Invisible Meaning on Spongebob Meme

https://doi.org/10.32996/ijllt.2020.3.9.1

Authors

  • Wiruma Titian Adi Communication and Language Faculty, Bina Sarana Informatika University, Indonesia
  • Bilal Albar Bayyanullah Communication and Language Faculty, Bina Sarana Informatika University, Indonesia
  • Titi Dewi Rohati Communication and Language Faculty, Bina Sarana Informatika University, Indonesia
  • Dadan Hidayat Communication and Language Faculty, Bina Sarana Informatika University, Indonesia

Keywords:

Spongebob Meme, Violation of Maxim, Implicature

Abstract

Pertaining to the phenomenon of Spongebob meme, the writers are interested to discuss meaning of Spongebob meme with involving a study of linguistic. The objective of the research is to answer how violations of maxims are showed on Spongebob meme, and what the meanings of it. The writers took Spongebob meme from as a substance to be analysed. This paper uses descriptive qualitative method. The data are analysed using the violations of maxims to arise the implicature based on Grice, semiotic triangle theory based on Richard and Ogden, and the meanings of Spongebob meme are concluded by using inference theory. The result indicates that each Spongebob meme possess different violations of maxims.

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Published

2020-09-30

How to Cite

Adi, W. T. ., Bayyanullah, B. A. ., Rohati, T. D. ., & Hidayat, D. . (2020). Invisible Meaning on Spongebob Meme. International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation, 3(9), 01-07. https://doi.org/10.32996/ijllt.2020.3.9.1