A PSYCHOLINGUISTIC STUDY ON STAMMER: A CASE OF KING GEORGE VI ON FILM THE KING‘S SPEECH

Kartika, Zahrina (2014) A PSYCHOLINGUISTIC STUDY ON STAMMER: A CASE OF KING GEORGE VI ON FILM THE KING‘S SPEECH. S1 thesis, Universitas Mataram.

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Abstract

This study aims at identifying the stammering phenomenon in The King‘s Speech film. The object of this study was King George VI or also known as ―Bertie‖ who suffered with bad stammer since he was child. The objective of this study was to explain types of stammer, cause of stammer and the treatment used to overcome it. I used descriptive qualitative as research methodology, therefore the data is obtained from The King‘s utterance which containing and showing phenomenon of stammer. After the data is collected in form of transcript, the stammering utterances and stammer treatments were classified based on their category using classification rubrics and then analyzed it based on psycholinguistics view. The result of this study shows three important points, first, there were six types of stammer experienced by the King, those are: Phrase Repetitions, Individual Sound-Repetitions, Monosyllabic Whole-Word Repetitions, Multisyllabic Whole-Word Repetitions and Blocks. The most often appearing phenomena is ranked by Block which appeared 82 times out of 151 (54,30%) and the lowest number of occurrence is possessed by Phrase Repetition that occurred only three times (1.98%). Second, there are 10 kinds of stammer treatments found, those are: Progressive Relaxation Exercise, Auditory masking, Choral Speech, Delayed Auditory Feedback, Singing, CBT (Cognitive- Behavioral Therapy), Diaphragmatic breathing, Slow Speech Exercise, Tongue Twisterand Reading Exercise. The first most-often use is CBT (Cognitive- Behavioral Therapy), used 5 times out of 25 (20%), Therefore there were 3 types of treatments that only used once (4%) they are: Auditory masking, Choral Speech and Delayed Auditory Feedback. Moreover, the cause of King‘s stammer categorized into two: developmental cause and psychogenic cause. Developmental cause explains; stammer occurred when speech and language‘s ability of the King not well developed this is happen when he was 4 or 5 years old, while psychogenic cause is following child abuse experienced by the King when he was child. These causal factors influenced King‘s fluency in speaking until he categorized as PWS (People Who Stammer).

Item Type: Thesis (S1)
Keywords (Kata Kunci): Stammer, Treatments, Cause, King George VI (Bertie)
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan
Depositing User: Ahmadi S.Si
Date Deposited: 25 Aug 2017 04:05
Last Modified: 25 Aug 2017 04:05
URI: http://eprints.unram.ac.id/id/eprint/413

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