GENDER RELATION IN PETE'S DRAGON FILM: ECOFEMINISM STUDIES

DINDA AYU ADELIA, 121311233122 (2018) GENDER RELATION IN PETE'S DRAGON FILM: ECOFEMINISM STUDIES. Skripsi thesis, Universitas Airlangga.

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Abstract

Women are believed to have deeper and stronger connection with nature than men. Women were culturally connected with nature. Therefore, because of this stereotype that evolve in society, there are differences toward how women and men interact with the nature. The object of this study is Pete’s Dragon film (2016), this film tells about the relationship between human and nature. This film showed that human exploit nature for economic purposes, for example, deforestation. And this film depicted that the characters which exploit the nature are lumberjack crews; meanwhile the character that help to save the nature is woman as the forest ranger, and men with some characteristics. To analyze this film, writer use qualitative, narrative, and nonnarrative method. By applying ecofeminism concept from Vandana Shiva to analyze Pete’s Dragon film, this study can reveal how gender as social construction are connected to the nature. This study also showed that Pete’s Dragon which is film for children and released in 2016 depicts that men and women react to environmental issues in their own way

Item Type: Thesis (Skripsi)
Additional Information: KKB KK FS BE 46/18 Ade g
Uncontrolled Keywords: deforestation, ecofeminism, exploitation, gender
Subjects: P Language and Literature
Divisions: 12. Fakultas Ilmu Budaya > Sastra Inggris
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DINDA AYU ADELIA, 121311233122UNSPECIFIED
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ContributorPuguh BUdi Susetyo, mgr.,S.HumUNSPECIFIED
Depositing User: Unnamed user with email indah.fatma@staf.unair.ac.id
Date Deposited: 03 Apr 2018 22:05
Last Modified: 03 Apr 2018 22:05
URI: http://repository.unair.ac.id/id/eprint/71599
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