publication . Article . 2016

THE AMERICA’S CHRONICALLY GAP SKIN-COLORS, THE BOURGEOUIS, AND THE BEE’S TENSION AS DISCOVERED IN AKEELAH: THE LOGO-THERAPHY APPROACH

Andra Fakhrian;
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  • Published: 01 Aug 2016 Journal: EduLite: Journal of English Education, Literature and Culture, volume 1, page 215 (issn: 2477-5304, eissn: 2528-4479, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Universitas Islam Sultan Agung
Abstract
Akeelah, a black American teenager, who faces many obstacles to achieve her purpose, to win the bee. Jibes, less attention from her mother, family, and even the roughness words are often heard by her until she becomes uncivilized. In the other side, Dylan-bourgeois with the bee’s tension are supported her pessimism to become unsure of her own ability. Moreover, a chronicle Gap Skin-Colors in America made people after she won the regional spelling bee. Thereof, Akeelah becomes more respectful and found the true meaning of life, all is full of love in all of sudden. Akeelah becomes more open minded after her brutal and indecent. Hence, in this research the author ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Education (General), L7-991, English language, PE1-3729, Skin Colors, Pessimism, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Social psychology, Aesthetics, Meaning of life, Psychology, Logo, Spelling, Status quo
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