Resilient in a Feminine Face

https://doi.org/10.22146/jkap.7522

Bevaola Kusumasari(1*)

(1) Jurusan Manajemen dan Kebijakan Publik Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Universitas Gadjah Mada
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Isu tentang kerentanan perempuan dalam bencana telah banyak dibahas dalam berbagai literatur mengenai kebencanaan. Sebagian besar literatur menunjukkan bahwa tingkat kerentanan perempuan akan meningkat pada periode sebelum, selama, dan setelah bencana. Memahami bagaimana perempuan menjalani kehidupan pascabencana memberikan kontribusi terhadap kajian kebencanaan yang telah ada. Hasil penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa perempuan memiliki kemampuan yang baik dalam menghadapi bencana dan bertahan hidup, terlebih bagi perempuan yang memiliki warisan keterampilan. Diferensiasi latar belakang sosial ekonomi desa memberikan tampilan yang lebih lengkap baik dalam hal pola budaya yang terlihat maupun masalah yang lebih dalam mengenai cara perempuan untuk bertahan terhadap bencana. Perempuan dalam kajian ini me­ nyadari bahwa bencana telah memicu motivasi perempuan untuk membantu membiayai kehidupan ekonomi keluarga. Bahkan, pendapatan mereka saat ini telah berkontribusi besar bagi keluarga. Pada akhirnya, kemampuan bertahan hidup pascabencana sekaligus juga telah membangun kepercayaan dan harga diri perempuan serta memengaruhi relasi gender.

Keywords


Bencana alam, gender, kerentanan, perempuan

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