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Dyah Kristyowati
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Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Budaya Jalan Pakuan No. 1 Kelurahan Tegallega Kecamatan Bogor Tengah Kota Bogor 16143
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Journal Albion : Journal of English Literature, Language, and Culture
Published by Universitas Pakuan
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26570696     DOI : https://doi.org/10.33751/albion
Journal Albion Journal of English Literature, Language, and Culture. Journal Albion : Journal of English Literature, Language and Culture with registered number e-ISSN 2657-0696 invites submission of studies co-authored by faculty, students, and or community partners in the areas of English literature, linguistic, and culture. Journal Albion: Journal of English Literature, Language and Culture accepts articles in any literary related subjects and any research methodology that meet the standards established for publication in the journal The articles must be written in English. Journal Albion : Journal of English Literature, Language and Culture is published twice a year in April and October by The Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities Pakuan University. It has been published biannually since January 2019. Any submitted paper will be reviewed by reviewers. The review process employs a double-blind review that the reviewer does not know the identity of the author, and the author does not know the identity of the reviewers.
Articles 66 Documents
LEXICAL AND CONTEXTUAL MEANINGS CONTAINED IN RELIGIOUS SONG LYRICS AT QUIVER CENTER ACADEMY (QCA) Fitriani Ponno; Sari Rejeki; Maulana Taufik
Journal Albion : Journal of English Literature, Language, and Culture Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Volume 1 nomor 1 Januari Tahun 2019
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ABSTRACTThe purpose of this research is to study the theme, lexical and contextual meaning in the lyrics of the songs frequently sung in Quiver Center Academy (QCA) school, located in Gading Serpong, Tangerang city. This research uses descriptive analysis method. The analysis  result in the conclusion that noun is the most category word that has lexical and contextual meaning in the songs. The main reason why these words have lexical and contextual meaning is to know the meaning of the song in a deeper way. Moreover, they also support the understanding of the theme in QCA’s are divinity, destiny, integrity, victory, struggle, and dedication.Keyword: theme, lexical meaning, and contextual meaning.
THE MAIN CHARACTER’S ANXIETY DISORDER IN THE NOVEL BLUE SKIES BY CATHERINE ANDERSON Ulfa Norma Asyifa; Henny Suharyati; Ni Made Widisanti S
Journal Albion : Journal of English Literature, Language, and Culture Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Volume 1 nomor 1 Januari Tahun 2019
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ABSTRACTThe purpose of this research is to show the type of anxiety and the psychological impact on the main character in the novel Blue Skies by Catherine Anderson. The method used to conduct this research is descriptive analysis whilst the technique is library research. Besides that, this paper also applies intrinsic approach in the process of the analysis, such as character and characterization, setting and conflict as well as extrinsic approach which is the theory of psychoanalysis by Sigmund Freud. Carly Adams as the main character is identified to experience a lot of anxiety problems namely neurotic, realistic and morality anxiety. Those anxieties have given psychological impact on Carly’s life. However, at the end, the main character is able to control her anxiety problem. Keywords : Physcological Problem, Anxiety, Psychoanalysis
MODERN SLAVERY IN THE MEMOIR HIDDEN GIRL BY SYIMA HALL: A REVIEW ON THE MAIN CHARACTER Mutiara Magdalena; Agnes Setyowati H; Ni Made Widisanti S
Journal Albion : Journal of English Literature, Language, and Culture Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Volume 1 nomor 1 Januari Tahun 2019
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AbstractThe main topic in this research is modern slavery which is examined based on the study of the main character in Shyima Hall’s memoir: Hidden Girl. The process of this research involves the overall story, intrinsic elements: character and characterization, conflict, setting, and symbol, as well as extrinsic elements: perspective of cultural studies focusing on class and the understanding of modern slavery. This qualitative research is conducted by applying descriptive analysis method along with library research technique, leading to the identification that class turns out to be the cause of modern slavery. The main character, Shyima, undergoes three forms of modern slavery: human trafficking, domestic slavery and child slavery. These experiences eventually forms her determination to fight against modern slavery individually, by becoming an anti-modern slavery activist.Keywords: class, main character, modern slavery, slavery
FEMALE MASCULINITY IN THE NOVEL THE SPY BY PAULO COELHO: A REVIEW ON THE MAIN CHARACTER Dewi Rahayu; Ni Made Widisanti S; Tetty Yukesti
Journal Albion : Journal of English Literature, Language, and Culture Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Volume 1 nomor 1 Januari Tahun 2019
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ABSTRACTThis study aims at denoting  the image of female masculinity through the study of the main character in the novel The Spy by Paulo Coelho. The main character, Mata Hari,  works as a dancer and hetaira, but is accused of spying because of her profession. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative with library research technique. The results of this study indicate that female masculinity described in the main character is considered hegemonic masculinity, that is, the kind of  masculinity formed through behavior, personal experience, and cultural processes. This masculinity is denoted in the presence of the main character’s characteristics, such as  self-nature, adventurous, free, selfish, reckless, active, and courageous.Keyword : Female masculinity, Hetaira, Masculinity-femininity.
THE INFLUENCE OF POWER RELATIONS WHICH GIVE RISE TO GENDER INEQUALITY ON THE MAIN CHARACTER IN THE NOVEL THE RED QUEEN BY PHILIPPA GREGORY Rustiyani Rustiyani; Agnes Setyowati H; Ni Made Widisanti S.
