PROSES AKTUALISASI DIRI PADA TOKOH ALTAIR DALAM ANIME RE: CREATORS KARYA EI AOKI (KAJIAN PSIKOLOGI SASTRA) アオキエイのアニメ「レクリエイターズ」における、 アルタイルの自己実現プロセス

Muhammad Agrisandy Satyarso, Agrisandi (2021) PROSES AKTUALISASI DIRI PADA TOKOH ALTAIR DALAM ANIME RE: CREATORS KARYA EI AOKI (KAJIAN PSIKOLOGI SASTRA) アオキエイのアニメ「レクリエイターズ」における、 アルタイルの自己実現プロセス. Undergraduate thesis, Diponegoro University.

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ABSTRACT Muhammad Agrisandy Satyarso. 2021. “The Process of Self-Actualization in Altair From The Anime Re:Creators by Ei Aoki”. A Japanese and Cultural study program thesis, Diponegoro University, Semarang. This thesis is aimed to analyses the process of self-actualization from a main antagonist character called Altair, from the anime series titled Re:Creators. Based on Abraham Maslow’s theory of Hierarchy of Needs. The data that was used in order to determine the process of self-actualization in the main antagonist Altair, were the 21 episodes in the animation series of Re:Creators. The method used in this thesis is the analytic descriptive method, and the theories to support the result of the analysis are Himawan Pratista’s Movie Narratives Structure theory and Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. The result of this thesis is that the main antagonist Altair achieves her self-actualization. Unlike any other human character, due to her nature of being a “creation”, an almost “omnipotent” character and not a regular human being, makes the process of self-actualization quite hard to determine. However, she managed to achieved her self-actualization by gathering allies to support her cause, survived being hunted by the protagonist, and at a intense final battle that took place in Tokyo’s district of Ginza, Altair once again managed to meet her long passed creator Setsuna Shimazaki and fulfil her potential as a Godlike being. Keywords: Altair, anime, hierarchy of needs, literal psychology, narative structure, Re:Creators.

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:P Language and Literature > PN Literature (General) > PN0441 Literary History
Divisions:Faculty of Humanities > Department of Japanese
ID Code:83710
Deposited By:Indra
Deposited On:18 Oct 2021 15:06
Last Modified:18 Oct 2021 15:06

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