Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world and has the fourth largest population consisting of diverse cultures and social practices. The diversity and global influences result in complex gender relations and a multiplicity of positions for women. Past studies on gender relations in Indonesia show some debates and disagreements (i.e. Tickamyer and Kusujiarti 2012); understanding women’s roles, positions, and agencies requires comprehensive and in-depth study. The COVID-19 pandemic creates both more challenges to unravel the intricacy of gender relations in Indonesia and opportunities to analyze how the pandemic has affected gender relations in general and women’s health in particular.
|Journal||Journal of International Women's Studies|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2022|