[Ebook] Majalah Langka: [1970 – 10 Oktober] – Myths And Self-Image Among The Kapunduk People Of Sumba
The stories I define as myths are those which a social group, such as a clan, lineage or regional unit, considers important and identifies as its own. In collecting and analyzing such stories from the district of Kapunduk on the island of Sumba in Indonesia, I found them to be accounts which by the ordering and weighting of symbols make significant statement about the groups embracong the myths. Specifically, the Kapunduk myths reflect the current conception of role, status or character of the group, that is, the present self-image of that group. Because of this relationship between the myth and the identity of the story-telling group, the myth cannot be separated from the situation of the myth-holder, because otherwise it would be only a colletion of stories susceptible to literary and possibli broad psycoanalytic approaches.
Judul : Myths And Self-Image Among The Kapunduk People Of Sumba
Penulis : M. J. Adams
Ukuran : 11,3 MB
Tebal : 28 Halaman
Sumber : Perpustakaan Nasional RI
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