British (Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Inggris)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2252-9934 / 2685-337X
Published by: Universitas Muhammadiyah Gorotalo (10.31314)
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, Yulan Puluhulawa
British (Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Inggris), Volume 7, pp 60-71; https://doi.org/10.31314/british.7.1.60-71.2018

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The purpose of this research is to deconstruct the main character of Frankenstein novel. This is qualitative research with deconstructive approach. Deconstruction is a method of reading texts which shows that in every text there is always an absolute presumption. Deconstruction is used to find other meanings hidden in a text. The steps taken by the writer in deconstructing Frankenstein's novel are describing Victor's character, finding binary opposition in the character then deconstructing Victor's character. The results are the portrayal of Victor after deconstruction that Victor himself was the cause of all the chaos done by his creatures. Victor's ambitions that are too deep in science make him a different person, from a good character to very selfish and cruel.Keywords: Deconstructive, Main Character, Binary Opposition, Frankenstein Novel
, Dahlia Husain
British (Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Inggris), Volume 7, pp 1-13; https://doi.org/10.31314/british.7.1.1-13.2018

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Literary works are the reflection of real life. Movie is a literary work that tells a story by using some conflict. The character in a movie usually describes the human psychology and behavior. Ambition is one of human psychology. This research discusses about the ambition of the main characters in Perfume: the Story of a Murderer. This movie tells about the ambitious the main character to make a perfume by killed 26 victims. He has an ambition to fulfill their psychogenic needs. The fulfillment of psychogenic needs that is experienced by the main character on the movie is analyzed in Henry Murray's The Need Theory of Personality. This research is conducted by using the qualitative method. This research uses psychological approach to analyze the fictitious of the main character. The result from this study is that the ambition has the causes and the effects.Keywords: Movie, Psychogenic needs, Ambition, Psychological Approach.
Cinda Amilia Rahman
British (Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Inggris), Volume 7, pp 90-98; https://doi.org/10.31314/british.7.2.90-98.2018

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This research discusses Louisa May Alcott’s novel, “Little Women”. It is a story about four sisters and mother in the March Family. The novel, which has a background in the Victorian Era, addresses many issues about women. The description of women at that time, positions in the Family, Education and Public work environment. Therefore this study aims to determine aspects of the struggle of women in Victorian era in terms of family, education, and Public work environment using a gynocriticism approach. The data used documentation data where data comes from novels and other supporting sources. The results of this study researchers found that there were aspects of women’s struggle at that time in the novel “Little Women” in Family, Education and Public work environment. In addition, researcher found a relation between the life story of author Louisa May Alcott and the “Little Women” novel that has been presented in some data.Keywords: Victorian Era, Gynocriticism, Louisa May Alcott, Little Women.
British (Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Inggris), Volume 7, pp 43-59; https://doi.org/10.31314/british.7.1.43-59.2018

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This research is qualitative descriptive research that analyzes five selected poems of Maya Angelou “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sing, Still I Rise, Phenomenal Woman, When I Think about My Self and the last is Alone”. The researcher used qualitative method and structural approach to know what kinds of imagery that used in five selected poems by Maya Angelou “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sing, Still I Rise, Phenomenal Woman, When I Think about My Self and the last is Alone”. Then, the data were collected from five poems selected by Maya Angelou. In the process analyzed, the researcher read the poem “I Know Why The Caged Bird Sing, Still I Rise, Phenomenal Woman, When I Think About My Self and the last is Alone” and using five steps based on the technique of analyzing the data by using structural approach to find what kinds of imagery that used in poem “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sing, Still I Rise, Phenomenal Woman, When I Think About My Self and the last is Alone” by Maya Angelou. Then based on the result of this analyzed, the researcher found there are four types of imagery that Maya Angelou used in his poem “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sing, Still I Rise, Phenomenal Woman, When I Think About My Self and the last is Alone” Those are visual imagery, auditory imagery, tactile imagery, gustatory imagery and last is kinesthetic imagery, but the kinds of imagery that very dominant used is auditory imagery. Keywords: Poetry, Imagery, Method and Approach
Romiance Pepedek
British (Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Inggris), Volume 7, pp 14-27; https://doi.org/10.31314/british.7.1.14-27.2018

