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Title: An Analysis Of Donald Trump`s commissive speech act in USS Yorktown on December 7, 2015
Authors: Khalimatul Mauludiyah
Advisors: Abdurrosyid
Keywords: Pragmatics, commissive, speech act, hate speech, direct and indirect speech
Issue Date: 20-Mar-2017
Publisher: UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta: Fakultas Adab dan Humaniora, 2017
Abstract: This research focuses on the analysis of the commissive speech act uttered in YouTube by Donald trump campaign speech in the state of USS, Yorktown, he stated that he will forbid Muslims enter the United States, the speech has implicit meaning. And the meaning can understand by using pragmatics. In conducting research, the writer used qualitative research methods. In the entire qualitative research process, the researcher keeps a focus on learning the meaning that the participants hold about the problem or issue, not the meaning that the researchers bring to the research or that writer express in the literature. The author listens to the content of the speech and then, observing and pay attention to details, as well as understand the whole sentence in the speech while collect the data. Through the results of the analysis of sentences delivered Donald Trump in his speech, it can be concluded that in a speech found speech use commissive illocutionary act, which it is classified into Commit, promise, threaten, refuse, assure, guarantee, and bet, and it uttered indirectly.
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