Critical Discourse Analysis of Transparency of Information and Online Transactions as Triggers for Early Marriage for Millennial Women

Nahdi, Khirjan and Marsa Ibrahim, Doni Septu and Wathoni, Hamzani and Fahrurrozi, Muh. (2019) Critical Discourse Analysis of Transparency of Information and Online Transactions as Triggers for Early Marriage for Millennial Women. Social, 464.

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Abstract

This article describes the direct relationship between the phenomenon of early marriage of women with information disclosure and online transactions among millennial. Study data were obtained through ethnographic surveys and in-depth interviews with 54 respondents. Kind the relationship between early marriage and the openness of information and online transactions is obtained through analysis of critical discourse on marriage age data and reasons for deciding to get married early. Linguistic understanding is supported by the functional grammar of early marriage texts through in-depth interviews. Of the 54 respondents, 77.78% were married between the ages of 15-16 years. It is certain that 100% want to avoid economic problems such as the fulfillment of communication tools, keeping abreast of developments, gold, and money. Early marriage as a text is considered a normal occurrence, does not violate socio-cultural and religious ethics. The reality of women's early marriage which is triggered by information disclosure and online transactions has never been understood as causality that adversely affects the civilization of society. This phenomenon is actually a practice of symbolic violence. Keywords: Early marriage for women, information disclosure, CDA.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Sosial dan Ekonomi > Fenomena Sosial
Depositing User: Dr. Muh. Fahrurrozi
Date Deposited: 17 Jun 2021 06:32
Last Modified: 17 Jun 2021 06:32
URI: http://eprints.hamzanwadi.ac.id/id/eprint/4513

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