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ISSN : 27160386     EISSN : 26855143     DOI : -
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The focus of this journal publication is to spread the conceptual thinking or ideas and results of research that have been achieved in the fields of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion Studies. SALASIKA aims to provide academic literature which is accessible across disciplines, but also to a wider non-academic audience interested and engaged with social justice, studies fields as follows: ecofeminism, human rights, policy/advocacy, gender, sexualities; concepts of equality, social change, migration & social mobilization, inter-religious & international relations, and development mainly scopes the main problems in the development of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion.
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An Early Childhood Sex Education Model: Deconstructing Symbolic Meanings of Sintren Dance based on Gender Perspectives Rangga Asmara; Widya Ratna Kusumaningrum
Salasika Vol 2 No 1 (2019): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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This study aims to: (1) describe symbols of Sintren dance based on gender perspectives and (2) develop an early childhood sex education model by deconstructing the symbolic meanings of Sintren dance texts based on gender perspectives. This research used two research-designs i.e. semiotic analysis and design based research. Semiotics analysis used is the Derrida’s deconstruction model. The analysed data were from the text of Sintren dance performance of Paguyuban Sintren Sekar Arum Glandang Village, Bantarbolang Sub district, Pemalang Regency. The methods used for gathering the data were observation techniques, documentation studies, and in-depth interviews. The method for analysing the data referred to the Derrida’s deconstruction analysis model, including (1) the interpretation of presence-absence and its difference by unboxing the existing interpretation, (2) the interpretation of trace which refers to the sense of the origin of reality, and (3) reproduction or recreation. Meanwhile, the design-based research procedure was adapted from the Reeves’ model, covered: identifying needs and its potencies from deconstruction process, developing a prototype model, validating the model in the form of expert validation, testing the model, and reflection. The model was constructed to emphasize on the kids’ awareness of their conditions, care, and protection from any sexual harassment. The materials were validated and scored “good” to be used, predominantly it concerns about cognitive, affective, and psychomotor aspects.
The Nature of Papuan Women Indigenous Entrepreneurship in Informal Agricultural Sector (A Case of Papuan Women Traders in Manokwari and Surrounding Areas of West Papua- Indonesia) Ludia T. Wambrauw; Sandra Martin; Ramzi Addison
Salasika Vol 2 No 1 (2019): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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West Papua, Indonesia, are engaged in marketing activity in informal agricultural sector. However, the nature of their entrepreneurial activity and the factors that impede and enable these endeavors are not clearly understood. The aim of this research is to gain a better understanding of the entrepreneurial marketing activity of these women along with constraints that impede them to identify opportunities for improving their position. A theoretical framework, based on indigenous entrepreneurship literature and knowledge of Papuan context, was designed to guide the research. A qualitative approach was used to investigate three case studies of groups of women in three different areas – a more remote area, a transmigration site, and an urban area. Within-case and cross-case analysis revealed that those Papuan women’s motivation was driven by their immediate family’s needs and their social and cultural obligations. The analysis also indicated that they were proven to be open to innovation. Further, they were outward looking and had market awareness. There was variation between the groups in their engagement with cash economy and the expression of their market awareness. Their implementation of marketing techniques varied, with urban traders employing a wider range of marketing strategies. Women traders from more remote areas and transmigration site depended heavily on their natural resources, whereas the majority of urban traders were more dependent on marketing resources and financial reserves in order to buy produce from other producers. Hence, more remote area and transmigration site traders were self-funded, while urban traders were partly selffunded. Traders from more remote area relied very heavily upon social capital in conducting their production and marketing activities, whereas traders in the other groups were less reliant on social capital. Traders from more remote area faced greater constraints related to poor road access, high cost transportation, and poor access to physical markets. In addition, all traders had poor access to government support. These insights into the varied nature of indigenous entrepreneurship and the differences in constraints faced by different groups provide policy insights for Papuan government.
