Klausa Kompleks Dan Variannya
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The term clause complex is used in Sistemic Functional Linguistics (SFL) that refers to the grammatical and semantic unit formed when two or more clauses (nexus) are linked together in certain systematic and meaningful ways. The interdependency between one clause and another in clause complex is called taxis. The structure of taxis is relational, i.e. univariate structure. There are two kinds of univariate structure, i.e. parataxis (where clauses are joined as equal) and hypotaxis (where clauses join to a main clause through a dependency relationship). Beside parataxis and hypotaxis, the discussion goes through logico-semantic relation that consists of (1) paratactic elaboration, (2) hypotactic elaboration, (3) paratactic extension, (4) hypotactic extension, (5) paratactic enhancement, (6) hypotactic enhancement, (7) paratactic idea projection, (8) hypotactic idea projection, (9) paratactic locution projection, and (10) hypotactic locution projection. The examples of clause complex given in each item are mostly taken from court texts: Bali Bom Case I, and the rest are the writer’s intuitive ones.