THE WESTERN STEREOTYPES TO THE EASTERN IN MUSLIM COUNTRIES AS DEPICTED IN ZERO DARK THIRTY (2012)

ELIYAWATI, NIM. 15150028 (2019) THE WESTERN STEREOTYPES TO THE EASTERN IN MUSLIM COUNTRIES AS DEPICTED IN ZERO DARK THIRTY (2012). Skripsi thesis, UIN Sunan Kalijaga.

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Abstract

Zero Dark Thirty (2012) is a film that recounts a long-term journey of the West, particularly America, pursuing Osama bin Laden in the Eastern countries, most of which are populated by Muslim and are assumed to have relation with al-Qaeda. This film portrays the Eastern, specifically Pakistan and Afghanistan, as the countries associated with terrorism. Moreover, Pakistan is also portrayed as an underdeveloped country either in intelligence, in economy, or in technology. This portrayal is clearly different from Kuwait, a country in West Asia, which is portrayed as a more developed country intelligently, economically and technologically. Even so, Kuwait is still under-controlled by America through its money. The West portrays the East in such a way to show that Western identities are superior and civilized. The researcher is interested in analyzing further about this film because it relates to the issue of Orientalism where the West are portrayed to be more powerful, civilized, and advanced. This study uses a qualitative research and applies the theory of orientalism by Edward Said to analyze how the Western culture forms the Eastern identity through the portrayal and stereotypes of the East. This research also uses film theory by Amy Villarejo to strengthen the portrayal of the West and the East. The result of this research shows that the West form their own stereotypes as a superior and civilized nation. Through these negative stereotypes of the East, which are often related to terrorism, the Eastern are also seen as the countries that are underdeveloped either in intelligence, in economy, or in technology. Keyword: West, East, terrorism, orientalism, superior, civilized vi THE WESTERN STEREOTYPES TO THE EASTERN IN MUSLIM COUNTRIES AS DEPICTED IN ZERO DARK THIRTY (2012) By: Eliyawati ABSTRAK Zero Dark Thirty (2012) adalah film yang menceritakan perjalanan panjang Barat khususnya Amerika, untuk menemukan Osama bin laden pemimpin al-Qaeda di negara-negara Timur, yang memiliki mayoritas penduduk muslim yang diasumsikan berkaitan dengan al-Qaeda. Film ini menggambarkan Timur, khususnya Pakistan dan Afganistan sebagai negara yang erat kaitanya dengan terorisme. Selain itu, Pakistan juga digambarkan sebagai negara terbelakang secara kecerdasan, ekonomi, dan teknologi. Penggambaran ini jelas berbeda dengan Kuwait, sebuah Negara di Asia Barat, digambarkan maju secara kecerdasan, ekonomi dan teknologi namun dapat dikontrol Amerika melalui uang yang dimilikinya. Barat menggambarkan timur sedemikian rupa untuk menunjukkan identitas Barat yang berkuasa dan beradab. Peneliti tertarik untuk menganalisis lebih lanjut film ini karena terkait isu Orientalism yang menunjukkan bahwa Barat lebih berkuasa, beradab, dan maju. Penelitian ini adalah penelitian qualitatif yang menggunakan teori orientalisme yang diusung oleh Edward Said untuk melihat cara Barat membentuk identitas berdasarkan penggambaran dan stereotype timur. Penelitian ini juga menggunakan teori film oleh Amy Villarjo untuk memperkuat penggambaran Barat dan Timur secara visual. Hasil penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa Barat membentuk streotip sebagai negara yang unggul dan beradab. Dengan menciptakan stereotip negatif terhadap Timur yang sering dikaitan dengan terorisme dan dinilai sebagai negara yang terbelakang baik secara pemikiran, ekonomi, maupun teknologi. Keywords: Timur, Barat, terorisme, orientalisme, superior dan beradab

Item Type: Thesis (Skripsi)
Additional Information / Pembimbing: Ulyati Retno Sari, S.S., M.Hum
Uncontrolled Keywords: West, East, terrorism, orientalism, superior, civilized Timur, Barat, terorisme, orientalisme, superior dan beradab
Subjects: Bahasa Inggris
Budaya dan Agama
Sastra Inggris
Divisions: Fakultas Adab dan Ilmu Budaya > Sastra Inggris (S1)
Depositing User / Editor: Sugeng Hariyanto, SIP (sugeng.hariyanto@uin-suka.ac.id)
Date Deposited: 08 Jul 2020 11:23
Last Modified: 08 Jul 2020 11:23
URI: http://digilib.uin-suka.ac.id/id/eprint/38050

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