Women's Local Social Movements
This study is a qualitative research with an ethnographic approach, which a plural method include observation, participation, analysis of records, and interviews. The subjects of this study included some Dasun’s women activist and outsiders who were involved in the growth of the local social movements.
Based on the results of field research and theoretical analysis led to some the conclusion, an important finding of this study, show that a women leader is the product of the movements. The ability to produce a leaders, as far as the author know, is the specific notion that can not be found on collective action in other places. Collective action in Dasun can be interpreted as a social movements, with the fulfillment of the element of collectivity, shared goals, a loose organization, leadership, spontaneity, and moving beyond the village’s authority. The implications of the achievement of social movements in family life is shown by the involvement of women in decision-making and financial control lies in the female. In society, women have begun to participate in the socio-cultural, political, economic and environmental fields which can improve inequality of women's life and to develop a social justice.