SENDILATTA, EKKY CINTYARESI (2010) ANALISIS TINDAK TUTUR PADA FILM "GARUDA DI DADAKU" KARYA IFA IFANSYAH. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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Speech act is a pragmatical element involved speaker, listener, and speech subject. Speech act is a language using activity process consisted of sentences in statement (conversation) between speaker and partner to create an action. Dialogue in a movie also contained communication process involved speaker and partner. Each scene in the movie there also a speech action used by all actor in making dialogue with their partner. The researcher aimed to see the form of speech action in movie dialogue consisted of locution, illocution, and perlocution. According to above statement, the problem discussed in this research were: (1) how is the form of dialogue locution in “Garuda di Dadaku” movie by Ifa Isfansyah? (2) how is the form of dialogue illocution in “Garuda di Dadaku” movie by Ifa Isfansyah? (3) How is the form of dialogue perlocution in “Garuda di Dadaku” movie by Ifa Isfansyah? Research method used qualitative descriptive method. This research aimed to describe speech action in dialogue of “Garuda di Dadaku” movie by Ifa Isfansyah. The data was verbal language / dialogue among characters in “Garuda di Dadaku” movie by Ifa Isfansyah. Data source in this research was “Garuda di Dadaku” movie by Ifa Isfansyah with 96 minutes duration and produced in 2009 by Mizan Production. Data collection technique consisted of several phases, they were: (1) Documentation and (2) data transcript. The result could be stated as below. First, locution form in “Garuda di Dadaku” movie was: (1) locution form in declarative sentence (news sentence); (2) locution form in interrogative sentence, (3) locution form in imperative sentence, and (4) locution form in exclamative form. Second, illocution form in “Garuda di Dadaku” movie were: (1) constantive action consisted of declare, show, predict, inform, announce, report, determine, prove, evaluate, argue, deal with, asking, protest, reject, respond, guess; (2) directive action consisted of invite, need, beg, ask, order, prohibit, limit, permit, agree, warn, suggest; (3) commisive action consisted of promise, offer, and (4) expressive action consisted of apologize, congratulate, gratitude, hope, and anger. Third, perlocution form in “Garuda di Dadaku” movie were: (1) convince partner about something, (2) lying to partner, (3) heedful partner about something, (4) make partner fun, (5) support partner, (6) disgrace partner, (7) make partner angry, (8) influence partner to do something. In closing, there hoped for Indonesian’s teacher can use thif film as learning material to study grammar in direct speech and indirect speech. For the next researcher, there hoped to research aspect which was not researched by the researcher right now, and making next research about movie dialogue from different context.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||L Education > L Education (General)|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > Department of Indonesian and Literature|
|Depositing User:||Rayi Tegar Pamungkas|
|Date Deposited:||28 Mar 2012 04:38|
|Last Modified:||28 Mar 2012 04:38|
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