IDEOLOGI FILM KARTUN ANIMASI ANAK (REFLEKSI FILOSOFIS ATAS PEDAGOGI TERSEMBUNYI DALAM DUNIA DISNEY)

https://doi.org/10.22146/jf.3523

Siti Murtiningsih(1*), Hastanti Widy Nugroho(2)

(1) 
(2) Fakultas Filsafat UGM
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Abstract
Ideologically, Disney animation cartoon films do not just represent pedagogical values in the traditional family culture, but also have conflicts between pedagogical values in general
traditional family and Disney’s natural characteristic as a big
corporation that lives in the capital industry.
We can see these conflicts clearly in a few Disney’s box office films. “The Lion King” film shows a deep relation in nonsocial
democracy, authority naturalization, hierarchy, unbalanced
structure, and full of patriarchy ideology values. “Little Mermaid” film has a strictly unbalanced gender. We can see that from Ariel, one of the characters in this film. Although, she is a pretty and active woman, but she is still on the position where she must obey the romanticism which is dominated by men. “Cinderella” film shows a violence ideology in household, unbalanced gender, and dependency.
Disney child animation cartoon film is able to reconstruct a
“different world” for children around the world which is not only
full of pedagogical values but also full of ideological values such as violence, unclearly values of life, and representation of an artificial world.
Keywords: Ideology, Pedagogy, Child, Animation, Cartoon, Film,
Disney

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22146/jf.3523

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