Discourse Analysis

Discourse Analysis in communication science derived from Marxist Critical thinking. (Stephen W. Littlejohn, 2002; Stanley J. Baran and Denis K. Davis, 2000). There are three schools of thought that fall into this category, namely: (1). Teun A Van Dijk (2) The flow of Frankfurt (Frankfurt School), (3). Cultural Studies (Cultural Studies), (4). Women's Studies (Feminist Study).
Discourse analysis in the life of media also have a deep understanding. According to Norman Fairclough (1995), discourse is the language used to represent a social practice, from the point of view. Fiske, discourse must be interpreted as a statement or expression of more than one paragraph; W. O'Bar, discourse is the submission of ideas from one to another. (Stephen Harold Riggins, 1997); Eriyanto (2001), discourse is closely related to communication activities, which
substance can not be separated from words, language, or paragraph. In (Sobur Alex, 2001), discourse is a series or a series of said speech act that reveals something (the subject) are presented regularly, systematically, in a coherent whole, formed by elements of the segmental and nonsegmental language.
The emergence of discourse analysis, particularly in the field of text analysis gave birth to the different variants of media analysis that ultimately led to the interface between analytical model with each other. Model analysis of media texts and versions of Norman Fairclogh Teun A Van Dijk, for example, both emphasize text analysis based on social context. In the Indonesian version of the theory of analysis of media texts adapted quite well by Eryanto. In this book Eryanto analytical model compilation presents various media texts from various perspectives presented Foulcault, Roger Fowler, Theo van Leeuwen, Sara Mills, Teun A Van Dijk, and Norman Fairclouch text of newspapers with the example of Indonesia. Understanding the perspective of media texts Suroso also investigated by mapping four different perspectives Indonesia's pro media community, country, others, and neutral.
This paper wants to describe discourse analysis model Teun A van Dijk is in many respects continued its analysis by Norman Fairclouch models. To enrich the analysis of materials also alluded to the understanding of discourse and ideology in the press Roger Fowler, a newspaper analysis of cases of post reform in Indonesia
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