Friday, August 4, 2023

All research on Politeness and Impoliteness

 Semua paper tentang Politeness:

Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Journal of Pragmatics ResearchRethinking Politeness Principle in Pragmatics StudyABSTRACT  PDF
Alfin Rosyidha, Irfi N. Afdiyani, Ayu D. Fatimah, Izzatun Nisa
Vol 4, No 2 (2022): Journal of Pragmatics ResearchStudents' Politeness to Lecturers in WhatsApp Application Measured Using Leech MaximABSTRACT  PDF
Netty Nurdiyani, Sasongko Sasongko
Vol 3, No 2 (2021): Journal of Pragmatics ResearchIntegrating Politeness Principles and Strategies in Counselling Technique: A Phenomenological StudyABSTRACT  PDF
Syafryadin Syafryadin
Widyastuti Widyastuti
Vol 2, No 2 (2020): Journal of Pragmatics ResearchPondering a Global BIPA: Politeness and Impoliteness in Verbal InteractionsABSTRACT  PDF
Jumanto Jumanto, Emik Rahayu
Vol 4, No 2 (2022): Journal of Pragmatics ResearchA Cross-Cultural Pragmatics Study of Request Strategies and Politeness in Javanese and SundaneseABSTRACT  PDF
Permas Adinda Chintawidy, Ni Wayan Sartini
Vol 4, No 1 (2022): Journal of Pragmatics ResearchPragmatics Principles of English Teachers in Islamic Elementary SchoolABSTRACT  PDF
Gumarpi Rahis Pasaribu, Sholihatul Hamidah Daulay, Putra Thoip Nasution
Vol 3, No 2 (2021): Journal of Pragmatics ResearchImpoliteness of Directive Speech Acts in Online Indonesian Language LearningABSTRACT  PDF
Laili Etika Rahmawati, Nurul Hidayat, Andra Kurniawan
Vol 3, No 2 (2021): Journal of Pragmatics ResearchHedges in Students’ Reflective Feedback: Evidence from an Online Class during COVID-19 OutbreakABSTRACT  PDF
Arina Isti'anah, Anindita Dewangga Puri
Vol 4, No 1 (2022): Journal of Pragmatics ResearchThe Analysis of Impoliteness within Grammar Nazi Context in Twitter TweetsABSTRACT  PDF
Eunike Imanuela Soehendro, Jumanto Jumanto
Vol 3, No 1 (2021): Journal of Pragmatics ResearchActs of Requesting as Realized by English for Specific Purposes StudentsABSTRACT  PDF
Arif Nugroho, Nuning Wahyu Astuti, Arief Eko Priyo Atmojo

Wednesday, June 28, 2023

Vol. 1 No. 1 (2023): Journal of Linguistics, Culture, and Communication

Current Issue of Vol. 1 No. 1 (2023): Journal of Linguistics, Culture, and Communication

The peer-reviewed Indonesian or National Journal of Linguistics, Culture, and Communication (JOLCC) publishes high-quality original research focusing on publishing articles that contribute to the ongoing discussion in all areas of the study of Linguistics, Culture, and Communication. The author may submit manuscript in English or in Bahasa Indonesia.

Published: 2023-06-24

Subtitling Strategies Used in Translating Cultural Words in The Subtitle of Disney Animation Movie: Coco
Monika Rosalia Subrata, Jumanto Jumanto
1-25 PDF

A Study of Abrar-ul- Haq's Punjabi Bhangra Songs in Pragmatics
Muhammad Ali Shahid , Anser Mahmood, Syeda Iqra Shabbir, Habib Ullah Habib
26-43 PDF

Politeness in Roasting: When Humour Meets Power
Yusuf Al Arief
67-78 PDF

Speech Acts in Learning Indonesian Language
Mochamad Noor Hidayat
44-66 PDF

Cultural and Communication Approaches in the Design of Visual Communication Design Works
Sigied Himawan Yudhanto, Faizal Risdianto, Aphief Tri Artanto
79-90 PDF

Friday, June 2, 2023

Politeness in Roasting: When Humour Meets Power

Politeness in Roasting: When Humour Meets Power
Yusuf   Al Arief

Universitas Lambung Mangkurat


This research examines the use of politeness strategies in stand-up comedy roasts. Specifically, it examines how comedians manage power dynamics and societal standards of politeness while addressing those in authoritative positions in a given society. The author investigated stand-up comedy roasting using Brown and Levinson's politeness theory and prior research on humor and impoliteness. The results indicate that comedians used numerous politeness methods, including the use of compliments or flattery, indirectness or hedges, and off-the-record discourse, to achieve their humorous objectives. This research provides insights into how comedians utilize language and humor to manage challenging social situations by implementing the politeness strategies theory.

Keywords: politeness strategies, stand-up comedy roasting, power dynamics, humour

Wednesday, May 3, 2023

ChatGPT & language of man and woman and pragmatics context

The language of men and women can differ in various pragmatic contexts. Pragmatics is the study of how language is used in context to convey meaning, and gender can play a role in the way language is used and interpreted.

For example, in the context of a business meeting, men may use more assertive language and speak more often, while women may use more collaborative language and be interrupted more frequently. This can lead to gender imbalances in communication and decision-making.

In another context, such as a social gathering, men and women may use different language styles to convey their social roles and identities. Women may use more expressive language and focus on building social connections, while men may use more assertive language to assert their dominance or status.

Thursday, April 27, 2023

ChatGPT & What is Pragmatics?

 Question:  What is pragmatics?

Pragmatics is a subfield of linguistics that studies how people use language in context beyond the literal meaning of words and sentences. It explores how speakers use language to convey meaning, make requests, give commands, express emotions, make suggestions, and negotiate social interactions.

Pragmatics considers the effects of context, background knowledge, and social norms on language use. It examines how speakers use language to achieve their goals and how listeners interpret and respond to language in different social and cultural contexts.