Rhetorical Moves in the Introductions of Islam-Related Research Articles

Tantry Ajeng Parnawati, Yazid Basthomi, Suharmanto Ruslan

Abstract


Abstract: This study aims at investigating the rhetorical pattern of research articles introductions in Islam-related research articles published in Indonesia. The data of this study are taken from journals acredited by the Ministry of Research, Technology and Highest Education of Indonesia (Kemenristek Dikti) and analyzed by using Swales CARS (2004) model. The results reveal a different macro structure of research articles, variants of moves placement in the introduction, and the tendency of skipping M2 in the articles. Moreover, the research articles also employ paragraphs that do not belong to any moves in Swales CARS (2004) model.
Key Words: rhetorical pattern, research article, Swales CARS (2004) model


Abstrak: Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menyelidiki pola retorik dari bagian pendahuluan artikel penelitian terkait dengan Islam dalam jurnal yang dipublikasikan di Indonesia. Data dari penelitian ini diambil dari jurnal-jurnal yang diakreditasi oleh Kementrian Riset, Teknologi dan Pendidikan Tinggi Indonesia (Kemenristek Dikti) dan dianalisis menggunakan model Swales CARS (2004). Hasil penelitian mengungkap perbedaan pola utama dari artikel penelitian, varian penempatan langkah-langkah di bagian pendahuluan,  dan kecenderungan untuk melewatkan M2 pada artikel-artikel tersebut. Artikel-artikel penelitian tersebut juga menggunakan paragraf-paragraf yang tidak termasuk dalam langkah-langkah model Swales CARS (2004).
Kata kunci: pola retorik, artikel penelitian, model Swales CARS (2004)


Keywords


rhetorical pattern; research article; Swales CARS (2004) model

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