The Sustainability of Women's Leadership in Maengket Makamberu Performance Jultje Aneke Rattu
Salasika Vol 2 No 1 (2019): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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Maengket Makamberu is one of many oral traditions that is often performed to introduce Minahasan ethnic identity, so people who know Minahasa usually know it. Althoughsome forms have already changed, Minahasan ethnic peculiarity remains. From observations on several occasions of some groups in Minahasan communities, it appeared that although some elements have changed, several other elements are still being maintained. One of the elements that still sustains its quite dominant existence is women’s leadership in both the overall performance (in literature, music, and dance) and the vocal music. The sustained element becomes the uniqueness of Minahasan ethnic’s performance. This phenomenon attracted the author to do deeper research into the mentalité behind it. Further, the author examined the performance in relation to previous developments. The development was the sustainability of tradition passing down orally from Minahasan people’s ancestors (from several generations earlier) to the next generations. This study focused on verbal, non-verbal, material texts, co-text and contexts. The above phenomenon led to the following research questions: how Maengket Makamberu sustains its existence in the changes of performance’s context and how women’s leadership of Minahasan ethnic sustains its existence in today’s Minahasan groups. To answer the research questions above, the study was conducted with two objectives. The first was to show forms of the performance in accordance with its context by analyzing the forms that were influenced by culture, society, situation, and ideology. The second was to show women’s leadership sustained in Minahasan performance by analysing women’s leadership in text and cotext related to context of performance. This study used ethnography method preceded by the collection of existing data. Empirically, it found an interesting phenomenon, a cultural distinctiveness of society. The concept sustained in the performance is a religious and democratic Walian or woman leader. The performances are different because of the cultural, social, situational, and ideological context. However, generally they have narrative and formal structures surviving until today. They carry Minahasan mentalité that has manifest functions (poetic, emotive, conative, referential) and latent ones (religious, social, knowledge/education, culture, entertainment). They are documentations to awaken and preserve Minahasan religious values as well as to endow and preserve the sustainability of Minahasan women's leadership.
The Magic of Dukun Jani and the Revival of Neo-Saminism in Sedulur Sikep: Political Economy of Grobogan Farmers Against the Cement Industry Dewi Candraningrum
Salasika Vol 2 No 1 (2019): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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Maintaining the karst and biodiversity of the North Kendeng Mountains, which extend across five kabupaten in Central Java (Rembang, Blora, Pati, Kudus, and Grobogan) is not an easy task. A PT Semen Indonesia (PT SI) cement factory has been established on Bokong Rembang Mountain, and PT Semen Grobogan (PT SG) was planned to be opened in Kecamatan Tanggungharjo at the end of 2016. According to the Bupati of Grobogan, Sri Sumarni, as quoted by Tribun Jateng on 2 September 2016, “in addition to pressure from the people, the establishment of a cement factory will absorb a lot of local jobs”. She then went on to say that the authority to approve PT SG is not only in the hands of Grobogan Kabupaten Government but also in the hands of the Central Java Provincial Government. “This means that the Kabupaten Government just goes along with the Provincial Government policies and that of Governor Ganjar Pranowo. With the Central Government planning a cement factory moratorium we will get together with the Regional House of Representatives (DPRD) and prominent local figures to discuss the issue.
Stigmatized Identity in The Myth of Dewi Ontrowulan Mutiara Andalas
Salasika Vol 2 No 1 (2019): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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The dissociation of Dewi Ontrowulan from the pilgrimage site of Mount Kemukus and the participation of women in the sex ritual excite me to explore her myths. Surveying the various myths about Dewi Ontrowulan, this paper seeks to sketch the possibly dominant characterization of her. Besides her absence in providing blessings to pilgrims, her presence at the pilgrimage ritual greatly contributes to the brokenness of women’s bodies there. I apply feminist phenomenology to unveil the hiddenness of crimes against women. Reconstructing a liberating myth of Dewi Ontrowulan necessitates the de-stigmatization of her stigmatized character. A feminist re-reading on her myths hopefully also contributes to the liberation of these women from stigmatization.

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