E3S Web Conf.
Volume 202, 2020The 5th International Conference on Energy, Environmental and Information System (ICENIS 2020)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Socio-Culture and Environment|
|Published online||10 November 2020|
Family Formation, Career Development, and Patriarchal Culture Hegemony: Study of Career Rhythms of Female Lecturers in Diponegoro University
1 Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Diponegoro University, Semarang, Indonesia
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This paper aims to explain the relationship between family formation and the career rhythms of female lecturers. The sampling technique is cluster sampling, followed by the stratified random sampling technique. This study selected a sample of Universitas Diponegoro (Undip). The sample size calculation uses the Krejcie and Morgan technique. The number of respondents this study was 156 from 633 female lecturers of Undip. The results showed that 55 percent of women lecturers of Undip have been married for more than 10 years, 62 percent had 2-3 children, 53 percent as lector and associate professor in academic position, and only 1.9 percent as professors. Undip female lecturers transit time at expert assistant and lector is almost 15 percent and all professor when at associate professor are more than 7 years. Thus concluded that family formation was related with career rhythms. The shorter the age of marriage, the more children they have, the lower the age of the first and last child, will be slower of the career rhythm. This shows that Undip female lecturers cannot take advantage of the various opportunities and opportunities available for career development. This is more due to the outpouring of energy, mind and attention to family because children and families are more valuable than work for female lecturers. This is inseparable from the hegemony of patriarchal culture which is fertile and well-established in Indonesia in general and in Undip in particular.
Key words: family formation / family and child / female lecturers / career rhythms / patriarchal culture
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