Gender and Patriarchi Issues in Women's Village Leadership and Women's Village Apparatus Domination in Plantation Community of North Sumatra
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- Women Leaders, Local Patriarchy and Plantation Society
This research seeks to find the phenomenon of increasingly widespread female leaders in government, politics and business / private world. We recognize that there are still views and stereotypes that place women as second-class citizens or place women in the domestic sector whichs are affected by patriarchal values that are still developing in Indonesia. This is due to differences in parenting patterns from birth that cause women lack the skills and courage in leadership. There are interesting things in the phenomenon of women's leadership in Karang Baru Village, Talawi Sub-district, Batubara Regency, where from Head of Village is a woman, also other village apparatus dominated by women. The formulation of the problem in this research will reveal the reasons for being a leader and selecting village apparatus under her leadership who are also women. How does the style of women as leaders make use of the feminine side that becomes a power in the potential of women. Another interesting point is that the oil palm plantation area in North Sumatra added to the sociological complexity of the women's leadership issue, especially in Karang Baru village where most of the villagers work in oil palm plantations. This research uses qualitative paradigm and collects data through in-depth interviews. In-depth interviews were conducted to the female villages head and her female officers.
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TY - CONF AU - Harmona Daulay AU - T.Ilham Saladin PY - 2017/11 DA - 2017/11 TI - Gender and Patriarchi Issues in Women's Village Leadership and Women's Village Apparatus Domination in Plantation Community of North Sumatra BT - Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Social and Political Sciences (ICSPS 2017) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 359 EP - 363 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icsps-17.2018.77 DO - 10.2991/icsps-17.2018.77 ID - Daulay2017/11 ER -