Memahami Konsep-Konsep Pembangunan Gender: Sebuah Kertas Konsep

  • Mohd Alif Jasni Pusat Pengajian Psikologi Gunaan, Dasar dan Kerja Sosial, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Sintok, 06010, Kedah, Malaysia
  • Wan Munira Wan Jaafar Fakulti Ekologi Manusia, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Jalan Universiti 1 Serdang, 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia.
  • Zumilah Zainalaludin Fakulti Ekologi Manusia, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Jalan Universiti 1 Serdang, 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia.
Keywords: Gender, Pembangunan Gender, Identiti Gender


Pembangunan gender merujuk kepada proses di mana individu memperoleh pemahaman tentang identiti gender mereka sendiri dan norma dan peranan masyarakat yang dikaitkan dengan gender yang berbeza. Ia merupakan suatu bentuk interaksi kompleks di antara faktor biologi, psikologi dan sosiobudaya. "Pembangunan gender" sebagai konsep yang merujuk kepada proses di mana individu memahami, menghayati dan menyatakan identiti gender mereka. Ia merangkumi aspek kognitif, emosi dan sosial tentang cara orang melihat diri mereka dari segi gender mereka dan cara mereka berhubung dengan norma dan peranan gender yang ditetapkan oleh masyarakat mereka. Keperluan dalam merekodkan kesemua konsep-konsep pembangunan gender dalam membolehkan pemahaman yang lebih mendalam. Kepelbagaian konsep pembangunan gender yang wujud memerlukan penulisan sebuah kertas konsep dalam merekodkan kesemua konsep yang wujud secara bersama. Penulisan ini merupakan sebuah kertas konsep yang akan menyenaraikan konsep-konsep pembangunan gender yang wujud menerusi gabungan pelbagai kajian luar dan tempatan. Kertas konsep sebegini dapat menyumbang kepada ilmu pengetahuan terutama dalam menjadi panduan kepada pelajar, para akademik, pembuat polisi, untuk mengetahui tentang konsep-konsep pembangunan gender yang wujud.


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How to Cite
Jasni, M. A., Wan Jaafar, W. M. and Zainalaludin, Z. (2024) “Memahami Konsep-Konsep Pembangunan Gender: Sebuah Kertas Konsep”, Malaysian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (MJSSH), 9(1), p. e002681. doi: 10.47405/mjssh.v9i1.2681.

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