Indonesian Women: The Journey Continues
Mayling Oey, Carla Bianpoen
Australian National University, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, 2000 - Social Science - 335 pages
Indonesian Women: The Journey Continues is a book about Indonesian women written (with one exception) by Indonesian women. Through a series of provocative and unflinching essays, it provides a perspective on the concerns and aspirations of Indonesian women in a wide variety of social, cultural, religious, economic, and organizational contexts. It carries their struggle through the repressive years of the Suharto regime and into the recent period of crisis and rapid political adjustment.
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