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Illocutionary Acts in Ridwan Kamil’s Speech Entitled Creativity and Design for Social Change in Cities
Illocutionary Acts in Ridwan Kamil’s
Speech Entitled Creativity and
Design for Social Change in Cities in
TEDx Event in Jakarta in 2010
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Rivka Hatmi Vurkana
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Introduction
Introduction
Communication
Communication
Speech Acts
Speech Acts
Illocutionary Acts
Illocutionary Acts
Ridwan Kamil’s Speech
Ridwan Kamil’s Speech
T Problem of the Study Objective of the Study 1 2 What types of illocutionary
T Problem of the Study Objective of the Study 1 2 What types of illocutionary

T

Problem of the Study

Objective of the Study

1

2

What types of illocutionary act are found in Ridwan Kamil’s

speech entitled Creativity and

Design for Social Change in

Cities?

How are the illocutionary acts

syntactically realized?

To indicate the types of

illocutionary act used by Ridwan

Kamil in his speech.

To recognize the syntactic

realization of the illocutionary act

in his utterances.

Definition of Key Terms
Definition of Key Terms

Speech Act Illocutionary Act

Syntactic Realization

Ridwan Kamil

TEDx

Creativity and Design

for Social Change in

Cities

:

The act performance rhrough word (Robinson, 2006).

:

The act of performing some particular acts within the

:

utterances (Austin, 1975). The realization of illocutionary act that is commonly used in different ways.

:

The current mayor of Bandung whom was lected since

2013. He is also an Indonesian architect and lecturer in the

Department of Architecture, Bandung Institure of

Technology.

:

An organizational event which is spread all over the world,

interested in spreading remarkable ideas to communities, organizations and individual through the events which is

held by TEDx.

:

The title of Ridwan Kamil’s speech which talks about the importance of innovation, creativity and collaboration among the many and diverse creative comunities in Indonesia

Review of Related Literature
Review of Related Literature

Speech Acts

Illocutionary Act Syntactic Realization
Illocutionary Act
Syntactic Realization
Speech Acts
Speech Acts
Basic Principles • Direct Speech • Ritual Speech Act Act • Locutionary Act • Common
Basic Principles
• Direct Speech
• Ritual Speech Act
Act
Locutionary Act
• Common Speech
Act
• Furtive Speech Act
Illocutionary Act
• Indirect Speech
Act
• Perlocutionary
Act
Syntactic
Types
Structures
Illocutionary Acts
Illocutionary Acts
Types of Illocutionary Acts Assertives Directives Commissives Declaratives Expressives Ex: Concluding, Ex:
Types of Illocutionary Acts
Assertives
Directives
Commissives
Declaratives
Expressives
Ex:
Concluding,
Ex: Welcoming,
apologizing
assesing,
Ex: Ask,
command,
order
Ex: Threatening,
offering,
warning
Ex: Proclaiming
independence,
declaring war
inferring
Syntactic Realization
Syntactic Realization
Syntactic Realization D i r e c t Indirect Independent Clauses Declarative Interrogative Exclamative Imperative

Direct

Syntactic Realization D i r e c t Indirect Independent Clauses Declarative Interrogative Exclamative Imperative

Indirect

Independent Clauses Declarative Interrogative Exclamative Imperative Clauses Clauses Clauses Clauses
Independent Clauses
Declarative
Interrogative
Exclamative
Imperative
Clauses
Clauses
Clauses
Clauses
Previous Studies
Previous Studies

Title

year

author

Concerns of study

Illocutionary Acts Performed in ATC’s (Air Traffic Control) Utterances to Pilot in Flight Simulator X

2014

Rizqy

Exploring the most used types of Illocutionary

Septyanto Tri

Acts proposed by Austin (1962)

Sutrisno

Speech Act of Promising Among

2013

Tun Nur Afizah Zainal Ariff

Analyzing the use of ‘promising’ type of speech acts as commissive between male and female

Jordanians

Ahmad Ibrahim

in Jordanian Arabic

Mugableh

 

Current study

Illocutionary Acts in

2016

Rivka Hatmi

Indicating types of Illocutionary Acts proposed

Ridwan Kamil’s

Vurkana

by Searle (1969), Syntactic Realization

Speech Entitled Creativity and Design

for Social Changes in

Cities in TEDx Event in Jakarta in 2010

Research Method
Research Method

Research Design

Content Analysis
Content
Analysis

Qualitative

research

Data and Data Source

The source of the data: Transcribed script of the speech

Data: The utterances containing illocutionary act of the speech

Data Collection
Data Collection
1. Downloading the video of Ridwan Kamil’s speech in 2010 entitled Creativity and Design for
1. Downloading the video of Ridwan Kamil’s speech in 2010 entitled
Creativity and Design for Social Change in Cities.
2. Watching Ridwan Kamil’s speech video.
3. Transcribing the entire utterances produced by Ridwan Kamil in his
speech.
4. Underlining the utterances containing illocutionary act. The
illocutionary acts are known by the presence of lexical indication
and the proposition.
Data Analysis
Data Analysis

1. Data Reduction

Reducing the utterances containing Illocutionary act used by Ridwan Kamil in

his speech, since there seems to be similar types of Illocutionary acts. The selected utterances will be chosen based on the representative types .

2. Data Display

Presenting the chosen utterances based on the types of illocutionary act and the

syntactic realization which will be displayed in the systematic table.

realization which will be displayed in the systematic table. Elaboration of the codes: Ep: Expositives Bh:

Elaboration of the

codes:

Ep: Expositives

Bh: Behabitives

Ex: Exercitives

Cm: Commissives

Vr: Verdictives

Dc: Declarative Sentence

Int: Interrogative Sentence Exc: Exclamative Sentence

Im: Imperative Sentence

3. Conclusion Drawing Drawing the conclusion based on the types of Illocutionary acts and syntactic
3. Conclusion Drawing Drawing the conclusion based on the types of Illocutionary acts and syntactic

3. Conclusion Drawing

Drawing the conclusion based on the types of Illocutionary acts

and syntactic realization in each sentence.

References
References

Austin, J.L. 1962. How to do things with words. Great Britain : Oxford University Press.

Biber, Douglas, Johansson, Stig, Finegan, Edward, Conrad, Susan, & Leech, Geoffrey. (1999). Longman Grammar of Spoken

And Written English. Edinburg: Pearson Education

Fajrin, Mirza. (2011). Illocutionary act in Hasyim Muzadi’s speech entitled “belajar gaya hidup bangsa Cina”. Unpublished thesis. Study Program of English Department of Languages and Literature Faculty of Culture.

Robinson, Douglass, (2006). Introducing performatives pragmatics. New York: Routledge.

TEDx. (Organizer). (2010). TEDxJakarta ridwan kamil creativity and design for social change in cities [Video]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDw_Tq1anKU

Tubbs, L. Stewart, and Sylvia Moss. 1977. Human communication prinsip-prinsip dasar. Terjemahan oleh Deddy Mulyana. 1996. Bandung: PT Remaja Rosdakarya.

Searle, John R. (1979). Expression and Meaning. United States: Cambridge University Press.

Yule, George. 1996. Pragmatics. Hongkong : Oxford University Press.

https://www.ted.com/about/programs-initiatives/tedx-program

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