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Seminar on lit presentation
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  • 1. SELF IMPRESSION IN POEMS WRITTEN BY
    ROBERT FROST: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL
    PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
    RESEARCH PROPOSAL
    Submitted as a Partial Fulfilment of Requirement
    for Getting the Bachelor Degree
    in English Department
    by:
    NURDIN KRIDHA LAKSANA
    A 320 070 188
    SCHOOL OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION
    MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF SURAKARTA
    2010
  • 2. Background of the Study
    Self impression (also called self-concept or self-construction or self-perspective) is a multi-dimensional construct that refers to an individual's perception of "self" in relation to any number of characteristics, such as academics (and nonacademics), gender roles and sexuality, racial identity, and many others.
    According to Wellek and Warren (1956: 94), “literature represents ‘life’ and ‘life’ is, in large measure, a social reality, even though the natural world and inner subjective world of individual have also been objects of literary imitation.
    Robert Frost (1874 – 1963) was born in San Francisco March 26, 1874, the first child of Issabelle Moodie and William Prescott Frost Jr.
    Poetry is a form of literary art in which language is used for its aesthetic and evocative qualities in addition to, or in lieu of, its apparent meaning
  • 3. Literature Review
    In psychological analyzed of the robert poems,the researcher result of the other research about analysis of robert frost poems
    Firstly the researcher know in Muhammadiyah University of Surakarta there is researcher analyzing about robert frost work. She is Eko Cahyaning Utami (2003) with the title Banal Realities in Robert Frost poems : An Existensial Perspective.
    Secondly the researcher find in Sebelas Maret University of Surakarta. That research also presenting about robert frost poems . Has been conducted by Yuli Windriati (1999) with the title A Study on Robert frost’s work as anti-Romantics Poems (A Literary History Study)
  • 4. Problem Statement
    How the self-impression develop by Robert in his poems?
  • 5. Limitation of the Study
    The problem is limited to the characteristics of fully functioning person in phenomenological psychology that deals with robert frost poems.
  • 6. Objective of the Study
    To Analyze the structural elements of Robert Frost poems.
    To Analyze the poems based on the phenomenological psychological perspective.
  • 7. Benefit of the Study
    Theoretical Benefit
    This study is expected to contribute to the larger body of knowledge
    Practical Benefit
    To improve the researcher understanding about literature,especially in analyzing Robert Frost poems related to psychology.
  • 8. Theoretical Approach
    Simile
    Metaphor
    Personification
    Hyperbole
    Symbol
    Paradox
    Imagery
  • 9. Research Method
    Object of the Study
    Data Sources
    • Technique of Data Collection
    • 10. Technique of Data Analysis
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
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    Halonen, Jane S and Santrock John W. 1999. Psychology Contexts and Application. Third Edition: McGraw-Hill.
     
    Hjelle, Larry A; Ziegler Daniel. 1992. Personality Theories. Basic Assumptions Research and Application, Third Edition: McGraw Hill. Inc.
     
    Frederik, Juliana Tijaroh. 1988. English Poetry An Introduction to Indonesian Students. Jakarta: DepartemenPendidikandanKebudayaan.
     
    Kennedy, X.J. 1983. Literature: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama. Boston: Little, Brown & Company.
     
    Klarer, Mario. 1999. An Introduction to Literary Studies. London and New York: Routledge.
     
    Perrine, Laurence. 1977. Sound and Sense. An Introduction to Poetry, fifth edition. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, INC.
     
    Sarason, Irwin G. 1966. Personality: An objective Approach. New York: John Wiley & Sons, INC.
     
    Schultz, Duane. 1995. PsikologiPertumbuhan. Yogyakarta. PenerbitKanisius.
     
    Siswantoro. 2002. ApresiasiPuisi-puisiSastraInggris. Surakarta: Muhammadiyah University Press.
     
    Wellek, R. and Warren, A. 1956. Theories of Literature. New York: Harcourt, Brace, and World, Inc.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
  • 11. VIRTUAL REFERENCES
    _________________. Robert Frost Biographical Information. http://www.ketzle.com/frost/frostbio.htm. February 07, 2005.
    _________________. The Poetry of Robert Frost. http://www.robertfrost.org/bib1.html. February 07, 2005.
     

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