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Journal of Pragmatics Research
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Journal of Pragmatics Research is published by State Insitute of Islamic Studies Salatiga, Indonesia. it is a forum for bringing together a wide range of research in pragmatics, including cognitive pragmatics, corpus pragmatics, historical pragmatics, interpersonal pragmatics, socio-pragmatics, theoretical pragmatics and related fields. Our aim is to publish innovative pragmatic scholarship from all perspectives, which contributes to theories how speakers produce and interpret language in different contexts drawing on verified data from a wide range of languages/cultures in different parts of the world.
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The use of Declaration of Illocutionary Acts of the Korean-English Drama “I Hear Your Voice” Sartika, Endang; Marzuqoh, Sari; Majid, Khoirul
Journal of Pragmatics Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): JoPR
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.1836/jopr.v1i1.30-42

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This study deals with the types of declaration of illocutionary acts in the Korean-English Drama “I Hear Your Voice”. The objectives of this study are (1) to find and classify the utterances in the English subtitle of the Korean drama entitled “I Hear Your Voice” that belongs to declaration of illocutionary acts, (2) to analyze the implication of the declaration of illocutionary act found in the Korean English drama “I Hear Your Voice”. This research applies descriptive qualitative method. The objects of this study are English Subtitles of the drama in episode 8 to 13 which is containing the utterances of Declaration of Illocutionary Acts. The researcher found 40 declaration of illocutionary act utterance which is divided into five types of Declaration of Illocutionary acts and the dominant types was Sentencing. For specific result, the researcher provided the percentage in detail; Resigning (5%) in 2 data, Demising (12,5%) in 5 data, Naming (17,5%) in 7 data, Appointing (20%) in 8 data, and Sentencing (45%) in 12 data. The implication of the result of this research toward English Language Teaching is that this research could be authentic material by teachers or lecturers to teach Pragmatic especially about Speech Acts.Key words: Declaration, Illocutionary acts, Speech acts.
Co-occurences of kok and other markers in colloquial Jakartan Indonesian Mutiara, Rika
Journal of Pragmatics Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): JoPR
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.1836/jopr.v1i1.43-61

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This study analyzes discourse marker (DM) kok (why) in colloquial Jakartan Indonesian. Co-occurences of markers are noticeable features. It focuses on examining the emotive and textual functions of the co-occurences of kok and other markers. This study applied corpus methods. It was found that there are 7 markers co-occur with kok namely lho, eh, oh, lha, wah, ah, and ih that always appear on the left side of kok. Only DM sih occurs on the right side. In emotive functions, the co-occurrences were used to show shock, disappointment, and disgust. Three markers might occur together in one utterance which cause more complex senses. Some utterances with kok appear repeatedly in the form of questions. It seems that in questions with kok, the speakers feel more curious and demand more responses. In textual functions, the speakers use the co-occurrences to raise a topic, emphasize, demand answers, and negotiate. Moreover, it was also used when the speakers have just noticed something and tried to make the interlocutors notice.
Analysis of Humor on Cartoon Comics "Be Like Bro": Pragmatics Study Puri, Anindita Dewangga; Baskara, FX. Risang
Journal of Pragmatics Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): JoPR
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This article aims to identify the types of violation of conversational maxims created by cartoon comic entitled “Be Like Bro” in the English version and also to describe how the humorous situation can be created from those violations. There are two findings in this research. First, those six data show that there is a violation of conversational maxims, which are the maxim of quantity, the maxim of relevance, and the maxim of manner. Those six data also show that the humorous situation is creating by incongruent meaning in the conversation and releasing the feeling. Keywords: humor, cooperative principles, context, pragmatics
Rethinking Politeness Principle in Pragmatics Study Rosyidha, Alfin; Afdiyani, Irfi N.; Fatimah, Ayu D.; Nisa, Izzatun
Journal of Pragmatics Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): JoPR
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (85.577 KB) | DOI: 10.1836/jopr.v1i1.23-29

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The study focuses on Politeness Principle found in the movie Kung Fu Panda 1 using Leech’s theory.Leech defines politeness as forms of behaviour that establish and maintain comity. He proposed six types of politeness maxim such as tact maxim, generosity maxim, approbation maxim, modesty maxim, agreement maxim, and sympathy maxim. The objectives of this study are to classify the type of politeness maxim used in the movie, to know the frequency of the most and the least maxim used in the movie, and to explain how the figures in the movie used politeness principle in the communication.The writers used descriptive analysis in analyzing the politeness principle used in the movie and used a simple quantitative analysis to know the frequency of the politeness principle. The result of the study shows that all politeness maxim is used in the movie with the frequency tact maxim 10 utterances (9,8%), generosity maxim 5 utterances (4,9%), approbation maxim 24 utterances (23,5%), modesty maxim 11 utterances (10,8%), agreement maxim 45 utterances (44,1%), and sympathy maxim 7 utterances (6,9%).Keywords: Pragmatics, Politeness principle, Movie.
Maxim of Cooperative Principle Violation by Dodit Mulyanto in Stand-up Comedy Indonesia Season 4 Satria Raharja, Ahmad Ulliyadhi; Rosyidha, Alfin
Journal of Pragmatics Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): JoPR
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.1836/jopr.v1i1.62-77

