Javanese Speech Politeness Strategy in Directive Speech Act of Women Leader Utterance in Ponorogo Regency

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Diyah Atiek Mustikawati, Sumarlam, Tri Wiratno, Dwi Purnanto

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This study revealed Javanese speech politeness strategy in directive speech act of women leader utterance in Ponorogo. Javanese speech politenese hold important role in the realization of Javanese speech act. There are three levels of Javanese speech politeness in this research that is very polite (KI), polite (KM), and impolite (Ng). This research used pragmatic qualitative approach, this study examined women leader in  8 urban and rural area in Ponorogo. The result showed that directive speech act consist of 48% commanding and 52% praying. The Javanese speech politeness in directive speech act of women leader found in three language situations that is service, event, and meeting language situation. Commanding mostly found in service language situation and praying mostly found in event language situation. Both commanding and praying, the highest impolite found in service language situation and very polite as well as polite mostly found in event or meeting language situation. The Javanese speech politeness influenced the use of directive speech act in accordance with context or language situation. Suggestions are made to compare or contrast with utterance in any field of Javanese speech politeness in other types of speech act.

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