AN ANALYSIS OF SPEECH ACT OF KIM NAM JUN’S SPEECH AT THE UNITED NATION GENERAL ASSEMBLY 2018

FARAH, MULYAWATI (2021) AN ANALYSIS OF SPEECH ACT OF KIM NAM JUN’S SPEECH AT THE UNITED NATION GENERAL ASSEMBLY 2018. Undergraduate thesis, UIN RADEN INTAN LAMPUNG.

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Abstract

ABSTRACT Being able to use speech act appropriately alienates us from misunderstanding on interpreting the meaning of the utterances due to the distinction of the origin of the language and the user. The purposes of this research were to find out the classifications of illocutionary act, the classification mostly used by Kim Nam Jun and the perlocutionary act resulted by the hearers toward Kim Nam Jun’s speech at the United Nation General Assembly 2018. This research used descriptive qualitative. This research used Searle’s taxonomy in analyzing the classifications of illocutionary act used by the speaker and analyzing the supporting documents from news, fan page, Twitter and YouTube to obtain the perlocutionary acts resulted by the hearers towards his speech. The findings of this research showed that Kim Nam Jun only performed four from five classifications of illocutionary act. They were assertive, directive, commisive, and expressive. Kim Nam Jun performed assertive acts such as introducing, stating, telling, explaining, reasoning, boasting, claiming, informing and describing. He also performed directive acts such as inviting and urging. He once did a commissive act. It was promising. He performed two expressive acts such as thanking and expressing honor while he did not do any declarative acts in his speech. Kim Nam Jun dominated his speech with assertive acts with the percentage of 65.52%. Directive was in the second position with 18.72%. Then, expressive was in the third position with 12.48%. The last was commisive with 3.12%. The researcher discovered that the speech motivated the hearers to love themselves and made the hearers speaking up themselves. Key words : Illocutionary, Perlocutionary, Speech Act

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects: Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
Divisions: Fakultas Tarbiyah dan Keguruan > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: LAYANAN PERPUSTAKAAN UINRIL REFERENSI
Date Deposited: 02 Mar 2021 17:54
Last Modified: 02 Mar 2021 17:54
URI: http://repository.radenintan.ac.id/id/eprint/13360

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