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Salasika
ISSN : 27160386     EISSN : 26855143     DOI : -
Core Subject : Humanities, Social,
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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Women's Economic Empowerment in the Informal Sector Grace Jenny Soputan; Ferdinand Kerebungu
Salasika Vol 3 No 1 (2020): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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Women's empowerment program in Indonesia has essentially been started since 1978. In its development, this effort has resulted in improvement in various ways. Some examples of the improvement are the improvement in conditions, degrees, and quality of life of women in various strategic sectors such as education, employment, economy, health, and family planning participation. Improvement in the empowerment process does not necessarily change the pattern of gender relations between men and women. To improve gender equality in the economy, women's economic actors need to be empowered. The purpose of this study is to examine the appropriate empowerment model for women in the informal sector. This is a case study involving observation, interviews, and Focus Group Discussion. The results of the study showed that women in the informal sector are not yet independent even though they have obtained facilitation from the government. The absence of government’s assistance in managing business resulted in the limited empowerment activities carried out by the government. This research offers a model of economic empowerment for women towards independence in economic activities.
The Implementation of Independent Empowerment of Fisherwomen in Tanjung Batu Harapan Village of Muara Muntai District, Kutai Kartanegara Regency, East Kalimantan Suryaningsi; Nur Asikin
Salasika Vol 3 No 1 (2020): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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independence and empowerment of fisherwomen in Tanjung Batuq Harapan Village. The data sources were the Head of Muara Muntai Sub-district, the Head of Tanjung Batuq Harapan Village, fisherwomen, and villagers. The data were analyzed through several stages involving collection, data reduction, data presentation, and conclusions. The results of the study indicated that the independence and empowerment of fisherwomen in Tanjung Batuq Harapan Village were not optimally implemented. This could be seen through the fact that women multitasked themselves as wives who had to take care of their husbands and children as well as the breadwinners of their families. Meanwhile, the husbands' roles were mostly earning money for living with less attention to domestic matters. Nevertheless, the majority of fisherwomen in Tanjung Batuq Harapan were widows who felt marginalized by the infrastructure in their village.
The Social Construction of Female Futsal Players in Surabaya Fahmi Anas
Salasika Vol 3 No 1 (2020): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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Women face many barriers, discrimination, and stereotypes to participate in a worldwide sport. This research aims to figure out the social construction of women's futsal players on futsal by using Peter L. Berger’s theory of social construction. Women stuck in the cultural taboos that prevent them from freely involved in futsal. Society in general often sees women as aliens in futsal. In the patriarchal society of Indonesia, futsal is seen to be suitable for men, but not for women. This research is qualitative research involving a descriptive analysis. Data were collected through interviews and observations. This research was conducted in Surabaya with female futsal players as the informants. The findings indicated several variations of the social construction of female futsal players through a process of objectification, dialectics externalization, and internalization on futsal. Female futsal players disagreed with the identification of sports with men.
The Existence of Traditional Games Among 5-6 Years Old Children (In RT 23, Kelurahan Kota Baru, Kecamatan Alok Timur, Maumere) Maria Ernawati N. Mbasa; Mintje Ratoe Oedjoe; Credo Betty; Beatriks N. Bunga
Salasika Vol 3 No 1 (2020): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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This research aims to identify the traditional games exist, factors influencing the existence of and describe the attendance at the traditional games in Maumere. This research took place in RT 23, Kelurahan Kota Baru, Kecamatan Alok Timur, Maumere. The subjects of this research were 5-6 years old children, their parents and some officials of RT 23. The data was collected through observation, interviews, and documentation during the research. The results indicated that segong (hopscotch), inggo (hide and seek), ban (rolling wheel) and tali merdeka (jump rope) and several seasonal games still existed as children played the games every day. The presence of people who could teach children the traditional games, the no replacement of modern games, the safety aspects of the game from parents’ perspective and the strong family-tied social life contributed to the survival of traditional games. On the other hand, the decreasing availability of land to play contributed to the extinction of traditional games among children in Maumere.
Gender Equality in Natural Disasters and Climate Change Mintje Ratoe Odjoe; Rolland Epafras Fanggidae; Paulina Y. Amtiran
Salasika Vol 3 No 1 (2020): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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Climate change will contribute to increasing the frequency and severity of natural disasters with negative impacts on human life. Although disasters and climate change affect all populations, the impact on each gender, in terms of vulnerability, ability, and resilience, will be different. The impact of disasters and climate change is certainly heavier on women and children because women will struggle more to overcome the effects and have limited access to resource management. This research questions how women are affected by climate change and natural disasters and how climate change impacts trade work. The findings suggested that a new approach is needed for climate change, disaster management, and gender equality. This study examines traditional culinary traders at Oesapa Color Beach, most of whom are women victims of high waves destroying their place for business.

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