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Ahmad Syarifin, Ahmad
STAI YPI Al Ikhlas Painan
KUASO BETINO RIMBO : Potret Perempuan dalam Keluarga Rimba

Kafa`ah: Journal of Gender Studies Vol 4, No 2 (2014)
Publisher : Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Imam Bonjol Padang

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The relation between masculinity and femininity in the jungle family has a vital position. In inheritance case, a divorce, either life or death, causes several rights that belong to women such as child custody, property split (community or separate property. This nature resource inheritance status covers an ownership, utilization, and distribution for example in agricultural or hunted resource. However, social changes affect female (batino) role in a domestic field. She takes care not only for women responsibilities such as child care, household task, cooking and serving the husband, but also takes care of men’s responsibilities  such  as  providing  water  from  the  river,  collecting wood, farming and other activities that men should do.  Keywords: power, women, and jungle familyCopyright © 2014 by Kafa`ah All right reservedDOI : 10.15548/jk.v4i2.97

Membangun Keberdayaan Perempuan Single Parent di Batu Hampa Kabupaten Pesisir Selatan

Kafa`ah: Journal of Gender Studies Vol 8, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : State Institute for Islamic Studies Imam Bonjol Padang

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This article is to describe and analyze the aspirations and needs of single parent women in the context of empowerment through religious education and entrepreneurship and to analyze patterns of empowering entrepreneurial religious education that are relevant for single parents. This research was conducted by using  Participatory Action Research (PAR). The techniques include: transects, interviews and Focus Group Discussion (FGD). Factors that cause the low management and utilization  in Batu Hampa Village are: economic factors - limited capital, and intermediary factors that facilitate and allow the rooted inability of single parent women and Low Human Resources of single parent women.