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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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The Urgency of Protection House for Women Victims of Violence Helen Intania Surayda
Salasika Vol 4 No 1 (2021): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (3499.53 KB) | DOI: 10.36625/sj.v4i1.73

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Kekerasan terhadap perempuan saat ini masih banyak terjadi di masyarakat. Memberikan perlindungan dari segala bentuk diskriminasi dan kekerasan merupakan kewajiban negara sebagai wujud pelaksanaan falsafah negara serta kewajiban menjalankan konstitusi dan undang-undang. Sedangkan kekerasan adalah salah satu persoalan bangsa dan negara yang mendesak untuk dibenahi, karena kekerasan bertentangan dengan falsafah bangsa, hukum tertinggi di Indonesia, dan juga berdampak buruk pada kehidupan korban serta kelangsungan kehidupan bangsa ke depan. Perlindungan korban diartikan sebagai suatu perlindungan yang diberikan untuk mencegah seseorang menjadi korban serta perlindungan untuk memperoleh jaminan hukum atas penderitaan berupa pemulihan nama baik maupun pemulihan keseimbangan batin. Berdasarkan permasalahan di atas, maka yang menjadi fokus pada penelitian ini adalah bagaimana rumah perlindungan bagi perempuan korban kekerasan. Untuk menjawab permasalah tersebut dilakukanlah penelitian dengan metode pendekatan yuridis normatif dengan spesifikasi penelitian deskriptif analitis. Jenis data yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah data primer dan data sekunder. Dari penelitian yang dilakukan diperoleh temuan bahwa perempuan korban kekerasan memerlukan rumah perlindungan sebagai upaya pemulihan dan reintegrasi social sesuai dengan tahapan kebutuhan korban. Rumah perlindungan tersebut memiliki pelayanan khusus. Pelayanan khusus yang dimaksud adalah tempat perlindungan dan tempat pemulihan. Pemerintah memiliki kewajiban dalam penyelenggaraan rumah perlindungan bagi perempuan korban kekerasan.
The Inherent Link between Gender and Sexuality: A Queer View to the Portrayal of Women in Herland, Things Fall Apart, Bombay Brides, and The Winner Stands Alone Suparna Roy
Salasika Vol 4 No 1 (2021): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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Stevie Jackson and Jackie Jones regarded in her article- Contemporary Feminist Theory that “The concepts of gender and sexuality as a highly ambiguous term, as a point of reference” (Jackson, 131, ch-10). Gender and Sexuality are two most complexly designed, culturally constructed and ambiguously interrelated terms used within the spectrum of Feminism that considers “sex” as an operative term to theorize its deconstructive cultural perspectives. Helene Cixous notes in Laugh of Medusa that men and women enter the symbolic order in a different way and the subject position open to either sex is different. Cixious’s understanding that the centre of the symbolic order is ‘phallus’ and everybody surrounding it stands in the periphery makes women (without intersectionality) as the victim of this phallocentric society. One needs to stop thinking Gender as inherently linked to one’s sex and that it is natural. To say, nothing is natural. The body is just a word (as Judith Butler said in her book Gender Trouble [1990]) that is strategically used under artificial rules for the convenience of ‘power’ to operate. It has been a “norm” to connect one’s sexuality with their Gender and establish that as “naturally built”. The dichotomy of ‘penis/vagina’ over years has linked itself to make/female understanding of bodies. Therefore my main argument in this paper is to draw few instances from some literary works which over time reflected how the gender- female/women characters are made to couple up with a male/man presenting the inherent, coherent compulsory relation between one’s gender and sexuality obliterating any possibility of ‘queer’ relationships, includes- Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s Herland (1915), Bombay Brides (2018) by Esther David, Paulo Coelho’s Winner Stands Alone (2008) and Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall apart (1958).
The Pattern of Early Childhood Character Education in Villages and Cities: A Study in Tulungagung Regency, East Java Keppi Sukesi; Jedda Ayu Inggrida; Iwan Nurhadi
Salasika Vol 4 No 1 (2021): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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The pattern of early childhood education is paramount to be attentively concerned as the instrument to immerse children's attitude and behavior. The present study was conducted in Tulungagung Regency, East Java. The study was initially started by selecting early childhood schools with village-city and public and religious-based criteria, namely 2 Early Childhood Schools (ECS) in the city area in Tulungagung and 2 in the village area. Using qualitative and quantitative methods by surveying the parents of 30 students, focus group discussions with 20 participants, and in-depth studies in schools, the study has arrived at some interpretative points. First, parenting in villages and cities showed the same pattern and was dominated by authoritative parenting patterns, meaning that the parents give choices to their children. Second, parenting showed different gender values and norms in which the daughter was treated to be more feminine than the son. Third, the different availability of the space area for playing outside the classroom between in the villages and the cities. In the city, girls had limited areas to play. Fourth, teaching materials, leadership, and group work were carried out jointly between girls and boys. The curriculum and school management have not been gender-sensitive and show no difference between village and city. Moreover, the focus of the curriculum is character education.
The Effects of Corona Virus Pandemic on Children Keneth Tumwesigye
Salasika Vol 4 No 1 (2021): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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Abstract Background. With the outbreak of the deadly COVID -19 worldwide, children are at the risk of child abuse due to rising unemployment rates and school closures. The corona virus pandemic has caused a lot of stress especially to parents and guardians who have lost their jobs and such stress has heightened and increased family violence especially abuse against children. Methods A sample of 26 Child welfare professionals (64% female and 36% male ) practicing in Uganda completed a web survey regarding the COVID-19 experiences especially in connection to child welfare service delivery and well being during the COVID-19 pandemic. Results This study identified the impact of corona virus pandemic on the life of children associated with child abuse and their coping measures. The fact that COVID-19 will continue to spread rapidly worldwide has caused immense consequences in regard to children’s safety and well-being. The major consequence of the pandemic is the risk of increased child maltreatment perpetuated by parents who lost their jobs as a result of the pandemic. This study identified parental job loss during the COVID-19 pandemic as the main cause for child maltreatment and physical abuse. Nevertheless, the findings support cognitive reframing as a measure to control physical abuse by parents. The financial hardships caused by COVID-19 pandemic will continue to negatively impact children’s safety and well-being. The consequences of COVID-19 pandemic are evident that the risk of child maltreatment increases as stress accumulates. Conclusion In conclusion, as world leaders and scientists make efforts to tackle the public health and economic threat resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic; further research on the impact of COVID-19 on family existence and functioning will be significant in establishing empirically based policies, interventions and different practices to support victims of child maltreatment and physical abuse.
Reviewing Batik with Natural Coloring based on the Clean Production Theory with an Ecofeminist Perspective (Case Study: Putri Kawung Batik Community in Klaten) Purwanti Asih Levi; Arianti Ina Restiani Hunga; Hotmauli Sidabalok
Salasika Vol 4 No 1 (2021): Salasika (Indonesian Journal of Gender, Women, Child, and Social Inclusion's Stud
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Mass and rapid production of batik using synthetic color and printing techniques engenders environmental problems such as waste production, air pollution, water pollution, unhealthy and hazardous work environment, and a threat to the sustainability of hand-drawn batik. Clean production is one solution to this problem. This paper discusses the practice of batik with natural coloring based on the theory of clean production with an ecofeminist perspective. The method employed in this research is a case study with a one-unit production (cluster) approach of Putri Kawung batik community. The findings show that the practice of clean batik production in Putri Kawung batik community still focuses on the input and process of using natural coloring, material selection, and reuse of wax materials. This shows that the role of women through community gradually practices clean production, even though it has not yet extended to its output processing.

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