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ILLOCUTIONARY ACTS PERFORMED IN SELECTED CONVERSATIONS IN LISTENING SECTIONS OF 2006-2012 SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STATE EXAMS

KURNIAWAN , DAVID (2013) ILLOCUTIONARY ACTS PERFORMED IN SELECTED CONVERSATIONS IN LISTENING SECTIONS OF 2006-2012 SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STATE EXAMS. Undergraduate thesis, UNIVERSITY OF STIKUBANK SEMARANG.

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Abstract

This research paper is entitled Illocutionary Acts Performed in Selected Conversations in Listening Sections of 2006-2012 Senior High School State Exams. In this research, the researcher would like to identify the meaning and function of utterances within conversations in terms of speech act. It has objectives, which are aimed to find out the taxonomies of acts and speech functions performed in Selected Conversations in Listening Sections of 2006-2012 Senior High School State Exams. Then, the analysis is based on pragmatics that is to discuss illocutionary acts. In order to analyze the conversations, the researcher uses descriptive qualitative method. The taxonomies of acts are performed in 56 utterances namely: 24 representative utterances: 24 statement (42,9%); 27 directive utterances: 9 request (16,1%), 14 question (25,0%), 2 offer (3,6%), 2 command (3,6%); 4 commissive utterances: 4 refusal (7,1 %); 1 expressive utterances: 1 gratitude (1,8%). The illocutionary act which mostly performed is statement (42,9%). It means that t he speaker wants to state something to the listener. Then, the t ypes of speech functions are performed in 56 utterances namely: 14 question utterances (25,0%), 10 request utterances (17,9%), 4 offer utterances (7,1%), and 28 statement utterances (50,0%). It is seen that statement utterances (50,0%) are mostly performed. It means the speaker wants to give information by stating something to the listener.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: NIM : 09.03.52.0018 SKR III.05.01.0443
Uncontrolled Keywords: Illocutionary Acts, Speech Function, Illocutionary Force, Conversations.
Subjects: ?? Linguistics ??
Faculty / Institution: ?? SkripsiBhs ??
Depositing User: Sanusi Wiji
Date Deposited: 05 Jun 2013 02:15
Last Modified: 24 Jul 2013 06:17
URI: http://eprints.unisbank.ac.id/id/eprint/1549

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