Normative, Institutional, And Practical Obstacles In Implementing Women Entrepreneur
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 1814-1829
AbstractThis study wants to explain why the implementation of Women’s Quota Entrepreneur policies is hampered.This issue will be discussed through a feminist perspective, using critical discourse analysis (CDA). Through the CDA, researchers are trying to expose the veils of ideology, institution, and interest that hinder the implementation of Women’s Quota Entrepreneur policies related to Entrepreneur in Indonesia. Data to support this analysis were obtained through literature studies and interviews.The analysis was carried out at three levels of analysis. First, at the normative level, the normative level, where two ideas of justice were debated: compensatory justice vs. distributed justice. Second, at the institutional level, where these interests were intertwined in an arrangement pattern, as expressed in the formulation of statutory provisions. Third, at a practical level that revealed the interests of actors in the recruitment of legislative candidates.
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