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19 Soal (Essay) Discourse Analysis Beserta Jawaban

Kumpulan Soal (Esai/Uraian) Materi Discourse Analysis

1. How do you conduct a critical discourse analysis?

2. What is coherence in discourse analysis?

3. What is content and discourse analysis in qualitative research?

4. Why do we need to study discourse analysis?

5. What is multimodal discourse analysis?

6. What is conversation in discourse analysis?

7. What is repair in discourse analysis?

8. What are the 4 types of discourse?

9. What is the difference between discourse and discourse analysis?

10. What is discourse analysis in psychology?

11. What are the basic principles of discourse analysis?

12. What is the main focus of discourse analysis?

13. What are the two types of discourse analysis?

14. What are the advantages of discourse analysis?

15. What is discourse analysis and examples?

16. Why critical discourse analysis is important?

17. What is the scope of discourse analysis?

18. Is critical discourse analysis qualitative?

19. What are the characteristics of discourse analysis?


1. Getting technical: discourse analysis in ten steps
1) Establish the context. ...
2) Explore the production process. ...
3) Prepare your material for analysis. ...
4) Code your material. ...
5) Examine the structure of the text. ...
6) Collect and examine discursive statements. ...
7) Identify cultural references.

2. Discourse coherence is an important aspect of text quality. It encompasses how sentences are con- nected as well as how the entire document is orga- nized to convey information to the reader. ... One approach to modeling coherence is to model the distribution of entities over sentences.

3. Content and discourse analysis belong to the standard toolbox of qualitative research in the social sciences. ... The key aim of this method is to interpret the implicit meaning of discourse fragments and situate them in the context of larger frames, discourses or narratives.

4. There are a number of reasons for studying Critical Discourse Analysis. One is taking an interest in social and cultural issues, and how these issues affect society as a whole, looking at how social injustice is portrayed, and how certain social groups may be misrepresented in discourse.

5. Multimodal discourse analysis is an approach that looks at multiple modes of communication such as text, color, and images. It is a method of discursive analysis that looks at not just how individual modes communicate, but how they interact with one another to create semiotic meaning.

6. For conversation analysts, conversation is the main way in which people come together, exchange information, negotiate and maintain social relations" (Discourse Analysis: An Introduction, 2012)

7. In conversation analysis, repair is the process by which a speaker recognizes a speech error and repeats what has been said with some sort of correction. Also called speech repair, conversational repair, self-repair, linguistic repair, reparation, false start, accommodation, and restart.

8. The four traditional modes of discourse are narration, description, exposition, and argument.

9. Discourse is a term becoming increasingly common in a wide range of academic and non-academic contexts. Discourse can be defined variously. ... Discourse analysis is a broad and complex interdisciplinary field as Brown and Yule (1983) explain that the term has focused on different aspects for different disciplines.

10. Discourse analysis is the study of how talk and texts are used to perform actions. Discursive psychology is the application of ideas from discourse analysis to issues in psychology.

11. As stated above, Fairclough & Wodak (1997) draw on the aforementioned criteria and set up eight basic principles or tenets of CDA as follows: (i) CDA addresses social problems; (ii) power relations are discursive; (iii) discourse constitutes society and culture; (iv) discourse does ideological work; (v) discourse is ...

12. Discourse analysis is a research method for studying written or spoken language in relation to its social context. It aims to understand how language is used in real life situations. When you do discourse analysis, you might focus on: The purposes and effects of different types of language

13. While every act of communication can count as an example of discourse, some scholars have broken discourse down into four primary types: argument, narration, description, and exposition. Many acts of communicate include more than one of these types in quick succession.

14. The main advantage of discourse analysis in comparison to other qualitative methods (and, above all, methods that work with interviews) is that authentic conversation is re- corded and analysed. This enables researchers to reconstruct and describe the actual communicative processes.

15. Discourse analysis is sometimes defined as the analysis of language 'beyond the sentence'. For example, Charles Fillmore points out that two sentences taken together as a single discourse can have meanings different from each one taken separately. ...

16. Critical discourse analysis is a methodology that enables a vigorous assessment of what is meant when language is used to describe and explain. ... Texts, language, communication should therefore always be considered in their social context, they both shape and are informed by wider processes within society.

17. Discourse analysis is the study of how language is organized and used in spoken or written texts, and is closely related to stylistics, the study of literary texts by means of linguistics and rhetoric. ... Grammar, rhetoric, and linguistic theory overlap when conducting a discourse analysis.

18. Discourse analysis is a qualitative method that has been adopted and developed by constructionists (Fulcher 2010:1). ... Van Dijk (2006:252) argues that critical discourse analysis requires true multidisciplinarity and an account of intricate relationships between text, talk, social opinion, power, society and cultures.

19. With that in mind, here are some positive characteristics of oral discourse:
1. Meaning is supported by nonverbal communication and other factors such as tone and intonation.
2. It can be done spur of the moment.
3. The audience is known to the one delivering the message.