Empowering Children, Disempowering Women

Ethics and Social Welfare 6 (3):247-259 (2012)
The development of early childhood care, education, and development programs in Indonesia suggests unexpected linkages between democratization, empowerment, and neoliberal policy regimes. Despite the shift to grassroots organizing and to empowerment as a goal of development, in Indonesia there is tremendous continuity in the use of women's work to provide social welfare at the community level. Ethnographic research illuminates the impact on women's work and their own interpretation of programs to empower children
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DOI 10.1080/17496535.2012.704057
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