Coffee-break
10:50 – 11:30                Parallel presentation 5a and 5b

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33. Moh. Gandhi Amanullah, Syahrur Marta Dwisusilo & Adis Kusumawati

Post-Truth and Echo Chamber Phenomena of Indonesian Social Media (Analysis of Political Contestation of Jokowi and Prabowo’s Supporters in Facebook)

35. Dewanto

Approaches in Forming and Interpreting the Translation of Reading Text in the Diploma Class

37. Muhammad Pujiono

Multimodal Analysis of Kizuna, Oya Kara Ko E Dansu Advertisement

39. Zakie Asidiky

The communicative acts on English Tempo magazine’s cover stories: a multimodal discourse analysis

34. Nurul Fitri Hapsari

The Branding of Indonesian Woman Leader in Instagram: A Case Study of Khofifah Indar Parawansa as a Candidate of East Java Governor

36. Antonius Suratno & Christine Wijaya Devina

Text Reduction: Strategies Adopted in Audio Visual Subtitle Translation

38. Rosyid Anwar

The Use of Halliday’s Interpersonal Metafunction in Creating Informative and Persuasive Advertisement: A Multimodal Analysis of AirAsia 2015 Commercial

40. Viqi Ardaniah

Man’s vs Women’s Words in Facebook: The Differences on the Use of Adjectives and Degree of Informality

 

11:40 – 12:20                Parallel presentation 6a and 6b

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41. Singgih Widodo Limantoro

How Foreign Learners Communicated Indonesian as a Second Language

43. Sheila Wijayanti

Students’ Vocabulary Achievement in Grade VII A at SMPN 7 Jember by Using Visual Media

45. Elih Sutisna Yanto & Muhammad Reza Pahlevi

Developing Student Teachers’ Academic Language in Collaborative and Reflective Multimodality–Assisted Content Learning in an Indonesian Initial Teacher Education (ITE) Context

47. Rio Satria Nugroho & Yulia Indarti

A Multimodal Analysis of Beauty Concept in YouC1000 2016 Video Advertisement

42. Masitha Achmad Syukri

Slips of the Tongue Produced by Indonesian Children in Casual Conversation

44. Muhammad Fuad Izzatulfikri, Saharani Nurlaila Buamonabot, & Khadijah Aufadina

Surabaya and Symptom of Sarcasm in Food and Beverage Stalls

46. Paulus Widiatmoko & Ignatius Tri Endarto

Enhancing Learning Multimodality: A Reflection of Audio-Visual Media Use in EFL Classes

48. Astelia Mihayo

Eyeing Ideological Construction: Interrogating Women and Men Representations in the Language of Online Advertisements

12:20 – 13:20                Lunch
13:20 – 14:00                Parallel presentation 7a and 7b

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49. Lilla Musyahda

Revisiting Strategic Competence: Implications for Multimodal Language Learning

51. Layli Hamida

Multimodality and Multiliteracies: The Case of Language Socialization in Urban Family in Surabaya

53. Riskha Arfiyanti, Syihabuddin, Vismaia S Damaianti, & Dadang Anshori

Construction of the Language and the Structure of News Text in Blog

50.Miladiyah

The Outcome of Multimodality on Language Teaching and Learning

52. Riskia Setiarini

Hegemony in Film: How Holocaust is Legitimized through Visual and Linguistic Texts?

54. Ni Ketut Mirahayuni

One News, Two Stances: Analysis on News on the US Embassy Move to Jerusalem in Associated Press and Al Jazeera News Agencies

14:10 – 14:50                Parallel presentation 8a and 8b

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55. Bramantio

Politics on the Cover Changes and the Recreated Image of Literature Works

57. Tia Saraswati

Gender Representation and Cultural Value: The Comparison of Japanese and Indonesian Kit Kat Green Tea TV Commercials 

59. Ahmad Sirulhaq, Sukri, Syamsinas Jafar, Burhanuddin

Questioning “The Great Indonesian Dictionary” (KBBI)

56. Rusda Salaeh

Translation of Lexicons Qala and its Derivation: Translation of Surah Taha by Mahmud Yunus

58. Nadya Inda Syartanti

Implicature and Presupposition of Japanese Conversation in Minna no Nihongo Volume II (A Pragmatic Study)

60. Deden Novan Setiawan Nugraha

The Phenomenon of Language Universal in English Language Futurity Modality and its equivalent in Bahasa Indonesia: Studies of Syntax and Semantic

14:50 – 15:10                Coffee-break
15:10 – 15:50                Parallel presentation 9a and 9b

ROOM A ROOM B ROOM C
61. Hendri Zuliastutik

Multimodal Analysis in Sprite Advertisement ‘Nyatanya Pas’ Edition

63. Windy Ardianita Sari

Using Corpus-Based Analysis to Explore the Academic Word Lists (AWL) Emerged in English Manuscript of SBMPTN Tests

65. Ali Wafa & Sheila Wijayanti

Signs of Multilingualism at Religious Places in Surabaya: A Linguistic Landscape Study

62. Dina Rizki Triana & Nadiyatul Adabiyyah

The Advertisement of Sampoerna Hijau Cigarette Kondangan Edition: Semiotic Reviews by Roland Barthes

64. Mahdar

A Corpus-based Analysis of the Objective Collocates of Sorry About in Different Genre

66. Feny Anggeria, Levinda Hesty Suryawardhani, & Ni Wayan Sartini

Multimodal in Property Commercial: Linguistics Cityscape of Batu

16:00 – 16:40                Parallel presentation 10a and 10b

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67. Bunga Diantirta Yapati Puteri

Indonesian Speech Act and Imperative Entity Analysis in TV ONE Indonesian Lawyers Club of June 7th, 2016

69.Maria Magdalena Sinta Wardani

Linguistic Manipulation in Discourse of False News (Hoax) Regarding Issues of Governor Election (Pilgub) DKI Jakarta 2017

71. Parwati Hadi Noorsanti

Features of Woman Language in Political Speech Yuriko Koike

68. Rissa Yulia Pungkysari

Impoliteness strategies used by Netizen Comments on Instagram (Case Study Related Comment Photos on Homosexuality in Yaoi Fanbase Account)

70. Frances Sinanu

What’s on your mind? A Linguistics Analysis of a Status Update on Facebook

 

Thursday, 19 July 2018

09:00 – 09:45                Keynote Speech 3
09:50 – 10:30                Parallel presentation 11a and 11b

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73. Hsiao-I Hou

A Corpus-Based Analysis of Language Use in the World of Coffee

75. MD Abu Shahid Abdullah

This is me with Augustine, February 21, 1943: Importance of Photographs in Everything Is Illuminated

77. Lingwei Kong

A Multimodal Analysis of Hospital Homepages

 

74. Freek Olaf de Groot

 

Using Wearable Technology to Collect Multimodal Data in the Study of Learners’ Digital Literacy Practices

76. Andrew Jocuns

Multimodal Communication and Learning in On-line Instruction Videos

78. Agita Risma Nurhikmawati & Dhika Puspitasari

Apology Strategies of Indonesian Hotel Managements in Handling Complaints Written in Travel Site

10:30 – 10:50                Coffee-break
10:50 – 11:10                First Panelist on Cultural Communication through Wayang
11:10 – 11:40                Second Panelist on Cultural Communication through Wayang
11:40 – 12:10                Q & A on Cultural Communication through Wayang
12:10 – 12:20                Closing ceremony
12:20 – 13:00                Lunch
13:30 – 17:00                Conference tour: City tour and Shopping to Mirota Souvenir