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Stereotip Peran Gender di Jaman Edo dalam Drama Asa ga Kita

Program Studi Pascasarjana Asia Timur, Universitas Indonesia. Jl. Prof. DR. Selo Soemardjan Kampus, Pondok Cina, Kecamatan Beji, Kota Depok, Jawa Barat 16424, Indonesia

Received: 9 Jan 2023; Revised: 9 May 2023; Accepted: 26 Oct 2023; Available online: 18 Oct 2023; Published: 18 Dec 2023.
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The Edo Period (1868-1912) was the era when Japan was under the rule of a class government or military group. The class system is also a feature of the Edo Period, known as the Shi-Nou-Kou-Sho system. The highest class is samurai or the military, while the lowest class is merchant. Those from the merchant class usually marry the merchant class in an arranged marriage system. Merchant class women had arranged marriages since they were children. The research in this study is how society views women who work in the Edo period, through the drama analysis unit Asa ga Kita. The theory used is Linda Brannon's theory of gender stereotypes.
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Keywords: Gender Stereotype, Edo Period, Cultural Studies
Funding: Universitas Indonesia

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