Woman’s Struggle to Get Her Rights in Education in I am Malala Novel

Putri Pramesti, Maria Johana Ari Widayanti,



Abstract

The right to get education is a basic right that everyone should have. Men and women are equal in education. They should have the same opportunities to get a proper education. To investigate about education rights for women deeper, this research was conducted. The topic was woman’s struggle for her rights in education reflected in I Am Malala novel by Malala Yousafzai. The objective of this research was to explain woman struggle for her rights in education depicted in this novel. The method was a qualitative research since it was explained about woman’s rights in education by using Liberal Feminism. The result was the struggle of the main character came from her society, family and tradition. It could be concluded that there were wrong perceptions from society, family and tradition, which made her suffered the inequality between man and woman in education.

 


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Keywords

Woman Struggle, Education, Liberal Feminism

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24167/celt.v19i1.2172

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