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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54423
Doc. No:TL24377
Call number:‭3313743‬
Main Entry:Faizah Sari
Title & Author:Pragmatic particles: A cross-linguistic discourse analysis of interactionFaizah Sari
College:The University of Alabama
Date:2007
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2007
Page No:183
Abstract:This dissertation investigated the intonation contours of seven Indonesian pragmatic particles (kan, ya, kok, lho, dong, deh , and sih) to review the functions of the particles. The more frequently used particles (kan and ya) were then reviewed to determine their cross-linguistic comparability with the English particles (you know and yeah). Videotaped data of naturally occurring conversations by speakers of Indonesian and English were collected. The analysis followed the Pragmatics as Implicit Anchoring model to provide a simple account for the functional descriptions of the particles within the framework of discourse competence. Results indicated that the number of intonation contours for the Indonesian pragmatic particles were used by the speakers both to organize information (for example, to extend common ground and mark shared knowledge) and establish solidarity between interactants. Typical intonation contours found in the data indicated the speaker's expression (for example, surprise and emphasis). In addition, the results of kan and ya analyses showed that both pragmatic particles share some functional spectrum with the English particles you know and yeah, which indicates the cross-linguistic dimensions of the particle pairs kan-you know and ya-yeah. The study concluded that the variety of intonation contours of Indonesian pragmatic particles conveys the emotional involvement between partners in communication in that it increases solidarity among the speakers. The cross-linguistic analysis of pragmatic particles forms a natural link between grammatical and interactional competence and bears an important pedagogical consequence in less commonly taught languages in terms of both improving teaching materials and bringing the culture closer to the learner.
Subject:Language, literature and linguistics; Cross-linguistic; Discourse analysis; Indonesian; Indonesian pragmatic particles; Intonation contour; Less commonly taught language; Pragmatic particles; Linguistics; 0290:Linguistics
Added Entry:D. Liu
Added Entry:The University of Alabama