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Title: POLITICS OF VISIBILITY: AN ANALYSIS OF INDONESIAN YOUNG MUSLIM WOMEN'S GROUPS
Authors: ANNISA RIDZKYNOOR BETA
Keywords: Indonesia, young women, young Muslim women, women's movement, social movement, social media
Issue Date: 16-Jan-2018
Citation: ANNISA RIDZKYNOOR BETA (2018-01-16). POLITICS OF VISIBILITY: AN ANALYSIS OF INDONESIAN YOUNG MUSLIM WOMEN'S GROUPS. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This thesis is about six emerging young Muslim women's groups (YMWGs) in Indonesia: Hijabers Community (Jakarta and Bandung), Tasikmalaya Hijabers, Jogjakarta Muslimahpreneur Community, Peduli Jilbab, Dunia Jilbab, and Ukhti Sally. I argue that today's young Muslim women's subjectivity in Indonesia is formed by ethical practices that are shaped by traces of the 'state ibuism' (Suryakusuma, 2011) of the President Suharto's authoritarian New Order regime (1966-1998), effects of depoliticization of Indonesian women and Islamic organizations during the New Order, and neoliberal ethical regime justified by the contemporary Islamic and state authorities and mediated by the rise of social media. This thesis aims to address the gap of knowledge on Indonesian young Muslim women’s citizenship and political participation, as scholars are often too focused on formal organizations whose vision and mission for sociopolitical transformation are well-defined.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/142801
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