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Title: Superiority of white people in the film unconditional
Authors: Nur Faizah
Advisors: Pita Merdeka
Keywords: Superiority;Discrimination;Black people;White people
Issue Date: 29-Apr-2016
Abstract: This research focuses on the analysis of the superiority of White people emerged in the film Unconditional. The method used is descriptive qualitative method by describing and analyzing the film, the writer also uses the postcolonial theory. All data are collected from the dialogue, the picture taken from the movie, and the movie script to support the analysis. This research aimed to show about the superiority of White people through Black people which operated in the film. Unconditional (2012) is a drama film written and directed by Brent Mc Corkle, inspired by true events. The research findings is to show about the supremacy of White people and how White people tried to preserved their supremacy by showing their discrimination to Black people. The result of the research shows that Unconditional film is a medium that has been used to built hegemony and to preserved White people supremacy
URI: http://repository.uinjkt.ac.id/dspace/handle/123456789/32874
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