Bekimon in Social Networking Site: Modernized Idiolect and Sociolect

Jun-Jun R. Ramos, Marilyn S. luzano

Abstract


The research was conducted and found out that most social media user used Filipino Language, Cross Cultural Language, Ilocano, Bicol, English, Japanese, Spanish and sward speak language including, jejemon, natural language, Language of artists such as  Ansaveh, Anonuy, Anyare, B.Y, Bari-bari, Beyeen, Boom Panes, Boses palaka, Chenelyn, Chillax, Chuket, Cno sya ang lakas ng dating, Dabarkadz, Di ba pueding, eOwh phFou, GGSS, Havey Ibenta na yan, #kumakathniel, Ikawchi, Ishipiship, Istorya tupo tupo, Jaya-jaya, Julanis Morisette, Kalaban, Kitakits, Keribels, Korek, Kuya Germs, Low bat naba, Madlang People, Major Major, Matubis, Miskol, Moom manes, Murat, Nakakagoodvibes, Nga nga, No mamati ka ti magic, Oblation, Ola amiga, Pag may time, Pasok sa banga, Payreted, PDAF, Push pa more, Pwamiz, Shotimis ites, Syukit, Senti, Tapsilog, Ting ting cojuangco, Trending, Wa apple, Wapacles, Wititit,  Wenno tunno lumagto jay bato, Yangku, Zsa zsa padilla. The researcher proved also that most of the words used are the sociolect in the social networking site and this are Selfie with 8 netizens user, Wakobet with 4 netizens user, Peg with an 4 netizens user, kalurkey, Epek, Anyare, Push mo yan, Groufie, Emo, Que Keri, at Ampatuan with 3 netizens user.The researcher also agreed that most of the netizens user is used different way on how to construct words such as Onomatopoeia, Addition affixes and suffixes, Invention of new words, Similarity in color, Gender Implications,  Used of money as a symbol of name, Substitution  of  used of different vowels and replace vowels like ja, je, ji, jo, ju; cha, che, chi, cho, chu; o sha, she, shi, sho, shu at su, kyu, bu, Borrowed language locally, nationally and internationally. Additional of meaning that was connected to real life, Borrowed from the whole meaning, Jejemon, Similarity in a song, Replaced of vowels, Creating of new words, Shortened, Old words that has new meaning this mean that Filipino Language is dynamic. Based on the research findings, the researcher determine the most effective way of creating words on social networking sites. Seven (7) most commonly used methods of generating words abbreviation (49) rank number 1, followed by borrowed word  from  different language with (31) rank 2 , word multiplication with (30  rank 3), word invention with (28) rank 4,  likeness to personality (21) rank 5, add word from the original text with (20) rank 6, Jejemons spelling(35) rank 7.

Keywords: Bekimon, Social Networking Site, Idiolect and Sociolect, etc.


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