Proceedings of the 5th Annual International Seminar on Transformative Education and Educational Leadership (AISTEEL 2020)

Techniques of Intertextuality

Authors
Mega Williandani, Amrin Saragih, Siti Aisyah Ginting
Corresponding Author
Mega Williandani
Available Online 25 November 2020.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.201124.041How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Intertextuality, Egg boy phenomenon
Abstract
Intertextuality is a mechanism whereby we write ourselves into the social text, and then by the social text writes us. The theory followed by Bazermann (2004) who describe techniques of intertextuality into six items namely direct, indirect technique, mentioning a person, document or statements technique, comment on or valuate a statement, text or otherwise invoked voice technique, using recognizable phrasing, terminology associated with specific people or group of people or particular documents. The data of the study were gathered by using the phrase of the headline in Warwick Daily News. The study conducted by qualitative research. The most dominant techniques of intertextuality were mentioning a person, document or statements, it was 38.09%. Then, they were followed by comment on or valuate a statement, text or otherwise invoked voice 28.58%, using recognizable phrasing, terminology associated with specific people or group of people or particular documents 19.04%, direct quotation 14.29%.
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