MUSLIM WOMENS POLITICS IN ADVANCING THEIR GENDER INTERESTS: A Case-Study of Nasyiatul Aisyiyah in Indonesian New Order Era

SITI SYAMSIYATUN, (2009) MUSLIM WOMENS POLITICS IN ADVANCING THEIR GENDER INTERESTS: A Case-Study of Nasyiatul Aisyiyah in Indonesian New Order Era. /Jurnal/Al-Jamiah/Al-Jamiah Vol. 45 No.1 Tahun 2007/.

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Abstract

This article analyses a strategy of Nasyiatul Aisyiyah, a youth Muslim women organization, in developing its ideology and the importance of gender in the reign of New Order Indonesia (1966-1998). In the name of political stability, the New Order applied a tight political control towards mass-religious based organizations and tried to minimize their militancy by forming new womens movement organizations such as Dharma Wanita and PKK that are easily controlled by the government. As an Islamic women organization, Nasyiatul Aisyiyah underwent the surveillance practiced by the government via those two bodies; however Nasyiatul Aisyiyah could constantly maintain its entity as an Islamic women organization. In the 1980s when the New Order Regime was predominantly in power, Nasyiatul Aisyiyah held negotiations and adapted to the governmental gender policy to assure the position and the interests of young women.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Women Organization, Gender, Interest, Nasyiatul Aisyiyah, Politics, New Order
Subjects: Al Jamiah Jurnal
Divisions: E-Journal
Depositing User / Editor: Users 1 not found.
Date Deposited: 20 Mar 2013 09:33
Last Modified: 24 May 2013 13:55
URI: http://digilib.uin-suka.ac.id/id/eprint/752

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