Indonesian women migrant workers

They come with innocent face Travel from the other sides of the country Desperately leaving their family behind Promising assuredly to succeed in a new place They are undervalued as "slaves" in the host country Some are lucky enough to be considered as maids Working 24 hours in their employers' house Forcibly serving the whole … Continue reading Indonesian women migrant workers

In the beginning: My privillages

My privileges are constructed and re-constructed through my contextual relationships with my university, my mentors, and my students. These privileges are closely associated with the construction of social identity. I position myself with the context as it aligns with "Social identity theory [that] recognizes the membership of individuals in many groups (ingroups and outgroups), of which … Continue reading In the beginning: My privillages