Liza Fuzna R., Liza (2020) KONFLIK BATIN TOKOH KYUUTA PADA FILM BAKEMONO NO KO KARYA MAMORU HOSODA (KAJIAN PSIKOLOGI SASTRA) 細田守が制作された『化け物の子』の映画における九太という登場人物の身分葛藤 ：心理学的文学研究. Undergraduate thesis, Diponegoro University.
ABSTRACT Rahmawati, Liza Fuzna. 2020. "The Inner Conflict of Kyuuta in Mamoru Hosoda’s Movie Bakemono no Ko ". Thesis of Japanese Language and Culture Department, Diponegoro University, Semarang. Advisor Yuliani Rahmah, S.Pd., M.hum Bakemono no Ko tells the life of a boy named Kyuuta who was a human but spent his childhood to adolescence in Jutengai, the land of monsters (Bakemono). Kyuuta was confused about his identity as a human or a monster. This research reveals the inner conflict of Kyuuta in the Bakemono no Ko movie. The method used to obtain data is library research. This study uses a narrative structural theory, which is to find out the narrative structure of the film Bakemono no Ko which includes characters, plot, goals, narrative relationship with space and narrative relationship with time. In addition, the authors also use the method of literary psychology to uncover Kyuuta's inner conflict and the factors that cause his inner conflict. The theory used is the theory of Kurt Lewin. The result of this study is Kyuuta was confronted with various choices that caused a sense of doubt and causing his inner conflict. There are two types of Kyuuta’s inner conflict such approach-avoidance conflict and avoidance-avoidance conflict. There are 5 factors that cause Kyuuta's inner conflict, there are driving force, restraining force, forces corresponding to a persons needs, Induced force, Impersonal Force. Keywords: Bakemono no Ko, Kyuuta, inner conflict, Kurt Lewin, approach-avoidance conflict, avoidance-avoidance conflict
|Item Type:||Thesis (Undergraduate)|
|Subjects:||P Language and Literature > PN Literature (General) > PN2000 Dramatic representation. The Theater|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Humanities > Department of Japanese|
|Deposited On:||30 Jul 2020 09:10|
|Last Modified:||30 Jul 2020 09:10|
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