Rangkuti, Rahmadsyah
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HATE SPEECH USED BY HATERS OF LADY GAGA ON SOCIAL MEDIA Siahaan, Indah Permata Sari; Rangkuti, Rahmadsyah; Ganie, Rohani
Nusa: Jurnal Ilmu Bahasa dan Sastra Vol 14, No 4: November 2019
Publisher : Program Studi Sastra Indonesia, Fakultas Ilmu Budaya, Universitas Diponegoro

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (350.447 KB) | DOI: 10.14710/nusa.14.4.573-582

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This research investigates impolite utterances by haters of Lady Gaga on her instagram comments through pragmatic study. The object is to find out the types and functions of impoliteness strategies. This research was conducted by descriptive qualitative design. The data were words, phrases and clauses. The sources of data were comments of Lady Gaga haters in a photo which posted on January 10th 2019 on her instagram account. The findings of the study show that: (1) There are four types of impoliteness strategies found on comments of Lady Gaga?s instagram namely positive impoliteness, bald on record impoliteness, negative impoliteness, and sarcasm. Positive and negative impoliteness are the high percentage strategies while sarcasm is the lowest frequency strategy to occur in this research. (2) There are three functions of impoliteness strategies are used by haters of Lady Gaga on her instagram comments. They are entertaining impoliteness, affective impoliteness, and coercive impoliteness.
HATE SPEECH ACTS: A CASE IN BATU BARA Rangkuti, Rahmadsyah; Pratama, Andi; Zulfan, Zulfan
Language Literacy: Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Language Teaching Vol 3, No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Sumatera Utara (UISU)

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Hate speech acts that occur in the online realm expressed with words of prejudice and negative feelings are far more dangerous than in the offline realm. Hate speech is a new area in the study of illocutionary speech acts. This new area of speech acts becomes more interesting because every hate speech has various meanings or illocutionary forces based on speaker?s intention. This study aims to analyse the classifications and aims of illocutionary acts and illocutionary forces of hate speech contained in two face book group accounts related to Batu Bara district?s local election. The research method is descriptive qualitative. The data of this research are thirteen utterances/speeches of face book users in Batu Bara district?s local election group account. Data were collected using the documentation method with the help of referring technique. This method is used to observe the expression of the face book users? hatred on issues related to social, cultural and political background on each candidate. Thirteen utterances analyzed are classified into assertive, directive and expressive and have illocutionary forces namely insulting, inciting and discriminating. This study indicates that hate speech can be identified linguistically.
Indian Contribution to Language Sciences in Non-Western Tradition: With Reference to Arabic Rangkuti, Rahmadsyah; Hasnain, S. Imtiaz
International Journal of Cultural and Art Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2018): International Journal of Culture and Art Studies (IJCAS)
Publisher : Talenta Publisher

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Language study relates itself to both ontology and epistemology. Both ontological and epistemological investigations have been the subject of debate and discussion in different civilizations producing a number of grammatical traditions other than the West. Arab, China, India and the ancient Near East can also boast of language traditions of greater antiquity. In terms of richness of insight and comprehensiveness of scope, both India and the Arab compete on equal terms with the West, where each grew independently of the others and for the most part developed separately, drawing on the resources of the culture within which it grew. Hence, there is strong need to have a study of comparative grammatical theory to which Indian, Arabs and Chinese also belong, centring on the questions of: What has been the importance of these theories explanatory categories appear in historically unrelated linguistic theory, and if they do, why? This perspective would bring new dimension to the study of linguistic theory and would not remain at the level of redressing the overwhelming emphasis on the European tradition in the study of history of linguistics.