The Social Sciences

Year: 2019
Volume: 14
Issue: 7
Page No. 288 - 293

Gender and Bureaucracy (The Recruitment of Administrative Officials in the Gender Perspective)

Authors : Ariana , Muhammad Ramli, Rifdan and Yusminah Hala

Abstract: This study aims at analyzing the mechanism of the recruitment of administrative officials from the perspective of gender in the provincial education department of South Sulawesi. The method that was used was a qualitative research with case study approach. The results showed that the mechanism of the recruitment of administrative officials in the provincial education department of South Sulawesi is not run according to the rules of normative or legal basis established by the government. Gender mainstreaming policy echoed by the government has not enough to become a driving force when gender access is portrayed in the context of the recruitment of administrative officials. Men and women employees have equal chances and opportunities to be administrative officials in provincial education department of South Sulawesi. This gender mainstreaming policy should contribute positively to the changing role of women and men employees in the bureaucracy of provincial education department in South Sulawesi.

How to cite this article:

Ariana , Muhammad Ramli, Rifdan and Yusminah Hala, 2019. Gender and Bureaucracy (The Recruitment of Administrative Officials in the Gender Perspective). The Social Sciences, 14: 288-293.

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