AN ANALYSIS OF GENDER STEREOTYPE IN SHORT STORY OF JAKARTA POST

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AN ANALYSIS OF GENDER STEREOTYPE IN SHORT STORY OF JAKARTA POST

Description

This study aims to analyze gender stereotypes in 24 short story of Jakarta post 2018-2019 edition. Research design of this research is a qualitative descriptive method. Instrument of this research is a gender stereotype table based on the theory of Simone Cusack (2013): sex stereotype, sexual stereotype, and sex-role stereotype. The result of this research found gender stereotypes inromanceare: men are aggresive,men are competitive,men have strong libidos,man is promiscuous,older man lack sexual prowess, men are head of household, men are breadwinners and men are decision while women are weak, women are passive,woman is empathetic,women aresexuality passive,women are homemakers and woman is caregivers. In slice of life short story are: man is aggresive, men are competitive, man have strong libidos, men are head of household, men are decision makers, men are breadwinners while women are empathetic,woman is weak, women are passive. In fantasy short story are: men are competitive,men is aggresive, man is head of household,men are decision makers and man is breadwinners. Inhorror short story are: man is head of household, man is decision makers and man is decision makers. Suggestion this research isthe result of this reseach can be used as a comparison and reference for research on gender.

Creator

LENI KRISMONICA
1621110047
Advisor : Drs. EpiWadison, M.Pd

Source

ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION

Publisher

UPT PERPUSTAKAAN

Date

06/04/2021

Contributor

MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF BENGKULU

Rights

MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF BENGKULU

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LENI KRISMONICA 1621110047 and Advisor : Drs. EpiWadison, M.Pd, “AN ANALYSIS OF GENDER STEREOTYPE IN SHORT STORY OF JAKARTA POST ,” Repository Universitas Muhammadiyah Bengkulu, accessed June 17, 2024, http://repo.umb.ac.id/items/show/1917.