Verbal Abuses as Impact of Hatred

Simatupang, Masda Surti and Peter, Ramot (2018) Verbal Abuses as Impact of Hatred. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Social Sciences, Laws, Arts and Humanities - BINUS-JIC. ISSN 978 989 758 515 9

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People are expected to speak politely to others in order to show solidarity. It means that they emphasize shared attitudes and respect to each other. In communication, people speak in polite manner to show respect to and to be appreciated by others. When people talk in a manner based on what they like, for instance with the purpose of hurting others, the verbal abuses, then, take place. People do verbal abuses, in this study because of showing authority and religion fanaticism. The words uttered are sometimes meaningless, but showing hatred, with curses or condemnation. There are some bad impacts of uttering verbal abuses especially stated by public figures. The purpose of this research is to explore some abusive words spoken by the public figures. The researcher analyses the scripts, explains why the words are classified into verbal abuses, and elaborates the impacts of the words to public. The methodology used is descriptive method which explains the verbal abuses from the data obtained from some links from the internet which contain verbal abuses. The results show that the verbal abuses have increased the public hatred. The conclusion is that verbal abuses cause impacts of public hatred. Keywords: Verbal Abuse, Hatred

Item Type: Article
Depositing User: Ms Mentari Simanjuntak
Date Deposited: 24 Aug 2021 09:27
Last Modified: 25 Aug 2021 04:55

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