The terms of address used to address Amanda Wijaya ( a sociolinguistic study)

Wijaya, Amanda (1999) The terms of address used to address Amanda Wijaya ( a sociolinguistic study). Undergraduate thesis, Widya Mandala Catholic University Surabaya.

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Abstract

The study under report tried to answer the following research questions: (1) What terms of address does Amanda (the writer) use to refer to herself when talking to other people around her? (2) What terms of address do the people around Amanda use to address her in their daily interaction? (3) What factors make Amanda decide to use such terms of address to address herself when talking to other people around her? (4) What factors make the people around Amanda decide to use such terms of address to address her? Using (1) the theories of address terms which cover the nature of terms of address, the types of terms of address, and the functions of the terms of address, (2)the theories of the social factors and social dimensions of address terms which determine the appropriate choice of address terms, and (3)with reference to the previous related studies especially those done by Tukan (1987), Saleh (1997), Ngadiman (1989), and Nasution (1994), the writer set up the following parameters: Participants (Social Distance and Status between Interlocutors and Amanda), Setting. Topic, and Purpose of interaction to analyse the address terms used by people around to address Amanda and the address terms used by Amanda to refer to herself when talking to those people. These data were collected using the following instruments: (1)the writer, as the data collector, analyst and the interpreter of the findings, (2) recordings, gathered with a tape recorder, and (3) worksheets, used to analyse the data and to list the underlying reasons of the people and the writer's intentions in using such address terms. The data analysis brought the following findings: (1)The terms of address used by people to address Amanda are Ameng. Meng. Aman /Δman/, Man /man/, Mandy, Mak, Amanda, Manda, Man /man/, Blewah, Ape, Monyong. Amandel, Gendut, Ndut, Cik Man, Cik, Cie, Mbak Manda I Mbak Man I Mbak, Kon, Kowe, Lu, Kamu, ''You", Yi Man, Ku Man, and Kuku. (2)The terms of address used by Amanda to refer to herself are Aku, Saya, 'I', Aman /Δman/, Yi Man, Ku Man, and Kuku. (3)The factors determining the choice of address tenns used by other people to address Amanda are the social relationship which depends on who and how other people see Amanda such as Parents - Child, Friend - Friend, Superior - Subordinate, and I or Subordinate - Superior and the intended meanings underlying the choice of address terms such as for mocking, indicating distant / close relationship, indicating formality, showing love, respect, intimacy, and / or a change in attitude. (4)The factors determining the choice of address terms used by Amanda to refer to herself are the social relationship which depends on who and how Amanda see her interlocutors such as Child - Parents, Friend - Friends, Superior - Subordinates, and Subordinate - Superiors and the intended meanings underlying the choice of address terms such as for showing intimacy, respect, formality, and I or power. With all its limitations, this study is far from perfect. Then it is suggested that the future reseachers collect and analyse the overlooked terms of address with the more sophisticated instruments and techniques.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Department: ["eprint_fieldopt_department_Faculty of Teacher Training and Education" not defined]
Subjects: English Education
Divisions: Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > English Education Study Program
Depositing User: Users 14 not found.
Date Deposited: 12 Aug 2016 07:16
Last Modified: 12 Aug 2016 07:16
URI: http://repository.wima.ac.id/id/eprint/7163

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