E3S Web Conf.
Volume 317, 2021The 6th International Conference on Energy, Environment, Epidemiology, and Information System (ICENIS 2021)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Culture and Environment|
|Published online||05 November 2021|
Communication Patterns in Online University Lectures: Cross-Cultural Comparison between Czechia & Indonesia
1 Student, Department of Linguistics, Faculty of Humanities, Diponegoro University, Indonesia
2 Lecturer, Department of Linguistics, Faculty of Humanities, Diponegoro University, Indonesia
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The goal of the paper is to observe and compare the communication patterns in online university lectures occurring in the Czech and Indonesian (more specifically Javanese) environment through the lens of the ethnography of communication, based on the theory of speech acts. It aims to offer an insight in form of a case study and complement the knowledge in this field, especially considering the rapid expansion of the discourse due to the world pandemic in which information systems play a crucial role. The practical part uses direct observation of a set of classes to reveal how the same studied communicative events are practised differently. One of the key findings is the confirmation of my hypothesis that the speech events in the studied case show cultural differences and it is beneficial to study them through the lens of ethnography of communication. The focus on speech acts proved to be a crucial tool in my analysis.
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