Perempuan Sunda Dan Pelacuran di Zaman Kolonial

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Gani Ahmad Jaelani

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This article aims to analyze the relationship between Sundanese women and prostitution practices in the colonial era. The emphasis on Sundanese women is derived from the abundance of news reporting that they resort to prostitution because of the inherent vice, such as laziness and fondness of luxury. This view, mostly through European eyes, puts women, especially Sundanese women, into such a predicament. Therefore, there are three main concerns to discuss in this article. First, it analyses European reports on Sundanese women and their relation with prostitution. Second, it shows the complexity of the practice of prostitution in a colonial country. Last, it discusses that prostitution is enabled by other material conditions such as urban development. It is important to note that the association with immorality on a certain ethnic group has always been rooted from the past. In addition, it reinforces that the assumption that prostitution is merely women’s issue can no longer be held onto.  

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Jaelani, G. A. (2020). Perempuan Sunda Dan Pelacuran di Zaman Kolonial. PURBAWIDYA: Jurnal Penelitian Dan Pengembangan Arkeologi, 9(2), 199–220. https://doi.org/10.24164/pw.v9i2.362
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