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AN ANALYSIS OF DIRECTIVE ILLOCUTIONARY ACT IN THE MOVIE MALEFICENT Pratama, Sang Ade Satria; Juniartha, I Wayan
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
Publisher : Institut Pariwisata dan Bisnis Internasional

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Language is said to be something that is obligatory in communicating for humans. Without a proper communication, relationship between human beings would never run smoothly. The area of this phenomenon is commonly called pragmatics and one major theory that has been effective for analysis is Speech Act Theory. This study is aimed to answer the research problems, which comprise: (1) to find out types of directive illocutionary act are used by the main characters in the Maleficent movie and (2) to identify function of directive illocutionary act used by the main characters in the Maleficent movie. The data in this research was the Maleficent movie and analyzed by applying illocutionary acts theory proposed by Searle (1979) and Leech (1983) theory of illocutionary functions to analyze the goal. This study used descriptive qualitative method to analyze the data and quantitative method to find out about the frequency of type that implied in the Maleficent movie. The finding shows that there are four types of directive illocutionary act which used by the main characters in the Maleficent movie, they are: asking act (50%), commanding act (30%), requiring act (10%) and telling act (10%)
TYPES OF DEIXIS IN THE SONG LYRICS OF MAROON 5’S RED PILL BLUES ALBUM Lusiana, Ni Kadek Elva; Juniartha, I Wayan; Maharani, Putu Devi
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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This research entitled An Analysis of Person Deixis of Maroon 5’s Red Pill Blues Album. Deixis is an expression in language that used to point who, where, and when that depend on the context. The objectives in this research are 1). to find out and identify types of deixis in the song lyrics of Maroon 5’s Red Pill Blues Album 2). to analyze context of deixis in the song lyrics of Maroon 5’s Red Pill Blues Album. Documentation method is used in collected the data using listening, reading and note taking techniques. Qualitative method is used to analyze the data by using descriptive word for explaining the data. The result of this research shows that all types of deixis found in the song lyrics of Maroon 5’s Red Pill Blues album which are person deixis, spatial deixis, temporal deixis, social deixis and discourse deixis.. This research found that there are 321 data found of person deixis with percentage of 69%, 95 data found of temporal deixis with percentage of 20.3%, 28 data found of discourse deixis with percentage of 5.9%, 16 data found of spatial deixis with percentage of 3.4% and 7 data found of social deixis with percentage of 1.4%.
The analysis of directive function in the fifty shades freed novel Dewi, Ni Komang Chandra; Juniartha, I Wayan; Karya, I Wayan Sidha
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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The aims of this research are to describe the types of directive illocutionary acts function in Fifty Shades Freed novel and to find out the types, which is mostly used in this novel. This is descriptive qualitative research. Observation was used in collecting the data. There were some steps in collecting the data: read the novel several times to understand the plot and examined the dialogue to distinguish the types of directive illocutionary act function found in the novel. The researcher applied Searle (1979) to analyze the data. The result of the research shows that there are 39 utterances containing directive illocutionary acts function. The data were classified into four; ordering (21), forbidding (1), requesting (4), suggesting (1), and asking (11). Of the total 39 directive illocutionary acts function, ordering are the most used type of directive illocutionary acts function because the character mostly expressed their utterances by ordering.
Flouting maxim analysis performed by the characters in escape room movie Wiraningsih, Ni Luh Ayu; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti; Juniartha, I Wayan
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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This study aims to find out the types of flouting maxims and to know what the most dominant types of flouting maxims performed by the characters in the Escape Room movie is. The researcher used the theory proposed by Grice in his book Logic in Conversation (1975) to analyze the types of flouting maxims in the Escape Room movie. The method that used in this research is descriptive qualitative research. Through the findings of the analysis, there were 24 data found. Those are: Flouting Maxim of Quantity 8 data (33%), Flouting Maxim of Quality and Flouting Maxim of Relevance rarely appeared with same frequently 6 data (25%) and Flouting Maxim of Manner 4 data (17%). From those forms, Flouting Maxim of Quantity has the highest occurrences used among others.
Types of characterizations of the main character in the “friends with benefits” film Somanasih, Kadek; Resen, I Wayan; Juniartha, I Wayan
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 2 No. 2 (2021): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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The film Friends with Benefits is the data source in this study. In collecting the data through library research by viewing films, reading scripts, and taking notes. In analyzing the data, the qualitative method is used and presented descriptively based on the theory adopted in this study. The theory used in this study is the theory of literature proposed by Wellek and Warren (1949) about characterization. The results of this study showed that only three characterization dimensions were analyzed. In presenting these dimensions, this study presents an overview and/or dialogue from the film. There are three dimensions of the characterization of the main character analyzed in this study: physiological, sociological, and psychological. These physical and psychological characteristics combine to build up Jamie Rellis and Dylan Harper, a romantic person in the film Friends with Benefits.
