The Social conflict in the Novel “Pasar” by Kuntowijoyo based on Max Weber’s perspective

Basid, Abdul, Habibah, Siti Ummi, Sari, Dita Armitha and Burhanuddin, Enjang (2019) The Social conflict in the Novel “Pasar” by Kuntowijoyo based on Max Weber’s perspective. Presented at 1st International Conference on Culture, Education, Linguistics and Literature, 5-6 August 2019, Purwokerto.

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Abstract

This study aims to elaborate the forms of social conflict, the causes of appearing social conflict, and the impacts of appearing social conflict to the social relationship and individual in the novel “Pasar” by Kuntowijoyo based on Max Weber’s perspective. This research is descriptive qualitative research. The primary data source is a Novel 'Pasar' by Kuntowijoyo and the secondary data sources are books, articles, and journals related to Max Weber’s theory. The techniques of data collection are reading and noting. The techniques of data validation are increasing persistence, triangulation, and discussion with experts and friends. The technique of data analysis is Miles and
Huberman models that consists of data reduction, data display, and conclusion drawing. The results show that the forms of the social conflict are resistance by moving the merchandise to a new market and unpaid ticket. The causes of appearing social conflict are market chief’s birds that damaged seller’s marchandise in the market and unpaid taxes. The impacts of social conflict to the social relationship and individual are the relationship between the traders and market officials is not harmonious, bank market closed, and the market officers are not respected any more.

Item Type: Conference (Paper)
Keywords: Cause; form; impact; novel; social conflict
Subjects: 20 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE > 2005 Literary Studies > 200525 Literary Theory
Divisions: Faculty of Humanities > Department of Arabic Language and Letters
Depositing User: Abdul Basid
Date Deposited: 06 May 2020 16:35

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