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Folktale from England to Toraja

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dc.contributor.author Fathu Rahman, Dr.,M.Hum.
dc.date.accessioned 2017-10-16T05:39:25Z
dc.date.available 2017-10-16T05:39:25Z
dc.date.issued 2017-11-16
dc.identifier.citation - en_US
dc.identifier.issn 2454-1362
dc.identifier.uri http://repository.unhas.ac.id/handle/123456789/26007
dc.description After analyzing the data and comes up into conclusion that understanding folktales are important in establishing social and cultural unity while also uniting humanity under universally accepted norms of truth, peace, democracy, equality, and beauty. The folktales of Binnorie and Datukalindidi’ sola Pudu’balingkare had shown it. Two folktales from different countries, cultures, and languages have similarities in their actanctial structure and functional form. Both of the stories convey Sir William in Binnorie and the Young man in Datukalindidi’ sola Pudukbalingkare are standing in the same position in actanctial structure as subject. Moreover, these stories shows the readers that both of these culture show that there always jealousy in relationship. The person who does cheating will be given punishment by the society. en_US
dc.description.abstract Every country has its own folktale which is very significant in linking past generation to the present. This research aimed to answer several different opinions that have been developed about the similarities between well known folktale and local folktale. The researcher had picked up English folktale and Torajanese folktale to outline the form of actantial structure and functional model in these folktales. The researcher used Greimas structural narratology approach and descriptive method. This research is a descriptive qualitative research. In the analysis, the actant structure and functional model in these folktales had been analyzed through the actions of the characters in the story to figure out the similarity of English and Torajanese folktales. The research results showed that there are similarities between two folktales which are from different cultural and geographical background in particularly in plot, character, and event. Therefore, it proves that folktales from across the globe bring universal values, particularly the moral aspects. en_US
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dc.relation.ispartofseries Vol 3,, Issue 7, 2017;-
dc.subject tructure of events, English, Torajanese, moral aspects, actantial structure, functional model, folktales en_US
dc.title Folktale from England to Toraja en_US
dc.type Book en_US
dc.UNHAS.email fathu.rahman@unhas.ac.id en_US
dc.UNHAS.Fakultas Fakultas Ilmu Budaya en_US
dc.UNHAS.Prodi Sastra Inggris en_US
dc.UNHAS.idno 196012311987031025 en_US


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