Types of speech style performed by the characters in birds of prey movie Cahyani, Ni Made Diah; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti; Juniartha, I Wayan
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 2 No. 2 (2021): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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People speaking language differently, it can be influenced by some social factors. This research is intended to find out the kinds of speech style and the variables that influencing the characters of “Birds of Prey” in speaking a language. There are two aims of this study, those are: 1) To find out the kinds of speech style are used in “Birds of Prey” movie, 2) To find out the dominant style used by the character in “Birds of Prey” movie. This research is using descriptive qualitative method in analyzing the data with the theory proposed by Joos (1967) to divine the style of speech style. The result of the data was presented in both formal and informal method in finding presentation. The formal method was applied through table and the informal method was applied through word explanation to explain which type of an utterance belongs to. The result of this study showed there are 266 utterances that categorized into type of speech style, there are 4 types of speech style that grouped into: 17 formal styles, 56 consultative styles, 180 casual style and 13 intimate styles with casual style as the dominant style to be used by the character according to the movie’s rating and genre.
The types of illocutionary acts found in lean on me movie Rolandi, Alexandro; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti; Juniartha, I Wayan
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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This study aimed at identifying the types illocutionary acts found in a movie entitled Lean On Me. The problems of this study is What types of illocutionary acts are found in the movie entitled Lean On Me?. This study employed descriptive and qualitative method to provide a well-organized description regarding the problems being identified. The data of this study were obtained by observation method through five steps, namely watching the Lean On Me movie. Then, finding out the movie script of Lean On Me. Furthermore, the writer read the movie script and took note of the illocutionary acts spoken by the characters in the movie Lean On Me. Eventually, the writer classified the data collected. There were five types of illocutionary act encountered they are, assertive, directive, commissive, expressive, and declarative. The result of the research indicates that there are 9 data of illocutionary act found in Lean On Me movie covering 2 assertive, 3 directive, 2 commissive, 1 expressive, and 1 declarative.
Hidden messages in pinterest’s public health advertisements: a semiotic analysis Sari, Ni Kadek Purnama; Suastini, Ni Wayan; Juniartha, I Wayan
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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Advertisements are the media that used to promote a product, brand or service to a viewership to attract interest. The advertisement that used in this study is public health advertisement that can be found in Pinterest. Public health advertisement is aimed to provide information to the people about the idea of healthy life that would be benificial for society. Furthermore, this study combines verbal and nonverbal sign in order to give a certain effect to the advertisement. This study is aimed to describe the hidden messages that can be found in Pinterest’s public health advertisements. This study uses semiotics theory by Saussure (1983) and theory of meaning proposed by Barthes (1977) that supported by theory of color terms proposed by Wierzbicka (1996). The data were collected through observation method. In conducting this study, the descriptive qualitative method is used to analyze the data.The study concludes that both verbal and nonverbal signs found in each data carry hidden messages. In general, the advertisements convey the messages to encourage the readers to promote a healthy lifestyle that can be achieved through certain activities, namely, exercising regularly, eating healthy food, getting enough rest, and not doing the things that can harm their body as smoking cigarettes.
Hyperbole in song lyrics of sempiternal album by bring me the horizon Sari, Putu Indira Cika Mantika; Santika, I Dw Ayu Devi Maharani; Juniartha, I Wayan
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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This research aims to identify and to analyze the meaning of hyperbole applied in the song lyrics of Sempiternal album by Bring Me the Horizon. The data were collected from eleven songs within the album. The research applied descriptive qualitative analysis using theory of figurative language by Knickerbocker and Renninger (1963) to determine the lyrics that contain hyperbole and theory of meaning by Leech (1981) to analyze the meaning of the hyperbole. The data in this study were presented descriptively. The result of the analysis shows thirteen hyperboles are found in the lyrics. The meanings found based on the lyrics with hyperbole consist of three kinds, namely connotative, affective, and conceptual. The dominant meaning is connotative as the hyperbole cannot be interpreted lexically.
FUNCTIONING DISCOURSE MARKERS TO CONSTRUCT A SOCIAL SITUATION IN SPEECH Jayantini, I Gusti Agung Sri Rwa; Juniartha, I Wayan; Aditana, I Kadek Arya; Umbas, Ronald; Suwastini, Ni Komang Arie
LiNGUA: Jurnal Ilmu Bahasa dan Sastra Vol 16, No 2 (2021): LiNGUA
Publisher : Laboratorium Informasi & Publikasi Fakultas Humaniora UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

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This study relates the discussion of discourse markers to their functions from a social context. It aims to identify discourse markers and analyze their function to construct a social situation in Steve Jobs’ speech delivered at Stanford Commencement Address. To analyze the data in this study, the researchers used a qualitative descriptive method. This study showed that the dominant discourse markers used were connective, followed by cause result, temporal adverb, and marker of response, respectively, in which the last marker was the least used. Furthermore, all discourse markers functioned to gain coherent message delivery in the speech by considering the “setting and scene," "participants," "ends,” “act sequence,” “key,” “instrumentalities,” “norms of interaction,” and “genre,” all of which were shortened in the acronym of “speaking.”  Finally, based on its social situation, the present study is expected to broaden the understanding of discourse markers in a particular text.