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|Title:||An analysis of compound words on culinary terms in MasterChef U.S. season 7 (2016)|
|Authors:||Denise Sheilla Noumianty|
|Keywords:||morphology;compound words;compounding;type of compound|
|Abstract:||This research focuses on the process of compound words used on the food terms in MasterChef US Season 7 (2016). This qualitative descriptive research is aimed in describing the types and the meaning of compound words. To analyze the compound word process, the writer uses Rochelle Lieber theory of compound words as the main theory, combined with Ingo Plag and also Stephen Ullman to analyze the meaning of compound words. The writer took 15 food terms used in the cooking competition MasterChef U.S. Season 7 for the last five episodes. A morphological analysis is used by the writer to analyze the compound words, classify the types and the meaning of compound words on the food terms. From the sample chosen of 15 menu names in the analysis, it can be concluded that there are 12 attributive compound, 2 subordinative compound and 1 coordinative compound. From the word stress, there are 10 culinary terms which are classified as noun compound, three as adjective compound and two verbs compound. It is indicates that there are quite a lot compound words that classified into attributive and noun compound used containing in the cooking competition entitled MasterChef U.S. Season 7 (2016). Therefore, writer also classifies the meaning of compound words which have transparent and opaque meaning. The compounds which have a transparent meaning are 13 data of transparent meaning while the compounds which have opaque meaning are two data.|
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