Persuasive Strategies in Diary Kike Wadatsumi no Koe (Critical Discourse Analysis Study)


Authors : Ismi Prihandari; Subandi

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 7 - July

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This study examines how the hegemony of persuasive strategies represented in a discourse text (a diary) entitled Kike Wadatsumi no Koe. The hegemonic representation was studied using Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) to see how the peruasive strategies was manifested in language. The point of view of hegemony party was applied. This study revealed that there are two forms of persuasive strategies: by using request forms and invitation forms. In both forms of persuasive, described the effects of the Japanese military regime's policies, which made the soldiers who were deployed on the front lines in World War II feel more confident.

Keywords : Hegemony, Persuasive, Strategies, Japanese, Regime, Soldiers

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