A study of self-repair in speech errors made by the host and guest of Talk Asia Program in CNN TV

Anshori, Sisi (2014) A study of self-repair in speech errors made by the host and guest of Talk Asia Program in CNN TV. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim.

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Abstract

Every human wants to speak fluently, but people often do speech errors in speaking. It occurs when someone is feeling nervous, anxious or forgetting something to say, etc. in uttering the sentence or phrases. Speech error is done by men in producing the utterances, but they also use self-repair to correct the speech errors. It is done because people want to clarify or just search the right word to repair the speech errors.

This study has two objectives that aimed to: identify the types of self-repair in speech errors made by the host and the guest in the Talk Asia program and describe how the host and guest of Talk Asia program repair their speech when they do speech errors.

This study uses descriptive qualitative method since it aims to understand the language phenomena. The data of this research were taken from the transcripts conversation between the host and guest of Talk Asia program in CNN TV broadcasted on October 18, 2013. The analysis is done through Levelt’ theory about self-repair.

This study finds that the host and guest of Talk Asia program made self-repair in their speech errors. The types of self-repair which are used by the host and guest of Talk Asia program areediting terms, interrupting the utterances, and correction its relation to the original utterance. They make self-repair when they forgets the utterance that they want to say then made kinds of speech errors that they need to be corrected.

As a final point, this study found three types of self-repair. Those are editing terms, interrupting the utterance and the correction its relation to the original utterance. Furthermore, this study can give suggestion to the reader of this thesis to use simple language in the conversation to avoid many speech errors.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Supervisor: Susanto, Djoko
Keywords: Self-Repai; Speech Error; Talk Asia Program
Departement: Fakultas Humaniora > Jurusan Bahasa dan Sastra Inggris
Depositing User: Dian Anesti
Date Deposited: 25 Dec 2016 13:30
Last Modified: 25 Dec 2016 13:30
URI: http://etheses.uin-malang.ac.id/id/eprint/5481

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