The Women's Movement in Postcolonial Indonesia Gender and


The Women's Movement in Postcolonial Indonesia Gender and Nation in a New Democracy Asian Studies Association of Australia Women in Asia This book examines women's activism in the early years of independent Indonesia when new attitudes to gender nationalism citizenship and democratization were forming It uestions the meaning of democratization for women and their relationship to national sovereignty within the new Indonesian state and discusses women's organizations and their activities; women's social and economic roles; and the different cultural regional and ethnic attitudes towards women while showing the failure of political change to fully address women's gender interests and needs The author argues that both the role of nationalism in defining gender identity and the role of gender in defining national identity need eual recognition

  • Hardcover
  • 280 pages
  • The Women's Movement in Postcolonial Indonesia Gender and Nation in a New Democracy Asian Studies Association of Australia Women in Asia
  • Elizabeth Martyn
  • English
  • 04 October 2015
  • 9780415308380

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