Reader’s Response and Learning Writing Psychological Perspective

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https://doi.org/10.18533/journal.v8i9.1710

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Reader response, writing strategy, psychology.

Abstract

This study aims to describe the reader’s response to learning writing psychological perspective. This research is based on experience in the field which shows that the readers' response to writing related to psychology is not so much. Therefore, in this researcher, the response of the reader was explored in depth in relation to writing. The research method used is qualitative. The research subjects were 20 participants. Data collection techniques using interviewing and sequencing. The results and discussion of the study showed that for the assessment stage, participants were more dominant in academic writing than popular writing. For the readers' response to psychology-based writing strategies, they are very responsive 90%, 10% less responsive.

Author Biography

Anas Ahmadi, Universitas Negeri Surabaya

Universitas Negeri Surabaya

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2019-09-06

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