Analisis Partikel Pemarkah Emotif Bahasa Jepang Satu Kajian Pragmatik
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This research discuss about Japanese particles/joshi as emotive marker through pragmatic approach Particles have important role in Japanese, not only do as gramatical marker, but also do as emotive marker where speaker express their emotions or actions to listener with using particles in conversations. Problems discussed in this research are kinds of emotive marker particles, various kinds of emotive meaning marked by particles, and the relation between emotive meaning and context of conversation situation. "Gals!" by Mihona Fujii volume 1, 2, and 3 have been used as data sources of this research where emphasize the analysis on the context of conversation. Sixteen data have been analyzed with considering various of context of situation. Descriptive method has been used in this research in order to examine particles in conversation sentences. Theoretical basis used in this research is pragmatic study based on Leech theory, that is a study that reviewing meaning with considering context of conversation situation, and context of situation based on Sinar theory. Thus, emotive meaning can be concluded In analyzing data, lexicals which is referring a certain emotion have been considered, and also context of situation, there are field of discourse, tenor of discourse, and mode of discourse. Substitution and deletion analysis technique have been used as validity and verification instruments of emotive meaning reviewed The result shown that there are 17 particles which have emotive meaning and have role as sentence-final particle, where 3 of them have emotive meaning more than one. Beside, it is shown that field of discourse has a very important role in reviewing emotive meaning in a particle and all particles can not being substituted or deleted because it make a differenciation of emotive meaning and confusion in translation.