ISLAM, GENDER DAN FUNDAMENTALISME-RADIKAL DALAM POLITIK EKONOMI GLOBAL
ISLAM, GENDER AND FUNDAMENTALISM-RADICALS IN A GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
Aan Jaelani ()
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The role of women had marginalized in the political space, economic, and social. Women to be helpless due to religious authority and repressive social structures. Women tend to accept the injustice in his position as part of the community. The integration of feminist theory and the theory of social work theory form a radical feminism that is used as a political analysis of gender inequalities in the global economy. The tendency of women to the option-radical fundamentalist ideology can be caused by poverty and lack of financial factors.
Keywords: feminism; radical fundamentalism; social work theory; global economic policy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: J16 J7 J71 J82 J83 K33 K36 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Date: 2011-11-01, Revised 2015-12-01
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Published in Jurnal Equalita Woman in radicalism.2(2011): pp. 1-19
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