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PICTURE BOOK ON RAISING CHILDREN’S AWARENESS AGAINST SEXUAL ABUSE Christy, Evelyn; Handojo, Priska Febrinia
Kata Kita Vol 3, No 1 (2015)
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach - Petra Christian University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (934.47 KB) | DOI: 10.9744/katakita.3.1.35-43

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One of the common problems leading to the sexual abuse is that the child is not aware about it. This project aims to raise children?s awareness against sexual abuse through picture book. This picture book use realistic fiction as the genre of my picture book. The purpose is to make the children familiar with the story and can relate it to their life. This picture book uses the narrative theory as the framework of the story. The narrative story is consist of abstract, orientation, complication, resolution, and evaluation. This picture book tells about a child name Deni, who survives from sexual abuse by his neighbor named Mr. Dodi. The problems start when Mr. Dodi lures Deni to come with him using lollypop. In the climax, Deni shouts for help and runs from Mr. Dodi. Then, he finds his mother and asks her to go home immediately. At the end of the story, Deni?s mom gives Deni more explanation about his private body parts and how to keep it private
APPLE’S CONSTRUCTION OF ITS BRAND AS CULTURAL CAPITAL IN APPS WE CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT COMMERCIAL Sangari, Clifford L.D.; Handojo, Priska Febrinia
Kata Kita Vol 3, No 1 (2015)
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach - Petra Christian University

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Commercial is an advertising strategy to promote a product or service effectively through mass media. It is also attractive because it touches the audience?s emotion through its music, cinematography, and storytelling. However, commercial has hidden meaning and this meaning represents the brand as symbols which distinct itself and its users to other brands?. I analyze Apps We Can?t Live Without (2014) commercial as the text to show Apple encodes meaning and transmit it to the society. Using film language and Bourdieu?s cultural capital theory, the findings show that the symbols from the commercial bring into a conclusion that Apple as a brand is a symbolic capital, specifically cultural capital. The people who has the brand is considered to have higher position in its fields which are Apple and gadget communities.
Masculinity and Femininity in Question Herlambang, Pauline; Djundjung, Jenny M.
Kata Kita Vol 3, No 1 (2015)
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach - Petra Christian University

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The character traits in Shinchan seem to be contrary to the structure of masculine and feminine traits. I am interested in discussing the feminine character traits that are adopted by the male characters and the masculine character traits that are adopted by the female characters in a patriarchal society in Japan. Under the patriarchal system, there are rigid segregation of gender roles and the expected feminine and masculine traits. The main purpose of this paper is that even though some of the male characters adopt the feminine character traits and the female characters adopt the masculine character traits, the gender roles Japanese patriarchal system remains unchanged
CONVERTED VILLAIN: A STUDY ON GRU’S CHANGING CHARACTER TRAITS IN DESPICABLE ME Tabentane, Regina; Suprajitno, Setefanus
Kata Kita Vol 3, No 1 (2015)
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach - Petra Christian University

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This article concerns with Gru?s character development in Despicable Me. In this movie, Gru, the father of three daughters is described as a villain. However, later on Gru becomes a good man. In this article, I am interested in analyzing the reasons or factors why Gru?s character traits change and how his changing character traits effect him and others. In my analysis I examine the process of Gru?s changing character traits by using the theories of characterization and conflict. Beside those theories I also use the theory of personality to get a better understanding of the effect of his character development. The findings show that his three daughters? love plays a role in changing his character. As a result, Gru becomes a good man and he is well accepted by others. Through Gru?s experiences, I conclude that it is very important that people should show their understanding to others and be mindful to others feeling. In this way, they can have a more meaningful life.
Relationship of Sherlock Holmes and John Watson in Mark Gatiss’s Sherlock Television Series Trianida, Yoane M.; Meilinda, Meilinda
Kata Kita Vol 3, No 1 (2015)
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach - Petra Christian University

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This thesis aims to reveal the interdependency between Sherlock Holmes and John Watson in Sherlock television series. Their interdependency can be in a form of social needs or emotional needs. To fulfill their needs, both of them need an attachment toward each other. Thus, their attachment develops into an interdependency relationship. In fulfilling their needs, both of them doing the exchange process between cost and reward form their relationship. Also, there are some reasons which made both of them develop a very close relationship. In conclusion, Sherlock and John have their own outcomes or rewards which can be achieved only in their relationship. Also, Sherlock and John, in order to fulfill their emotional or social needs they have to bear the consequence
DECK OF LIVES Pudjiono, Euodia Y; Darma, Budi
Kata Kita Vol 3, No 1 (2015)
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach - Petra Christian University

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This study is accomplished to assist the readers of the novel project that is created to understand more about the elements in the novel Deck of Lives. The purpose of this novel is to educate people about the psychological aspects, what cause it and the results, and to support those who have similar psychological disorder. Using the theory of Death Instinct by Freud and Borderline Psychological Disorder, this novel will show the story and the attitudes of the main character. As a conclusion, one cause of the psychological aspects is the neglect and abuse, whether it is emotional, verbal, or physical done by the parents. This will help the readers to understand more of what to do to children to avoid such psychological aspects

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