Analysis of Illocutions and Perlocutions in the Declarations of Presidential and Vice-Presidential Candidates Prabowo and Gibran

Authors

  • Ristiyani Muria Kudus University, Kudus, 59327 Central Java, Indonesia
  • Nur Alfin Hidayati Muria Kudus University, Kudus, 59327 Central Java, Indonesia
  • Siti Aliya Fatmawati Muria Kudus University, Kudus, 59327 Central Java, Indonesia
  • Putri Esa Agustina Muria Kudus University, Kudus, 59327 Central Java, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53797/icccmjssh.v2i1.4.2023

Keywords:

Locution, illocution, perlocution, presidential and vice-presidential candidates, speech acts

Abstract

This research aims to analyze locution, illocutionary and perlocution in the declarations of presidential and vice-presidential candidates Prabowo and Gibran. Pronunciation refers to the literal meaning of an utterance, pronunciation reflects the intention behind the utterance, and pronunciation refers to the effect of the utterance on the recipient. In the context of presidential and vice-presidential candidates, these statements are an important means of conveying the vision, mission and programs promoted by the candidates. Speech acts include several forms, namely elocutionary, illocutionary and perlocutionary speech acts. Locutionary speech acts are speech acts that express something in the sense of "saying" or speech acts in the form of sentences that are meaningful and understandable. Illocutionary speech acts are speech acts that are usually identified with explicit statements. These illocutionary speech acts often involve giving permission, saying thank you, making offers, and making promises. Perlocutionary speech acts are speech acts that involve other people's words about other people's non-linguistic attitudes and behaviour. The researcher intends to examine the elocutionary, illocutionary and perlocutionary speech acts used in the declarations of presidential and vice-presidential candidates Prabowo and Gibran

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Published

2023-02-25

How to Cite

Ristiyani, Hidayati, N. A., Fatmawati, S. A., & Agustina, P. E. (2023). Analysis of Illocutions and Perlocutions in the Declarations of Presidential and Vice-Presidential Candidates Prabowo and Gibran. ICCCM Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2(1), 51–55. https://doi.org/10.53797/icccmjssh.v2i1.4.2023

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