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Netra I M, Suastra I M, Sutama I P. On the Elaboration of Contexts of Situation with Special Reference to Requesting Strategies in Bali. LRR 2024; 15 (3) :107-133
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1- Professor in Linguistics, English Department, Faculty of Huanities, Udayana University, Denpasar, Indonesia , imadenetra@unud.ac.id
2- Professor in Linguistics, English Department, Faculty of Humanities, Udayana University, Denpasar, Indonesia
3- Associate Professor in Linguistics., Balinese Literature Department, Faculty of Humanities, Udayana University, Denpasar, Indonesia
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 On the Elaboration of Contexts of Situation with Special Reference toRequesting Strategies in BaliI Made Netra  , I Made Suastra  , & I Putu SutamaAbstractOver the last two decades, the study of meaning has been done utilizing context of situation. It has been practiced in determining the speaker’s meanings in languages around the world. However, this research attempts to develop an elaborated form of context of situation in a culture-specific Balinese language and to explicate the speaker’s meaning bound by the elaborated context. To this end, an approach of participatory observation was applied which  was qualitative and  descriptive in nature. The data were collected from respondents and informants of Buleleng and Gianyar regencies,considering that although they share the same language, their understanding on requesting strategies, however, might be different. Requesting strategies in Balinese is contextually bound by a given and elaborated context of situation, which is referred to as Desa Kala Patra functioning both as a context of situation and an adjustment for language effectiveness.  The elaborated context is immensely applicable to different requests. The requests are articulated based on the Balinese cultural scripts. Again, as an elaborated context of situation, Desa Kala Patra can bind the requesting strategies.  As an adjustment for language effectiveness, Desa Kala Patra can mostly shift the direct strategies into indirect ones. Indirect requests can be expressed by asking, tag-questioning, giving information, giving advice, providing alternative points, offering, complaining, greeting, and inviting. The practices of requesting are configured by low-level scripts using exponents of philosophical aspects, Desa Kala Patra itself, “ if/then” condition, mechanism, results, and concluding statement.
 
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Article Type: Research article | Subject: Linguistics
Published: 2024/02/29

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