IDEOLOGY OF POWER BY THE NETHERLANDS TOWARDS INDIGENOUS TO THE NOVEL MAX HAVELAAR BY MULTATULI

Authors

  • Indri Lestari

Abstract

Implementation of the policy carried out by the Dutch to the indigenous
show that domination conducted by the Netherlands could instill the
ideology that run at the time of colonialism. This study seeks to examine
the ideology of the Dutch, especially associated with political and
economic policies, and their effect on indigenous people that oppressed,
appear in the novel Max Havelaar by Multatuli as a research object.
Researcher uses the theory of hegemony by Antonio Gramsci to analyze
how the party that has domination possesses an internal control to the
subordinates. Through deeper analysis, it is found that there are varieties of
political and economic policies that automatically give bad effect for the
oppressed indigenous, both physically and psychologically.
Key words: hegemony, domination, indigenous

Published

2018-02-21

How to Cite

Lestari, I. (2018). IDEOLOGY OF POWER BY THE NETHERLANDS TOWARDS INDIGENOUS TO THE NOVEL MAX HAVELAAR BY MULTATULI. Prologue: Journal on Language and Literature, 3(1), 80–93. Retrieved from https://prologue.sastra.uniba-bpn.ac.id/index.php/jurnal_prologue/article/view/16