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This study focuses on cooperative principle violation done by Dodit Mulyanto in Stand Up Comedy Indonesia season 4 using Grice’s theory. Grice expressed cooperative principle to suggest that in conversational interaction people work on the assumption that a certain set of rules is in operation, unless they receive indications to the contrary. The aims of this research are to classify the maxims of cooperative principle and to explain how Dodit Mulyanto violates cooperative principle to raise humor in Stand Up Comedy Indonesia season 4. Besides, this research is also directed to discover the types of violation maxims, the most dominant violation maxim, and to explain the causes of the most dominant violation maxim in Dodit Mulyanto’s Stand Up Comedy Indonesia season 4. This research is conducted using qualitative method.  The sources of data are the 17 videos of Dodit Mulyanto’s speech during his performance in Stand Up Comedy Indonesia Kompas TV season 4 by downloading from YouTube site. The data are the utterances of Dodit Mulyanto which considered contain the violation of cooperative principles. The data are collected using the check list instrument and then analyzed based on the violation on each maxim. At the end, the researcher draws the conclusion which is in accordance with the research finding. The results of the analysis shows that all types of maxim were violated; 12 utterances violation maxim of quantity (24,4%), 13 utterances violation maxim of quality (26,5%), 22 utterances violation maxim of relation (44,9%), and 2 utterances violation maxim of manner (4,1%). The most dominant type of violation maxims was the violation maxim of relation because Dodit Mulyanto delivered too much message, which is unmatched with the topic or changed conversation topic abruptly or did the wrong causality, than is required to raise humor in Stand Up Comedy Indonesia Kompas TV season 4.Keywords: Cooperative Principle, Maxim Violation, Stand Up Comedy.
The problem of Presupposition in George Orwell’s Novella Animal Farm Risdianto, Faizal; Malihah, Noor; Guritno, Agung
Journal of Pragmatics Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): JoPR
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This research attempts to investigate the pragmatics presupposition in George Orwell’s Novella Animal Farm. Specifically, it tries to identify and classify the presupposition used in conversation in Orwell’s novella. The identification is based on the presupposition triggers and classification based on six type of presupposition. The research also attempts to analyze the function in the use of presupposition in conversation. The data in this research are in form of utterances containing presupposition. Based on the classification of six presupposition types according to Yule's theory (1996), 180 presuppositions are found: 69 (38,3%) existential triggered by definite description and possessive construction, 35 (19,4%) lexical triggered by change of state verb; implicative predicate; iterative, 53 (29,4%) structural triggered by WH-question, 4 (2,2%) factive triggered by factive verb/predicate aware & glad and 19 (10,6%) non-factive triggered by the verb dream & imagine. Based on the six language function by Jakobson (1960), there are 5 functions of presupposition in the novella which are, 57 (47, 9%) referential, 33(27,7%) emotive, 25(21,1%) conative, 3(2,5%) poetic and 1 (0,8%) phatic. In this research, the practice of referential function in applying presupposition is considered as the most frequent.Keywords: Presupposition, presupposition triggers, Novella, George Orwell
A Discourse Analysis on “Under the Same Sun” from Scorpions Arifin, Win Listyaningrum
Journal of Pragmatics Research Vol 1, No 1 (2019): JoPR
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.1836/jopr.v1i1.78-88

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The song "Under the Same Sun" firstly released in 1993 is a song written by famous rock group music namely Scorpions. This group is coming from Hannover, Germany. Though renowned phenomenally as a music group with loud genre but this song is a ballad one because it really tells the story of real-life people in the war zone while citizens of the world just show a little caring concern. The song portraits a common view on the hopelessness of victimized people in war zone who need for sympathy and empathy. Otherwise, they get no positive response from other people who live in comfort. This paper is a library research with a descriptive qualitative approach to investigate the discourse analysis of a song lyric. The approach is then used to analyze the data from the song lyrics. The discourse aims at finding the discourse on its grammatical aspect, lexical aspects, situational aspect, and contextual aspect. The study’s discourse analysis on the song lyrics reveals several features. From the grammatical aspect of this song revealed the references in the form of pronoun and demonstrative, ellipsis and conjunction. While in the lexical aspects, it found only two components, namely reps and collocation. The contextual analysis showed the cultural context and the context of the situation. Meanwhile, the situational context itself is divided into physical context, epistemic context and social context.Keywords: Grammatical Aspect, Lexical Aspect, Contextual Aspect
THE FUTURE AND CHALLENGE OF PRAGMATICS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING Mazulfah, Mazulfah
Journal of Pragmatics Research Vol 1, No 2 (2019): JoPR
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (374.862 KB) | DOI: 10.18326/jopr.v1i2.156-165

