The Form of Arguments Using Argument Reconstruction in Online Media Articles

Authors

  • Hestiyani Parai Jakarta State University
  • Endry Boeriswati Jakarta State University
  • Miftahulkhaira Anwar Jakarta State University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21512/lc.v12i4.4322

Keywords:

arguments, argument reconstruction, online media articles

Abstract

This research aimed to identify the form of arguments in online media articles using argument reconstruction. The data were argumentative texts written in online media article in 2017 in www.hipwee.com, malesbanget.com, and www.idntimes.com. The data studied were 44 paragraphs consisting of 150 sentences. The approach used was qualitative approach by using content analysis method. This research used the triangulation technique (combination). The simultaneous data collection was coupled with data credibility tests with various data collection techniques and sources. Meanwhile, means of documentation and content analysis techniques were done to collect the data. The results indicate that the often used reasonings in online media articles are the generalization in 11 paragraphs and categorical syllogism in 28 paragraphs. The results of this research can be used to find out and develop ways of writing online media articles for writers and readers of online media articles.

Dimensions

Plum Analytics

Author Biographies

Hestiyani Parai, Jakarta State University

Language Education, Postgraduate Program

Endry Boeriswati, Jakarta State University

Language Education, Postgraduate Program

Miftahulkhaira Anwar, Jakarta State University

Language Education, Postgraduate Program

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2018-12-11
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