FEMALE'S LEADERSHIP ON MARINE BOARD
Rini Setiawati, Hoony Fiva Akira, Erni Pratiwi Perwitasari
Available Online November 2017.
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- Phenomenology; leadership styles; participatory; transformation; stereotypes; feminism theory.
- The phenomenon of feminism becomes an interesting topic to be discussed, especially for jobs that still dominated by men, the object of this study is the female captain, how they can do double role as wife, mother, and leader on a ship and what kind of leadership style whether applied on board in order to achieve maximum performance that compete to the male captain. The research method used is qualitative research method because there is a problem or issue that need to be explored. The approach used in this research is Phenomenology approach. Phenomenology studies describe the general meaning of some individuals to their various life experiences related to concepts or phenomena. The results are the significant difference between the male and female leadership style of marine captain is that the female captain usually uses rational and logic as well as with sense and tolerance, participatory leadership and transformation are more often used andusual barriers are scepticism of competence and skill and unequivocal impacts of gender stereotypes. This can be anticipated by the superiority of feminism theory to embrace subordinates.
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TY - CONF AU - Rini Setiawati AU - Hoony Fiva Akira AU - Erni Pratiwi Perwitasari PY - 2017/11 DA - 2017/11 TI - FEMALE'S LEADERSHIP ON MARINE BOARD BT - Global Research on Sustainable Transport (GROST 2017) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 347 EP - 356 SN - 2352-5401 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/grost-17.2018.30 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/grost-17.2018.30 ID - Setiawati2017/11 ER -