Musical sexualisation and the gendered habitus in Yogyakarta
The budget-tourist kampung of Sosrowijayan in inner-city Yogyakarta is both a traditionalist neighbourhood and a centre of commercial and intercultural exchange. Foreigners contribute to the economic disparities that characterise Sosrowijayan, but their influence on the relative status and autonomy of women there is more difficult to discern. Based on ethnographic research, this article posits an interpretation of gender relations in Sosrowijayan by, firstly, modifying Bourdieu's concept of the...[Show more]
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