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ANALISIS ISI JENIS DONGENGPADA RUBRIK DONGENG DI MAJALAH MENTARI(Studi pada 40 judul dongeng di Majalah Mentariantara tahun 2003 – 2004 )

NURYULIANI, CATUR (2009) ANALISIS ISI JENIS DONGENGPADA RUBRIK DONGENG DI MAJALAH MENTARI(Studi pada 40 judul dongeng di Majalah Mentariantara tahun 2003 – 2004 ). Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.


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In the globalization era like today, where radio, television, and print media are mushrooming everywhere, the tradition or habit bedtime story increasingly rare. The role of the mother to story telling for children, or her sister who told stories to his younger brother, has rarely done, and has been shifted by the electronic media or print media. Little by little story tellers As with their role has been taken over by the story books, magazines, radio, or television. Tales no longer in the oral world, but in the world of writing, or impressions Mentari as a children's magazine became the object of study because in addition to the magazine as one of the children of the most prominent, as well as this magazine contains a lot of fairy tales. By reading fairy tales, the child will be free to imagine, fantasize about the contents of the fairy tales she read. Tale will affect the child to do good, if the story contains things that are positive, and vice versa. This is where the important role of parents, in choosing the right fairy tale for the sons and daughters, including the kinds of stories what was suitable for consumption by children. Consideration of the above, the content analysis of the kinds of stories in the magazine Mentari is an interesting study to study. With so are expected to know the kinds of stories appropriate to better understand the messages contained in the contents of a fairy tale as a whole, whether it be information and educational entertainment for children. The problem in this research is "What kind of fairy tale that is the tale of 40 magazine titles published Mentari between 2003 to 2004?" This type of research used is descriptive research, which is to illustrate how content analysis of 40 kinds of fairy tales in a magazine title Mentari children published between the years 2003 to 2004. Population in this study is a collection of fairy tales published in 20 editions of the magazine Mentari is drawn at random between the years 2003 to 2004. The analysis in this study by incorporating data into the coding sheet is adjusted each category, included in the table according to the frequency and the total dipersentasekan. This study tested the reliability and validity by using the formula Holsty The author concludes that the category of common fairy tales have appeared at most frequencies, because the themes and characterizations of the usual fairy tale very familiar with everyday life, so the story is easily digested by children. The author suggested to the media, to be more selective in choosing which stories will be served to the children. To the author, to be more creative in the ideas put into writing the story a fairy tale. It is important to the story writing encouraged the people of Indonesia to the tale. To the parents, to be more prudent and selective in choosing appropriate reading for their children. Parents can also use fairy tales as a child care facility, for example, accompanied by children when they read a fairy tale, or fairy tales read to them and explain the core of the story and what messages are contained in the story.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Political Science > Department of Communication Science (70201)
Depositing User: Anggit Aldila
Date Deposited: 21 Jun 2012 04:52
Last Modified: 21 Jun 2012 04:52

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