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The use of Minangkabau Language between Politeness and Efficiency in Kamang Magek District, Agam Regency Aslinda1, Adilla Okta Malina2, Reno Novita Sari2, Sabrina Fadilah Az-zahra3 1,2,3,4Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Andalas, Padang, Indonesia Abstract This research aims to explain the program of shortening conversation in the Minangkabau language in the Kamang Magek District, Agam Regency. This study uses a sociopragmatics approach developed through ethnography of speaking and pragmatics. Data collection was taken from

state (Prof. Mirosław Rucki), Massacre at Moun- tain Meadows: study of political efficiency (Dr. hab. Maciej Potz), Mobilization of evangelical voters in the US presidential election in 2016 (Dr. hab. Rafał Prostak), Protestant clergy in politics. Examples from the world (Prof. Paweł Leszczyński). dr Kamil Aksiuto (Religia a sfera publiczna w liberalizmie politycznym Johna Rawlsa). Sprawy sprzężeń religii i polityki w wy mia rze międzynarodowym i geo po- li tycz nym były domeną wystąpień prof. Ja ro sława Macały (Geopolityka i re- li gia), prof


This is a plea to interlink Resistance Studies and Violence Studies. Instead of invastigating the efficiency of violence alone and declaring violence absolutely and completely in and on its own, it is necessary to look at resistance practices (escape lines, fighting back), body politics and passivations (self-injury, abortion, suicide) at the same time. For their part, resistance practices and passivations can not be measured by success but by the fact that they actually happened. People cannot be completely reduced to bare bodies without resistance. Resistance to violence has to be considered in its inconspicuous, low-threshold and „flat“ forms. In this elementary political sense resistance is understood as a punctually weakening violence and as seperation of powers in statu nascendi.


Roeslan, Susanto Zuhdi 21 ‘I am insulted with what you say': Illocutionary Forces behind the Verbal Violence toward Women. Ike Revita, Rovika Trioclarise, Nila Anggreiny, Farah Anindya Zalfikhe 27 Astro-Linguistics' Tanuang Language: The Formulation of The New Study of Macro Linguistics M. Yunis, Elly Delfia 32 Aizuchi: Politeness Strategy in Japanese Conversation Rina Yuniastuti, Rahtu Nila Sepni 41 Lexicons Classic of Hunting in Minangkabau Rona Almos, Sonezza Ladyanna 47 The use of Minangkabau Language between Politeness and Efficiency

natural disasters such as earthquakes. This chapter should be placed in a specific context. The previous utterances show the weaknesses of contract workers’ stance. The previous fragments are engineered to escalate the negative meaning effects on the behavior and 110 understanding of the employee. The tactics are designed based on the economic intention of maximizing the efficiency and cost effectiveness, therefore, the employer consider the compensation for the employee as mere another burden of production cost. These utterances describe the tactical intentions

Pravda (center-left oriented). As already mentioned, 420 messages were analyzed. Migration Discourse in the Slovak Republic The migration crisis that hit Europe at the beginning of the year 2015 significantly influenced not only the inner view on the functionality and efficiency of the European Union, but it also changed the mood and the position of European societies in the national states, including the view on the overall concept of solidarity and cohesion of European nations. It influenced the political elites operating not only at the national level but also at

themselves due to authoritarian reasons with the convictions that procedures are inferior to efficiency. Thus, authorities with strong monopoly expect to achieve the ultimate goal without real deliberation. They even show no interest in deliberating openly (if any, the pressure from the higher-ups). Further institutionalization of Xieshang or Xieshang minzhu in China is the priority, at best-forcing cadres to follow the deliberative rules in the governance. Such thoughts can be traced back to Mao’s mass line, which emphasis on deliberating, listening to, and valuing

pawns of the obsolete bureaucratic system serving autocracy. The efficiency of their economic activity demanded from them political action aimed at constraining the power of the state and consolidating civil rights and liberties. The richest Old Believers financed the formation of the milieu wherein liberal values, opposition to the state control and protest against police abuses were promulgated ( Pyzhikov 2013 , 634). Unlike intelligentsi . liberals, rich merchants did not hesitate to get in touch with more radical political forces, which finally led to the 1905