AN ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF CODE MIXING IN EVERMORE NOVEL BY CECILLIA WANG
Using more than one language or mixing languages gives rise to the phenomenon of code-mixing. This study aims to discover the types of code mixing and the dominant type of code mixing used and to explain the reasons for using code mixing in the novel Evermore by Cecillia Wang. The research data was taken directly from the novel Evermore and collected using qualitative research methods with content analysis. In analyzing, the theory used in this study is the theory of code-mixing by Suwito (1983) and clarified by Muysken's theory (2000). Meanwhile, in analyzing the factors underlying the use of code-mixing, the theory used is the theory of Bhatia and Ritchie (2013). The analysis results show 340 code-mixing, with details of 157 insertion code-mixing, 166 alternation code-mixing and 17 congruent lexicalization code-mixing. In addition, four factors underlie the use of code-mixing in the novel: social roles and relationships of participants, situational factors, message-intrinsic factors, and language attitudes, dominance and security.