The Euphemization as the Mechanism of Symbolic Violence of the Teachers in Classroom Interaction: Case Study at Public Madrasah Tsanawiyah of Manado in Indonesia
Dr. Ardianto, M.Pd.

Research on verbal violence in the world of education needs was necessary because verbal violence could cause serious long-term negative impacts on students' psychological development. This study aims to describe and explain the form and strategy of euphemization production as a mechanism for teacher's symbolic violence against the students in class interaction. This study uses a qualitative approach with a single case study and multicasus design, and uses two analyzes, namely pattern-matching and explanation-building. This research was conducted at the Public Madrasah Tsanawiyah of Manado. Research data sourced from recording learning interactions and field notes. Data were analyzed by interpretive methods. The results of this study showed that (1) orders, (2) requirement, (3) licensing, (4) solicitation, (5) trust, (6) usability, (7) agreement, (8) affirmation, (9) reproach, (10) prohibition, (11) bonuses, (12) insinuation, (13) efficiency, (14) warning, and (15) labeling. Whereas, the strategy for the production of euphemization as a mechanism of symbolic violence in the interaction of learning in the classroom was realized by using direct and indirect speech strategies. The choice of teacher-speaking strategies is related to the type and function of certain speeches and the communication objectives to be achieved in the context of learning.

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