Perempuan dan Wacana Poligini dalam Film “Berbagi Suami”

Stara Asrita

Abstract


This article explain how women role in polygny discourse and men with their power relation in family. “Poligini” is a form of polygamy in which a man has more than one wife. The discourse is being a big issue in media or in the real life. Power relations are forces that make women in a marginalized position, inferior, and weak. Those conditions are chosen to be an inspiration for an Indonesian movie “Berbagi Suami”. This movie was a representation of superiority of men who had more than a wife. Money and economy factor are their power relation to control their wife. The method is discourse analysis. Through discourse analysis, the writer can find messages, concepts, informations from the movie.

 

Keywords: Women, Polygny, Movie, Discourse


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