Trauma Discourse in Christopher Robin Movie

Authors

  • Fadilatul Nadia Universitas Halu Oleo
  • Ansor Putra Universitas Halu Oleo
  • Neil Amstrong Universitas Halu Oleo

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33772/elite.v9i1.2430

Keywords:

Christopher Robin, Reasonable Fear and Worry, Cultural Specific in Suffering, Trauma Discourse

Abstract

This research is based on the trauma of someone in a movie, seen in the movie used trauma discourse theory. The objective of this research is to find out how the trauma discourse appeared in Christoper Robin's movie based on Zaumseil and Indradjaja's theory. This research used a descriptive qualitative method. The source of data in this research was taken from the Disney+ watch page. The researcher found that two elements of trauma discourse seen in two characters are Christoper Robin and Winnie the Pooh in the two aspects such as reasonable fear and worry and culturally specific suffering in terms of the inner and outer realm of trauma discourse. From the several aspects above, the creation of past trauma has an impact on finding out the characteristics of people who experience discourse trauma in their speech both for them and for those around them. This research concludes that someone who has experienced trauma is very influential when he speaks or conveys a message. This can be seen from the language used and the actions taken by the characters in the film Christopher Robin.

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Published

2024-06-27

How to Cite

Nadia, Fadilatul, Ansor Putra, and Neil Amstrong. 2024. “Trauma Discourse in Christopher Robin Movie”. ELITE: Journal of English Language and Literature 9 (1):22-32. https://doi.org/10.33772/elite.v9i1.2430.

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Vol. 9 No. 1 June 2024

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