Vol 3 No 2 October (2021) Journal of Pragmatics Research

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This is the latest publication of Vol 3, No 2 October (2021) Journal of Pragmatics Research, IAIN Salatiga

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Vol 3, No 2 October (2021) Journal of Pragmatics Research
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1. Hedges in Students’ Reflective Feedback: Evidence from an Online Class during COVID-19 Outbreak by Arina Isti’anah, Anindita Dewangga Puri DOI: 10.18326/jopr.v3i2.86-96
2. Impoliteness of Directive Speech Acts in Online Indonesian Language Learning by Laili Etika Rahmawati, Nurul Hidayat, Andra Kurniawan DOI : 10.18326/jopr.v3i2.97-107
3. Persuasive Strategies in Selected Brand Products’ Advertisement on Instagram: Rationalization Aspect by Tira Nur Fitria DOI : 10.18326/jopr.v3i2.108-130
4. Impoliteness Addressed to Different Genders and their Responses in The Kitchen Nightmares, a TV Reality Show by A. Dzo’ul Milal, Angga Cahya Pramono DOI : 10.18326/jopr.v3i2.131-146
5. Integrating Politeness Principles and Strategies in Counselling Technique: A Phenomenological Study by Syafryadin Syafryadin DOI : 10.18326/jopr.v3i2.147-159
6. A Survey of Infringements of Gricean Maxims in Some Precautionary Inscriptions on Medicine Packets by Rosarri C Mbisike DOI : 10.18326/jopr.v3i2.160-172

The latest issue of Journal of Pragmatics Research

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Metaphors Trump’s Discourse ‘Lives by’: are they Mere
Pervasive Linguistic Clichés or Persuasive Tools?

DOI : 10.18326/jopr.v3i1.1-13

Abidi Hajer

PDF  :1-13

On Speech Acts

DOI : 10.18326/jopr.v3i1.14-27

I Dewa Putu Wijana

PDF :14-27

 Sociopragmatics Competence in The Characteristics of
Banyumas Community Blakasuta

DOI : 10.18326/jopr.v3i1.28-45

Erwita Nurdiyanto, Gita Anggria

PDF  : 28-45

Acts of Requesting as Realized by English for Specific
Purposes Students

DOI : 10.18326/jopr.v3i1.46-58

Arif Nugroho, Nuning Wahyu Astuti,
Arief Eko Priyo Atmojo

PDF  : 46-58

Hedges Function in Masculine and Feminine Feature’s
Language: A Pragmatics Analysis

DOI : 10.18326/jopr.v3i1.59-69

Dinda Noor Azizah

PDF  : 59-69

Speech Acts Found in English Tourism Slogans Used in

DOI : 10.18326/jopr.v3i1.70-85

Giyatmi Giyatmi, Purwani Indri
Astuti, Ratih Wijayava

PDF  : 70-85



Ita Fitriana

Program Doktor (S-3) Ilmu Linguistik Fakultas Ilmu Budaya

Universitas Udayana



The study entitled “Analysis of Conversation Implicature and Conventional Implicature is a discourse analysis dialog. In daily conversation, people used to implicatures. The discourse of daily implicatures contains special messages or implied meanings contained. This happens because in each other often happen a miss communication. In other words, lack of awareness of implicatures contained in daily life. The problem studied in this research is how the picture implicatures discourse of daily conversation. In answer to the problem of this research using a descriptive method that describes and reveals facts. The finding of this study in particular can be used as a means for the public understanding of the language daily conversation containing implicatures.

Keywords: conversation, implicatures, conventional. 



Acting the Intangible: Hints of Politeness in Non-Verbal Form

Authors:  Jumanto Jumanto ,Sarif Rizal , Raden Nugroho    


This review paper has explored politeness in non-verbal form to come to
hints for indicating the ideology. Politeness in non-verbal form is
researched by reviewing verbal politeness theories through interpretive
techniques, and then the data in form of interpreted hints based on the
reviews are analyzed by employing a coding technique. The six non-verbal
hints of politeness found out based on the theoretical reviews are
silence for politeness, gestures for politeness, gifts for politeness,
observance of norms, rules, and regulations for politeness, adjusted
behavior for politeness, and performance for politeness. The hints
expectedly provide a sufficient account for non-verbal politeness in
interactions or communication between a speaker and a hearer. The
findings also encourage promoting harmony among speakers of languages in
non-verbal interactions or communication, especially in formal
situations or in the general public. The hints are hopefully also worth
considering in the context of English language teaching and learning
across languages and cultures in the world.

Source: http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/elt/article/view/71144


On Speech Acts by I Dewa Putu Wijana

On Speech Acts

I Dewa Putu Wijana
Universitas Gadjah Mada


This paper is intended to give insights to the readers about the development of speech act theories which include categories, characteristics, validities, and strategies. The research begins with the classification of speech acts done by some experts and continues with the description of characteristics and validities carried out especially by Austin and Searle, and ends with speech act strategies developed by Parker and Riley, using examples taken from Indonesian, Javanese, Balinese, and English, four languages that the writer masters relatively well. Most Indonesian, Balinese, and Javanese data together with their context are created intuitively as a native or nearly-native speaker while some English utterances are created and the others extracted from pragmatic textbooks used as references in this study. Research findings show that there are various types of speech acts, and each speech act has its own validity conditions. Among them, illocutionary acts constitute the focal point of pragmatics’ studies. The description shows that every expert of pragmatics uses different categories in classifying illocutionary acts, and the kinds of strategies used to express them.

Keywords: pragmatics, speech act, speech act strategy.

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