IDENTITAS DAN MIMIKRI DALAM ROMAN SALAH ASUHAN KARYA ABDOEL MOEIS

Yati Sugiarti, (2005) IDENTITAS DAN MIMIKRI DALAM ROMAN SALAH ASUHAN KARYA ABDOEL MOEIS. S2 thesis, UNY.

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ABSTRACT The material object of this research is the novel Salah Asuhan by Abdoel Moeis. The formal object is identity and mimicry. The research focuses on the question of how the postcolonial identity and the mimicry are expressed in the novel. The theoretical background was provided by the theory of postcolonialism, while the research has been carried out in a descriptive and qualitative way. The main problem of the postcolonial study in this research relates to one of the themes which are concerned with mimicry or imitation. The argument uses several dichotomies such as conception of East and West, subject versus object, one’s self versus the other, the colonizer versus the person who are colonized and the speaker versus the listener. There are some issues which can be found through the postcolonial analysis. These are as follows (1) the relation which builds up between the colonizer and the colonized persons, (2) the postcolonial identity which the character Hanafi tries to develop by increasing his status to become equal wirh the colonizers and (3) the imitation or mimicry which is used by this character to reach the identity which he idealizes for himself. The outcomes of this result are as follows (1) the relationships between the colonizer and the colonized is that of a dominated hierarchy which can be called unique, because (a) Hanafi acts as a subject when he approaches Rapiah, his mother and the Minangkabau society, (b) Hanafi acts as an object when he approaches Corrie and other European societies. (2) The problem of Hanafi’s own identity which relates to (a) how Hanafi looks at himself, (b) how other people look at Hanafi, (c) the desire that Hanafi shows to become somebody different, and (d) the steps which Hanafi takes to fulfill his desire to become somebody different. (3) The mimicry, which means the imitation that Hanafi uses, including (a) mimicry concerning the language, (b) mimicry concerning the view of the livehood, (c) mimicry concerning his way of life, and (d) mimicry concerning the system of society. Key words: identity, mimicry

Item Type: Thesis (S2)
Subjects: Bahasa dan Sastra > Bahasa Jerman
Divisions: Fakultas Bahasa dan Seni > Pendidikan Bahasa Jerman
Depositing User: Dra. Yati Sugiarti,M.Hum. sugiarti
Date Deposited: 06 Aug 2012 04:43
Last Modified: 06 Aug 2012 04:43
URI: http://eprints.uny.ac.id/id/eprint/2874

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