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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Motivational Statement On Children's Film For Moral Development

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Ferril Irham Muzaki



motivational statements, children, films, reinforcement, character education, moral education, critical analysis



This study aims (1) to describe motivational statements contained in children's films, (2) to make sense of motivational statements that contain motivational ideas; and (3) to make sense of the behavior of characters in children's films that contain reinforcement of character education. The content analysis is used in this study. Research data on this study are the form of phrases, clauses, and sentences containing motivational ideas. Data sources of this research are children's films that screened on the big screen and the internet. The results of this study show that motivational statements in children's films contain 8 (eight) values, those are (1) recognizing accomplishments of others, (2) having a brilliant thought, (3) having commitment, (4) being communicative, (5) being compromising ideas, (6) being concerned about life based on the situation, (7) having a hard working spirit, (8) having a sense of responsibility. Based on these results, it can conclude that the motivation statement contained in children's films is part of strengthening character education and has a role in character development.



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