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Anglicist

ISSN 2301-5837

Vol. 5 / No. 1 / Published : 2016-02

TOC : 3, and page :18 - 23

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Original Article :

Conversational implicature in “sarah sechan” talk show of go green episodes

Author :

  1. Arsita Diningrum*1
  2. Lilla Musyahda*2
  1. Mahasiswa Fakultas Ilmu Budaya
  2. Dosen Fakultas Ilmu Budaya

Abstract :

This study focuses on utterances that flout the maxims of cooperative principle based on Grice’s theory. The aim of this study is to analyze the utterances that flout the maxim in “Sarah Sechan” talk show. There are there data which had analyzed in this study, such as Gerakan Bye- bye Plastic Bag, agar Bali Bebas Kantong Plastik, by Issabel and Melati, Gerakan Diet Kantong Plastik, by Tiza Mafira and Perubahan Hal Kecil di Lingkungan sekitar Kita, by Stenny Agustaf and Nugie. The writer analyzed the data by applying Grice’e theory of Cooperative Principle and conversational implicature. In study used qualitative method to interpret the data, because it analyzed the meaning and understanding through the words. Finally, the writer found that the most frequently maxim flouted occurs ten times in maxim of relation or 48 % from the total maxims. The reason between the host and the guest flouts the maxim of relation because they want to provide an opinion, jokes and give further information.

Keyword :

talk show, cooperative principle, flouting maxims, conversational implicature,


References :

  1. Fahmi, A., (1997). Bersama Televisi Merenda Wajah Bangsa. Jakarta : Yayasan Pengkajian Komunikasi Masa Depan
  2. Levinson, S. C., (1983). Pragmatics. - : Australia: Cambridge University Press.
  3. Pridham, F., (2001). The Language of Conversation. - : New York: Routledge.


   


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