- Author:Kathryn Robinson
- Publisher:Routledge; 1 edition (December 9, 2008)
- Pages:240 pages
- Subcategory:Earth Sciences
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The relationship between Islam and women in Indonesia is also addressed, with particular focus .
Overall, this book provides a thorough investigation of the relationship between gender, religion and democracy in Indonesia, and is a vital resource for students of gender studies and Indonesian affairs.
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to chart the changes in gender relations in Indonesia through the twentieth. century and the new challenges women are facing at the beginning of the twenty-. She embodies geopolitical discourse through the veil she wears and her Muslim femininity is defined through suffering and abuse. This chapter, however, makes a case for agency in domestic struggles, terrorism, and religious conversion displayed by the female characters discussed even though their images are produced by Muslim men in the service of debates about women and Islam.
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Published September 13, 2008 by Routledge. Women, Government policy, Political activity, Women in Islam.
Introduction - Gender, Islam, Democracy in Indonesia 1. Gender diversity in Indonesia 2. People’s Sovereignty .
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This book explores the relationship between gender, religion and political action in Indonesia, examining the patterns of gender orders that have prevailed in recent history, and demonstrating the different forms of social power this has afforded to women. It sets out the part played by women in the nationalist movement, and the role of the women’s movement in the structuring of the independent Indonesian state, the politics of the immediate post-independence period and the transition to the authoritarian New Order. It analyses in detail the gender relations of the New Order regime, focused around the unitary family form supposed by the family system expounded in the New Order ideology and the contradictory implications of the opening up of the economy to foreign capital and ideas, for gender relations. It examines the forms of political activism that were possible for the women’s movement under the New Order, and the role it played in the fall of Suharto and the transition to democracy. The relationship between Islam and women in Indonesia is also addressed, with particular focus on the way in which Islam became a critical focus for political dissent in the late New Order period. Overall, this book provides a thorough investigation of the relationship between gender, religion and democracy in Indonesia, and is a vital resource for students of gender studies and Indonesian affairs.