An Analysis of Deixis in “The Expendables” Movie Script by David Callaham and Sylvester Stallone.

Agustina, , Fenny. (2013) An Analysis of Deixis in “The Expendables” Movie Script by David Callaham and Sylvester Stallone. ["eprint_fieldopt_thesis_type_engd" not defined] thesis, Universitas Muria Kudus.

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Agustina, Fenny. 2013. An Analysis of Deixis in “The Expendables” Movie Script by David Callaham and Sylvester Stallone. Skripsi. English Education Department of Teaching Training and Education Faculty, Muria Kudus University. Advisors: (1) Agung Dwi Nurcahyo, SS, M.Pd (2)Rismiyanto, SS, M.Pd. Key Words: Deixis, movie script People as a human being are inspirable from making errors. They can make errors in different ways, for example in making perception. This research is based on deixis in “The Expendables” movie script, sometime we get difficulties in comprehending the works or facing misunderstanding in interpreting the messages as like in “The Expendables” movie script. The theory of deixis is chosen because deixis is used to point thing in order to make clear what a writer means. The writer chooses “The Expendables” movie script to be analyzed because the researcher assumed that in “The Expendables” movie script there are types of deixis which can be analyzed. So in this research, the writer carries out the research entitled “An Analysis of Deixis in “The Expendables” Movie Script by David Callaham and Sylvester Stallone”. This research uses a descriptive qualitative research design in which the data is the types of deixis found in “The Expendables” movie script. The data source are taken from “The Expandables” movie script, because the data sources are written data based on the spoken by Barney Ross and Lee Christmas. The finding of this research are the three types of the person deixis, namely the first person deixis, the second person deixis and the third person deixis are mostly used in “The Expendables” movie script. The time deixis often appears in “The Expendables” movie script to show the participants in the speech event. Meanwhile, the place deixis also often appears in “The Expendables” movie script to explain the location at the points of utterance. Then, discourse deixis and social deixis also appears in “The Expendables” movie script. The result of the research shows that there are five types of deixis in “The Expendables” Movie Script by David Callaham and Sylvester Stallone, they are person, place, time, discourse and social deixis, with the calculate (50) person deixis, (6) place deixis, (5) time deixis, (13) discourse deixis and (6) social deixis. Based on the conclusion, the writer hopes that deixis in “The Expendables” movie script can be used as the material in teaching learning process.

Item Type: Skripsi/ Thesis (["eprint_fieldopt_thesis_type_engd" not defined])
Dosen Pembimbing: (1) Agung Dwi Nurcahyo, SS, M.Pd (2)Rismiyanto, SS, M.Pd.
Kata Kunci: Deixis, movie script
Subjects: Bahasa dan sastra > Bahasa Inggris
Program Studi: Fakultas Keguruan & Ilmu Pendidikan > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: Diana Diana
Date Deposited: 09 Jul 2013 02:16
Last Modified: 09 Jul 2013 02:16
URI: http://eprints.umk.ac.id/id/eprint/1343

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