THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF DORIS LESSING'S NOVEL "THE FIFTH CHILD"

Nurul Adina (2021), THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF DORIS LESSING'S NOVEL "THE FIFTH CHILD". Skripsi, Universitas Samudra.

ABSTRAK

This study aims to describe the characteristics of the main characters and the personality structure in the inner conflicts experienced by the main characters in Doris Leesing's novel "The Fifth Child". The theory used personality structure of Sigmund Freud's theory which consists of three aspects, namely Id, Ego, Superego. This study is qualitative research and applied ppsycholoanalysis as the research design. Data were collected and analyzed using content analysis. The study revealed used Freud's theory, namely Id, Ego, and Superego that Harriet and David were more dominant in using Id and Ego without involving the Superego. This makes their personality aspects to be unbalanced.  The inner conflicts experienced by Harriet and David are influenced by sociogenetic motives,  attitudes, and emotions that sociopsychological factors which are part of personal factors. This is due to the condition of their social environment and changes in their characteristics in dealing with Ben's abnormal condition, which has an impact on Harriet and David's soul. 

Kata kunci : The Fifth Child, Novel, Sigmund Freud, Conflicts, Personality.

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Tipe Items : Skripsi
Penulis/Penyusun : Nurul Adina
Fakultas : Fakultas Keguruan & Ilmu Pendidikan
Program.Studi : Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris (2021)
Tanggal disimpan : 17-12-2020 15:55
Terakhir diubah : 07-03-2021 21:30
Penerbit : Langsa, Universitas Samudra, 2021
URI : https://etd.unsam.ac.id/detail.php?id=807
Root : https://www.unsam.ac.id
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