Dessy NovianiA, Dessy NovianiA and Wiratno,, Wiratno, (2009) ANALISIS KEPUTUSAN WANITA DEWASA UNTUKBEKERJA (STUDI KASUS KOTA PEKALONGAN PROVINSI JAWA TENGAH). PERPUSATAKAAN FE UNDIP.
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ABSTRACT Before globalization, there was a discrimination between men and women in labour market. Women's role in that market, had been underestimated. After globalization like now, gender equality between men and women had been concerned. The phenomenon that women's labour force participation which was fluctuative and still lower than men, have to got concerned, women's labourforce participation should have had equality with men, because women also could make a contribution to the development. Women's decision to work was influenced by several factors such as marriage status, age, education, women's wage, husband's wage and size offamily . The purpose of this research was to analyze the influencefrom thatfactors to women's decision to work or not work. This research used primary data with quetioner that given to respondents at West Pekalongan district and East Pekalongan district. This research constructed two models with dependent variabel was women's decision to work or not work. The equation in both models were analyzed with Linear Probability Model with Eviews 6.0. For the first model, independent variables were age, education, marriage status (with dummy variables were marriage and unmarriage), women's wage and size offamily. This model ignored the husband's wage as an independent variabel. The result were age significant but negatively influenced. Education was negatively influenced but not significant. Marriage status was negatively influenced and significant. Women's wage and the size of family were positively influenced and significant to women's decision to work or not work Independent variables in the second models were age, education, women's wage, husband's wage and size offamily. There was a limitation in second model that especially the sample only for marriage womens. The result were age significant and positively influenced. Education was negatively influenced and significant. Women's wage and the size offamily were positively influenced and significant. And the last, husband's wage was negatively influenced and significant to women's decision to work or not work. So it could be conclude that the second model was better than thefirst model. Keywords : women's decision to work or not work marriage status, age, education, women's wage, husband's wage, size offamily and linear probability model.
|Subjects:||H Social Sciences > HD Industries. Land use. Labor > HD28 Management. Industrial Management|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Economics and Business > Department of Economics and Development Studies|
|Deposited By:||INVALID USER|
|Deposited On:||26 Jul 2010 08:06|
|Last Modified:||26 Jul 2010 08:06|
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