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This paper demonstrates about the future and challenge of pragmatics in English language teaching. In pragmatics, meaning in communication has an important role and it can be categorized into two elements such as verbal and nonverbal. It depends on various contexts, relationship between utterers, and social factors. In English language teaching, pragmatic is very important because the four language skills in language learning such as reading writing, listening and speaking do not occur in isolation in communicative texts or activities. So through forming a good pragmatic competence for the language learner, should be considered. As English has played an indispensable role in global communication, it is important for English language users, both native and non-native, to use clear, comprehensible and educated English that allows smooth communication and avoids misunderstandings in social interactions. Pragmatic competence can facilitate language users to successfully achieve their communicative aims in intercultural communication. Consequently, pragmatic elements have noticeable important in communication between speakers because such elements can hinder inaccuracies and misunderstandings during communication so teachers should teach pragmatic competence in language English classes through different activities and tasks.Keywords: Pragmatics, English language teaching, language competencies. 
SPEECH ACTS IN EFL CLASSROOMS Christianto, Danin
Journal of Pragmatics Research Vol 2, No 1 (2020): JoPR
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18326/jopr.v2i1.68-79

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Speech act is a functional unit in the form of an act which helps humans understand or accomplish things with words in communication. This research was aimed to find out and analyse the types of speech acts which were performed by teachers and students in English as a Foreign Language (EFL) classrooms. The researcher employed the speech act theory from Cruse (2000) to analyse and interpret the research results. Qualitative research was applied in this research due to the data source was from the teaching and learning activities in naturalistic environments in English classrooms. The subjects of this research were teachers and students in REAL Equivalent English classrooms. The results showed that there were three types of speech acts found in the interactions between the teachers and students, namely locutionary act, illocutionary act, and perlocutionary act. Locutionary act was performed when teachers and students uttered expressions with no certain intentions. Illocutionary act, on the other hand, was performed when the expressions contained certain intentions to listeners. Perlocutionary act was performed when the listeners showed responses and acted as feedback to the speakers? utterances. By conducting this research, the researcher hopes that it can give more insights to readers regarding to the study of speech act theory in pragmatics field.  Keywords:   English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Classrooms, Speech Acts, REAL Equivalent English, Teachers and Students.
AN ANALYSIS ON PRAGMATIC FORCE OF DECLARATIVE UTTERANCES USED BY THE MAIN CHARACTER IN MONA LISA SMILE MOVIE AND ITS IMPLICATION ON LANGUAGE TEACHING Hakim, Juhariyah Nur
Journal of Pragmatics Research Vol 1, No 2 (2019): JoPR
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This research uses a descriptive qualitative method. The source of the data are document (the authentic manuscript) and video of ?Mona Lisa Smile? film.  The goals of this research are (1) to identify the contexts of declarative utterances uttered by the main character (Katherine Wattson) in the film entitled ?Mona Lisa Smile?, (2) to explain the pragmatic forces of declarative utterances. To find the pragmatic forces of declarative utterances in the film entitled ?Mona Lisa Smile? the researcher identifies the context of each datum in declarative utterance based on Austin?s classification of act performance in language. There are 69 utterances in the film, then the researcher randomly takes 35 utterances of declarative utterances to be analyzed. The results of this research are, that (1) In every utterance, context has important role in determine the meaning of the utterance, (2) The hearer?s response to Katherine Watson?s declarative utterances varies. The hearer?s response can be in forms of a statement, question, act and sometimes silence to Katherine utterances, (3) From the 35 of declarative utterances that have been uttered by Katherine Watson there are 13 kinds of force: consisting of insisting, claiming, complaining, apologizing, requesting, appointing, ordering, warning, suggesting, blaming, sentencing, asking, and advising. The implications of this research on teaching and learning activity are, (1) the pragmatic force of declarative utterances can be used as teacher?s classroom instruction, and (2) the pragmatic force of declarative utterances can be used as a teaching material.  Keywords: pragmatic, speech act, illocution, declarative  

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