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This research aims to explain Anastasia’s personality in Fifty Shades Darker novel which is a qualitative analysis and the data source was obtained by reading and note-taking. This research uses Sigmund Freud’s theory which was developed by several experts using the Personality element which consists of Id, Ego, and Super Ego. The results of the research based on the three personality elements Anastasia can be seen from the amount of intention, strong desire to be with Christian Grey even though the pain experienced always haunts her, but her desire to love is stronger than the sense of the pain she experienced. The Anastasia Ego can be known from every way Anastasia did to Christian Gray as if trying to convince the purity of her love for Cristian which Christian was still in doubt even afraid that Anastasia would leave him. Furthermore, Anastasia’s super ego can be known through her independence, she does not want to depend on the wealth of Cristian Gray as her lover and she always gives attention and care for Cristian Gray. Keywords: Personality, Anastasia Stele, Fifty Shades Darker Novel
British (Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Inggris), Volume 7, pp 110-119; https://doi.org/10.31314/british.7.2.110-119.2018

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This research discussed the main character’s need, Jay Gatsby. Namely, psychological needs, safety needs, love, and belonging need, Esteem needs, and actualization need. The objective of this research is to analyze the Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy need described in the Gatsby novel by Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald. This research used a descriptive qualitative method and Abraham Maslow’s theory. The result of this research was found from five types of Abraham Maslow’s need, there were two types that were not fulfilled by Jay Gatsby, namely safety needs, and love and belongingness need so, that actualization needs could not be reached.Keywords: Jay Gatsby, Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
British (Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Inggris), Volume 7, pp 28-42; https://doi.org/10.31314/british.7.1.28-42.2018

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Love is something that everyone may have. Even love is the right of every human being in the world so that everyone has the right to love and be loved by others. Generally love is a form of emotion that contains attraction, sexual desire, and attention to someone. This shows that love has several components in it including intimacy, passion, and commitment. This research is focused on analyzing love experiences by using the triangular theory of love by Sternberg on some of the characters in the novel Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer. This research used a descriptive qualitative method and used Sternberg's theory to analyze the experience of love in the breaking dawn novel. The result of this research has three components in love including intimacy, passion, and commitment.Keywords: Love, Triangular of Love, Intimacy, Passion, Commitment
British (Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Inggris), Volume 7, pp 99-109; https://doi.org/10.31314/british.7.2.99-109.2018

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This research is aimed to analyze the main character personality short stories by Roald Dahl as Depicted in her Short Stories. In conducting this research, the researcher applies the qualitative descriptive method. The researcher uses documentation as the technique of collecting data. All the necessary data which related to the research are gathered by doing several steps. The first tep is the researcher selects the short stories by Roald Dahl. The second step is the researcher gathers the literary reference that related to psychological approach. From the analysis the researcher finds that anyone who lives in this world will not be separated from its basic needs, psychological needs, and self fulfillment need. Like food, water, rest, intimate relationships, and achieving one’s full potential. Keywords: Personality, Psychology, Motivation
British (Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Inggris), Volume 7, pp 120-129; https://doi.org/10.31314/british.7.2.120-129.2018

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This research discusses the discrimination by white people to black people in “The Help” Movie. Black people and white people are separated by many rules that make black people is intimidating, so racism is still growing up until generations. This research aims to analyze the history, concept or types of racism and the struggle that also does by black people in “The Help” Movie. This research used descriptive qualitative methods. The researcher used the Sociological approach to identify and to find out the types of racism contained in The Help movie. In addition, from the result of the analysis, it was found that there are 4 types or concepts of racism in “The Help” Movie, such as the internalized, interpersonal, institutional and societal types by using Paradies and William’s theory. In the last result of analysis, the researcher also found the Struggle that does by the black people in “The Help” Movie. Keywords: Movie, Racism, Sociological Approach.
, Ana Mariana
British (Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Inggris), Volume 7, pp 72-89; https://doi.org/10.31314/british.7.2.72-89.2018

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Language is a core of communication and in pragmatics, it is analyzing the information about the development of language and knowledge of language in general and it is related with human language and its context. Pragmatics is concerned with the study of meaning that communicated with the speaker and interpreted by a listener. Context also holds the important rules and cannot be separated in learning pragmatics itself. Therefore, to learn and understand the meaning and it’s context of spoken between speaker and hearer in an utterance, then learning the speech act and it’s parts is one of the important things. This research discusses the use of illocutionary acts in “Wonder” movie. The focus analysis on this research is not only on the main character but on the whole conversation from each character at the movie by classified it into five types by using John Searle’s (1975) theory. The data of illocutionary that appears on Wonder movie is analyzed by using the context situations to find out the flow of each utterance from the speaker and listener. Researcher used the Pragmatic Approach and speech act theory to find out the types of illocutionary act contained in Wonder movie. And, from the result of this analysis, it was found that there are 5 types of illocutionary acts that classified by Searle (1975) in Wonder movie, that known as Representatives or Assertive, Directives, Comissives, Expressive and Declaration. Keywords: Movie / Film, Illocutionary, Pragmatic Approach.
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