Gendered citizens in the new Indonesian democracy
|dc.identifier.citation||Sen, Krishna. 2002. Gendered citizens in the new Indonesian democracy. Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs 36 (1): 51-65.|
This article was written prior to Megawati's rise to the presidency. It was primarily a polemical response to the widespread reporting in Indonesian media of the Islamic rejection of the prospect of a woman president. The polemical ground has shifted, but the questions raised are abiding ones: does the establishment of electoral democracy change the gendered relations of power in Indonesia? Will democracy give women a greater political say than they had under Suharto's military dominated authoritarian regime?
|dc.publisher||Association for the Publication of Indonesian and Malaysian Studies Inc.|
|dc.title||Gendered citizens in the new Indonesian democracy|
|dcterms.source.title||Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs|
This is an electronic version of an article published in Sen, Krishna (2002) Gendered citizens in the Indonesian democracy, Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs 36(1):51-56 by the Association for the Publication of Indonesian and Malaysian Studies.
|curtin.department||Media, Society and Culture|
|curtin.faculty||Division of Humanities|
|curtin.faculty||Department of Media and Information|
|curtin.faculty||Faculty of Media, Society and Culture (MSC)|