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Authors: SARAH, MAI
Keywords: Stress, Chronic Stress, Behavioral Impact
Issue Date: 11-Jan-2022
Publisher: Fakultas Sastra, Universitas Islam Sumatera Utara
Series/Report no.: UISU210393;
Abstract: The study with title “Protagonist Stress in Alex Michaelidas’ Novel The Silent Patient” focuses on the stress experienced by the protagonist, Alicia Berenson. The main purpose of this study is to determine the type of stress and the impact of stress experienced by Alicia Berenson. This study is analyzed based on Konsep Manajemen Stress proposed by Priyoto (2014). In analyzing The Silent Patient (2019), the researcher uses qualitative research method to process and arranges the data. The data collected is divided into two categories i.e. primary data and secondary data. The primary data is The Silent Patient (2019) novel, and the researcher finds fifteen data to be included in the analysis in chapter IV. The secondary data are books and literatures related to the analysis such as books or journals of stress issues, literary theory, the author’s biography, internet and other relevant information to the analysis of this research paper. The data is collected through library research and searched based on the explanation from types of Stress and the impact of Stress in Konsep Manajemen Stress theory by Priyoto (2014). The result of the study shows the following conclusion. First, Alicia suffers from chronic stress which can be shown through impaired social relationships and nervousness. Second, the behavioral impact is shown through changes in the behavior system to be silent, aggressive behavior and self-injured.
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