Psycholinguistic analysis of stuttering in joe biden's speech

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Febriana, Saskia Nur (2019) Psycholinguistic analysis of stuttering in joe biden's speech. Undergraduate thesis, UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya.

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This research presents Stuttering by Joe Bidens Speech. It analyzes Types of Stuttering and Treatments of Stuttering” by Joe Biden. The aims of this research are to find out and describe the Types of Stuttering” that was suffered by Joe Biden and to know the possible Treatments which help to reduce Joe Bidens stuttering. In this research, the researcher applied descriptive-qualitative approach which can be useful to describe Stuttering by Joe Biden. The researcher uses eight videos which the researcher thinks, it was fulfilled the requirements as the data of this study that used in this study were taken from Youtube. The researcher used Joe Bidens speech as the data in the form of words, phrases, clause and sentences of eight videos as the source of the data. To answer the problems of the Stuttering, the researcher answered by using theories related to the Speech Disorder classification. The researcher uses Campbel and Hill theory of Stuttering to answer the Types of Stuttering. Furthermore, the researcher uses Arbib and Billiard theory of Mirror Neurons to answer the Treatments of Stuttering. As the result, the researcher found Six Types of Stuttering by Campbel and Hill such as Repetition, Part word repetition, Whole word repetititon, Prolongation, Block, and Broken word. Related to the research findings, there are 89 words occurrences of stuttering that shows Joe Biden's. In fact, Whole- word repetition rank as the highest for the most often appeared phenomenon. Furthermore, block and broken word are the lowest ranks for the same category. Second problems, the researcher found gets the result of the treatment used by Joe Biden. The researcher found that Joe Bidens Stuttering is as same as what has described in Developmental Stuttering phenomena.


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Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Febriana, Saskia Nursaskifebri@gmail.comA73215071
Thesis advisorJannah,
Subjects: Linguistik > Psikolinguistik
Divisions: Fakultas Adab dan Humaniora > Sastra Inggris
Depositing User: Febriana Saskia Nur
Date Deposited: 07 Oct 2019 08:52
Last Modified: 07 Oct 2019 08:52

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