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Title: An Analysis Of One Jakmania And One Viking's Perceptions And Experiences In Relation To The Movie “Romeo And Juliet Indonesia” With Jakmania-Viking Conflict As A Background: A Case Study
Authors: Anhar Eko P., Muhammad
Keywords: Jakmania;Viking;conflict;Perception
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris FBS-UKSW
Abstract: This study aimed to analyze how the Movie “Romeo and Juliet Indonesia” influences the subjects who were one Jakmania and one Viking, by using reception theory. The conflict between Jakmania and Viking started many years ago. In addition, this study uses a film entitled Romeo and Juliette Indonesia that presents a complicated love story between a couple who come from the two conflicting football supporters, Jakmania and Viking as the background. The initial aim of this movie was to unite the two parties from their never ending conflicts. However, to find out whether the movie met its original purpose, the interviews were conducted with one Jakmania and one Viking, to know their perception toward the movie as well as their rival‟s football team‟s supporters before and after watching the film. This study found that both of the subjects thought that the movie failed to promote peace among the two conflicted parties since there were too many violence and insulting scenes that reminded them of the bad memories they had experienced related to the conflicts they faced in person. In contrast, they claimed that watching the movie had increased their hatred toward the rival‟s football supporters. In conclusion, according to the subjects, the initial purpose of making this movie was not met.
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/3464
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