Speech errors made by the broadcasters and the callers of "Groovy Chat" program on MAS FM

Kifli, Fuad Rodiat (2008) Speech errors made by the broadcasters and the callers of "Groovy Chat" program on MAS FM. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim.

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Abstract

Making errors is a natural characteristics or feature of human beings given by God to His creature. It means that making error cannot be avoided by every person in his or her daily life. People can make errors in different ways. For example, we often find somebody making many mistakes when he or she is speaking, in terms of either grammar or pronunciation. Besides, the speaker sometimes, pauses his or her utterance for a while because some causes such as nervous, lack of preparation, forgetfulness, hesitation, and so on. This research was conducted due to the phenomena of speech errors often happen in conversation specifically when the language is foreign language. This research focuses on speech error made by the broadcasters and the caller of “Groovy Chat” program on MAS FM radio station. The research questions of this research are what kinds of speech errors are made by the broadcasters and the callers of "Groovy Chat" program on MAS FM, and what the dominant type of speech errors are made by the broadcasters and the callers of "Groovy Chat" program on
MAS FM Malang.

This research is designed by using descriptive qualitative method. This research is psycholinguistic research because it analyzes language related to the human mental especially regarding to the study of Second Language Acquisition (SLA). The data were collected from the utterances and phrases used by the broadcasters and the callers of “Groovy Chat” program on MAS FM radio station. They were analyzed inductively through the observation done by the researcher himself. The researcher analyzed the data using Maclay and Osgood’s theory of speech error and its factors. The researcher analyzed the data by coding, classifying, discussion and drawing conclusion

As the result, the researcher found out many speech errors made by the broadcasters and the callers of “Groovy Chat” program. The speech errors found were silent pause, filled pause, repeats, unretraced false start, retraced false start, corrections, interjection, stutter and slip of the tongue. The dominant types of speech errors are Filled Pause (35 utterances), Repeat (29 utterances), Silent Pause (15 utterances), and Stutter (10 utterances). The common factors that influence speech errors in conversation between the broadcasters and the callers of “Groovy Chat” program on MAS FM radio station are nervousness, forgetfulness and hesitation.

The result of this study can also be generated to find out speech error made by people, which have the differentiation of educational and social backgrounds in acquiring second language acquisition because the researcher did not do any differentiation in this research.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Supervisor: Syafiyah, Syafiyah and Sari, Rina
Keywords: Speech Errors; Broadcaster; Caller; Groovy Chat; Silent Pause; Filled Pause; Repeats; Unretraced; Retraced; Corrections; Interjection; Stutter and Slip of the Tongue
Departement: Fakultas Humaniora > Jurusan Bahasa dan Sastra Inggris
Depositing User: Dian Anesti
Date Deposited: 29 Aug 2016 08:47
Last Modified: 29 Aug 2016 08:47
URI: http://etheses.uin-malang.ac.id/id/eprint/4651

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