Sarcasm in Indonesian Political Culture

Farida Nugrahani, Mukti Widayati, Wiwik Darmini, Titik Sudiyatmi, Ali Imron AM
2019 Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Language, Literature and Society for Education   unpublished
This study reviews the use of language in political propaganda on beritasatu.com. His research focus on the sarcastic culture of political communication. The purpose of his research is to describe the tendency of the current political culture of Indonesian society, in choosing sarcastic diction for political propaganda. The study was conducted with a qualitative paradigm. The results show that Indonesians today are accustomed to using the style of sarcasm in political propaganda with the aim of
more » ... nda with the aim of insinuating or attacking political opponents. Sarcasm is a deviation of the pragmatic form of language use, namely impoliteness which is done intentionally for a particular purpose. The use of sarcasm in political propaganda leads to a culture of impoliteness which is a violation of the ethics of communication.
doi:10.4108/eai.21-12-2018.2282775 fatcat:4inryqbctncsdaaexxgy3z364u