ANALYSIS TURN-TAKING USED BY PRINCESS POPPY AND BRANCH IN THE TROLLS MOVIE

Iis Karmila, Ida Lisdawati

Abstract


This research about spoken language which is discussed in discourse analysis. In this research, researcher only focused on turn-taking, especially in the overlap and interruption section. Reseacher used quantitative methods and Guttman scale in processing data obtained from conversation in a movie called Trolls. Researcher choose a movie because in general a movie always contains conversations as well as in that movie. In the movie, researcher only analyzed 2 characters, Princess Poppy and Branch. The purpose of this research was to determine how much turn-taking was used by Princess Poppy and Branch. The results of the analysis showed that the turn-taking by Princess Poppy was 157 while the Branch was 110. The researcher used a table to show the results based on the theory of turn-taking. We can see in table 1 and table 2 that the amount of overlap is more dominant than interruption. The result of the analysis showed frequency overlap Princess Poppy is 82% of the total 128 and interruption frequncy is 18% of the total 29 times. While in tabel 2 it shows that the number of overlap conducted by Branch was 81 with a frequency of 74% and 29 interruption with a frequency of 26%.

 

Keywords:  Discourse Analysis, Interruption, Overlap, Spoken Language, Turn-taking


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