Woman Exploitation as Seen in McCormick’s Novel Sold

ANIS MIFTAKHUL ULFA, 121411223030 (2017) Woman Exploitation as Seen in McCormick’s Novel Sold. Skripsi thesis, Universitas Airlangga.

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This study discussed about double oppression through Marxist feminist movement in Marxist feminisim theory by Evelyn Reed, which emphasizes the gender and class oppressions. The issue is seen in the portrayal of Lakhsmi’s struggle againts double oppression in facing patriarchal system in their family and society in Sold novel. The study aims to analyze the exploitation under capitalist system in the brothel and how Lakhsmi resists the double oppressions. The ideas of patriarchal system portray women as powerless, irrational, and submissive. Marxist feminism tried to use a class analysis to explain women’s oppression. It analyzed the connection between the oppression of women and other oppression in society. The study uses Marxist feminism theory, especially revelas how the procurer exploits prostitues as the labor under the capitalist system. The writer collects the data from the dialogues and actions of Lakhsmi. Marxist feminism experienced result that Lakhsmi can resist the double oppressions through her struggle and obstinate to liberate herself from the capitalist system by working with both women and men. They work together to overthrow the capitalism.

Item Type: Thesis (Skripsi)
Additional Information: KKB KK2 FS.BE.134/17 Ulf w
Uncontrolled Keywords: discrimination, oppressions, patriarchy, capitalism, exploitation
Subjects: P Language and Literature > PR English literature > PR83 English literature
Divisions: 12. Fakultas Ilmu Budaya > Sastra Inggris
Depositing User: Mr Binkol2 2
Date Deposited: 19 Dec 2017 19:15
Last Modified: 19 Dec 2017 19:15
URI: http://repository.unair.ac.id/id/eprint/64424
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