COMMUNITY BASED APPROACH TO ASSESS FLOOD RISK PERCEPTION ALONG CODE RIVER

https://doi.org/10.22146/ijg.2395

Diah Noor Heryanti(1*), Nanette C. Kingma(2)

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Abstract


This p a p e r presents a flood risk perception and coping mechanism along Code
River, Yogyakarta Municipality based on the community approach. A total of 90
households were interviewed. Data were analysed using Statistical Package for the
Social Sciences (SPSS) Program. The result indicated that there are no differences
of flood risk perception among the zones (p >.05). Perception of flood risk is influenced
by several variables: gender, length of stay, RW’s risk level, distance between
respondents’ house and river and impact level of flood. Whereas, all types of community’s
coping mechanism (technological, social, and economical) are influenced by impact level
of flood.


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