PUSPITOSARI, NURUL ARI (2006) ANALISIS BAHASA DEPRESI PADA ANAK KETERGANTUNGAN OBAT DI PONDOK METAL PASURUAN. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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This research was conducted with the aim to determine sentence structure and meaning of language in children depression drug addiction. As for this study, more major depression language acquisition in children addicted to drugs, because children who are depressed also have a language even though the language is difficult to understand by people who have awareness. Language is not only spoken by people who have full consciousness, but people who do not have consciousness can also speak. This study used a qualitative descriptive method, because it only describes a situation or event, without any statistical comparisons. The data in this study are the direct speech of children who are depressed because of drug addiction. The source of the data in this study is that depressed children because of drug addiction in Pondok Metal Pasuruan. The data in this study is obtained through direct observation. Once data is collected, the data processed by classifying sentences of depression in children of drug addiction which includes a single sentence, compound sentence, and meaning (ilokusi), analyze and interpret data that has been classified, and collect the results of analysis that has been interpreted. Based on the analysis of the data contained in chapter IV conclusion relates to the structure and meaning of the language of depression in children addicted to drugs at Pondok Metal Pasuruan. Sentence structure in children of drug addiction involves a single sentence structure and compound sentences. Single sentence structures found eight patterns: SP, PS, PK, PPel, KetP, PelS, PSKet, and KetPS. Compound sentence structure found 6 patterns: PP, PSP, PPS, PPO, PPSP, and PSPKet. With regard to the meaning, the meaning in question is a follow ilokusi ilokusi covering acts such as: follow ilokusi request including directive verb. These verbs appear in children who were depressed at the time of sadness and joy. Sufferers are very active and noisy. Speaking quickly and laughed merrily. Merasda feelings never satisfied. Life felt bored and desperate. Follow ilokusi ordered. Follow ilokusi states including assertive verb. These verbs appear in children who were depressed at the time of sadness and joy. Silent sufferer for a long time, do not want to talk. Sufferers become melankholis, very sad and seized with fear and anxiety. Consciousness is blurred, jumbled ideas and do not know taboos and restrictions. Follow ilokusi offer include directive verb. These verbs appear in children who were depressed at the time of sadness and joy. Sufferers feel tired of life and despair. Remained silent for a long time. Her feelings are never satisfied.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||L Education > L Education (General)|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > Department of Indonesian and Literature|
|Depositing User:||Anggit Aldila|
|Date Deposited:||26 Jul 2012 02:41|
|Last Modified:||26 Jul 2012 02:41|
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