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Title: Influence of Environment Condition on Main Character’s Stress Significant in Inside Out (2015) Film.
Authors: Padel Muhamad Rallie Rivaldy
Advisors: Inayatul Chusna
Keywords: Stress;Stressor,;Cognitive Appraisal;Psychological Approach
Issue Date: 23-Aug-2016
Abstract: This thesis aims to observe influence of environment condition on main character’s stress significant through psychological approach in Inside Out (2015), a film directed by Pete Docter and Ronnie Del Carmen. By using qualitative method and descriptive analysis technique, this research explains influence of environment on Riley’s stress significant through characterization by Boggs and Petrie and concept of stress by Richard Lazarus. To support the analysis, the writer also uses one of cinematography aspects: color to reveal visual evidence in supporting the analysis. Based on the research findings, the writer concludes that Riley as the main character in Inside Out film has dynamic characters. Before her moving, she has several good characters, such as cheerful, friendly, honest, and funny. Then she turns into her opposite sides; gloomy, unsocial, rebellious, and cold person, since her arrival at San Francisco; her new environment. The data in this research shows that Riley’s characters changes is her emotional stress reaction. This research figures out that environment in Inside Out film has a significant influence as the stimulation of stressors that put Riley into stress condition based on the facts that San Francisco has natural disaster potency, food culture, and manner. Moving to San Francisco for Riley means that she must separate from all her friends and her beloved hockey team which put her feeling into lonely and stressful condition. Finally, San Francisco takes a role as producer of stressors which stimulate events that depress Riley’s psychological condition
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