Putra, Zovi Dwi and Zahrida, Zahrida and Imranuddin, Imranuddin AN ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL DEIXIS IN THE MADNESS OF KING GEORGE MOVIE. Undergraduated thesis, Universitas Bengkulu.

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This research was aimed at finding out the kinds of social deixis and to explain the social stratification factors in each kind of social deixis in The Madness of King George movie. The type of this research is descriptive qualitative research. Instrument of research that used in this research is the documentation (library research). The matrix table used to collect the data about social deixis in the Madness of King George Movie. According to the matrix table, the researcher found 1469 social deixis used in this movie. All of social deixis in this movie were categorized into two major categorizations based on Stephen C. Levinson (1983) and blending theories of social variation by Janet Holmes (1992) with social stratification by David Crystal (2010), named relational social deixis and absolute social deixis. There were 965 kinds of Relational Social Deixis and 504 kinds of Absolute social deixis used in this movie. Second, the dominant type of Relational Social Deixis was first personal pronoun which refers to the speaker itself (I, my, myself, mine). It used for 279 times from total of social deixis used in this movie. In Absolute Social Deixis category, the dominant type was “Sir” which was used 144 times. It was also explained that Relational Social Deixis category ass dominant with the frequency of usage around 965 times more than Absolute Social Deixis with the frequency of usage around 504 times from total of social deixis used in this movie. Third, there were three factors of social stratification used in all utterances contained social deixis in this movie. Last, the researcher found that the dominant social deixis, whether Relational or Absolute Social Deixis, it refers to the male characters (The King, The Prince and so on) than the female characters (Queen, Elizabeth etc). Because in the 19th century, the man held more power to lead the society and dominant in public relations, especially in Kingdom territory. Keywords: Social Deixis, Social Stratification, Movie

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduated)
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Education > Department of English Education
Depositing User: 034 Septi Septi
Date Deposited: 05 Jul 2023 04:21
Last Modified: 05 Jul 2023 04:21

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