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Title: A critical discourse analysis of Teun van Dijk on the Jakarta Post's editorials “New Year in Singkil” and “banning hate speech
Authors: Arini Nurfadilah
Advisors: Muhammad Farkhan
Keywords: Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA), text structure, social cognition social context
Issue Date: 20-Mar-2017
Publisher: UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta: Fakultas Adab dan Humaniora, 2017
Abstract: This thesis presents Critical Discourse Analysis especially in text structure, social analysis and social cognition of two articles about the religion conflict among Muslims and Christians on The Jakarta Post online newspapers. The method of this research is qualitative by using the descriptive analysis technique. The compiled data will be analyzed by using the concept of Van Dijk`s discourse analysis concept. The writer analyzes the discourse structure of two editorials on presenting the texts about the religion conflict among Muslims and Christians. Moreover, the writer studies the differences elements of the discourse constuction in both articles. From the analysis, the writer knows that every article has its own style and word in presenting the discourse text based on the writer. In both articles, The Jakarta Post presents all elements of Van Dijk`s discourse analysis concept includingtext strucuture, social cognitive and social analysis. In conclusion, this research shows that each newspaper has different syles in presenting the text. The Jakarta Post focuses on The Jakarta Post perspective in the schematization elements perspective. The result shows that CDA can explore the relationships between language and ideology. Through the language used, it can be known the strength of power and the purpose of the speaker, which the power is strongly felt and the ideology is clearly seen as well as understandable
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