Women's Participation in Politics and Development in West Java Province, Indonesia

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Paisal Halim

Abstract

The phenomenon of lower political participation of lower-class women in urban areas, is getting worse when the variouspolicies adopted by the government do not side with the urban women's groups for the lower classes. The research method used in thisresearch is a descriptive qualitative approach. This sampling technique used in studies that prioritize the purpose of research than onthe nature of the population in determining the sample research. Therefore, in this study, no random samples were used, but thesamples purposive samples. Primary data includes data obtained directly from respondents or informants through in-depth interviewswith a final questionnaire of 40 respondents consisting of various professions, while secondary data is data obtained from documentsthat have been authorized or have published. Women's participation in urban village development strongly influenced by differentfactors, ranging from socio-economic, cultural, to lifestyle issues. Groups identified as mothers or socialite women living in luxuryhousing tend to be less concerned with the common interests of people, while women or mothers who live in ordinary or village housealthough they have a high level of concern for development issues run by sub-dist...Continue Reading

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