Andhika Abdi Negara, Dimas (2007) BUDAYA HEDONIS DALAM FILM GARASI (Analisis Semiotik Pada Film GARASI Karya Agung Sentausa). Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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Adolescent world as one of the themes that often lifted to the mass media, because adolescent world is a world full of lifestyle trends. Some films industries that orients itself to the teenage audience, many featuring the culture of hedonism. Preview cultural hedonism inherent in the film with segments young people are basically backed by the lifestyle of the teenagers who are very close with youth lifestyle itself, where they always look well behave to their self identity, and orientation on the principle of pleasure in life world freedoms contained in the teen world. The formulation of the problem is How hedonic cultural meaning is represented in the film work of the Supreme Sentausa GARAGE. The aim of this research is to understand the cultural meaning of hedonic contained in the film work of the Supreme Sentausa GARAGE. Hedonism was born in the industrial society which much of the lifestyle and behavior consumptive. In hedonist culture, many backed by an industry development many produce benda-benda consumptive who can portray a person by person other. While the film is formed by the narrative techniques, which are also grouped by kemungkinan-kemungkinan techniques that can enhance the value of reality on film. Movies is a complex language that complies with the rules particular, which is determined by a diversity of signs which bermacam-macam (Montage, position, music, sound, character figures, etc). Semiotic analysis is structured so that the analysis will allows terbacanya values or belief system that is used as a reference for construct meaning. Semiotics itself is more likely that efforts demolition practices and ideologies in the text of his own films provide a space for exploring more deeply. Methodology of research conducted by researchers using the approach of the analysis method based on Pierce's semiotic semiotic concept that takes into account elements that mark, the index, icons, symbols and semiotics, Barthes, where a sign denotation and connotation are interpreted without put aside the myth that there is, to get a picture or a common understanding relatively comprehensive and covers the problems under study. The study was qualitative interpretive research. With the focus of research is, the meaning of cultural hedonists which is considered representative. The scope of this research is presented film GARAGE in the form of audio-visual, with a total duration of 120 minutes. Primary data in this study GARAGE that is documented in the form of films in VCD (Video Compact Disc), then VCD is played using a VCD player and observed according to the analysis used, then shot and a scene representing the culture of hedonism would be cut by using Xing MPEG Player. While the secondary data obtained from books, web (Internet), articles, and other written materials to support the completeness of research data. Hedonist culture in Garage movie itself contained in the form of self appreciate in music, either playing music or enjoying a dish of the music itself, then activities visit record stores and cafes as well as how to look and interaction between adolescents. Activities are considered to represent the culture of hedonism as the only activity for inner satisfaction only and is generally used as an "escape" from problems at hand. From the above analysis the researchers concluded hedonist culture has become a needs and activities or action also contains elements of prestige, because the more often teens do those things, then the teen has been considered "slang" or has represented the identity of himself. With so teens will be more bergaulnya easily accepted by the surroundings.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||N Fine Arts > NX Arts in general|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Social and Political Science > Department of Communication Sience|
|Depositing User:||Zainul Afandi|
|Date Deposited:||04 May 2012 06:23|
|Last Modified:||04 May 2012 06:23|
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