Linguistics & Language teaching journal articles


Titre1–20
https://faizal-risdianto.scholar.google.com 
THE ANALYSIS OF ILLOCUTIONARY ACT ON AUDIO FILE ENTITLED “JAMA’AH AUSTRALIA – KEPENTINGAN MENGHIDUPKAN AMAL MASJID 

Introduction to Literature

F Risdianto
Yogyakarta: Trust Media Publishing
9 2011
Effective & Efficient Reading

F Risdianto
Solo: Rustam Publishing
7 2012
Risdianto, Faizal ( STAIN Salatiga)
Language Circle: Journal of Language and Literature Vol 10, No 2 (2016): April 2016 page. 161-172
Publisher: Faculty of Languages ​​and Arts, State University of Semarang
3
LEKSEMA: Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Vol 1, No 1 (2016) page. 47-58
Publisher: Fakultas Ilmu Tarbiyah dan Keguruan IAIN Surakarta
The Use of Conceptual Metaphor in Gola Gong’s Novel Bila Waktu Bicara

F Risdianto
REGISTER 3 (1), 103-125
3 2010
A conversational implicature analysis in oscar wilde’s short story “happy prince”

F Risdianto
REGISTER 4 (2)
2 2011
The use of metaphor in Barack Obama’s inauguration speech

F Risdianto
Language Circle: Journal of Language and Literature 10 (2), 161-172

1 2016
THE ANALYSIS OF ILLOCUTIONARY ACT ON AUDIO FILE ENTITLED “JAMA’AH AUSTRALIA – KEPENTINGAN MENGHIDUPKAN AMAL MASJID”
Journal from JKPTUMPO / 2014-11-13 12:20:50
Oleh : FAIZAL RISDIANTO
Dibuat : 2014-11-13, dengan 0 file

Keyword : ILLOCUTIONARY
Url : http://lib.umpo.ac.id
Sumber pengambilan dokumen : Dimensi Pendidikan dan Pembelajaran Volume 2 nomor 2 juli 2014

The research design of this study is descriptive qualitative. The data sources of this study are audio file entitled “Jama’ah Australia – Kepentingan Menghidupkan Amal Masjid” which is taken from an interesting video uploaded by a member having the Youtube account named “Ummat Akhir Zaman” a.k.a Syukri Abdullah. This interesting video is a record of English bayan (English Islamic sermon) given by the representative of Tablighi Jamaat member from Sydney, Australia. Even though it is in a form of video but there is no moving picture in it but it is merely a one hour-five minutes and thirty one second MP3 recording file. This paper merely focuses on analyzing the most dominant types of Speech Acts on Audio File of Australian Jamaat English Islamic sermon entitled “Jama’ah Australia – Kepentingan Menghidupkan Amal Masjid”. This Audio File of Australian Jamaat English Islamic sermon is analyzed by the perspective of SearlÂ’s theory. From the analysis of audio file entitled “Jama’ah Australia – Kepentingan Menghidupkan Amal Masjid” it can be found four types of SearleÂ’s illocutionary acts: Directive, commisive, representative and expressive. There are 50 data of illocutionary acts which consist of : 8 data of the type of Directive: One data showing of stating and 7 data showing of suggesting, 4 data of the type of Commisive: Two data showing promising and 2 data showing of threatening, 36 data of the type of Representative: 5 data showing of asserting and 31 data showing of informing, and 2 data of the type of Expressive: 2 data showing the illocutionary acts of praising. From the classification of the data, it can be seen clearly that the type of commisive is the most dominant. This was used since the Australian speaker want to show humbleness and politeness when he was giving sermon in front of Indonesian audience.

Discourse Analysis of a Song Lyric Entitled” We Will Not Go Down”

F Risdianto
Register Journal 9 (1)
2016
The Differences between Thai and Indonesian Undergraduates in Pronouncing Plural Nouns and Third Singular Present Verbs due to Progressive Assimilation

SZ Muna
Register Journal 8 (2)
2016
Model Pembelajaran Bahasa Inggris di Ponpes Ta’mirul Islam Surakarta

F Risdianto

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s