Representasi Pendidikan Psikologi Multikulturalisme

Evidensi pada Film China Crazy Rich Asians

  • Anas Ahmadi UNIVERSITAS NEGERI SURABAYA
Keywords: film, education, psychology of multiculturalism

Abstract

This article aims to explore the multicultural psychology education contained in the Crazy Rich Asians film. The theory used in this research is the psychology of multiculturalism. The method used in this research is qualitative. Data collection techniques were carried out by means of literature study and observation. The data source used is the film Crazy Rich Asians (2018). The data analysis technique is carried out by identifying, classifying, reducing, and exposing. The results showed that multicultural psychology education was seen in the segments of patience education, spiritual education, non-arrogance education, and cultural understanding education. The conclusion of the study shows that the film Crazy Rich Asians represents multicultural psychology education through the segments: patience, spirituality, arrogance, and culture.    

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Published
2021-10-05