Indonesian Sign Language System Analysis for Deaf Students at SLB Negeri 7 Jakarta During Pandemic

  • Fadhilah Ramadhanty Harapan University, Medan, Indonesia
  • Zuindra Zuindra Harapan University, Medan, Indonesia

Abstract

Abstract--This article aimed to specify  the kinds of illocutionary acts and defined the existence of illocutionary acts and their meaning in a speech to discover the outcomes of the maximum dominant kinds of illocutionary acts in President Joe Biden's speech. The research method used in completing this research becomes the descriptive qualitative method. In studying the data, the theory of Searle (1979) becomes used to determine the illocutionary act category of the speaker utterances. The tool used in collecting and analyzing the information was the speech video of President Joe Biden and the script acquired from the internet. The result of this research confirmed that there was 41 information and the researcher observed five types of the illocutionary act by using Searle’s theory in President Joe Biden’s speech which are assertive, directive, commisive, expressive, and declarative. The most dominant was assertive illocutionary act that implies stating, announcing, reporting, assertion, claiming, telling, informing, assuring, complaining, and concluding.


 Keywords : Pragmatics; speech act; illocutionary act; speech

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Author Biographies

Fadhilah Ramadhanty, Harapan University, Medan, Indonesia

Harapan University, Medan, Indonesia

Zuindra Zuindra, Harapan University, Medan, Indonesia

Harapan University, Medan, Indonesia

Published
2022-03-31
How to Cite
RAMADHANTY, Fadhilah; ZUINDRA, Zuindra. Indonesian Sign Language System Analysis for Deaf Students at SLB Negeri 7 Jakarta During Pandemic. Linguistika: Buletin Ilmiah Program Magister Linguistik Universitas Udayana, [S.l.], v. 29, n. 1, p. 58--64, mar. 2022. ISSN 2656-6419. Available at: <https://ojs.unud.ac.id/index.php/linguistika/article/view/84079>. Date accessed: 16 aug. 2022. doi: https://doi.org/10.24843/ling.2022.v29.i01.p08.
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