Song of Marginalized Women Colloquium Muziekwetenschap Universiteit van Amsterdam

Aryandari, Citra (2018) Song of Marginalized Women Colloquium Muziekwetenschap Universiteit van Amsterdam. In: Colloquim Muziekwetenschap, 25 Oktober 2018, Universiteit van Amsterdam.

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This study will discuss the Dangdut Karawang which always brings eroticism of female's body in every show. Eroticism presented through swaying hips is inseparable from the history that surrounds. The changing Karawang district (32 miles of Jakarta, Indonesia) from agriculture to industrial make the culture in this area transformed. This paper entitled The Song of Marginalized Women is a simple description of the social conditions on Karawang district which using dangdut as women's bodies commodification in order to serve the male sexual fantasies. On the other side Dangdut Karawang has actually become a public media to express their sexual desires in the eastern zone of cultural modesty integral to the identity of the territory exalted. The Dangdut singer as victims of the patriarchal system to serve the needs of male sexual or economic commodity in the music industry are created. But on the other hand, these women as subjects who have the power through the appearance and actions. Therefore, dangdut performances have explanation is far more complicated than capitalism and the dominance of gender inequalities for singers. By understanding the performance of Dangdut Karawang, we could see woman singer as the subject, we will also be able to understand much more interesting explanation about the dynamics of social class and gender relations.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Aryandari, Citranidn0025077901
Uncontrolled Keywords: Dangdut Karawang, Song, Marginalized, Women, Gender
Subjects: Karya Dosen
Divisions: Fakultas Seni Pertunjukan > Jurusan Etnomusikologi
Depositing User: Dr Citra Aryandari
Date Deposited: 16 Feb 2023 06:52
Last Modified: 16 Feb 2023 06:54

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