Jurnal Perempuan

Jurnal Perempuan (The Indonesian Feminist Journal) is a triannual interdisciplinary scientific journal in the English language and Bahasa Indonesia focusing on gender studies.  IFJ invites critical reflection on the theory and practice of feminism in Indonesian society's social, political, and economic contexts. We are committed to exploring gender with an intersectional lens. The journal encourages lived experience perspectives, theoretically sound, and address real-world implications of gender inequity in the Indonesian contexts. 

Topics related to feminism can include (but are not limited to): sexuality, trafficking, public policy, sustainability, social development, labor rights/issues, accountability and transparency in governance, poverty, globalization as well as feminist ethics.  


The Indonesian Feminist Journal is the first feminist journal in Indonesia published in 1996 by  YAYASAN JURNAL PEREMPUAN (YJP).

 


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Vol 25, No 4 (2020): Women and COVID-19 Pandemic

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Women and Covid-19 Pandemic
Atnike Nova Sigiro
iii-iv

Articles

Gadis Arivia
221-231
Meylani Yo, Pupu Purwaningsih
233-246
Alimatul Qibtiyah
247-257
Robertus Robet, Retna Hanani, Charine Charine
259-269
Misiyah Misi
271-282
Andi Nur Faizah
283-294
Atnike Nova Sigiro, Abby Gina, Dewi Komalasari
295-308