GENDER DALAM KOMUNITAS MASYARAKAT MINANGKABAU; TEORI, PRAKTEK dan RUANG LINGKUP KAJIAN

Siti Fatimah

Abstract


Minangkabau is one of the largest ethnic groups in Indonesia, which has a matrilineal kinship system. In the matrilinal Minangkabau kinship system, women get a different position when compared with women in patrilineal societies. When carefully scrutinized, matrilineal culture actually contains the values of equality and justice, both in the order of philosophy, structure, and implementation should be.

 

Keywords : Gender, Minangkabau community

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DOI : 10.15548/jk.v2i1.37


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