TINDAK TUTUR ILOKUSI ASERTIF DALAM KUMPULAN CERITA PENDEK ICH SCHENK DIR EINE GESCHICHTE-MUTGESCHICHTEN

  • Miranda Arifsetiawati Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Rr. Dyah Woroharsi Parnaningroem Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Abstract

In literary works there are speech or utterations in the form of writing in the form of dialogue or conversation. In this study, short stories are used as a source of research data because short stories are an effective medium for review in speech act studies. Assertive illocutionary speech acts are used as objects in this study. Illocutionary speech acts are acts of doing something with specific goals and functions, whereas assertive speeches that bind the speaker to the truth of what is said, such as stating, suggesting, boasting, complaining and complaining ). Ich schenk dir eine Geschichte is a collection of German short stories in 2011 consisting of several authors, namely Michael Borlik, Sissy Flegel, Annette Langen, Sabine Ludwig, Regina Rusch, Ursel Scheffler, Anja Tuckerman as well as the discussion in this study. In this study, researchers chose four short stories, namely Cassandras Geheimnis by Michael Borlik, Wie Timmy zum Hund kam by Sissi Flegel, Blauer Montag by Sabine Ludwig, Nina by Anja Tuckermann. The four stories were chosen because there are narratives supported by narratives that clarify the context. The formulation of the problem under study is How to assert illocutionary speech in a collection of Geschichte-Mutgeschichten-Ichchenk dir-eine short story 2011. From the formulation of the problem, this study aims to describe the assertive illocutionary speech contained in a collection of Ich Schenk dirine's Geschichte-Mutgeschichten 2011 short story. This research is descriptive qualitative because the data obtained in the form of dialogue or conversation as well as context that contains assertive illocutionary speech acts. From the research that has been done, the results of the four short stories are obtained. Assertive illocution which consists of 8 functions not found in all four short stories. The first short story contains 5 functions; the second short story contains 6 functions; the third short story contains 4 functions; and the fourth short story contains 6 functions.

Keywords: Speech Act, Assertive Illocution, Short Story

 

Published
2020-08-18
Section
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