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Post-Tsunami Reconstruction in Indonesia by Marjaana Jauhola

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4 Women Can Do It Too!

Governing post-tsunami gender norms through the radiowaves

 

This chapter introduces the family of Umar, Pocut, their daughter Ida, son Adi, and grandmother Limah: an Acehnese family living in an anonymous tsunami-affected village and the main characters of the Oxfam International (OI) radio drama production Women Can Do It Too!, which was broadcast on local radio stations in the tsunami-hit coastal areas of Aceh in 2006 and 2007.1 The 12 episodes of the radio drama were broadcast once a week over a period of three months by five radio stations,2 aiming to reach as many as 20,000 radio listeners (Oxfam Business Unit 2006: 5) in Banda Aceh, Sigli, Lhokseumawe, Meulaboh and Lamno, all locations that were damaged by the tsunami, ...

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