Marxism Theory in Indonesian Literatures

Saddhono, Kundharu and Rohmadi, Muhammad and Hadi, Panji Kuncoro and Madyananda, Ulinnuha and Ulya, Chafit and Sudaryanto, Memet and Suhita, Raheni and Anindyarini, Atikah and Setyawan, Arif and Rahmawati, Laili Etika (2019) Marxism Theory in Indonesian Literatures. In: WOL2SED 2018, December 21-22, 2018, Solo, Indonesia.

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[RETRACTED: This article was retracted at the request of the authors due to sensitive content in the reported case.]This study aimed to prove and explain the existence of Marxism theory in Indonesian literature, namely in one poem of anthology under the title Nyanyian Akar Rumput written by Wiji Thukul. Hermeneutic readings by Paul Ricoeur was done to prove the hypothesis. This study was a literary research that could be included as descriptive qualitative research using content analysis method. Content analysis method as mentioned above used four (4) readings or methodological steps which were: first, objectivation through structure; second, distortions through writing; third, distortion through the world of texts; and fourth, appropriation or self-understanding. Those four methodologies could be rendered succinctly that the first step was to determine the text using structural analysis, then the second step was to interpret symbolic codes within biography of the author or factors related to the author and last step was to relate to things outside that involve the other disciplines which is primarily relating to the doctrine or view of Marxism philosophy. After hermeneutic reading, it could be concluded that Nyanyian Akar Rumput, poetry written by Wiji Thukul which was collected in a book with the same title, wa proved to contain Marxism theory

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: hermeneutic paul ricoeur nyanyian akar rumput wiji thukul marxism
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: EAI Editor IV
Date Deposited: 22 Nov 2021 12:38
Last Modified: 22 Nov 2021 12:38

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