Jurnal Perempuan

Jurnal Perempuan is a quarterly interdisciplinary publication in the English language and Bahasa Indonesia circulating original ideas in gender studies. JP invites critical reflection on the theory and practice of feminism in the social, political, and economic contexts of the Indonesian society. We are committed to exploring gender in its multiple forms and interrelationships.

The journal encourages practical, theoretically sound, and (when relevant) empirically rigorous manuscripts that address real-world implications of the gender gap in Indonesiancontexts. Topics related to feminism can include (but are not limited to): sexuality, LGBT questions, trafficking, ecology, public policy, sustainability and environment, human and labour rights/issues, governance, accountability and transparency, globalisation, as well as ethics, and specific issues related to gender study, such as diversity, poverty, and education.

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Neoliberalism has became a systemic framework and power behind globalization since the 1970s. The emerged globalization is then characterized by pro-market regulations that emphasize deregulation, privatization, abolition of social security, and the withdrawal of government’ssocial role. Globalization is also linked with the relocation of production from the advanced capitalist countries to low-wage countries, which creates new economic zones. Although it is said that globalization has created economics growth, undeniably economic gap has widened, corruptions endure, environmental destruction worsened, and financial crisis continues to threaten the world economy. In East Asia region, a big financial crisis happened on 1997. In Indonesia, the financial crises expanded and affecting various aspects, which later corresponded with the 1998 reformation wave. The latest and big financial crisis in 2008 also further impacting numbers of developed countries.

 
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Vol 23, No 3 (2018): Women and Nationalism

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Women and Nationalism
Anita Dhewy
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iii

Articles

Siti Utami Dewi Ningrum
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129-141
Meike Lusye Karolus
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143-152
Mutiah Amini
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153-160
Lelly Andriasanti
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161-171
Fitria Sari
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173-182
Iqraa Runi Aprilia, Ruth Indiah Rahayu
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183-192