PROCEEDING The 4th International Conference on Sustainable Built Environment “Sustainable Bulding and Environment for Sophisticated Life”

Rudwiarti, Lucia Asdra and NATAYA, ARIADNE KRISTIA (2016) PROCEEDING The 4th International Conference on Sustainable Built Environment “Sustainable Bulding and Environment for Sophisticated Life”. PEOPLE’S SENSE OF BELONGING AND ITS ROLES IN ENHANCING THE HABITABILITY OF PUBLIC EVACUATION SHELTERS . pp. 586-593. ISSN 2541-223X

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Abstract

Since the eruption of Mount Merapi in 2010, the Government of Sleman Regency hasdetermined three zones of disaster prone area in order to enhance the mitigation attempts. Within these zones, there are public evacuation places, either temporary shelters or permanent camps. Cangkringan District as one of these disaster prone zones also has some public buildings that are functioned as sheltering for the evacuees. Not all types of public buildings are appropriate and habitable for accommodating them. This research aims at finding out how habitable the buildings are and the roles of people‟s sense of belonging in increasing the habitability of the buildings. The investigation methods consisting of interviews and questionnaires were conducted to collect the data. The review of the documents and the mapping observation were also carried out to support the data for the crosscheck analysis. The sampling techniques for respondents used the purposive snowball sampling, whereas the sample of shelters employed some kinds of public buildings that were functioned as the evacuation camps such as schools and neighborhood office halls. The initial findings showed that the habitability of public evacuation shelters was dependent on the people‟s sense of belonging of those places and the way people got involved in the daily activities on those places. Thus, enhancing the habitability of places and the adaptability of people onto various alternative place designs will psychologically support their continuation of life in the evacuation camps.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Disaster prone areas; Evacuation shelters; Sense of belonging
Subjects: Arsitektur > Lingkungan Kawasan
Penelitian Dosen > Arsitektur > Lingkungan Kawasan
Divisions: Fakultas Teknik > Program Studi Arsitektur
Depositing User: Editor UAJY
Date Deposited: 19 Oct 2017 09:51
Last Modified: 19 Oct 2017 09:51
URI: http://e-journal.uajy.ac.id/id/eprint/12588

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