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The Mythology of Queen Kalinyamat and its Correlation against Women's Behavior in North Jepara: A Feminist Study
Department of Indonesian Literature, Faculty of Humanities, Diponegoro University, Semarang - Indonesia
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The mythology of Queen Kalinyamat that developed in Jepara is very popular among its people. In the history of Jepara, Queen Kalinyamat is the heir to the line of guardianship and royal line. However, positive and negative perceptions emerged of this character. A character who should be familiar with the values of spirituality and aspects of morality is also identical to the values of sensuality and ambition. During its development, this figure becomes an image for the supporting community. For this reason, research is needed to reveal the correlation between the mythology of Queen Kalinyamat and the behavior of society, especially women. This research is qualitative research using feminist theory. Data collection techniques through in-depth interviews, observation, and documentation. The research location is in the North Jepara area, especially Keling District, Donorojo District, Kembang District, Bangsri District, and Mlonggo District. This research will answer (1) The pilgrimage tradition of Queen Kalinyamat(2) Jepara women's interpretation of Queen Kalinyamat's Mythology (3) Correlation of Queen Kalinyamat's Mythology with Jepara women's behavior Does the practice of prostitution in these five districts show a correlation with history and culture which are owned.
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