Woman as Muted Group (Case Study Of Woman In Sasak Ethnic Group) : Proceeding International Conference on Transformation in Communication (ICOTIC) November 2016

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Women in Sasak ethnic group are minority who keep being muted in many forms, starts from its position in social stratification, patriarchal lineage, traditional architecture house design, masculinity tradition in merariq, and in customary law which female usually doesn’t have inheritance right. This practice is still continuing up until now, in the era when women's emancipation and gender equality supposed to be part of the human rights to every woman wherever she is. Based on these backgrounds, author conducts a research in order to study and understand the muted process of Sasak’s woman and how they fight it. This research use muted group theory as its basic concept. Qualitative approach with case study method through focus group discussion is chosen as the methods, and research object is Sasak’s woman in Mataram region. The results of this study indicate until now Sasak’s women remains a muted group who continue to live in traditional and cultural values. Resistance began to appear in the form of education, where women began to have a desire to study. In addition, the resistance is also can be seen from the bravery that women show in expressing her opinion or though in the household.

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Woman as Muted Group (Case Study Of Woman In Sasak Ethnic Group) : Proceeding International Conference on Transformation in Communication (ICOTIC) November 2016
 
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Universitas Telkom
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2016

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