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Title: A Relevation of Danny boyl's worl'd view on slumdog milionaire
Authors: Helmi Fahmi
Advisors: Innayatulchusna
Issue Date: 5-Oct-2012
Publisher: Jakarta : UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Fakultas Adab Dan Humaniora, 2009
Abstract: The research is aimed at finding out Boyle’s worldview in the main character of Slumdog Millionaire. The writer uses qualitative descriptive analysis as the method to analyze Slumdog Millionaire and its external elements, which reflected social life in India through main character from the world view of director. By using genetic structuralism theory of Lucien Goldmann, the writer can reveal Boyle’s worldview. The data obtained through watching the film, reading the script of the film and making some note from it. In this analysis, the writer find out the final result that shows how Boyle’s worldview appears in Jamal Malik as the main character in Slumdog Millionaire. It appears through some points that is used as the research orientation. Jamal who came from lower caste was treated unequally by the people who came from higher caste. Through following the quiz Who Wants to be A Millionaire, he hoped it would be the way for him to escape from his poverty. The result of this research shows how Boyle’s worldview was depicted about social life in India that was performed by Jamal Malik, the main character of the film. Economic Liberalization that hopefully could change the social condition India failed to fulfill Indian people’s hope. Meanwhile, Jamal who tried to escape from the poverty was following the quiz who wants to be a millionaire, he was being oppressed by Prem, the host of the quiz. However, having much money is not the only important thing to Jamal. Treating well and respecting by the society can be important thing as well. So that, it can be said that Jamal can be described as a representation of Indian people, especially lower caste. Jamal was not only being oppressed with the money, but also being humiliated from higher caste.
Description: 39 hal.; 28 cm.
URI: http://repository.uinjkt.ac.id/dspace/handle/123456789/19937
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