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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Female Feminism in the Customary Island of Buru

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Belinda Sam, Risman Iye, Mirja Ohoibor, M Chairul Basrun Umanailo, M Rusdi, ABD Rahman, Ibnu Hajar



Female, Feminism, Custom, Village, Buru



The existence of women in the customary structure often has a position as a complement of males so that their existence is limited by the stigma and norms that apply to the society. The existence of women in customs in Buru Island became an idea of how women are placed on the social economic space based on the inteprestation of men as customary rulers. This research is a qualitative study aimed at describing the existence of women in the customs of Buru Island. The research location focuses on three indigenous villages namely Kayeli village, Kubalahin and Wasi with consideration of the existence and the existence of adat that is still preserved. The number of informant that will be interviewed as many as 30 people taken in purposive. The analytical techniques used to follow the concepts given by Miles and Huberman include data reduction, data presentation and withdrawal of conclusions. The results showed that the distinction between men and women occurred through the process of socialization, strengthening and the construction of socio-cultural, even through the power of tradition. Women with all abilities and limitations only placed on complementary positions on customary structures ruled by men even though women are given certain status and awards but remain in male domination.



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