PRINSIP KESETARAAN GENDER DALAM ISLAM

Ermagusti Ermagusti

Abstract


Islam has given a clear and a distinct concept about the principles of gender equity. Islam does not distinguish a person of gender and social roles both at home or in society. Different roles does not mean that subordinated women over men, but complementary in order to create good cooperation within families and communities.


Keywords : Equity, Gender and Islam

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DOI : 10.15548/jk.v1i2.78


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