Presupposition Used by the Student and the Lecturer
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This research conducted the presupposition used by the lecturer to respond the student’s proposal to be the student’s supervisor. Presupposition is the expression used by the speaker to give assumption to the hearer on the speech delivered by the speaker. The research had three research questions, the first is what the type of presupposition used by the lecturers is? The second research question is what is the meaning of presupposition used by the lecturers? The third is how do the lecturers use each presupposition? The method which was used in this research was qualitative research. The finding resulted that there are five (existential, lexical, structural, factive, and non-factive) types of presuppositions. The meaning of those presupposition is basically based on what the theory said. For example, the meaning of existential is to show something to be existed, the meaning of lexical is based on the word contextual meaning used in the utterance, the meaning of structural is based on the use of W-H question words, and the meaning of factive is based on the word and verb that means a fact, while the meaning of of non-factive is the contrary of factive. The presuppositions used by the lecturers are 39 presupposition (12 existentials, 3 factives, 16 lexicals, 6 structurals, and 2 non-factives). There are 8 students who received more than one type of presuppositions response from the lecturers, and there are 21 students who received one type of presupposition response from the lecturers.
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TY - CONF AU - Lisetyo Ariyanti AU - Adam Damanhuri AU - Mamik Tri Wedawati AU - Much. Khoiri PY - 2020 DA - 2020/12/03 TI - Presupposition Used by the Student and the Lecturer BT - Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Arts and Humanities (IJCAH 2020) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 903 EP - 906 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.201201.151 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.201201.151 ID - Ariyanti2020 ER -