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Ahmad Zulfiyan
Published: 29 December 2020
Martabat: Jurnal Perempuan dan Anak , Volume 4; doi:10.21274/martabat.2020.4.2.175-195

Abstract: The social-relational lives of girls and boys often experience various problems of gender injustice, which are manifested in the form of gender stereotyping. This paper aims to analyze aspects of gender stereotyping and their implications for social resilience in children in the context of relations between girls and boys and their environment. The data collection relies on the literature study and interviews with one expert who is an lecturer as well as a child rights activist. This paper explains that gender stereotype has been done since childhood, even before the child is born. The stereotype is perpetuated through various socializations: through families, schools, and the general public environment. Gender stereotype has an impact on children's social resilience, particularly how children react in society. The difference of perceptions in children with society expectations makes them feel confused and uncomfortable with themself.
Keywords: Children / Resilience / society / social / stereotype / girls / boys / Gender Stereotyping

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