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Nurul Inayah


The purpose of this study is to critically analyze the news discourse of corruption cases carried out by Prosecutor Pinangki in online media presented by Tempo. This study focused on three aspects of critical discourse analysis, namely, microstructural, mesotructural, and macrostructural how a discourse is produced and consumed. This research is based on Norman Fairclough's critical discourse analysis model using descriptive qualitative research methods. The source of this research is the rubric of news from tempo online media with data in the form of two samples of news rubrics. This study resulted in three points, namely in the point of analysis of textual or textual (micro) produced that these two rubrics use unmitigated language, such as the use of kongkalikong diction, plugs, black notes, culas laws, dagelan, and controversial diction selection on the title. In addition, the mention of the name of the character in the rubric and inconsistent in using the name mentioned. Then the second point, namely discourse practice (meso) analysis, produces that the Tempo news rubric is a rubric of the latest and actual news because it presents news about the government and the state of Indonesia with straightforward and non-long-winded language. Then the third point of sociocultural analysis or sociocultural practice (macro), which consists of three levels (siteional, institutional, and social). At the siteional level it is concerned with how a text is produced in the context of the situation that is happening, at the institutional level rubric writing involves the source as evidence and reinforcement of what is disclosed, and at the social level reporters and editors seek to reveal the facts surrounding the corrupt practices of legal officials. The three levels produce that tempo is in harmony with existing social phenomena.

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