Directive Speech Act on Government Officials in Enforcement of Restrictions on Community Activities (PPKM) Discourse on Electronic Media to Improve Student Character Education
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- directive speech acts; government officials; electronic media; character education
During this COVID-19 pandemic, government officials often used directive speech acts to give orders. Government officials use directive speech to govern a country. This study aims to describe the directive speech acts of government officials in electronic media to improve student character education. This study used the descriptive qualitative method. Data collection techniques employed documentation techniques by collecting documents in electronic media. The data analysis technique utilized in this research was pragmatic equivalent. The results of this study revealed that in the type of asking speech, there is an effect, namely the speech partner receives encouragement and enthusiasm from the speech partner. In the type of inviting utterance, there is an effect, namely receiving encouragement and attracting interest. In the advising type of speech, the effect caused in the speech is to attract and receive encouragement. Meanwhile, character education that can be applied in the speech of government officials is discipline, love for the homeland, care for the environment, social care, and responsibility.
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TY - CONF AU - Leony Dwi Sasmitha AU - Harun Joko Prayitno AU - Miftahul Huda AU - Laili Etika Rahmawati PY - 2022 DA - 2022/05/14 TI - Directive Speech Act on Government Officials in Enforcement of Restrictions on Community Activities (PPKM) Discourse on Electronic Media to Improve Student Character Education BT - Proceedings of the International Conference of Learning on Advance Education (ICOLAE 2021) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 533 EP - 548 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.220503.051 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.220503.051 ID - Sasmitha2022 ER -