The Influence of Psychological Conflict Toward Elsa's Character Development in Frozen Film

Nor Rahmah • Singgih Daru Kuncara • Nita Maya Valiantien
Journal article Ilmu Budaya • April 2017

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Abstract

In this research, the researcher focused to find the psychological conflict and its influence toward the main character's character development in Frozen film. The researcher used two theories to answer the two research problems. For the first question, the researcher used the theory of psychological conflict by Kurt Lewin to find the kinds of psychological conflict expressed by the main character in Frozen film. To answer the second question, the researcher used the theory of personality development by Elizabeth B. Hurlock to explain the influence of psychological conflict toward the character development of the main character. In this research, the method that the researcher used was qualitative research method. The result of the analysis showed that Elsa expressed two kinds of psychological conflict which were approach-avoidance conflict and avoidance-avoidance conflict. And those two kinds of psychological conflict influence Elsa's character development in five determinants they are intellectual, emotional, social, aspiration & achievement, and family.

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