Woman Leadership, Leadership Style, Working Capability
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Women's leadership became public issues are always discussed, and has provoked polemics and debate between the pros and cons of the female leader of a country, despite the recognition of the basic rights of humanity appear to have increased significantly in many parts of the world. This recognition is also applicable to the rights of women as equal to men. Religious doctrine is often used to justify unfair and even acts of violence against women. Religious doctrine regarded as something raw and cannot be interpreted, so the marginal position of women in religion is considered destiny cannot be changed. In addition to religion, culture also influences the formation of social and political structures of unequal in society, so that women are in a weak position can only survive in a patriarchal culture.
Based on the background of the problem and formulation of the problem, so in this study using observational study with survey approach and aims to analyze the leadership of women in the civil service. Perspective taken to analyze the leadership of women is a societal perspective of politics, religion, and culture.
These three factors, have a major influence in the determination of public construction that reinforce the ideology of gender bias. From the results of statistical tests using the F test showed no influence of leadership style, social, religious, cultural collectively - working together towards achievement of the Regent in Tuban, but only 29.1% Y variables change due to changes in variables X1 to X4. While the remaining 79.9% is caused by other variables not included in the model.
The results show that there is significant influence between leadership style variable (X1) on the performance of the regent of Tuban. As for the variable social factors (X2), culture (X3) religion (X4) did not significantly affect job performance regent of Tuban. Thus external factors such as social, political, cultural and religion are not factors that impede the achievement and employability of the Regent of Tuban.