TINDAK TUTUR DIREKTIF DALAM BAHASA MELAYU DIALEK SAMBAS

EVI NOVIANTI , EVI NOVIANTI (2008) TINDAK TUTUR DIREKTIF DALAM BAHASA MELAYU DIALEK SAMBAS. Masters thesis, Program Pascasarjana Universitas Diponegoro.

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Abstract

One of the vernacular languages in Indonesia is Sambas Malay dialect. The big number of its speakers causes this language get special attention. The problem discussed in this research is the directive speech and directive speech of politeness on Sambas Malay dialect. The aim of this research is to describe the directive speech and directive speech of politeness on Sambas Malay dialect. This research uses some theories, they are: Speech Act by Austin (1962) and Searle (1975), Cooperative Principle by Grice (1975) and Politeness Principle by Leech (1983). This research uses pragmatic approach and descriptive method to descript directive speech and directive speech of politeness on Sambas Malay dialect. This research uses qualitative method. The methods of collecting data are used direct observation, and the technique used are: recording technique, note taking technique and pancing technique. The data are analysed using contextual method. From the result of data analysis it is known that the directive speeches on Sambas Malay dialect have the imperative, declarative, and interrogative construction. The directive speech on Sambas Malay dialect have some meaning such as: command, order, expectation, invitation, prohibition, allowing, request, suggestion, and menyule`. The directive speeches of politeness on Sambas Malay dialect are divide into two, linguistics politeness forms and pragmatics politeness forms. Linguistics politenesses are determined by two points, the usage of politeness marker and speech intonation. Linguistic politeness is based on five points, they are: tullong ‘help’, biar ‘let’, cobe` ‘try’, sile’ ‘please’, and harap ‘hope’. Imperative politeness can be formed by declarative and interrogative construction. The declarative constructions are used to state: invitation, command, point, prohibition, and hope. The interrogative construction is used to state: command, invitation, proposing, and please. The researcher suggests the research on Sambas Malay dialect using pragmatic approach is must be still followed up by other researchers.

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subjects:D History General and Old World > D History (General) > D051 Ancient History
Divisions:Postgraduate Program > Master Program in Linguistic
ID Code:34123
Deposited By:Mr Ahlis Ahwan
Deposited On:01 Mar 2012 10:17
Last Modified:01 Mar 2012 10:17

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