MISKOMUNIKASI DIADIK DENGAN KAUM TULI

Analisis Komunikasi Interpersonal dengan Kaum Tuli

  • Wahjoe Mawardiningsih Universitas Surakarta
  • Christina Nur Wijayanti Universitas Surakarta
Keywords: Interpersonal Communication, Miscommunication, The Deafs.

Abstract

The deafs communicate non-verbally by sign speech. The sign speech that is not understanable by the communicator or the communicant, causes miscommunication. The understanding of the sign speech meaning is needed in order to make a positive interpersonalcommunication and relationship. The aim of the research is to find out interpersonal communication in the understanding of non-verbal communication with sign speech, decrease the conflict that causes miscommunication. The kind of the research is qualitative research with  data collecting technique of theparticipant observation, interview, and documentary research. The data analysis implemented is qualitative data analysis with interactive model from Miles and Huberman. The kind of the research is descriptive qualitative research, explains and implements the research model in its real condition, the data used is verbal data. The primary and secondary data are obtained from the result of interview, observation, and literary review. The result of the research shows that the positive interpersonal communication grows positive interpersonal relationship, and grows the confidence for the deafs. The result of the research is based on interpersonal communication, they are: openess, emphaty, supportiveness, positiveness, equality. The result shows the needs more openess, emphaty, supportiveness, and positiveness from the communicator or communicant who are not deaf.

Author Biographies

Wahjoe Mawardiningsih, Universitas Surakarta

Program Studi Ilmu Komunikasi

Christina Nur Wijayanti, Universitas Surakarta

Program Studi Ilmu Komunikasi

Published
2018-03-31
How to Cite
Mawardiningsih, W., & Nur Wijayanti, C. (2018). MISKOMUNIKASI DIADIK DENGAN KAUM TULI . Translitera : Jurnal Kajian Komunikasi Dan Studi Media, 6(1), 47-60. https://doi.org/10.35457/translitera.v6i1.583
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