A STUDY ON COMPLIMENT RESPONSE STRATEGIES IN “WEIGHTLIFTING FAIRY KIM BOK JOO”

Natalia, Nadya (2017) A STUDY ON COMPLIMENT RESPONSE STRATEGIES IN “WEIGHTLIFTING FAIRY KIM BOK JOO”. Other thesis, Unika Soegijapranata.

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Abstract

Compliment response (CR) is an example of speech act which is commonly used in daily interactions between people regardless of their age and social status. It is practiced as a form of solidarity and politeness maintenance. Each country has different CR strategies, mainly influenced by one’s cultural aspects. Three broad strategies are acceptance, rejection and self-praise avoidance, as proposed by Pomerantz (1978) and rearranged by Spencer-Oatey and Ng (2001). CR strategies are also often associated with two of Leech (1983)’s politeness principles, Modesty and Agreement Maxims. Hence, this study in particular aims to find out the CR patterns and the practice of the two maxims in South Korea, as represented by a South Korean TV series “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo” (역도여정 김복주). The writer used qualitative method to answer the research questions, by classifying the data to develop a general pattern of CR strategies and analyzing what each strategy implies considering South Korean cultural aspects. The findings of this study conclude that self-praise avoidance is practiced the most, followed by acceptance and rejection consecutively. Self-praise avoidance is also referred to as indirect acceptance, which complies with Modesty Maxim. It is inferred that the South Korean society is still likely to practice modesty in the daily interactions, possibly to conform with Confucian values.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: 100 Philosophy and Psychology > 150 Psychology > 152 Perception, movement, emotions & drives > Self Perception
Divisions: Faculty of Language and Art
Depositing User: Mr Ign. Setya Dwiana
Date Deposited: 19 Apr 2018 04:31
Last Modified: 19 Apr 2018 04:31
URI: http://repository.unika.ac.id/id/eprint/15942

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