Journal Albion : Journal of English Literature, Language, and Culture Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Volume 1 nomor 1 Januari Tahun 2019
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ABSTRACT The topic of this research is the influence of power relations which gave rise to injustice against the female character in Philippa Gregory’s The Red Queen. In a relationship, whether between individuals or groups, there is usually a figure who has more control than others. In this sphere, Foucault calls this kind of relationship “power relations”. Power relation is something that can be said to be commonplace, but this is detrimental to one party, especially to women. Therefore, this study aims to show the harm suffered by women due to the influence of power relations by centralizing the analysis on Lady Margaret Beaufort, the main character of a noble woman in the context of the 14th and 15th centuries in England. The type of research used is qualitative research that is supported by library technique. The research findings shows that power relations in the 14th and 15th centuries are very strong in the life of the royal community, and it gives birth of injustice to the main character such as: (1)Steriotype, (2)Subordination, (3)Symbolic violence and, (4)Marginalization. Keywords: Power Relations, Woman, Main Character, Injustice 
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SYMBOL AND MEANING IN THE FILM ZOOTOPIA Dwi Lestari Septiani; Sari Rejeki; Ni Made Widisanti S
Journal Albion : Journal of English Literature, Language, and Culture Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Volume 1 nomor 1 Januari Tahun 2019
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ABSTRACTThis research discusses the relationship between the symbol and meaning in Zootopia, a film by Jared Bush and Phil Johnston. The objectives of this research is to show the types of symbol in Zootopia and its meaning by identifying the types of symbol and its meaning based on the speaker’s utterance and the context of the utterance itself. The method used in this research is descriptive analysis with library research technique. The results of this research shows that there are 15 symbols in this movie. From 15 symbols mentioned, all the symbols in Zootopia are private symbol. The meaning of symbol are determined by its reference, which refers to the words and sentences, and also by supportive context which explains the reference. Symbols and meanings in this movie are closely related and become a unity that builds storylines and characters. The symbols in this movie are intentionally used to help in conveying the content and message of the movie. Keywords: Symbol, meaning, movie.
ANXIETY ASPECT OF THE MAIN CHARACTER IN THE NOVEL IF I WAS YOUR GIRL BY MEREDITH RUSSO Janita Rahma Mayestika; Henny Suharyati; Agnes Setyowati H
Journal Albion : Journal of English Literature, Language, and Culture Vol 1, No 2 (2019): Vol 1 No 2 Tahun 2019
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Abstract The purpose of this thesis is to analyze the anxiety that has been experienced by the main character from the novel If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo. Through the analytical descriptive method and supported with psychoanalysis theory, the present writer also concludes that the main character has experienced the anxiety, which gives the influence in her social life. This anxiety is influenced by the internal and external factors. Two differences background which affected are sexual disorder behavior of the main character and harsh environment which made the main character has experienced the anxiety as long as her life. That matter also influences the character’s psychology. The anxiety effect gives too much mental pressure to the main character. Keywords: Anxiety, Main Character, Psychoanalysis, Transgender  
THE STRUGGLE OF THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN FEMALE CHARACTER IN MARGOT LEE SHATTERLY’S NOVEL HIDDEN FIGURES Tiara Febrianti; Agnes Setyowati H; Ni Made Widisanti S
Journal Albion : Journal of English Literature, Language, and Culture Vol 1, No 2 (2019): Vol 1 No 2 Tahun 2019
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AbstractThe main topic of this research is the struggle of an African-American woman in facing discriminatory treatment.  It is a study on the main character in Margot Lee Shetterly's novel: Hidden Figures. The process of this research involves the overall story, intrinsic elements: character and characterization, conflict, setting and plot and also extrinsic elements: liberal feminisme, multicultural feminism and racism. This qualitative research is conducted by applying descriptive analysis method along with library research technique, leading to the identification that racism and feminism turns out to cause discrimination. The main character, Katherine, undergoes dicrimination on  education and employment for African-American people. These experiences eventually prompts the main character to fight against discrimination by proving that she is capable of becoming the first black woman who works for NASA.Keywords : discrimination, female main chracter, feminism, racism, struggle
THE PSYCHOPATHIC BEHAVIOR OF THE ANTAGONIST IN THE NOVEL THE CUCKOO’S CALLING BY ROBERT GALBRAITH Hamzah Rabbani; Agnes Setyowati H; Shita Dewi Ratih P
Journal Albion : Journal of English Literature, Language, and Culture Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Volume 1 nomor 1 Januari Tahun 2019
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AbstractThis research discusses the psychopathic behaviour of the antagonist, John Bristow, in the novel The Cuckoo`s Calling by Robert Galbraith. This research aims at identifying the characteristics and causes of  psychopathic  behavior of the  antagonist and the impact on others and himself. The research was conducted using descriptive analysis method and psychoanalysis approach. John, who has hurt others without remorse, is not afraid of repeating his crime. He is able to deceive and manipulate others, not to mention coldhearted, and has a lack of emphaty. Strong id and weak superego originating from John's lack of attention and affection from his parents and closest people are the causes of John`s psychophatic behaviour. John`s psychopathic behaviour in turn causes others to suffer and causes himself to lose his family.Keywords : The Cuckoo`s Calling, Psychopathic Behaviour, Superego, Id, Family.
THE MAIN CHARACTER'S INDEPENDENCE IN QAISRA SHAHRAZ'S THE HOLY WOMAN Gentry Regina; Agnes Setyowati H; Shita Dewi Ratih P
Journal Albion : Journal of English Literature, Language, and Culture Vol 2, No 1 (2020): Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020)
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The purpose of this thesis is to point out the main character’s independence in Qaisra Shahraz’s The Holy Woman, and to identify measures that she has undertaken to fight for her independence in confronting the tradition in Pakistan. Using descriptive qualitative methods and feminist studies, it is  learned that the main character is a common but strong woman who must serve as a “Holy Woman” and “marry” the Quran. Because of the old tradition and  culture that still exist in Pakistan, the main character gradually develops her traits and becomes a dynamic character accordingly. Keywords: culture, feminism, Pakistan, patriarchy, tradition