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Anglicist

ISSN 2301-5837

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

TOC : 6, and page :40 - 46

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Slips of the tongue produced by interviewees during the job interview at pt. bimasakti multi sinergi

Author :

  1. Kartika Dianpuspa Estadha*1
  2. Masitha Achmad Syukri*2
  1. Mahasiswa Fakultas Ilmu Budaya
  2. Dosen Fakultas Ilmu Budaya

Abstract :

Slips of the tongue happen when the speaker produces a wrong utterance they did not mean to occur. Slips of the tongue naturally happen because of unintentional processes when speech is produced. This present study aims to analyze the types of slips of the tongue which occur in the utterances produced by interviewees during job interview using combined theory proposed by Fromkin (1973) Harley (2001). The data were collected from the job interview held by PT. Bimasakti Multi Sinergi. The participants of this study are 15 interviewees which follow job interview in March 2015 until May 2015. The findings showed that there were 54 slips of the tongue produced by interviewees during the job interview. Thirty four slips belonged to Fromkin (1973) and Harley (2001). Out of 13 types of slips of the tongue, only 6 types were found in this study, namely, phoneme anticipation, word exchange, word substitution, haplologies, affix deletion, and phoneme deletion. The most frequent type of slips of the tongue was word exchange which were 14 occurences of slips of the tongue out of 34 slips or 41.20%. The rest 20 slips were other types than Fromkin (1973) and Harley (2001). They were considered as phoneme substitution, phoneme insertion, and syllable insertion.

Keyword :

interviewees, job interview, slips of the tongue, speech production ,


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