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Women and Households in Indonesia: Cultural Notions and Social Practices (Nias Studies in Asian Topics, 27) e-book

Author:

Juliette Koning,Marleen Nolten,Janet Rodenburg,Ratna Saptari

Language:

English

Category:

Politics

Subcategory:

Social Sciences

ePub size:

1902 kb

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Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

Routledge; 1 edition (March 27, 2000)

Pages:

372

ISBN:

0700711562

Women and Households in Indonesia: Cultural Notions and Social Practices (Nias Studies in Asian Topics, 27) e-book

by Juliette Koning,Marleen Nolten,Janet Rodenburg,Ratna Saptari


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By Juliette Koning, Marleen Nolten, Janet Rodenburg, Ratna Saptari. So far, classical household and kinship studies have not studied how women deal with two major forces which shape and define their world: local kinship traditions, and the universalising ideology of the Indonesian regime, which both provide prescriptions and prohibitions concerning family, marriage, and womanhood. How they challenge or accommodate such forces is the main issue in this book. Is a welcome addition to the literature. Journal of Social Studies in Southeast Asia.

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Critically examines the usefulness of the 'household; concept within the historically and culturally diverse context of Indonesia, exploring in detail the position of women within and beyond domestic arrangements. So far, classical household and kinship studies have not studied how women deal with two major forces which shape and define their world: local kinship traditions, and the universalising ideology of the Indonesian regime, which both provide prescriptions and prohibitions concerning family, marriage, and womanhood. Women are caught between these conflicting notions and practices. How they challenge or accommodate such forces is the main issue in this book.


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