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|Title:||Conversation Analysis Of Turn-Taking In Courtroom Interaction|
|Keywords:||Conversation Analysis;Turn-taking;, Jacob L Mey;Courtroom Interaction|
|Publisher:||Fakultas Adab dan Humaniora UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta|
|Abstract:||The purpose of this research is to analyze the turn-taking in Supreme Court civil case in United States, Sveen v. Melin, decided on June 11, 2018, which this mechanisms occur in the conversation to make the conversation flows well. The objectives of this research are: (1) to analyze how the turn-taking occur in Sveen v. Melin case on June 11, 2018 conversation and (2) to identify the dominant types of turn-taking that are used by the participants in the Sveen v. Melin case on June 11, 2018 conversation. The research questions will be answered in analytical description. This research uses turn-taking theory proposed by Jacob L Mey to analyze the turntaking which occurs in the conversation of Supreme Court civil case in United States, Sveen v. Melin, decided on June 11, 2018. There are three kinds of turn-taking mechanisms which are taking the floor, holding the floor and yielding the floor. Qualitative method is used in this research. The collected data are selected randomly then be classified on the same classes. The result of this research shows that there are 209 data classified as turn-taking, which are 88 data of taking the turn, including 20 data of starting up (12 data of clear start and 8 data of hesitant start), 42 data of interruption, and 26 data of overlapping; 63 data of holding the turn, and 58 data of yielding the turn were found in the conversation. The dominant types of turn-taking that are used by the participants are holding the turn, each of participants does not want the floor is being taken over so they hold their floor.|
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