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Keywords: self-confidence, inner self-confidence and confidence is born.
Issue Date: 12-Jan-2022
Publisher: Fakultas Sastra, Universitas Islam Sumatera Utara
Series/Report no.: UISU210398;
Abstract: This study was conducted to analyze self-confidence in Anthony McCarten’s movie script, Bohemian Rhapsody. The self-confidence was analysed by using the theory proposed by Lindenfield (1994) who states that self-confidence consists of confidence born and inner self confidence. Self-confidence is born allows someone to show confidence in what he will do. This confidence can make someone believe in himself to achieve what he wants. In confidence is born, he claims that a person must develop skills such as communication, assertiveness and feeling control. Inner confidence is self-confidence that gives to the individual's feelings and suppositions that the individual is in good condition. There are three main characteristics that are distinctive to people who have a healthy inner self-confidence. The three characteristics are self-love, self-understanding, and positive thinking. This study used descriptive qualitative method because the process of the result and discussion are accomplished descriptively. The descriptive qualitative method was applied to explain the self-confidence to get success from the quotations in the movie script. The result of this study shows that confidence is born and inner self-confidence vividly plays important role to make the protagonist’s success come true. Someone who believes in himself will bring something good to him so that he is able to do something without the help of others.
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