ISLAMIC PRIESTS’ DIRECTIVE SPEECH ACTS IN THE TEACHING ACTIVITIES AT PONDOK PESANTREN AL MUHAMMAD CEPU BLORA

Sari , Kharisma Puspita (2013) ISLAMIC PRIESTS’ DIRECTIVE SPEECH ACTS IN THE TEACHING ACTIVITIES AT PONDOK PESANTREN AL MUHAMMAD CEPU BLORA. Masters thesis, Diponegoro University.

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Abstract

This study aims to investigate two components: (i) illocutionary points of Islamic priests’directive speech acts in the teaching activities of kitab kuning at pondok pesantren, and (ii) meaning levels of Islamic priests’directive speech acts. In order to get the limitation of the study, the researcher decides scope of the study which is Islamic priests and teaching activities of kitab kuning at Pondok Pesantren Al Muhammad Cepu Blora. The study concerns with illocutionary points and meaning levels used by Islamic priests in the teaching activities of kitab kuning at pondok pesantren.The researcher investigates three Islamic priests. In terms of research design, the researcher designed this study as descriptive qualitative research. The recording monologue and the unstructured interviews are the data collection techniques. According to the result, I present two findings: (i) all of the the Islamic priets’ directive speech acts in the teaching activities at pondok pesantren which contain second-order meaning, and (ii) 8 illocutionary points of Islamic priests’ directive speech acts in the teaching activities at pondok pesantren: (a) prohibition, (b) order, (c) asking, (d) recommendation, (e) advice, (f) requirement, (g) instruction, (h) command. According to the analysis, I show three forms of second-order meaning of Islamic priests’ directive speech acts: (a) metaphor, (b) simile, and (c) connotative meaning. As the first conclusion, I regard three findings: (i) almost of the Islamic priests’ directive speech acts are metaphors, (ii) there is only one sample of simile used by the Islamic priests, and (iii) there is only one datum which indicates connotative meaning. As the second conclusion, I consider the second illocutionary point (=order) is the most commonly found in this study.

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Additional Information:Advisor: Herudjati Purwoko,Ph.D
Uncontrolled Keywords:Directives Speech Acts, Public Figures, Teaching Activities, Pondok Pesantren, Illocutionary Kinds, Meaning Levels
Subjects:P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics
Divisions:School of Postgraduate (mixed) > Master Program in Linguistic
ID Code:48268
Deposited By:Mahasiswa Magister Linguistik
Deposited On:14 Sep 2016 10:35
Last Modified:20 Feb 2018 11:45

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