MORAL VALUES ANALYSIS IN THE DRAMA SCRIPT OF HELEN KELLER

Cynthia Handayani, Clarry Sada, Eni Rosnija

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Abstract The purpose of conducted this research was to find out and analyzed moral values in the drama script of Helen Keller. The research method that the researcher used in this research was a qualitative descriptive method and the data collected through documentation technique. The researcher used descriptive analysis to analyzed the data based on the instrument of data analysis. This research used the drama script of Helen Keller written by William Gibson as the main subject. The researcher presented the moral values from the scene, act, and dialog. Based on the research findings, moral values that the researcher found in the drama script of Helen Keller classified into two types. The first is the issue of human relationship with themselves (personal life) that include patience, confidence, bravery, hardworking, and independence. The second is the human relationship with other human beings, including their relationship with the natural environment (social) that include love and affection, kind and friendly, cooperativeness, loyalty, thankfulness, respect, togetherness, and helping each other. In conclusion, drama script of Helen Keller can be one of the references to teach the moral values because moral values reflect all activities of people in society such as at home, at the office, especially at school. Keywords: Moral Values, Drama Script, Helen Keller

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