The Representation of Social Class Conflicts in Ally Condie’s Matched

@inproceedings{Wardani2020TheRO,
  title={The Representation of Social Class Conflicts in Ally Condie’s Matched},
  author={Dyah Purwita Wardani and Vony Rizka Ayu Lestari},
  year={2020}
}
Matched belongs to the dystopian novel, which is popular in the last twenty years. This genre usually satirizes the established state, which controls every part of people’s lives.  Matched talks about how the government control people’s lives led to the social class conflict.  The social class conflict is essential to be discussed because it shows the unequal structure in the established society. The objective of this research is to examine Ally Condie’s Matched by using Stuart Hall’s theory of… Expand

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