Overarticulator on Contoid [r] Indonesian Deaf Children

  • Abu Darim Institut Pesantren KH Abdul Chalim (ID)
  • Bambang Yulianto Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Indonesia (ID)
  • Nuryadi Nuryadi STIE Pemuda, Surabaya, Indonesia (ID)
  • Lis Setyowati STIE Pemuda, Surabaya, Indonesia (ID)
  • Etty Widawati STIE Pemuda, Surabaya, Indonesia (ID)
  • Kurniawati Kurniawati STIE Pemuda, Surabaya, Indonesia (ID)
Keywords: overarticulator, contoid, basic phonetic representation, representation, sound changes

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Abstract

This research aims at describing overarticulator contoid [r] deaf children Indonesia. This research uses the qualitative descriptive method. Data researched is overartikulator contoid [r] deaf children. The source of data is the son of deaf SLB-B on kindergarten groups A deaf bit heavy. Data collection is done with the data source mimicked speech researcher and teacher or when pronouncing vocabulary list  Containing contoid [r]. The collection of data using techniques of natural observation, observation, participation,  of a scheduled Fishing fishing substitution,  recording, record-keeping, and field. Data analysis using the method in accordance with the technique of determining element is broken. Based on data analysis, contoid [r] resulting in two groups of deaf children. The Union, contoid  [r] generated anyway. [r], [«r«r], [arer], [rr], [l], [ll], [«l], [l«], and [et]. Second, contoid [r] produced change. In two of the group, contoid [r] created by [r], [ The results contain the differences distinguishing characteristic on the basis of the representation and the representation of contoid phonetic [r]. In the difference that happens  overarticulator contoid [r] which does not occur on other contoids. From an overarticulator, it changes the sounds anaptiksis,  reduplication, and contoid attenuation [r].



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Published
2019-11-30
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Articles
How to Cite
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A. Darim, B. Yulianto, N. Nuryadi, L. Setyowati, E. Widawati, and K. Kurniawati, “Overarticulator on Contoid [r] Indonesian Deaf Children”, J. Appl. Sci. Eng. Technol. Educ., vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 105-113, Nov. 2019.