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|Title:||The phatic communion in the pillars of the community drama transcription|
|Keywords:||phatic communion;community drama|
|Publisher:||Faculty of Educational Sciences, Department of English Education, Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University of Jakarta|
|Abstract:||The research focused on phatic communion in the transcription of The Pillars of the Community drama. The purpose of the research is to find the types, to describe the uses, and to elucidate the function of phatic communion in The Pillars of the Community drama transcription. The method used in this research is qualitative and the collection data technique is done by reading the whole transcription deeply and intensively to find the phatic communion, and picking out the dialogues which are categorized phatic communion in The Pillars of the Community drama. Then, the data is analyzed by identifying and marking the dialogues which are categorized types of phatic communion, classifying them, describing them that are viewed based on the types, interpreting the uses and functions of them based on the context, and drawing conclusion. The research finding shows that there are 40 phatic communions. The types of phatic communions are ten, namely: greeting, farewell, small talk, well wish, health-well being, congratulation, purpose or direction, thank, apology, and agreement. They are used at the beginning and the end of conversation. The functions of the phatic communion are to break silence, begin communication, and end communication, it does not inform or convey thought, appeal hearers‟ attention in interaction, make chit-chat, keep communication going, comment on something supremely obvious, make affirmation, make sure communication course works, convey solidarity and sympathy, and make harmony of social contact. The occurrences of those functions are extremely determined by their context.|
|Appears in Collections:||Prosiding Workshop/Lokakarya/Seminar|
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