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Jumat, 11 Maret 2011

SELF-ACTUALIZATION IN SHEKAR KAPUR’S THE GOLDEN AGE: A HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACH.

Abstract

RISTIANI, INA (2010)
Skripsi thesis, Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta .

The problem of this study is how the major character, Queen Elizabeth actualizes herself in Shekar Kapur’s The Golden Age. The objective of this study is to analyze Shekar Kapur’s The Golden Age based on the structural element and Maslow’s humanistic psychological approach. This study belongs to qualitative research. In this method, there are two types of data sources which are used, namely primary and secondary data sources. The primary data source is the novel itself. The secondary data source is taken from books and other sources which support the analysis. The technique of data collection is library research and technique of data analysis is descriptive analysis technique. Having analyzed the novel, the writer concluded that Queen Elizabeth, the major character of the movie can actualize herself. It can be known from her life that she can pass the four basic needs (Physiological needs, Safety needs, Love and Belongingness needs, Self esteem needs) and has the fifteen characteristics of Self actualization

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