Gender Relations through New Media in Exploring Women Ideas Professional Mother Community

Primada Cita Febrina, Ismi Dwi Astuti Nurhaeni, Agung Satyawan


This study stems from a concern about the desires and enthusiasm of Indonesian women, especially mothers who are full of dynamics undergoing their daily roles in the household and other public spaces. The Institute of Professional Mothers is here to accompany mothers who take part in the domestic and public sphere, to be able to learn together, grow together, and strengthen each other in the process of educating children and managing their families. Mother's role greatly influences the growth of family civilization. One key that a mother must have in carrying out her role is a "professional" attitude. One definition of the word "professional" is that it requires special intelligence to carry it out.


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