ENLIT Vol 1 (2)

Welcome to the second edition of ENLIT - the Journal of English Education, Linguistics, and Literature. Published on the 30th of November 2021, this volume continues our exploration of the ever-evolving landscape of English language education, linguistics, and literature.

In this edition, we are thrilled to present a collection of insightful articles contributed by dedicated scholars and researchers in the field. These articles shed light on various aspects of English education, linguistics, and literary analysis, offering valuable perspectives and knowledge to our readers.


(1) Language And Humor in "The Big Bang Theory": Textual Analysis by Agry Pramita

Agry Pramita's article takes a close look at the use of language and humor in the popular TV series "The Big Bang Theory." Through textual analysis, the study provides a deeper understanding of the linguistic and comedic elements at play.

(2) Teaching and Learning Using Whatsapp: English Teachers' Perception by Yusuf Al Arief, Rizky Amelia, Eka Elyani

This collaborative effort by Yusuf Al Arief, Rizky Amelia, and Eka Elyani explores English teachers' perceptions of teaching and learning using WhatsApp. The study delves into the role of technology in language education.

(3) A Critical Discourse Analysis of Gender Disparity in Taskmaster by Nauka Nayana Prasadini

Nauka Nayana Prasadini's research conducts a critical discourse analysis of gender disparity in the popular show "Taskmaster." By examining linguistic nuances, the article contributes to discussions on gender representation in media.

(4) An Analysis of learning difficulties faced by first year students of STMIK Palangkaraya in English Subject as General Course by Catharina Elmayantie

Catharina Elmayantie's article investigates learning difficulties encountered by first-year students at STMIK Palangkaraya in their English general course. The study addresses the challenges of English language instruction for beginners.

(5) The Role of Adults on Children Language Acquisition by Meiyanti Nurchaerani, Yessy Nurkita Sari, Haryati, Syahiid Hidayatullah Rizkyka Hartadhi

This collaborative research by Meiyanti Nurchaerani and colleagues explores the vital role of adults in children's language acquisition. The study emphasizes the importance of adult guidance in language development.

(6) Translation Analysis of Category Shift in Short Story “The Call of Cthulhu” by Rakhmad Yanuar Hadi Sasmito

Rakhmad Yanuar Hadi Sasmito's work delves into the intricate task of translating category shifts in the short story "The Call of Cthulhu." The study highlights the complexities of translation in literary contexts.

(7) Embedding Religious Moderation Values through Communication Activities in English Language Teaching by Muthia Farida

Muthia Farida's article explores the integration of religious moderation values into English language teaching through communication activities. The study offers innovative approaches to character education in language instruction.

We believe that this diverse array of articles represents the essence of ENLIT - a platform for scholarly discourse and knowledge sharing in the fields of English education, linguistics, and literature. We extend our gratitude to the authors and contributors for their valuable insights and dedication to academic excellence.

Thank you for joining us on this intellectual journey, and we look forward to your continued engagement with ENLIT.

Published: 2021-11-30