an ANALYSIS OF THE VIOLATION MAXIM IN DETECTIVE CONAN ANIME SERIES ANALYSIS OF THE VIOLATION MAXIM IN DETECTIVE CONAN ANIME SERIES

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moh syifauddin

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This study aims to analyze the violation of maxims in Detective Conan 965-968 anime series. In specific, this research aims to identify the types of violation the maxims and to find the impact for the audience while the all characters of do violation of the maxims in Detective Conan 965-968 anime series. The researcher used Paul Grice’s theory of cooperative principle in analyzing the types of violation of the maxims in the anime series. This research employs descriptive qualitative approach since this research is content analysis the data were collected from the utterance of the all character in the anime series containing violation of the maxim. They were taken from Japan anime series with title Detective Conan vol: 965-968. script creator Aoyama Gosho and Denjiro Maru (assistant). The result of the research show that the first is four types of violation of maxims are performed by the all characters in Detective Conan 965-968 anime series: The violation maxim of quantity, quality, relevance, manner. the second is the impact for the audience: there is some violations of the maxim that have the impact of misunderstanding on the audience and but there are also by doing the violation the maxim still understands the meaning of the talk. Relating to the types of maxims, the maxim of relevance is mostly performed by the characters in the series. While, the maxim which is rarely violated by the all characters of the series is the maxim of manner.


Keyword: Pragmatic, Cooperative Principle, The Violation of maxim, Paul Grice’s

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moh syifauddin. (2021). an ANALYSIS OF THE VIOLATION MAXIM IN DETECTIVE CONAN ANIME SERIES: ANALYSIS OF THE VIOLATION MAXIM IN DETECTIVE CONAN ANIME SERIES. English Language Teaching Journal, 1(1). Retrieved from https://ejournal.alqolam.ac.id/index.php/eltj/article/view/654
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