Friday, April 23, 2021

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New scholar research published on the Brontës:
Series:Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research
Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Educational Development and Quality Assurance (ICED-QA 2020)
Yalmiadi, Yossy Iddris

This study discusses politeness strategies in directive and expressive speech, which are found in the Jane Eyre movie. The study is aimed at observing politeness strategies in conveying the intention or purpose of the speaker. The data are taken from the Jane Eyre movie. They are then collected through the observational method with note taking technique. The research sample consisted of 24 directive and expressive utterances containing politeness strategies. By using the theory proposed by Brown and Levinson about politeness strategies. Data are analyzed. From 24 dialogues, the writer found 33 data that contain politeness strategies. The results of the analysis are presented using the theory by Sudaryanto. The result of the data analysis shows that all kinds of politeness strategies occur in this movie. Based on the 24 dialogues studied, the writer finds that negative politeness strategies occur the most, namely 13 times, while positive politeness strategies occur 12 times, bald on record 4 times, and off record 5 times
From “Haworth Churchyard” to “Courage”: Emily Brontë Perceived by Matthew Arnold
Jingjing Zhao
The Explicator, DOI: 10.1080/00144940.2021.1891015 (2021)


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