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RESEARCH OBJECTIVE OF

BACKGROUND IDENTIFICATION SCOPE PROBLEM


QUESTION STUDY
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A COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO WOMEN’S


CHARACTERS IN WILLIAM’S DRAMA A STREETCAR
NAMED DESIRE
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DAHLIA
F21115006
FACULTY OF CULTURAL SCIENCIES
HASANUDIN UNIVERSITY
2019
RESEARCH OBJECTIVE OF
BACKGROUND IDENTIFICATION SCOPE PROBLEM
QUESTION STUDY
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BACKGROUND

One of the most popular forms of literature or compositions


that describes human life and activities by presenting various actions
CHAPTER II — and dialogues between a group of characters. There are two types
of Play, the first is a play designed to be followed up. theater stage or
presentation and the second is a drama cabinet designed only for
reading. Playing more than the presentation of life and character
through action and dialogue for play and entertainment (Reaske,
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One element of drama is characterization. As in a literary work titled


"A Screatcar Named desire" by Tennessee Wiliams. There are two
female characters who have different characters but still love each
other. Blance Dubois and Stella Kowalski are sisters from Belle Reeve
and they are a respected family but things make them change. And
when they meet again, Blance becomes a different figure

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RESEARCH OBJECTIVE OF
BACKGROUND IDENTIFICATION SCOPE PROBLEM
QUESTION STUDY
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IDENTIFICATION PROBLEM
1 . The character of blance Du Bois.
2 The character of stela Kowalski
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3 comparison of Blanch Du bois and stela Kowalski
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RESEARCH OBJECTIVE OF
BACKGROUND IDENTIFICATION SCOPE PROBLEM
QUESTION STUDY
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SCOPE PROBLEM

The Scope of Problem to be processed by the writer is


CHAPTER II to compare the character between stella and blance.
dating problems are stella’s character,. Blance’s
character, and comparison of characters Stella and
blance
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RESEARCH OBJECTIVE OF
BACKGROUND IDENTIFICATION SCOPE PROBLEM
QUESTION STUDY
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RESEARCH QUESTION
The research questions are formulated as follows:
1 . How do Blanch Du bois and Stella Kowalski in A
screeatcar Named Desire?
CHAPTER II 2. what do external Confliects exit in Drama A screetcar
Named Desire ?
3 What are differences and the similarity between Blanch
Du bois and stella Kowalski in A Screetcar Named
Desire?
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RESEARCH OBJECTIVE OF
BACKGROUND IDENTIFICATION SCOPE PROBLEM
QUESTION STUDY
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Objectives of Study
The purpose of the study is :
1 . To know the character of stela and balance
CHAPTER II 2 . To compare stella and balance characters of structural studies.

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PREVIEW OF STRUCTURALISM
STUDY APPROACH
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• Cristiani, Rini (2010)” The


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Definition of family in Johanna
Spry’s Heldi.
• Muawanah(2010)” analysis of
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character in Betrayal a play by
Harold Pinter”.
• Rasyid.Rasydayanti(2017)” The
Witnesses In Rose’sTwelve Anggry
Men
PREVIEW OF STRUCTURALISM
STUDY APPROACH
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According to Goldman, Structuralism is described


as: There is a structural approach to correct pure
weaknesses structural approach using historical and
CHAPTER II social backgrounds are influenced by works (1985: 141)
This approach is a development of a purely
structuralism approach. Moreover, it reflects the
situation and conditions of the environment. Concept of
the basic concept that characterizes the structural
CHAPTER III approach is a historical and social background. . This
illustrates the origin of the approach itself or we can say
it. Structuralism is an approach that combines two main
elements in literature; they are intrinsic elements and
extrinsic elements. The intrinsic element consists of
characterization, plot, background, and theme, while the
others consist of sociological aspects.
METHODOLOGICAL METHOD OF METHOD OF RESEARCH
DESIGN COLLECTION DATA ANAlyZING DATA PRODUCT
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METHODOLOGICAL DESIGN
1. Qualitative Research
The method on research this object is using qualitative methods.
CHAPTER II According to Endraswara(2013:96) said that important feature in
qualitative research in the study of literature is the research conducted
descriptively (describe in the form of words), more emphasis on
procces rather than result because literature is phenomenon that
many invites interpretation, analysis inductively and meaning became
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2. Whitney (1960:160) explains that descriptive methods is finding with the
right interpretation. In this method, the study can only compare
certain phenomena it is a comparative study. Descriptive Research is
characterized assimply the attempt to determine describe or identify
what is, while analytical research is aimed at casting light in current
issues or problem through a process of data collection that enable
them to describe the situation more completely than was possible
without employing this methods. Descriptive studies are used to
describe various aspect of the phenomenon.
METHODOLOGICAL METHOD OF METHOD OF ANAlyZING Research
DESIGN COLLECTION DATA dDATA Product
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Methods of Collecting Data


CHAPTER II The writer will use library research
by reading texbooks, thesis and any
other published materials which
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are considered relevant to this
research to support the theories
analysis.
METHODOLOGICAL METHOD OF METHOD OF ANAlyZING Research
DESIGN COLLECTION DATA DATA Product
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Methods of Analyzing Data


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After completing in coletting data,
next step is analyzing data. In the step
the writer focuses to answer the
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chapter by reading the data that has
been collected. The data uses
structuralism Approach and
descriptive method with A screetcar
named desire
METHODOLOGICAL METHOD OF METHOD OF ANAlyZING Research
DESIGN COLLECTION DATA DATA\ Product
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• Reading and observing the play a screetcar


CHAPTER II named desire
• Identifying the issues that have to disccus in
the research
• Determining the main problem of this
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• Making a note of a number problem, which
are related the research topic
• . Writing the result of data analysis.
• . Concluding the results of data analysis.
• . The whole analysis data is formed into the
thesis.