Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Language Teaching (JLLLT) 2022-04-15T15:28:29+07:00 Muhammad Hasyimsyah Batubara Open Journal Systems <p>JLLLT is a double-blind peer-reviewed, published biannual on January-June, July- December. It is dedicated to promoting scholarly exchange among teachers, practitioners and researchers in the field of languages. Although articles are written in English, the journal welcomes studies dealing with other than English as well. <br />The scope of JLLLT includes Linguistics and Applied Linguistics. The subject covers textual and fieldwork studies with various perspectives of Language, Language research and innovation which can be related to History, Society, Humanity, Technology, Literature and also various perspectives in Education interest.</p> An Analysis Of Politeness Strategies Used By Donald Trump And Hillary Clinton Presidential Debate 2016 2022-04-07T16:31:02+07:00 Muhammad Hasyimsyah Batubara Cut Dara Ilfa Rahila Hamna Fitri <table> <tbody> <tr> <td> <p>Politeness is usually related to speech acts done by the speaker, and this can be seen in everyday life when people are having a conversation. The conversation that we often see in video debate is a conversation that has the value of politeness. This research analyzes politeness introduced by Brown and Levinson in Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's presidential debate 2016. This research used a qualitative approach with library research. The sources of data were primary and secondary data. The data were in source primary the form of utterances that contain politeness strategies. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's presidential debate 2016 script was the data source. Secondary data in this research is the politeness aspect related to the problem in this research. The collecting data techniques are reduction, display, verification, or drawing conclusion. The result of the analysis is bald on record (16), positive politeness (26), negative politeness (34), and off-record (10). So the total politeness that occurred in Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's presidential debate in 2016 is 86. The dominant utterance varieties politeness in presidential debate 2016 is 34 negative politeness.</p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> 2022-04-15T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Language Teaching (JLLLT)