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Title: Representation of female stereotypes in sense and sensibility Film (2008) through cinematography and narrative elements
Authors: Tirta Nyuminnar
Advisors: Asep Saefuddin
Keywords: Wanita - Film
Issue Date: 5-Oct-2012
Publisher: UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta : Fakultas Adab Dan Humaniora, 2011
Series/Report no.: 0111-04-7573;2420 BSI a
Abstract: The study concerns on the representation of female stereotypes to express her idea through the film that appears in the film of Sense and sensibility. The writer uses the qualitative descriptive analysis as the method to analyze the relationship between characters, camera, and spectator, which are appeared in the Sense and Sensibility film. The data are obtained from the books of feminism, film, and literature and the internet, which are related with feminist film theory. In this analysis, the writer finds out the result that shows the characteristics of female characters, which represents the female stereotypes in Sense and Sensibility Film. Using Mulvey’s theory of Visual pleasure, this study identifies the critical use of camera’s position, movement, and point of view as the extensive use of framing to reveal representation of female stereotypes as the barer of the novel’s early feminism in adaptation of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility. It is revealed that cinematography and narrative elements not only depict female stereotypes as domestic creature, inferior, second sex, emotional and sexual object but also, his film empowers the male spectators through the narcissistic identification with male character and male director.
Description: i: 42 hal.; 24 cm
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