Kajian Psikolinguistik Bahasa Skizofrenik: Studi Kasus Pada Rumah Sakit Jiwa Bangli
Setianingsih, Ni Ketut Alit Ida
Netra, I Made
Parthama, I Gst. Ngurah
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The result of the analysis showed that (1) a) such stages of language production as conceptualization, formulation, articulation, and self-monitoring were differently used by the patients. The emergency patient failed to use those stages of language production. The semi-emergency patients were able to make use of those stages of language production inconsistently. Meanwhile, the quite patient was able to use those stages of language production relatively consistently; b) the schizophrenic language was comprehended through phonetic and phonological, morphological, syntactic, and text units. The emergency patient failed in using those units of language comprehension. Therefore, the utterances produced were not properly structured and coherent. The semi-emergency patient used those units of language comprehension inconsistently through out the whole conversation. The quiet patient used those units of language comprehension relatively more consistently (2) generally, schizophrenic behavior included association obstacles resulting in sudden change and unclear concepts. Schizophrenic behavior was actually that of the self- expression of which language was in a high linguistic level, semantics and pragmatics. Schizophrenic behavior was unique,eccentric, full of metaphor, and neologism.