Febrina, Dian Alvira (2019) TINDAK TUTUR ILOKUSI PADA LIRIK LAGU BAND DEWA. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Diponegoro.

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Alvira. Febrina Dian. 2019. "Illocutionary Speech on Dewa Band Song Lyrics". Thesis (SI) Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Diponegoro University, Semarang. Supervisor Drs. Suharyo, M. Hum. and Dr. Mujid F. Amin, M.Pd. The research entitled "Illocutionary Speech Acts on the God Band Song Lyrics" aims to (i) find out what kinds of speech acts are contained in Dewa's song lyrics and (ii) find out which speech acts are the most dominant or often found in the band's lyrics God. In this case there are several speech acts contained in the lyrics of Dewa Dewa songs, namely Ilocutionary Speech, Perlokusi Speech, Representative Speech, Directive Speech, Expressive and Evaluative Speech, Commissive Speech and Declaration. The material of this research is 2 albums or about 20 songs by Dewa. To collect the data to be examined, this study uses the method refer to the note taking technique. The method of observation is done by observing and listening directly to the use of the language of song lyrics as research material. The term listening in this study takes the form of listening to the lyrics of Dewa's song in the form of words, tuturan and sentences containing verbs. Furthermore, with the note-taking technique, the researcher clarified the data in the form of speech acts and speech acts which were the most dominant in the lyrics of Dewa's band. Data analysis was carried out by using a pragmatic approach with several aspects, namely speakers and opponents of speech, context of speech, speech objectives, speech as a form of action or activity and speech as products contained in Dewa's band song lyrics and the most dominant speech acts. The results of this study indicate: First, in the form of speech acts on Dewa Dewa's song lyrics which include Representative Speech, Directive Speech, Expressive Speech, Commissive Speech and Declaration Speech Actions and each speech act has a verb. The second is the description of the most dominant speech act found in Dewa Dewa's song lyrics, which is a Representative Speech because of a speech act that binds the speaker of the truth of what is being said. Keywords: Lyrics, Speech Acts, Illocutionary, Pragmatic.

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics > P1-1091 Philology. Linguistics > P1-85 General
Divisions:Faculty of Humanities > Department of Indonesian
ID Code:72544
Deposited By:Sastra Indonesia
Deposited On:13 May 2019 08:58
Last Modified:13 May 2019 08:58

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