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Judul : “JIM CROW LAWS” PORTRAYED IN JOHN HOWARD GRIFFIN‟S BLACK LIKE ME THESIS Submitted as Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements to Obtain the Degree of Bachelor of Arts
Subjek :
Pembimbing : Rizki Februansah Tribuana Sari Aidatul Chusna
Tahun : 2011
Call Number : F009/2011
Perpustakaan : Fakultas Ilmu Budaya
Letak : 1 eksemplar di Referensi
Abstrak :
Rejeki, Gea Jati. 2016. “Jim Crow Laws” Portrayed in John Howard Griffin‟s
Black like Me. English Department, Faculty of Humanities, Jenderal
Soedirman University. First advisor: Rizky Februansyah, S.S., MA.
Second advisor: Tribuana Sari, M. Si. Examiner: Aidatul Chusna, M.A.
Keywords: Sociology of literature, History of Black American, Racism, Jim
Crow Laws.
This research entitled “Jim Crow Laws” Portrayed in John Howard
Griffin’s Black like Me is aimed to disclose how racial segregation system, Jim
Crow Laws reflected in the novel. Thus, the researcher uses sociology of literature
as an approach, racism as the theory and information related to Jim Crow Laws, to
analyze the issue of the novel. Furthermore, the analysis is explained by using a
descriptive qualitative method.
There are several steps in analyzing the novel. The first step is reading
Black like Me novel to understand the content of it and in order to collect the data.
The second step is identifying the data that reflect Jim Crow Laws. The last step is
checking the collected data to see the credibility and validity of the collected data.
Based on the analysis, the research findings show that there are several
cities in South America that represented the existence of racial segregation
system, Jim Crow Laws in 1950s. There are New Orleans, Mississippi, Alabama,
Atlanta and Texas. All of those cities controlled by Jim Crow Laws in several
parts of public transportation such as buses and streetcar, public facilities such as
restaurants, waiting room, restroom, movie house, beaches, toilets and benches,
housing, intermarriage of races and education. Furthermore, Jim Crow Laws also
has ruled black people by etiquette norms such as speaking attitudes and
conversation manne